Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carmina"

People with the first name "Carmina"

Carmina A. Topacio Carmina Abarquez Carmina Acosta Carmina Alba Carmina Amor Carmina Anderson Carmina Anghel Carmina Arroyo Carmina B. Regala Carmina Barrera Carmina Bermejo Carmina Bernardo Carmina Biris Carmina Bond Carmina Brenner Carmina Burana Carmina C. Esguerra Carmina Castillo Carmina Chua Carmina Cristina Carmina Crusafon Carmina Cruz Carmina Custodio Carmina Diaz Carmina Dragan Carmina Dragomir Carmina Duron Carmina Esparza Carmina Esperanza Carmina Espino Carmina Federico Carmina Fernandez Carmina Fernandez Sastre Carmina Ferrante Carmina Gabriela Carmina Gagliardi Carmina Garcia Carmina Garcia Aullol Carmina Gonzalez Carmina González Carmina Guillen Carmina Herbosa Carmina Herrera Carmina Hissa Carmina Ionescu Carmina Jaramillo Carmina Jaro Carmina Joy Carmina Knopp Carmina Lindogan Carmina Look Carmina Lopez-Garcia Carmina M Alvero Carmina M. Guico Carmina M. Vitente Carmina Molina Carmina Monaco Carmina Montano Carmina Montiel Carmina Moreno Carmina Ocampo Carmina Padilla Carmina Padilla-Soberano Carmina Pascual Carmina Pastor Carmina Pena Carmina Perez Carmina Popescu Carmina Portillo Carmina Ray Carmina Riera Simon Carmina Rodrigues Carmina Romero Carmina Roque Carmina Rosa Carmina Rusu Carmina Salazar Carmina Serrano Carmina Stroia Carmina Tapia Carmina Tayag Carmina Tellez Carmina Toloy Carmina Topacio Carmina Torreblanca Carmina Trujillo Carmina Valiente Carmina Vallverdu Carmina Vasquez Carmina Vega Carmina Velez Carmina Villaroel Carmina Vocum Carmina W. Dones Carmina Ward Carmina Zamora Carmina da Silva Carmina de Felice Carmina de Feo Carmina de la Torre
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Information about "Carmina"

For this Carmina there are 949 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Carmina are: dos Reis, Federico, Freitas

In the ranking of the most common first names Carmina is on position 4062.

Meaning of "Carmina"

Female first name (Spanish): Carmina; 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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