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Named by the indigenous peoples of Sicels; from the Sicilian word katane, meaning "grater, flaying knife, skinning place" or a "crude tool apt to pare." The name was adopted by Greek settlers, survived Hellenization and passed into Roman rule.
- ^ Various authors (1987), Enciclopedia di Catania, Tringale