Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carol"

People with the first name "Carol"

Carol Ackers Carol Alger Carol Bains Carol Balfe Carol Barkley Carol Bauman Carol Baxter-Mason Carol Beacon-Taylor Carol Beal Carol Belton Carol Bill Carol Blakeley Carol Blendell Carol Bly Carol Bohan Carol Bolderson Carol Bowley Carol Bowness Carol Boxall Carol Brockett Carol Bungard Carol Carstairs Carol Cataldo Carol Chaffer Carol Chamberlin-Gayle Carol Chawn-Smith Carol Conley Carol Conner Carol Conroy Carol Cowlishaw Carol Crisp Carol Cuthbert Carol Dade Carol Dodsworth Carol Doncaster Carol Dunwell Carol Ellwood Carol Entwistle Carol Flunder Carol Glancy Carol Haizelden Carol Halligan Carol Hammon Carol Harradine Carol Hatton Carol Hawkes Carol Herrera Carol Holderness Carol Innerarity Carol Intihar Carol Jeffers Carol Jones-Hughes Carol Kilkenny Carol Kirkley Carol Kitchen Carol Leung Carol Lightowler Carol Lilley Carol Lillis Carol Mantovani Carol Marcel Carol McGuinness Carol Mcclintock Carol Mcgaffin Carol Mcgeechan Carol Meade Carol Milton Carol Monk Carol Munn Carol Murden Carol Mutch Carol Ochs Carol Peers Carol Penning Carol Pepper Carol Price-Thomas Carol Putnam Carol Ragg Carol Reddish Carol Reeds Carol Rintoul Carol Roder Carol Rookwood Carol Rudge Carol Rudkin Carol Sachs Carol Sandham Carol Scudamore Carol Sherburne Carol Shirley-Rollison Carol Steed Carol Stoodley Carol Thipthorp Carol Tillotson Carol Toliver Carol Vallely Carol Wenden Carol Wild Carol Wooley Carol da Costa

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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