Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carol"

People with the first name "Carol"

Carol Abernethy Carol Agnew Carol Amies Carol Arthurs Carol Aston Carol Badger Carol Banham Carol Beecher Carol Bore Carol Braid Carol Bruton Carol Cadman Carol Caldicott Carol Caldwell Carol Cale Carol Callaghan Carol Cambeiro-Castro Carol Cazalet-Smith Carol Chastney-Parr Carol Chilvers Carol Clemens Carol Cochlin Carol Collingham-Jenkins Carol Colvin Carol Conneely Carol Cornuau Carol Cornwell Carol Cruickshank Carol Cudby Carol Dewis Carol Dias Carol Duffus Carol Dungu Carol Durno Carol Eades Carol Eastwick Carol Edleston Carol Foulser Carol Gillen Carol Gillingham Carol Gooding Carol Halliday Carol Haygarth Carol Hodder Carol Hoff Carol Holman-Smith Carol Honeyman-Brown Carol Howes-Wright Carol Jakeway Carol Jane Carol Jean Carol Jefferies Carol Joy Carol Krzak Carol Lacey Carol Lake Carol Lansdowne-Gray Carol Leedam Carol Leng Carol Linforth Carol Machin Carol Mardell Carol Maxey Carol McCombe Carol Mclennan Carol Moffatt Carol Norrie Carol Padley Carol Peart Carol Poon Carol Pyle Carol Quirke Carol Ramm Carol Rawnsley Carol Readman Carol Rickerby Carol Riggins Carol Rowntree-Jones Carol Rugg Carol Sadowski Carol Sebastian Carol Shorter Carol Simeone Carol Slate Carol Steenson Carol Stockle Carol Ternent Carol Toombs Carol Townend Carol Wardman Carol Wareham Carol Wightman Carol William-Whalley Carol Woolley Carol Worgan Carol Yang Carol Yarde Carol Yeung Carol al Hasso Carol de Baron-Strong

Information about "Carol"

For this Carol there are 17973 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 15 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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