Cath may refer to:

  • a Catholic
  • Cautha, a sun god in Etruscan mythology
  • Catheter or catheterization
  • the Irish word for a battle
  • the Welsh word for a cat
  • Cath Palug, a feline creature in Welsh mythology
  • CATH, protein structure classification
  • Catherine (disambiguation) or Cathryn, colloquially
  • Cath..., a Death Cab for Cutie song found on Narrow Stairs

Other articles related to "cath":

St. John The Baptist Cathedral (disambiguation) - France
... Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Aire-sur-l'Adour Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Alès Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Bazas Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptist ...
Promenades Cathédrale
... Promenades Cathédrale is a major retail complex on Saint Catherine Street in downtown Montreal, Quebec, Canada ... Originally named Promenades de la Cathédrale, the complex is located beneath Montreal's Anglican Christ Church Cathedral ... It was constructed in conjunction with the Place de la Cathédrale (now called the Tour KPMG) office tower, which it is also underneath ...
Laidcenn Mac Bairchid
... of Uí Cheinnselaig and Uí Dúnlainge, grandson of Catháer Már Bresal Bélach Énnae Cennsalach, grandson of Bresal, eponym of the Uí Cheinnselaig Muiredach Mo Sníthech, son of Daire Barrach eponym of ...
Cathédrale Saint-André
... Cathédrale Saint-André means Cathédrale Saint-André in Avranches Cathédrale Saint-André in Bordeaux ...
List Of Etruscan Mythological Figures - C
... Catha, Cavtha, Cath An Etruscan deity, god and goddess, not well represented in the art ... She appears in the expression ati cath, "Mother Cath" and also maru Cathsc, "the maru of Cath" however, the nature of the maru is not known ... Liver the corresponding region is ruled by Cath ...