Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carol"

People with the first name "Carol"

Carol Abate Carol Angus Carol Anne Carol Bache Carol Barsby Carol Beba Carol Beeby Carol Besler Carol Birch Carol Blackman Carol Boyles Carol Breslin Carol Buchanan Carol Buckland Carol Burstow Carol Butler-Mader Carol Calder Carol Carmichael Carol Carney Carol Carty Carol Cheng Carol Chetty Carol Chiles Carol Christmas Carol Colligan Carol Collins-Miskin Carol Cookson Carol Coxon Carol Cuthbertson Carol Dilger Carol Ditchfield Carol Downie Carol Eadie Carol Eason Carol Edmiston Carol Endericks Carol Facey Carol Farmery Carol Fernandez Carol Fidler Carol Flowers Carol Franzen Carol Galpin Carol Galvin Carol Gent Carol Giblin Carol Gilleard Carol Glenn Carol Glenn-Hachem Carol Gortmans Carol Greaves Carol Grimshaw Carol Haag Carol Hadwin Carol Hajas Carol Holman Carol Huckerby Carol Ireland Carol Ketley Carol Kostiuk Carol Kozakiewicz Carol Lander Carol Lawlor Carol Leary Carol Lindsay Carol Lingard Carol Lochrie Carol Lodder Carol Longstaff Carol Lunney Carol Mackillop Carol Makin Carol Mancini Carol Manley Carol Marriott Carol Mary Carol Matta Carol Mcarthur Carol Mckitty Carol Moncrieff Carol Orchard Carol Pawsey Carol Pert Carol Peters-Smith Carol Pirie Carol Pledger Carol Rettie Carol Rhind Carol Rimmer Carol Rumens Carol Sayce Carol Schultz Carol Spiller Carol Stadler Carol Synnott Carol Weston Carol Wilby Carol Worboys Carol Yeadon Carol De Freitas

Information about "Carol"

For this Carol there are 18001 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Carol are: Adams, Ajoh, Beckham

In the ranking of the most common first names Carol is on position 80.

During the last seven days Carol was searched for 10 times.

Meaning of "Carol"

Female first name (English): Carol, Old High (Word format); Karal = the man, the husband, the variant 'Carol' is probably chosen by parents because of the common English word 'carol' (Christmas song), information on male form of Karl :; old German name, known early in Germany, for example, by Charlemagne (8th-9th century.), but it was not until the 19th Century in Germany popular

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