Carola

Carola meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old High German, English and Germanic
Usage: English, German, Spanish, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: War Horn, Strong, Female Version of Charles or Carl, Man, Husband, Vigorous, Free Man and Army
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Of English, Old High German and Germanic origin, Outlandish and Perpetual Carola bestowed upon girls which is used especially in German, Spanish, Finnish, English, Danish, Swedish and Norwegian, Carola means "Free, Strong, Female Version of Charles or Carl, Man, Husband, Vigorous, Free Man or Army". Carola is form of imperishable and commonly accepted Carol. Carol is variant of CharlesCarolus. Carol is shortened form of Caroline. Carol is equivalent of Caroline in English language. Also Carol is English cognate of Carole. Originated from English, Old High German and Germanic, Uncommon and Enduring Carol, Carol means "Song of Happiness, Vigorous and Song of Joy". Carola is variation of cherished and all time favorite Caroline. Caroline is variant form of long standing and preeminent Coralie. Caroline is derived from Charles. Also Caroline is resultant of Charlotte. Caroline is Danish equivalent of Carolina. Caroline means Little and Diminutive with Royal Connotations is of Old High German and Germanic origin. Carola is derived from Charles. Charles is form of Karl in English language. Also Charles is French and English form of Karl. Meaning of Charles is Husband, Army and Vigorous has origin in Old High German and Germanic. Carola is resulted from Charlotte. Charlotte is variation of imperishable and famed Caroline. Charlotte is effeminate version of Charles or. Charlotte is French cognate of Charlot. Originated from Germanic and Old High German, Odd and Ever lasting Charlotte, Charlotte means "Man, Tiny and Feminine and Little and Womanly". Carola is feminine variant of Carolus. Carolus is a variant of well-known and perennial Charles. Carolus is a derivation of Carl. Carolus is Latin equivalent of Karl. Also Carolus is Latin form of Háriolus. Origin of Uncustomary and Venerable Carolus is in Germanic and German, meaning of Carolus is "Strong and Masculine". It is celebrated on July 17th.

Variants of Carola

Carolus, Cara, Carol, Caroline, Carolina, Carole, Caral, Carelle, Caro, Carleen, Jocarol, Carollou, Coralie, Arline, Carla

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Popularity of Carola

Carola is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1894 and was able to reach the top 2000 names. In 1894, it ranked 1061st when 29 girls were named Carola. There are over 1128 babies that have been given the name Carola in United States. Carola is an uncommon baby name in France where it has been in use since 1910 and achieved its top ranking of 935 in 1910. Carola is a rare baby name in England and Wales and may not be used now. But Carola is a popular baby name in Germany where every 1 in 2000 have the name as well as in, Chile, Bolivia and Argentina. According to our findings, at least 150000 people have been bestowed Carola around the globe.

YearRankBirths
2017157945
2015163685
2014164685
2013119368
2012112299
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Carola in Nordic countries

CountriesMenWomen
First NameSecondary NameFirst NameSecondary Name
Netherlands06644983438
Finland0002394
Sweden06645013683
Norway0663984
Denmark001250

What numbers say about Carola?

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  •  Gotthilde is originated from Old High German, Gotthilde means "Struggle or God"
  •  Anshelmus - The boy name Anshelmus is used predominantly in Danish language. Anshelmus is Latin form of Anshelm
  •  Eluin - The Eluin means "Armed or Sweet" came from German
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Namesakes of Carola

    Carola Dunn, English-born American writer of detective fiction
  • Carola Anding, former East German cross-country skier
  • Carola Ivena Meikle, British algologist
  • Carola Smit,
  • Carola Häggkvist, Swedish singer and occasional songwriter
  • Carola Unterberger-Probst, In addition to video installations and experimental films
  • Carola of Vasa, titular princess of Sweden
  • Carola Standertskjöld, Finnish jazz and pop singer
  • Carola B. Eisenberg, first woman to hold the position of Dean of Students at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Carola Braunbock in Tri orísky pro Popelku as Actress
  • Carola Gijsbers van Wijk in Verstoorde illusie as Actress
  • Carola Parmejano in Beyond the Life as Actress
  • Carola López Carola Malvina López RódrÃguez is an Argentine taekwondo player who participated in the Olympic Games in London 2012, where she obtained an Olympic diploma in the category up to 49 kilos.
  • Carola Aichner is well-known for her acting in TV series Sophie: Schlauer als die Polizei
  • Carola Höhn, from 1941 drama film Beatrice Cenci, who played the Beatrice Cenci.
  • Carola Neher portrayed the leading character of Marthe Ellmer - Schauspielerin in 1930 movie Zärtlichkeit.

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