or Ka·try·na

[ kuh-tree-nuh ]


  1. a female given name, form of Katherine.

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The history of hurricanes like Katrina and Ida says a lot about America’s future.

From Vox

One lesson he drew from his experience in Katrina was to make sure managers had good lines of communication so they could keep track of staffers and make sure they were okay.

Since Katrina, New Orleans repaired and strengthened its levee systems, which stood strong in the face of Ida.

A block away sits a Walmart store that was looted during Katrina.

Katrina, of course, struck the city 16 years ago to the day that Ida hit.

Because the flood of campaign dollars into the state will make Katrina look like a spring shower.

Four years later, when Hurricane Katrina hit, 80 percent of the city went underwater, at an average level of four feet.

Vandegaard and his partner, Mindy Nunez, bought their two-story house after it underwent post-Katrina renovations.

In the interview, Ponomarev reserved some of his harshest words for Katrina vanden Heuvel, the editor and publisher of The Nation.

On February 16, 2005, U.S. Army Specialist Katrina Bell-Johnson was killed in a vehicle accident in Iraq.

Hearing the gate-latch fall, she hurried into the front room to be ready to receive her dearest Katrina.

The little procession now came to a pause, Mrs. Carew having asked her dearest Katrina to look at a portrait upon the wall.

Mrs. Carew, divining the Italian pronunciation of Beatrice, glanced at Katrina to see if she were properly impressed.

Dr. Kirby meanwhile was entertaining Betty and Katrina, now seated together on the out-of-door sofa he had made.

We both know perfectly well what you are to Aunt Katrina; what is the use of pretending otherwise?