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Definition of the noun Catalina

What does Catalina mean as a name of something?

Catalina is the vernacular name of the Anisotremus taeniatus, a species of Anisotremus.

People

  1. Catalina is an American former pornographic actress.
  2. Catalina a.k.a. Kaitlyn Ashley is a former American pornographic actress and a member of the AVN Hall of Fame.
  3. Catalina a.k.a. Catalina Larranaga is an American former actress.
  4. Catalina appeared in the 1980 film The Nest.

There are other people with in their name, like Catalina Yue, Catalina Asta, Catalina Cruz, Catalina Díez, Brian Catalina, Catalina Ausin, Catalina Bârca, Catalina Caneo, Catalina Denis, Catalina Devia and many others.

Phrases with Catalina

Phrases starting with the word Catalina:

  1. Catalina Grass
  2. catalina cherry
  3. Catalina Conger
  4. Catalina Eulima
  5. catalina island
  6. Catalina Scallop
  7. Catalina Tarweed
  8. Catalina Forreria
  9. Catalina Ironwood

Phrases ending with the word Catalina:

  1. Pero Catalina
  2. Santa Catalina
  3. Cyamon Catalina
  4. Nucula Catalina
  5. Serica Catalina
  6. Aseptis Catalina
  7. Liptena Catalina
  8. Syrphus catalina
  9. Chilosia catalina
  10. Eriozona Catalina
  11. Leptotes Catalina

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Catalina

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Google previewOCS (Outer Continental Shelf) Lease Sale No.48, Offshore Southern California (1979)

Environmental Impact Statement

World—famed as a resort, Catalina is the destination of multitudes of boaters and tourists.

Google previewFinal Environmental Statement (1979)

OCL Sale No. 48 : Proposed 1979 Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Lease Sale Offshore Southern California

World-famed as a resort, Catalina is the destination of multitudes of boaters and tourists.

Google previewThe School Journal (1907)

Santa Catalina is a realm of romance. It was discovered by Cabrillo the Spanish navigator in 1547, who called it Victoria. A century later along came Vizcaino and gave it the present name. Both these captains found many natives here with ...

Google previewThe Worcester Magazine (1915)

Devoted to Good Citizenship and Municipal Development

Santa Catalina is an island twenty-five miles out in the Pacific and is reached after a three-hour journey on a small steamer. The island was discovered by Cabrillo, the Spanish navigator, in 1542. As we approached the island the beauties of ...

Google previewRed Dust Rising (2004)

The Story of Ray Fryer of Urapunga by Ray Fryer, Marion Houldsworth

One long section is called Catalina Strait where there was a flying-boat base after the Japs bombed Darwin. The Roper is one of the major river systems of the north and fair sized boats can get the eighty miles up to Roper Bar. But right the ...

Google previewThe Digital Glocalization of Entertainment (2011)

New Paradigms in the 21st Century Global Mediascape by Paolo Sigismondi

Santa Catalina is a rocky island 22 miles off the coast of Los Angeles, yet with its pristine landscape it is a world apart compared to the near megalopolis. Situated in Southern California, the island has been selected over the years as a location ...

Google previewThe Getaway Guide to California (2000)

by Roger Rapoport

But as you walk along Avalon Harbor into downtown, it becomes obvious that Catalina is that rarest of places, a family-style resort where honeymooners, backpackers, deep-sea fishermen, school groups, and sailors can get comfortably lost.

Google previewA William Somerset Maugham Encyclopedia (1997)

by Samuel J. Rogal

CATALINA. A ROMANCE (1948). A novel, *Maugham's last, published initially and serially in Harper's magazine as 'The Windmill," then in a single volume by Doubleday (Garden City, New York) and Heinemann (London). The American ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Historic and Endangered Livestock and Poultry Breeds (2001)

by Janet Vorwald Dohner

The northern five islands are part of Channel Islands National Park, but two of the islands, San Clemente and Santa Catalina, ...

Google previewUltimate Hot Rod Dictionary: A-Bombs to Zoomies

by Jeff Breitenstein

Any Pontiac Catalina model. From 1959 through 1963, the Catalina represented Pontiac's ultimate performance vehicle, and as the smallest, lightest full-size model produced during this period was the natural choice in high-performance and ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Education Law (2008)

by Charles J. Russo

Catalina Foothills School District (1993), the U.S. Supreme Court found that under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), a school board was required to provide the on-site services of a sign language interpreter to ...

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Quotes about Catalina

I have kept a part of Catalina Productions going, through which I develop a few projects just for me. (Gregory Harrison)
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Scrabble value of C3A1T1A1L1I1N1A1

The value of this 8-letter word is 10 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

Anagrams of CATALINA

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