Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Caroline"

People with the first name "Caroline"

Caroline Andersson Caroline Ashwood Caroline Bailey Caroline Barker Caroline Barlow Caroline Barnes Caroline Barnett Caroline Barrett Caroline Barton Caroline Bates Caroline Bowers Caroline Boyd Caroline Brennan Caroline Brook Caroline Brooks Caroline Bull Caroline Bullock Caroline Cage Caroline Cameron Caroline Casey Caroline Charles Caroline Clark Caroline Connolly Caroline Cooke Caroline Crutchley Caroline Cunningham Caroline D Bucknall Caroline Day Caroline Dick Caroline Doyle Caroline Eaton Caroline Edwards Caroline Faiers Caroline Fisher Caroline Fitzpatrick Caroline Flynn Caroline Fowler Caroline Fox Caroline Fraser Caroline Gale Caroline Gibbs Caroline Griffiths Caroline Gurney Caroline Hannon Caroline Hardy Caroline Harrison Caroline Higgs Caroline Holt Caroline Horwood Caroline Ingle Caroline Jeffries Caroline Keane Caroline Kent Caroline King Caroline Lindley Caroline Lindsay Caroline Lloyd Caroline Loeben Caroline Long Caroline Lord Caroline M. Cronin Caroline Mardaus Caroline Margo Caroline Marsh Caroline Maynard Caroline Mcleod Caroline Mccormack Caroline Meyer Caroline Morales Caroline Mullins Caroline Myers Caroline Nicholls Caroline Norman Caroline O'Sullivan Caroline Oakley Caroline Pallister Caroline Pease Caroline Pellmann Caroline Penn Caroline Pickering Caroline Piper Caroline Plonka Caroline Preston Caroline Quinn Caroline Rice Caroline Richardson Caroline Rowe Caroline Saunders Caroline Savage Caroline Sawyer Caroline Sharp Caroline Spencer Caroline Vout Caroline Walsh Caroline West Caroline Wharton Caroline Woo Caroline Woods Caroline Wright Caroline Young

Information about "Caroline"

Name-day: 9.5.

For this Caroline there are 20594 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Caroline are: Bowler, Bygrave, Casey

In the ranking of the most common first names Caroline is on position 63.

During the last seven days Caroline was searched for 2 times.

Meaning of "Caroline"

Female first name (French, English): Caroline, 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 known early in Germany, for example, by Charlemagne (8th-9th century.); old German name, but it was not until the 19th: Form Karl Century in Germany popular

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