Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carmen"

People with the first name "Carmen"

Carmen Aguirre Carmen Alegre Carmen Alejandre-Maggio Carmen Alexandru Carmen Alina Carmen Ansoain Carmen Apostu Carmen Badillo Carmen Balza Carmen Barbuceanu Carmen Barroso Carmen Bawarshi Carmen Beckett Carmen Bravo Carmen Briz Carmen Broom Carmen Brulez Carmen Bruno Carmen Bueno Carmen Callil Carmen Cancino Carmen Carrasco Carmen Charnley Carmen Chew Carmen Chianese Carmen Chin Carmen Coates Carmen Coggan Carmen Craven Carmen Crow Carmen Cuesta Carmen Cummings Carmen Desborough Carmen Diamond Carmen Dias Carmen Economou Carmen Edmondson Carmen Engel Carmen Famiglietti Carmen Feraru Carmen Flynn Carmen Gabriela Carmen Geyer Carmen Gil-Fernandez Carmen Gilmore Carmen Gonzalez Carmen Griffiths-Muro Carmen Gómez Carmen Hafner Carmen Henderson Carmen Heredia Carmen Herman Carmen Higgs Carmen Hillman Carmen Hook Carmen Jarvis Carmen Jaye Carmen Ledbury Carmen Leong Carmen Lindsay Carmen Lobo Carmen Maqueda Carmen Martin-Marero Carmen Martinez-Lopez Carmen Mata Carmen Mckenna Carmen Mcgovern Carmen Morais Carmen Morris-Jones Carmen Navarro Carmen Nedelcu Carmen Nielsen Carmen Nitu Carmen Otto Carmen Padilla Carmen Palacios Carmen Perera Carmen Perez Carmen Plesa Carmen Poser Carmen Poyatos Carmen Rao Carmen Rohsmann-Sinnott Carmen Roman Carmen Sagredo Carmen Slater Carmen Soriano Carmen Spence Carmen Squire Carmen Stapleton Carmen Tyler Carmen Unamunzaga Carmen Valerio Carmen Valladares Carmen Walker Ravena Carmen Whyte Carmen Willcox Carmen Wolter Carmen Zorrilla-Cuende Carmen De Nova-Roldan

Information about "Carmen"

Name-day: 16.7.

For this Carmen there are 5265 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Carmen are: Bauer, Ciulian, Illers

In the ranking of the most common first names Carmen is on position 416.

During the last seven days Carmen was searched for 4 times.

Meaning of "Carmen"

Female first name (Spanish): Carmen; Hebrew (Geographic name as first name), Caramel = the orchard, the fertile land, carmen The Song (Latin), from Spanish 'Virgen del Carmen' (Virgin Mary of Mount Caramel in Palestine); on Mount Caramel, the Order of Carmelites was founded, with 'l' at the end was to 'n' under the influence of Latin 'carmen' (song)

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