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Karen was ranked 926 in 2015 list of US boys name and dropped by 4.16% from its previous ranking of 889 in 2012. Karen was ranked 449 in 2015 list of US girls name and dropped by 0.45% from its previous ranking of 447 in 2014. Anglo-Saxon variant of Carine. Comes from the Latin "carus" means "beloved, dear" If party November 7. Karen like to seduce, which is easy for them becauseKarenare full of charm and femininity. Authoritarian, it is best not to resist them. Smiling, pleasant to live, very intuitive,Karenjudge people a first glance and rarely wrong. Karen are faithful in love as in friendship, but if we betray them, it is futile to expect forgiveness.
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Karen is a rare first name for a girl in England & Wales which is a rare name since 2011 and ranked 1411 in 2014. Only 738 people have Karen as their first name. Karen is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.
Karen is a very very popular first name for a girl in United States which is popular since 1932 and ranked 926 (0.000126% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 987233 people wear Karen as their first name. Karen is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is a rare name since 1881 and ranked 926 (0.000126% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 987233 people have Karen as their first name. Karen is not a native United States and Karen may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.276163% of people in US have this given name.
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Expression number of Karen is 22.
Karen are persistent and possess leadership abilities. Karen dream big and so are their achievements in real world. Karen can transform any idea into reality which make them a master builder equipped with ingenuity and innovation.
Names that rhyme with Karen
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Actor Karen Black, well-known for movie House of 1000 Corpses
Actor Karen Grassle, known for tvMovie Little House: The Last Farewell
Karen Arbeeny directed the video Plato's Run Names like Karen Karen Namesakes Related Names: Kar, Kara, Karaann, Karabella, Karac, Karadeg, Karadyn, Karagan, Karagen, Karah, Karai, Karalea, Karaleah, Karalee, Karaleigh, Karalena, Karalie, Karalin, Karalina, Karaline
Posts having Karen: Comments :Karen is a female first name. It is the Danish and later English, variant of Catherine, Katharina (of Greek the Pure ). Karen is also a female name of Germanic origin, very quickly taken over by the English. is very commonly used in Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian countries. In Japan, he has also become a common name. Karen is an Armenian male name Գարեգին (Garegin) widely given to the xx th century in Armenia and in the Armenian diaspora. The origins of the name probably dates back to the clan Parthian House of Karen (or House of Karen, one of the seven major Parthian clans , the nearest noble the King of Kings).
It is with widespread in Norwegian, German and English. As for the English, it began to be used in that language from the years 1930 - 1940 , and between 1951 and 1968 was among the ten most used names for baby girls in the United States; its spread could have been helped by a character named in the television series of the 1929 Wonder of Women. It should be pointed out that, in English, are examples of use of the name "Karen" dated to the eighteenth century , but in such cases it was derived from the biblical name Kerenhappuch (קֶרֶן הַפּוּך in Hebrew , literally "horn of antimony " , the name of the third daughter of Job in Job 42:14) - Madelene Wetmore Popularity of Karen