Carma meaning and origin
Acclaimed and Ever lasting girl name Carma means "Garden or Song" that originated from Hebrew and Sanskrit is principally used in Hindi, Hebrew and English. Carma is a form of biblical and well-known Karma. Karma is form of perpetual and customary Carmen. Of Sanskrit and Hebrew origin, Customary and Perpetual Karma, Karma means "Destiny, Action and Action or Activity". Carma is abridged form of Carmel. Carmel is form of Carmen in Spanish language. Meaning of Carmel is Bright Red and Fruitful Land is originated from Hebrew and Latin. Carma is short version of Carmen. Of Latin and Hebrew origin, Well-Liked and All time favorite Carmen, Carmen means "Fruitful Land and Son of".
Variants of CarmaNames that rhyme with Carma
Popularity of Carma
Carma is a familiar baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1897 and was able to reach the top 800 names. In 1935, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 779 on girl names chart when 76 babies were named Carma. Over 4081 people have been named Carma in United States. Carma is an uncommon baby name in France and may not be used now. Carma is a rare baby name in England and Wales where it may not be used now. Carma is a common name in Indonesia while somewhat familiar name in India, Brazil, Portugal, Canada and Philippines. At least, 8000 people globally have been given the name as per our findings.
Numerological analysis of Carma
You are known for your lively spirit, eternal patience and lack of belief when it comes to love. You have a strong attitude but in order to be happy, you have to be open to new things. Once you distance yourself from everything you know inspiration will walk into your life again. You have a quick mind. You always analyze something in your mind. Stop trying and focus on yourself only. You are stubborn and self-motivated.
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- Arkasa is used in Sanskrit is a boy name, Arkasa means "Illuminated by the Sun"
Namesakes of Carma
- Carma Hinton, documentary filmmaker and Clarence J. Robinson Professor of Visual Culture and Chinese Studies at George Mason University
- Carman Lee in Knock Off as Actress