Carole name meaning

✍  Updated on: March 12th, 2023
Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Old High German, English and Germanic
Usage: French, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Carole c(a)-ro-le
Meaning: Man, Husband, Strong and Vigorous
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What does Carole mean?

Well-Known unisex name Carole is originated from Old High German, Germanic and English, meaning of Carole is "Man, Husband, Strong or Vigorous" is primarily used in French, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish and Swedish.

Carole is resultant of Charles. Charles is English form of Karl. Also Charles is equivalent of Karl in French and English languages. Renowned Germanic and Old High German Charles, meaning of Charles is "Free Man, Full-grown and Manly".

Carole is derivative of Charlotte. Charlotte is variation of admired and enduring Caroline. Charlotte is feminine variation of Charles or. Charlotte is French form of Charlot. Of Germanic and Old High German origin, Prominent Charlotte, Charlotte means "Army, Glam and Vigorous".

Also Carole is equivalent of Carol in French and English languages. Also Carole is equivalent of Caroline in French and English languages. The name is celebrated on July 17th.

How do I pronounce Carole?

Three syllabled Carole is most commonly pronounced as c(a)-ro-le.

Variants of Carole

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

How popular is the name Carole?

Carole is a very popular in United States where over 110907 new-borns have been given the name since 1901. At the peak of its usage in 1942, it ranked 35th when 8409 parents chose the moniker for their baby girls.

Moreover, the name has been to the top 50 baby names 7 times Also, Carole is a very popular in France where over 105839 new-borns have been given the name since 1938.

At the peak of its usage in 1970, the moniker grabbed the 15th spot and 6223 baby girls were given the name. In addition to that, the name has been in the top 50 baby names 22 times

In Belgium, Carole is a unique name where it had been in use since for 12 from 1995 to 2008 and had secured the place in top 400 names.

In 1995, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 364 on girl names chart when 26 babies were named Carole. Over 151 babies in Belgium have been named Carole. The first name is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales, chances of it being still in use are very slim since it isn't seen since 2006.

In Ireland, it had been in use since 1964 and made it to the top 200 but has appeared since 1995. Over 278 people have been named Carole in Ireland.

But Carole is a popular baby name in England where every 1 in 800 have the name as well as in, Canada, Congo, Central African Republic, Chad, Madagascar, Cameroon, Switzerland, Australia, Egypt and DR Congo.

According to our findings, at least 510000 people have been bestowed Carole around the globe.

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Carole in Nordic countries

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Here's what numbers has to say about Carole

You always have the best ideas and persistence to realize each and one of them at work. You hate copying others. You need time to heal and recover. It's hard for you to connect with new people and let them inside your world but you are not a closed person. You don't believe much in love. However, deep inside, you secretly wish to find someone who will prove you wrong. Remember that life is to have fun and don't worry much.

Other names similar to Carole, for name hunters

  •  Roberta - Roberta's meaning is Glorious Shining, Bright or Glory or Brilliant used for both genders that originated from Old High German and Germanic is mostly used in Swedish, Italian and Norwegian. In 1982, acclaimed Roberta was the 494th most popular name on baby girl names chart in United States
  •  Anita - Frequently Used and Venerable unisex name Anita has its origin in Hebrew which is used mainly in Sanskrit, Sanskrit and Oriya languages, meaning of Anita is "Grace or Without Guile"
  •  Ben - Preeminent and Ever lasting unisex name Ben means "Son of the Right, Benjamin or Born of the Right Hand", mainly used in Faroese, Frisian and English is rooted from Arabic and Hebrew languages
  •  Louis - Meaning of Louis is Famous in Battle, Praise or War is a gender-neutral name has its roots in Old High German and Germanic is used in Greenlandic, Danish and Finnish
  •  Layla - Modish and Commonly Accepted Layla largely is used in English and Norwegian is of Arabic origin, meaning of Layla is "Born at Night or Babies At Night" is given to both boys and girls

Sibling Names for Carole

If you're looking for a name that goes well with Carole, there are plenty of options to choose from. Whether you're searching for a sibling name that shares the same initial or just want names that complement each other, we've compiled a list of 20 names to consider. Here are some great ideas for siblings to go with Carole:

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Famous people named Carole

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  • Carole Rouillard, retired long-distance runner from Canada,
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  • Carole Bouquet, French actress and fashion model
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  • Carole Pankau, former Republican Illinois State Senator

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