Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carol"

People with the first name "Carol"

Carol Adams-Davis Carol Andrea Elizabeth Carol Aslett Carol Ballance Carol Ballantine Carol Banaghan Carol Barksfield Carol Barney Carol Bearman Carol Beavin Carol Beirne Carol Beneke Carol Benny Carol Bicket Carol Bilbie Carol Blackler Carol Blackshaw Carol Bob-Jones Carol Bolland Carol Bonham Carol Booty Carol Bosack Carol Bowden-Black Carol Bracey Carol Brittney Carol Buckmaster Carol Bugler Carol Bustin Carol Cammack Carol Canavan Carol Carlin Carol Carver Carol Channell Carol Clair Carol Clewlow Carol Cope-Knowles Carol Cowlin Carol Crossman Carol Curtis-Stubbs Carol Dor-Chai Carol Dyde Carol E. Kirk Carol Elworthy Carol Fass Carol Fielden Carol Gallet Carol Gillooly Carol Goff Carol Grenville Carol Guzman Carol Hance Carol Harris-Mattock Carol Haydon Carol Hogg-Robinson Carol Hopwood Carol Horsnell Carol J. Bennett Carol Jansen Carol Jerman Carol Julian Carol Kimber Carol Leeke Carol Leggate Carol Lloyd-Jones Carol Loveridge Carol Loydall Carol Macarthur Carol Maile Carol Malleson Carol Mc Hale Carol Mccance Carol Mwansa Carol Nevins Carol O'keefe Carol Ormandy Carol Osment Carol Pilbeam Carol Rashid Carol Renard Carol Renison Carol Rodney Carol Rolfe Carol Scally Carol Soane Carol Spires Carol Springer Carol Stocking Carol Sturdy Carol Tebble Carol Towler Carol Travers Carol Trent Carol Troupe Carol Turton-Harber Carol Venner Carol Vickers Carol Wilson-Head Carol Wink Carol Woody Carol al-Zuhair

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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