Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carolyn"

People with the first name "Carolyn"

Carolyn Acain Tan Carolyn Alexander Carolyn Anhalt Carolyn Arzac Carolyn Bailey Carolyn Baker Carolyn Black Carolyn Brady Carolyn Brooks Carolyn Buckner Carolyn Burke Carolyn Castillo Carolyn Chelby Carolyn Choo Carolyn Clifford Carolyn Crain Carolyn Crouch Carolyn Cummings Carolyn Dawson Carolyn Douglas Carolyn Dubus Carolyn Duhamel Carolyn Duncan Carolyn Elliott Carolyn England Carolyn Evans Carolyn Farrell Carolyn Fletcher Carolyn Geschke Carolyn Gibson Carolyn Gilmore Carolyn Goff Carolyn Grassick Carolyn Green Carolyn Hall Carolyn Hart Carolyn Henton Carolyn Hrovat Carolyn James Carolyn Jenkins Carolyn Johnson Carolyn Jones Carolyn Joyce Carolyn King Carolyn Lareau Carolyn Lawson Carolyn Lee Carolyn Long Carolyn Martin Carolyn Mellace Carolyn Mendez Carolyn Meyer Carolyn Miller Carolyn Mitchell Carolyn Moore Carolyn Morris Carolyn Mumphrey Carolyn Novick Carolyn Oliver Carolyn Owens Carolyn Payne Carolyn Peck Carolyn Perkins Carolyn Perry Carolyn Portillo Carolyn Powell Carolyn Reese Carolyn Reynolds Carolyn Roberts Carolyn Robinson Carolyn Romero Carolyn Rowe Carolyn Saour Carolyn Schrader Carolyn Schwartz Carolyn Scott Carolyn Shaw Carolyn Silva Carolyn Smith Carolyn Steele Carolyn Stewart Carolyn Stokes Carolyn Strong Carolyn Sue Carolyn Tastad Carolyn Taylor Carolyn Thomas Carolyn Thurman Carolyn Waldbueser Carolyn Walker Carolyn Walsh Carolyn Walters Carolyn Wendell Carolyn West Carolyn Wheeler Carolyn Whitaker Carolyn Williams Carolyn Williams-Walker Carolyn Wilson Carolyn Zintel
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Information about "Carolyn"

For this Carolyn there are 19606 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Carolyn are: Armstrong, Cover, Dewrance

In the ranking of the most common first names Carolyn is on position 333.

During the last seven days Carolyn was searched for 125 times.

Meaning of "Carolyn"

Female first name (English, German): Carolyn, 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 male known early in Germany, for example, by Charlemagne (8th-9th century.); old German name, but it was not until the 19th: Form Karl Century in Germany popular

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