Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carmen"

People with the first name "Carmen"

Carmen Agathakis Carmen Aizpuru Carmen Alfonse Carmen Andrew Carmen Apple Carmen Ar Carmen Aringer Carmen Armero Carmen Arruti Carmen Baeza Carmen Bancey Carmen Bastian Carmen Baumeister Carmen Belcher Carmen Bley Carmen Boix-Bernardini Carmen C. Huerta Carmen C. Lim Carmen Caravaca Carmen Chifor Carmen Colom Carmen Crook Carmen Crowe Carmen Curto Rodriguez Carmen D. Suarez Carmen Deep Carmen Dietenberger Carmen Dimcea Carmen Donk Carmen Estrem Carmen Floroiu Carmen Foschetti Carmen Fournier Carmen G. Amador Carmen Galiazzi Carmen Galloway Carmen Gastelum Carmen Gaudet Carmen Geiger Carmen Gorospe Carmen Grey Carmen Hernandez Maxil Carmen Higuera Carmen Hokenholz Carmen Hounwanou Carmen Illi Carmen Irace Carmen Jacka Carmen K. Desjardins Carmen Kama Carmen Kawasaki Carmen Kleppe Carmen Koch-Mensah Carmen Krauß Carmen Kupri Carmen König Carmen Laiza Carmen Lu Carmen Luiza Carmen Lundall Carmen M. Hernandez Alicea Carmen M. Torres Carmen Manzoni Carmen Menchaca Carmen Mittler Carmen Morant Carmen Oca Carmen Ognean Carmen Olivari Carmen Palmier Carmen Pane Carmen Patrascu Carmen Pavel Carmen Peria Carmen Plaza Carmen Probst Carmen Reinstein Carmen Ricalde Carmen Rodriguez Justiniano Carmen Rossmann Carmen Ruiz-Urquia Carmen Shuler Carmen Sowa Carmen Taormina Carmen Tolksdorf Carmen Tornaria Carmen Tosca Carmen Triola Carmen Tur Carmen Valle-Mingorance Carmen Valli Carmen Vinci Carmen Vita Carmen Waetje Carmen Wyrick Carmen Zamorano Carmen Zarandy Carmen de Mayora Carmen di Fiore Carmen von Fromm

Information about "Carmen"

Name-day: 16.7.

For this Carmen there are 41303 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Carmen are: Garcia, Flores, Gutierrez

In the ranking of the most common first names Carmen is on position 109.

During the last seven days Carmen was searched for 71 times.

Meaning of "Carmen"

Female first name (Spanish): Carmen; Hebrew (Geographic name as first name), Caramel = the orchard, the fertile land, carmen The Song (Latin), from Spanish 'Virgen del Carmen' (Virgin Mary of Mount Caramel in Palestine); on Mount Caramel, the Order of Carmelites was founded, with 'l' at the end was to 'n' under the influence of Latin 'carmen' (song)

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