Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carrie"

People with the first name "Carrie"

Carrie A. Rutkowski Carrie Aleksenberg Carrie Ashley-Loomis Carrie Bain Carrie Bakeeff Carrie Baranauskas Carrie Barnum Carrie Berard Carrie Binder McLaughlin Carrie Blouin Carrie Boling Carrie Braford Carrie Burg Carrie Carraway Carrie Chmela Carrie Christopherson Carrie Colgan Carrie Colmery Carrie Conyers Carrie Coxe Carrie Crofts Carrie Cromey Carrie Dequaine Carrie Deshaw Carrie Desrochers Carrie Doepker Carrie Dorr Carrie Downes Carrie Drouillard Carrie Durant Carrie Edward Carrie Elbon Carrie Eyman Carrie Fausnaugh Carrie Ferguson Widener Carrie Flora Carrie Frobisher Carrie Gelzleichter Carrie Gerlach Carrie Gibbs Davis Carrie Goldberg Carrie Goolsby Carrie Guga Carrie Hafner Carrie Hagman Carrie Hardig Carrie Harnden Carrie Hille Carrie Hossink Carrie Huchel Carrie Huckaby Carrie Humbert Carrie Hyde Carrie Indenbaum Carrie J. Gallow-Clark Carrie Kaylor Carrie Kitchen Carrie Knaub Carrie Kofstad Carrie Kohs Carrie Kordus Carrie Kroll Carrie L. Zochert Carrie Langstroth Carrie Lesley Carrie Levett Carrie Madge Carrie Magistro Carrie Majorie Carrie Manfrino Carrie Mcadam Carrie Mccaffery Carrie Moden Carrie Morland Carrie Mozisek Carrie Newlands Carrie Nyberg Carrie O'hearn Carrie Odonnell Carrie Ou Carrie Partlow Carrie Pauley Carrie Pig Carrie Privett Carrie Ricketts Holliday Carrie Roe Thrall Carrie Rolley Carrie Ruyle Carrie Samson Carrie Shope Campbell Carrie Silverman Carrie Smithey Carrie Stem Carrie Upjohn Carrie Valek Carrie Valleau Carrie Vitte Carrie Welkis Carrie Westling Carrie Zaglin

Information about "Carrie"

For this Carrie there are 14591 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Carrie are: Diffenderfer, Aronowitz, Bailey

In the ranking of the most common first names Carrie is on position 515.

During the last seven days Carrie was searched for 10 times.

Meaning of "Carrie"

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

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