Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carla"

People with the first name "Carla"

Carla Abrahams Carla Antonela Carla Appleby Carla Aprile Carla Araujo Carla Avanceña Carla Avellana Carla Beck Carla Billington Carla Brown Feet Carla Calvo Carla Carey Carla Carino Carla Carrillo Carla Cattani Carla Chamberlin Carla Chan Carla Chandler Carla Colon Carla Costa Carla Craft Carla Cushing Carla Custodio Carla Damian Carla Dewit Carla Duckett Carla Dunareanu Carla Escolano Carla Escuela Carla Fardilha Carla Fowler Carla Frey Carla Gayan Carla Germaine Carla Gibaja Carla Gonçalves Carla Gunn Carla Gunter Carla Haas Carla Hatton Carla Herrero Carla Howe Carla Ivette Carla Jaeger Carla Kamendy Carla Kelly Carla Laes Carla Larroy Carla Leitão Carla Lester Carla Lobatos Carla Macias Carla Mittelmann Carla Murua Carla Napoli Carla Nascimento Carla Noman Carla Nutt Carla Olivia Carla Pappas Carla Pardal Carla Paulus Carla Perini Carla Peris Carla Perry Carla Petersen Carla Phillip Carla Pinato Pozzi Carla Pisanu Carla Portulano Carla Possati Carla Pratico Carla Pratt Carla Pujol Carla Rivas Carla Roozen Carla Rösch Carla Salas Carla Silva-Vasquez Carla Singer Carla Singleton Carla Snyder Carla Soares De Sousa Carla Tarin Carla Teegarden Carla Tiemann Carla Torre Carla Trevisiol Carla Velazquez Carla Viljoen Carla Villarreal Carla Vivero Carla Wang Carla Wilhite Carla Willingham Carla Wyzgala Carla Zegarra Carla Zevallos Carla De Masi Carla De Mauro

Information about "Carla"

For this Carla there are 25994 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Carla are: Alves, Andrezo, Bernardello

In the ranking of the most common first names Carla is on position 247.

During the last seven days Carla was searched for 46 times.

Meaning of "Carla"

Female first name (English, German, Italian, Portuguese): Carla, Old High (Word format); Karal = the man, the husband, the variant 'Carol' is probably chosen by parents because of the common English word 'carol' (Christmas song); information on the male form Karl:; old German name; early known in Germany, for example by Charlemagne (8th-9th century.) but it was not until the 19th Century in Germany popular

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