Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carol"

People with the first name "Carol"

Carol A. Cooke Carol Alex Carol Alred Carol Andrew Carol Ashworth-Nowak Carol Baker-Longshaw Carol Banfield Carol Barfoot Carol Batton Carol Beagles Carol Beech Carol Bellow Carol Benbrook Carol Bernal Carol Bircham Carol Birdsall Carol Blades Carol Bowman Carol Brickley Carol Brogan Carol Bufton Carol Burford Carol Burland Carol Carr-Miller Carol Carruthers Carol Carse Carol Chaney Carol Copland Carol Copus Carol Cormack Carol Crathorne Carol Crerar Carol Cudmore-Ray Carol Cunniff Carol Dalton Carol Devon Carol Dibble Carol Dombrowski Carol Draper Carol Edgington Carol Enmarch-Williams Carol Fairbrother Carol Ferns Carol Finning Carol Foskett Carol Giddings Carol Gillan Carol Griffin-D'Orgee Carol Halloran Carol Hanmer Carol Hanney Carol Hembury Carol Hider Carol Hinkson Carol Horn Carol Horner Carol Howson Carol Hoyt Carol Isaacs Carol Ivens Carol Jameson Carol Karamat Carol Kelman Carol Kwong Carol Lamm Carol Mcnarry Carol Mcreynolds Carol Myler Carol Nadine Carol Osmer Carol Palmer Carol Pearcey Carol Penn Carol Pilling Carol Pitchford-Owen Carol Pluckrose Carol Quilty Carol Ramsay Carol Raynsford Carol Redfern Carol Riley-Dalmon Carol Riley-Oakes Carol Ryder Carol Schaefer Carol Scobbie Carol Sheader Carol Sherlock Carol Stroud Carol Thatcher Carol Tolley Carol Tong Carol Top Carol Towells Carol Westaway Carol Westerdale Carol Whalley Carol Whinnom Carol Winder Carol Wortley-Bishop Carol Wrench

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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