Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carmen"

People with the first name "Carmen"

Carmen Acar Carmen Alarcon-Bryant Carmen Albendea Carmen Alpin Carmen Alvarez-Mayo Carmen Amezcua Carmen Andrades Carmen Andres Carmen Anghel Carmen Anita Carmen Ashworth Carmen Astolfi Carmen B. Defazio Carmen Barros-Santalo Carmen Beauchamp Carmen Benatar Carmen Bernardis Carmen Bloxham Carmen Boak Carmen Bollmann Carmen Bugan Carmen Calvo Carmen Carro-Gonzalez Carmen Castrillon Carmen Chammas Carmen Charlton Carmen Chavez Carmen Christensen Carmen Conde Carmen Connell Carmen Dutton Carmen East Carmen Estrada Carmen Ferreras Carmen Finch Carmen Fowler Carmen Frutos Carmen Gaina Carmen Gayoso Carmen Geanina Carmen Georgescu-Spiers Carmen Giraldo Carmen Gomes-Jorge Carmen Groves Carmen Hilton Carmen Isais Carmen Jeffery Carmen Juncu Carmen Kakucs Carmen Kiss Carmen Klein Carmen Kutscher Carmen Lazar Carmen Leslie Carmen Llamas Carmen Lopez-Dea Carmen Lugo Carmen Lux Carmen Macovei Carmen Martin-Caballeres Carmen Mendez Carmen Mendoza Carmen Meyer Carmen Muir Carmen Nuzzo Carmen O'connor Carmen Palomino-Marced Carmen Patricia Carmen Pellow Carmen Perez-Romero Carmen Pozo Carmen Quijada-Diez Carmen Quinn-Fryatt Carmen Raine Carmen Reding Carmen Reichmann Carmen Rooksby Carmen Sancho Carmen Sanz Carmen Schofield-Bezer Carmen Seco Carmen Sendra Carmen Sereijo-Gonzalez Carmen Sheldon Carmen Stehle Carmen Stern Carmen Surpin Carmen Thomas-Bechtholdt Carmen Toader Carmen Tomkinson Carmen Trujillo Carmen Vargas Carmen Vincelj Carmen Watt Carmen Webster Carmen Whittaker-Ackroyd Carmen Wicks Carmen Winterburn Carmen Wirth Carmen di Cara

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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