Caroline

Caroline meaning and origin

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Old High German and Germanic
Usage: English, Kannada, French, German, Greenlandic, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: Womanly, Song of Happiness, Diminutive with Royal Connotations and Husband
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Of Old High German and Germanic origin, Customary and All time favorite Caroline is used as a gender insensitive name which is substantially used in French, Greenlandic, Finnish, English, Norwegian, Swedish, German, Danish and Kannada, Caroline means "Womanly, Song of Happiness, Diminutive with Royal Connotations or Husband". Caroline is variant form of immutable and acclaimed Coralie. Coralie is equivalent of Cora in English language. Dominant and Ever lasting Coralie came from English and Old Greek, meaning of Coralie is "Maiden and Girl of the Sea" is primarily used in English and German. Caroline is resulted from Charles. Charles is form of Karl in English language. Also Charles is English and French cognate of Karl. Charles means Full-grown and Strong is rooted from Old High German and Germanic. Caroline is derivative of Charlotte. Charlotte is variant form of long standing and preeminent Caroline. Charlotte is feminine variant of Charles or. Charlotte is French cognate of Charlot. Originated from Germanic and Old High German, Well-Known and Conifer Charlotte, Charlotte means "Feminine of Charles, Tiny and Feminine and Free Man". Caroline is Danish cognate of Carolina. The name is celebrated on July 17th.

Variants of Caroline

Carolus, Arline, Coralie, Arlene, Cora, Carolina, Carla, Carol, Charlotte, Carola, Carleen, Carly, Charlene, Cara, Carolin, Caro, Anacarolina

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Names that rhyme with Caroline

Popularity of Caroline

Caroline was among the very popular names in United States. Since emerging in 1880 around 228807 babies have been given the given name. At its zenith in 2017, it ranked 55th when 5022 parents chose the moniker for their baby girls. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 180 years but still going strong on charts. Additionally, the name has been in the top 100 baby names 39 times Also, Caroline was a popular name in Ireland. Over 13151 babies have been named Caroline since 1964. At its zenith in 1979, the moniker grabbed the 3rd spot and 647 baby girls were given the name. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 56 years. Additionally, the name has been in the top 5 baby names 5 times Also, Caroline was among the very popular names in France. Since emerging in 1900 around 156264 babies have been given the given name. When at its peak in 1978, the moniker grabbed the 10th spot and 6253 baby girls were given the name. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 119 years. Moreover, the given name has been to the top 10 baby names 1 times Also, Caroline was a popular name in Denmark. Over 14476 babies have been named Caroline since 1993. At its zenith in 2008, it ranked 4th when 803 parents chose the moniker for their baby girls. However after 26 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts. Moreover, the first name has been to the top 5 baby names 5 times

Caroline used to be a common name in England and Wales, first appeared in 1996 and over 1929 babies have been given the name in 23 years. At the peak of its usage in 1996,. But after 23 years, the name has lost its appeal a bit and is now ranking low. Also, Caroline was a common name in Switzerland. Over 911 babies have been named Caroline since 1998. At its zenith in 1998,. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 21 years. Also, Caroline was a common name in Sweden. Over 916 babies have been named Caroline since 1998. At its zenith in 1998,. After 5 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts. Also, Caroline used to be a common name in Belgium, first appeared in 1995 and over 2043 babies have been given the name in 24 years. At its zenith in 1995,. However after 24 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts. Also, Caroline used to be a common name in New South Wales, first appeared in 1957 and over 1907 babies have been given the name in 20 years. At its zenith in 1979,. After 20 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts.

Caroline is a unique baby name in Queensland during its short run, it been to the top 100 names. In 1964, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 80 on girl names chart when 46 babies were named Caroline. Over 342 babies in Queensland have been named Caroline. However things change on global perspective, Caroline is extremely popular in Kenya where every 1 in 300 have the name as well as in, England, Nigeria and Brazil. Also the baby name is popular in Uganda, Canada, South Africa, DR Congo, Egypt, Netherlands, Malawi, Germany, Ghana, Tanzania, Cameroon, Australia, Scotland, Zambia, Philippines, Zimbabwe, Sudan, Rwanda, Mozambique, Madagascar, Wales, Northern Ireland, New Zealand, Malaysia, Ethiopia and Indonesia. At least, 1720000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our findings.

YearBoysGirls
RankBirthsRankBirths
2018554136
2017554270
2016564410
2015624322
2014106856584340
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Caroline in Nordic countries

CountriesMenWomen
First NameSecondary NameFirst NameSecondary Name
Netherlands0103114348795
Finland0001667

What numbers say about Caroline?

