Sharla meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Germanic, Hebrew, Old High German and English
Usage: English
Meaning: Little and Womanly, Song of Happiness, Diminutive with Royal Connotations, Husband, Tiny and Feminine, Glam, Man, Free Man, Army, A Fertile Plain, Princess, Place in Israel, Goddess Aphrodite, Inspired By a Biblical Landscape, Singer, Sweet, Fragrance and Honey
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Used primarily in English noteworthy, Sharla typically aimed at baby girls is originated from Hebrew and Germanic. Sharla is variation of frequently used and biblical Sharon. Sharon is variant of durable and popular Sarah. Sharon means Princess and Goddess Aphrodite is originated from Hebrew. Also. Sharla is form of prominent and perpetual Charlotte. Charlotte is variant of durable and popular Caroline. Charlotte is feminine form of Charles or. Charlotte is French cognate of Charlot. Also. Sharla is variation of persistent and cherished Caroline. Caroline is form of customary and all time favorite Coralie. Caroline is derivative of Charles. Also Caroline is derived from Charlotte. Caroline is equivalent of Carolina in Danish language. Also. Sharla is short of Sharlene. Sharlene is variant of persistent and famous Carol. Also Sharlene is a version of outstanding and evergreen Caroline. Sharlene is also form of immutable and renowned Charlotte. Sharlene is spelling variation of Charlene.

Variants of Sharla

Caroline, Charlotte, Sharon, Carolus, Coralie, Carolina, Arline, Carla, Carola, Carleen, Charlot, Arlette, Charlotterose, Sarah, Charon, Sherrie, Shara, Saron, Sheri, Sharonlee

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Popularity of Sharla

In United States, Sharla was once a common name since emerging in 1932 it has been given to over 6390 babies. At its zenith in 1972,. However after 86 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts. Sharla is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales, its highest ever rank is 1571 (1998) in its 11 years run on England and Wales naming chart. Sharla is a common name in Canada while somewhat familiar name in India and Philippines. At least, 10000 people globally have been given the name as per our research.

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What numbers say about Sharla?

Try to be more compassionate and humane. Passion doesn't last much but respect and care do. You can't be offended or insulted by anyone because you know that an insult is an insult if you accept it as your truth. You are dedicated to your career more than you are dedicated to your personal life. You are trustworthy and hate liars who obsess over material things. Allow your logical mind to take a break and follow your heart for once in your life.

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  •  Aldred - Offbeat Aldred came from Old English and German bestowed upon boys, meaning of Aldred is "Old Counsel, Wise Counsellor or Noble or King" is chiefly used in English
  •  Jocatta substantially is used in English is rooted from Old Greek bestowed upon baby girls, meaning of Jocatta is "Cheerful and Shining Moon". Jocatta is derivation of Jocasta.
  •  Plummer - Trendy and Classy boy name Plummer is used primarily in English and originated from Old English, Plummer means "One who Lives near a Plum Tree or The Elements Plummer Meaning One who Works with Lead"
  •  Whitelaw - Used particulary in English old-school and unconventional, Whitelaw means "From the White Hill or Small Hill". Its origin is in English is used as a boy name
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Namesakes of Sharla

    Sharla Cheung, Hong Kong actress and film producer
  • Sharla Brooks in The Night Before as Actress
  • Sharla S. Bridgett in Coach Carter as Producer
  • Sharla Oliver is writer of tvMiniSeries Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Slingshot
  • Sharla Tolentino, from 2001 action film Eksperto: Ako ang Sasagupa!, who played the Laura.

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