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Meaning of Charles: Man, Manly, Strong, Free Man, Full-grown, A Man, English, french form of Karl (meaning: free man, Army). In Britain and France widespread. Namesakes: Prince Charles, British heir to the throne.
Charles was ranked 50 in 2015 US male names list and elevated by 1.96% from its previous ranking of 51 in 2014. Charles was ranked 960 in 2015 list of US girls name and dropped by 1.80% from its previous ranking of 943 in 2014. Comes from the Germanic "karl" Means: "strong, vigorous" If party 2 March or November 4th.. Calm, posed,Charlesgive off a sense of power and serenity. Volunteer workers,Charlesare struggling to achieve the goalsCharleshave set. Endowed with great composure, imperturbable,Charlesexpress some feelings. Even ifCharlesare serious,Charlescan appreciate the pleasures of life and fun. In love, their seductive power makes them take risks.
Full form of Charles : Cautious Hard working Active Realistic Light-Hearted Eccentric Self-Critical
Charles is a very very popular first name for a boy in England & Wales which is popular since 1996 and ranked 63 in 2014. Around 26142 people wear Charles as their first name. Charles is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.
Charles is a very very popular first name for a boy in United States which is popular since 1880 and ranked 50 (0.179834% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 2383998 people wear Charles as their first name. Charles is a rare first name for a girl in United States which is a rare name since 1880 and ranked 50 (0.179834% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 2383998 people have Charles as their first name. Charles is not a native United States and Charles may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.666886% of people in US have this given name.
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Expression number of Charles is 3.
Charles are lively, imaginative, enthusiastic and optimistic. Charles are expressive and inspire others wherever they go. Charles possess great verbal skills which make them good comedian, artist or writer.
Names that rhyme with Charles
Arles, Carles, Charles, Cherles, Chirles, Chrles, Darles, Dorles, Harles, Jean-Charles, Johncharles, Lacharles, Lecharles, Marles, Robertcharles, SircharlesFamous people named Charles
Juliet Charlesworth in Hollyoaks as Producer
Heather Charles in levar as Actress
Victoire Charles in Gayby as Actress
Suzette Charles in The Young and the Restless as Actress
Tina Charles in Episode #2.3 as
Staci-Lyn Charles in Sins of the Father as Actress
Sarah Charlesworth in Rumor Has It as Actress
Bella Charleston in Ticket Out as Actress
Sara-Jane Charles in Wild Target as Camera and Electrical Department
Maria Charles in Hot Fuzz as Actress Names like Charles Charles Namesakes Related Names: Danish: Charlotte,
Irish: Cathal, Cormac, Cearbhall (Hacking With A Weapon),
African: Charlize (Farmer, Modern Form of Charles, Manly),
English: Chip (Chipping Sparrow, Man, Strong Man, A Freeman), Carlton, Arlo, Chad, Charlesen, Charlesun, Charlesyn,
German: Carlo (Bent Nose, Crooked Stream, Crooked Nose, Clan, Man), Charlene, Carla (Fem Form of Carl, Man), Caroline,
Other: Charlesa, Charlesanthony, Charlese, Charlesedward, Charlesetta (Farmer, Modern Form of Charles, Manly), Charlesha (Farmer, Modern Form of Charles, Manly), Charles-Henri , Charles-Henry , Charlesia (Farmer, Modern Form of Charles, Manly), Charlesjoseph, Charleson (Son of Charles, A Man, Variant of Carl), Charlesten (Charity, Grace, Kindness, Brotherly Love), Charlestine (From the Latin Cecilia, Blind, Sixth), Charleston (From Charles's Farm, A Man, Variant of Carl), Charleszetta
Posts having Charles: Comments :This is the French form of the Latin Carolus outcome itself derived from the Germanic name Karl, meaning "man" or "male" (Old High German karal "man, husband" but also "the worker, the man free "). The final -s is the mark of the old cases masculine singular subject (Latin declension in -us) that are found in the graphic trace in some male names (Gilles, George, James, Jacques ...) or common names.
It is a name borne by a very large number of historical and especially common characters in European royal families (Juan Carlos I, King of Spain, Carl XVI Gustaf, King of Sweden, Carl Philip of Sweden, Duke of Värmland, or Charles of the United Kingdom, Prince of Wales): 16 kings of Sweden, 10 kings of France, 9 Dukes of Savoy (with compound names), 7 emperors of the Holy Roman Empire and 5 Dukes of Lorraine and Bar, 4 kings of Spain and kings of Hungary, 3 Dukes of Parma, etc.
Charles among the best known: the Polish Cardinal Karol Wojtyla, better known under the name of the Pontifical John Paul II, General Charles de Gaulle or the politician Charles Maurras, the Emperor Charlemagne or Charles I, French poet Charles Baudelaire, the British mathematician Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, better known under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll, the British writer Charles Dickens, French singer Charles Aznavour, the French writer Charles Perrault, etc.
In early 2010, over 112 000 people were prenamed Charles in France. This is the 45th most awarded name in the last century in this country, and the year he was awarded the most is 1920, with a number of 5274 births
Several saints are named after Charles: It is mainly celebrated on November 4
Sweden has several kings named Charles: the reigns of the first six offer no certain historical fact, and their existence is not authenticated.
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