Usually care-oh-lynn is the general pronunciation of Carolyn and similar names. Hearing it over and over again made me really like the name. :D. I never really liked this name, until recently. I've always thought that it was Care-oh-line, but it's my name so I might be a little biased. An Italian feminine form of Charles. In English Baby Names the meaning of the name Caroline is: Joy. (2000 U.S. CENSUS) Caroline reached its top rank of #55 in the U.S. in the year 2018. Coming from the south and knowing lots of Carolines, I think the name ages beautifully from toddler to adult. :), I hadn't ever thought of using Callie as a nn for Caroline, but it definitely works & I love it.

The name Caroline means Free/Beautiful Woman and is of Latin origin. I had a close friend at school named Caroline. It's the one I've heard most often, too. I pronounce my name care-oh-line, along with every other Caroline I know. Callie is my favorite nickname for Caroline. Feminine form of Charles, but also a combination of Carol and Line/Lyn meaning "beautiful." It's just such a happy sounding name. In Italian the meaning of the name Caroline is: Strong. Caroline is a perennial classic, in the Top 100 since 1994. That's what comes to mine. Related Names Variants Carlyn , Carolina , Carolyn , Karolyn ( English ) Carolin , Karolina , Karoline ( German ) Carolina , Karolina ( Swedish ) Karolina , Karoline ( Norwegian ) Karolina , Karoline ( Danish ) Carlijn , Carolien , Karlijn ( Dutch ) Copyright © 2020 Oh Baby Names. CAROLINE Names in Other Languages Charlize (Afrikaans), Carolina (Ancient Germanic), Carla (Catalan), Karla, Karolina, Lina (Croatian), Karolína, Kája (Czech), Karoliina, Liina (Finnish), Karola, Karolina, Lili (Hungarian), Carla, Carola, Carolina, Lina (Italian), Karolina, Lina (Lithuanian), Karolina (Macedonian), Karolina, Kaja (Polish), Carla, Carolina (Portuguese), Karolina (Slovene), Carla, Carolina (Spanish)

We cannot find any childrens books with the first name Caroline, Sweet Carolinea song by Neil DiamondOh Carolinea song by Cheap TrickHis Daughter Carolinea song by Chuck BerryGoodbye Carolinea song by Aimee MannCaroline, Noa song by The Beach BoysCaroline Says Part IIa song by Lou ReedCaroline Says Part Ia song by Lou ReedCaroline I See Youa song by James TaylorCaroline (Are You Ready for the Outlaw World)a song by SteppenwolfCarolinea song by Jefferson Starship, Caroline of Brunswick (Queen consort of George IV) Caroline Bonaparte (Napoleon’s sister) Caroline, Princess of Hanover (royalty) Caroline D' Amore (model/actress) Caroline Graham (author) Caroline Kennedy (daughter of JFK) Lady Caroline Lamb (mistress of Lord Byron) Caroline Rhea (actress/comic) Caroline Trentini (model) Caroline Winberg (model) Caroline Harrison (U.S. First Lady) Caroline Aaron (actress) Caroline Corr (Irish musician), We cannot find any children of famous people with the first name Caroline, Born in Germany as Princess of Brunswick, Caroline was betrothed to the eldest son of England’s King George III and heir apparent to the British throne, George, Prince of Wales. People everywhere then and today warmed to the strong family bonds depicted. — Caroline Kennedy. John F. and Jackie Kennedy named their daughter Caroline, as did Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco. Etymology & Historical Origin of the Baby Name.

It makes them feel alive. An Italian feminine form of Charles. Trapped in a loveless marriage, and about to ascend to the throne, George tried his best to discredit his soon-to-be Queen consort. Daintily French, Caroline reminds us of Jacqueline and Josephine. View the Caroline Name Popularity Page to see how the popularity trend for Caroline has changed since 1880, or to compare the popularity of Caroline to other names. I feel the same about Madeline/Madelyn. The most Caroline families were found in the UK in 1891. Alternatively Lolly would be such a sweet nickname, but maybe with Lucille or Olive... Way too popular, but I love this name! I like most, if not all names ending with -line but this would be my favourite. © 2020 Nameberry.com. In contrast, the year before it ranked 55 in baby name popularity for girls with 4,283 occurrences. The early 19th century aristocrat/novelist Lady Caroline Lamb had a well-publicized and passionate affair with the romantic poet Lord Byron – she was an English celebrity of sorts.
Shortly thereafter, the pair separated, and George spitefully restricted Caroline’s access to her daughter. I guess I like it because of Little House on the Prairie. Traveling and new experiences feed their souls. In my experience, Caroline has definitely been more common than Charlotte, but perhaps this is just something to do with where I live or the constantly changing popularities of names. At the time of their engagement, they had not met.

It is a lovely name though. By that time, the name Caroline was firmly rooted in the English aristocracy. Carli, They'll stir up some action if there's not enough around, and as inherent risk-takers they enjoy pushing the envelope. Copyright © 2020 SheKnows Media, LLC, a subsidiary of Penske Business Media, LLC. It's strong and weighty, yet also feminine and graceful.