Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carmen"

People with the first name "Carmen"

Carmen Abolafia Carmen Alavez Carmen Antoine Carmen Arancibia Carmen Arandia Olivares Carmen Arraez de Mallen Carmen Aviña Carmen Bar Carmen Baumgarten Carmen Bejan Carmen Belle Carmen Bernsteiner Carmen Bobadilla Carmen Bohus Carmen Brace Carmen Brink Carmen Cadotte Carmen Cairo Carmen Cami Carmen Capel Carmen Cateriano Carmen Chami Carmen Copaci Carmen Cropp Carmen Crous Carmen D'arminio Carmen Dark Carmen Debrot Carmen Dejesus Carmen Díaz Carmen Egolf Carmen Faundez Carmen Fernando Carmen Ferra Carmen Files Carmen Franch Carmen Gallant Carmen Garcia-Hässle Carmen Gassner Carmen Goines Carmen Golino Carmen Gómez Zafra Carmen Hinderberger Carmen Hu Carmen Hula Carmen Hägele Carmen Inés Carmen Isis Carmen Jacobson Carmen Kelling Carmen Ku Carmen Lillo Carmen Lively Carmen Losito Carmen Luperdi Carmen Maestre Carmen Manero Carmen Manning-Miller Carmen Mansilla Carmen Martin-Mateo Carmen Martinez-Avial Carmen Mateo Carmen Mathieu Carmen Mcgowan Carmen Messner Carmen Mola Carmen N. Escudero Carmen Narine Carmen Nastasa Carmen Neville-Smith Carmen Noda Carmen Nordlund Carmen Peeters Carmen Pereda Vivancos Carmen Perna Carmen Pitteljon Carmen Poma Carmen Popovitch Carmen Purice Carmen Quintano Carmen Quinteros-Abiola Carmen R. Perez Carmen Riesco Carmen Robres-Gonzlez Carmen Rodero Carmen Ruja Carmen S. Henneberger Carmen Schlupkothen Carmen Schlächter Carmen Smallwood Carmen Stelma Carmen Temperley Carmen Ursache Carmen Vilato Carmen Vives Carmen Wilhelm-MacBeth Carmen Zorick Carmen de Chavez Carmen de Marcano Carmen la Verde

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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