Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carrie"

People with the first name "Carrie"

Carrie Abbett Carrie Aivaliotis Carrie Andrew Carrie Arreola Carrie Bachofer Carrie Baley Carrie Bantin Carrie Barkhurst Carrie Barley Carrie Bates-Harrison Carrie Bebb Carrie Blackford Carrie Bluer Carrie Boren Carrie Brain Carrie Cairns Carrie Carl Carrie Churchman Carrie Cianchetti Carrie Cohill Carrie Cristodero Carrie Edyvean Carrie Elizabeth Burke Carrie Ellingson Carrie England Carrie Enzerra Carrie Eriksson Carrie Fader Carrie Farr Carrie Ferran Carrie Ferrara Carrie Foxworth Carrie Fredericks Carrie Freire Carrie Frost Carrie Gaddy Carrie Halpain Carrie Halperin Carrie Hampson Carrie Handfinger Carrie Hatton Carrie Hawn Carrie Haynes-Poe Carrie Heard Carrie Henkel Carrie Hertzog Carrie Hogarty Carrie Illies Carrie J. Agee Carrie Kissinger Carrie Koedyker Carrie Kreps Carrie Lammert Carrie Lawless Carrie Leerberg Carrie Lembke Carrie Lima Carrie Lough Carrie Louise Carrie Lundy Carrie Macarthur Carrie Mathias Carrie Mc Donald Carrie Mccambridge Carrie Mcgaha Carrie Mellerski Carrie Morin Carrie Nethercott Carrie Nielsen Carrie Novak Carrie O'regan Carrie Olsen-Peterson Carrie Pala Carrie Pallister Carrie Paton Carrie Pennison Carrie Pflugradt Carrie Piazza Carrie Pinkham Carrie Pisarski Carrie Pollack Carrie Porta Carrie Rafferty Carrie Regan Carrie Ress Carrie Ritter Carrie Rogerson Carrie Schiff Carrie Skermont Carrie Snelling Carrie Summitt Carrie Tacinelli Carrie Taliaferro Carrie Trojanowski Carrie Vanderveen Carrie Walter Carrie Werbe Carrie Wilde Carrie Wolsfeld Carrie Zwielich

Information about "Carrie"

For this Carrie there are 14900 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 535.

During the last seven days Carrie was searched for 16 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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