Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carrie"

People with the first name "Carrie"

Carrie A. Caine Carrie Abeyta Carrie Alves Carrie Augustine-Roff Carrie Beech Carrie Bigner Carrie Bohman Carrie Bonvillian Carrie Browning Carrie Buterbaugh Carrie Cartwright-Owen Carrie Chevalier Carrie Clifton Carrie Condra Carrie Corson Carrie Cowell Carrie Crome-Force Carrie D'angelo Carrie Dorsey-Higdon Carrie Dunbar Carrie E. Livingstone Carrie Enge Carrie Ferris Carrie Franklund Carrie Fredricksen Carrie Freed Carrie Freestone Carrie Fritz Carrie Gaudette Carrie Gaul Carrie Gehring Carrie Goutermont Carrie Groff Carrie Hardcastle Carrie Hargreaves Carrie Haws Carrie Helm Carrie Hennessy Carrie Hewitt Carrie Higginson Carrie Hobart Carrie Hofner Carrie Holden Carrie Hollaway Carrie Hugeback Carrie Hulwick Carrie Hungerman Carrie Iriki Carrie Kato Carrie Kattermann Carrie Kayser Carrie Keys-Statham Carrie Kranich Carrie Kwiatkowski Carrie L. Erickson Carrie L. Trojack Carrie L. Widmer Carrie Lafave Carrie Leaf Carrie Leiner Carrie Linstedt-Russell Carrie Low Carrie Lun Carrie M. Stout Carrie Machado Carrie Macklin Carrie Macnaughton Carrie Margaret Carrie Mccleaf Carrie Mcdougal Carrie Meier Carrie Mellinger Carrie Messina Carrie Michels Carrie Ming Carrie Moloney-Egnatios Carrie Nelly Carrie Neville Carrie Parduhn Carrie Peppers Carrie Pettibone Carrie Pettis Carrie Poier Carrie Popp Carrie Ruddick Carrie S. Magill Carrie Sandberg Carrie Sharapata Carrie Simpers Carrie Streets Carrie Sydow Carrie Tuck Carrie Vaccaro Carrie Washburn Carrie Weekusk Carrie Wildey Carrie Willmott Carrie Winfield Carrie Ziehr Carrie van Loon

Information about "Carrie"

For this Carrie there are 14428 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 489.

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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