Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carmen"

People with the first name "Carmen"

Carmen Abele Carmen Agut-Claramonte Carmen Almazan Carmen Angelescu Carmen Annaloro Carmen Anstey Carmen Arnone Carmen Azad Carmen Bainbridge Carmen Ballard Carmen Barros Jimenez Carmen Baudi Carmen Berna Carmen Bezzina Carmen Bizet Carmen Bland Carmen Broughton Carmen Capaldi Carmen Caro Carmen Carpenter-Simpson Carmen Carreira-Villar Carmen Carrillo Carmen Casingena Carmen Cassar Carmen Cespedes Carmen Clegg Carmen Coggin Carmen Colon Carmen Corcoran Carmen Cousillas-Varela Carmen Crewe Carmen Criado Carmen Dee Carmen Dolan Carmen Duarte Carmen Eastman Carmen Esteban Carmen Eugene Carmen Evers Carmen Fernandez-Martorell Carmen Ferreres Carmen Forte Carmen Gonzalez-Eslava Carmen Grace Carmen Grindrod Carmen Guerra Carmen Hesse Carmen Hollier-Danahar Carmen Hunter-Rice Carmen Ibarra Carmen Jack Carmen Krause Carmen L. Cabrera Carmen Ling Carmen Louise Carmen Lourdes Carmen Luengo Carmen Maria-Perez Carmen Marx Carmen Mastin Carmen Mirza Carmen Misch Carmen Mogos Carmen Moir Carmen Moll Carmen Naranjo Carmen Oliveira Carmen Orgee Carmen Perez-Cacho Carmen Pestana Carmen Pietro Carmen Pipe Carmen Pizarro Carmen Platt Carmen Polo Carmen Poveda Carmen Preece Carmen Quijano Carmen Remy Carmen Rodríguez Carmen Rois Carmen Rose-Locke Carmen Rueda Carmen Santamaria Carmen Santiana-Martin Carmen Segovia Carmen Soria Carmen Star Carmen Street Carmen Tabara Carmen Tan Carmen Tedesco Carmen Unger Carmen Vella Carmen Wolfe Carmen Zamanillo Carmen Zara Carmen Zhang Carmen de Polnay Carmen del-Castillo

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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