Focus on your success. You are dominant when it comes to relationships. You can easily get turned off by a person's reckless behavior or bad habits. You always have the best ideas and persistence to realize each and one of them at work. You are hard-working by nature and success drives you. If you notice someone being superficial, you walk away. To have number 3 as your soul urge number reveals the creative side of your personality.

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  •  Ben - Used dominantly in Finnish and Faroese long standing and renowned, Ben is rooted from Hebrew and Arabic and is used for both genders, Ben means "Blessed or Son of the Right". Among baby boy names, eminent Ben ranked 448 in year 1989 in United States
  •  Hadley - The widespread unisex name Hadley means "From Heather's Field or From the Heather Covered Meadow" is came from Old English is prevalently used in English and English
  •  Jocelyn - Used principally in German and English illustrous, Jocelyn has its origin in English and Celtic, Jocelyn means "Cheerful or Joyful" is aimed at both boys and girls
  •  Doris - The perennial and prevailing unisex name Doris is used notably in Greenlandic and English, meaning of Doris is "Gift from God or From Doris" is rooted from English and Old Greek
  •  Sylvia - Noteworthy and All time favorite Sylvias origin is Latin is used as a gender insensitive name and is dominantly used in Faroese and Icelandic, Sylvia means "Forest Woman or Forest"
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Namesakes of Caroline

    Caroline Schelling, noted German intellectual
  • Caroline Chariot-Dayez, Belgian hyperrealistic painter
  • Caroline Jackson, politician in the United Kingdom
  • Caroline A. Hall, was one of the eight founders of the National Grange of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry
  • Caroline Brunet, Canadian sprint kayaker
  • Caroline Tran, Australian radio announcer on the national youth broadcaster Triple J
  • Caroline Caddy, Australian poet
  • Caroline Anne Southey, English poet
  • Caroline Fox, Cornish diarist
  • Caroline St John-Brooks, Dr Caroline St
  • Caroline Baillie, materials scientist and specialist in engineering education
  • Caroline Vernon, was born in Woolwich, London
  • Caroline Azar, director and playwright of both Sephardic Jewish and Ashkenazi Jewish extraction
  • Caroline Gillmer, Australian actress, best known for her roles
  • Caroline Gordon, notable American novelist and literary critic who
  • Caroline Spurgeon, English literary critic
  • Caroline Malone, qub
  • Caroline Dubois, French poet who lives and works in Paris
  • Caroline Eden, daughter of Charles Calvert, 5th Baron Baltimore
  • Caroline F. Ware, professor of history and a New Deal activist
  • Caroline Bauer, with a group of artists, including Johann Gottfried Schadow, Carl Joseph Begas
  • Caroline Carver, was born and brought up
  • Caroline Pileggi, Australian weightlifter
  • Caroline Aiken, singer and guitarist
  • Caroline Kirkland, American writer
  • Caroline Morris, British actress
  • Caroline Peters, German actress
  • Caroline Dale, widely recorded British cellist
  • Caroline Townshend, 1st Baroness Greenwich, British peeress, the daughter and eldest child of John Campbell
  • Caroline Millar, Australian diplomat
  • Caroline von Gomperz-Bettelheim, Hungarian-Austrian court singer and member of the Royal Opera
  • Caroline Adderson, Canadian novelist and short story writer
  • Caroline Fourest, French feminist writer, film director, journalist
  • Caroline Pafford Miller, American writer
  • Caroline Mortimer, British actress
  • Caroline Elkins, professor of history and African and African American Studies at Harvard University
  • Caroline Paul, American writer of fiction and non-fiction
  • Caroline Dexter, English-Australian dress reformer, writer
  • Caroline Crachami, is sometimes cited as being the smallest person
  • Caroline Schaefer, Australian politician
  • Caroline Link, German film director and screenwriter
  • Caroline Dowdeswell, former English television actress
  • Caroline Unger, Austro-Hungarian contralto
  • Caroline Waldegrave, OBE is managing director of Leiths School of Food and Wine
  • Caroline Walker Bynum, University Professor 'emerita' at Columbia University and Professor 'emerita' of Western Medieval History at the Institute for Advanced Study
  • Caroline Kraabel, London-based American composer
  • Caroline Rose Isenberg, actress and Harvard graduate, class of 1984
  • Caroline Kaufer, executive of a software development company and a philanthropist
  • Caroline Herschel, German astronomer
  • Caroline Rhys Davids, British writer and translator
  • Caroline of Brunswick, was Queen consort of the United Kingdom as the wife of King George IV
  • Caroline of Ansbach, was Queen of Great Britain as the wife of King George II

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