Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carrie"

People with the first name "Carrie"

Carrie A. Chalwick-Lis Carrie A. Scoggins Carrie Ainsworth Carrie Beckett Carrie Ben Carrie Bielawski Carrie Bilby Carrie Birchfield Carrie Bonds Carrie Bosela Carrie Brenner Perlman Carrie Brophy Carrie Burns-Buckley Carrie Campen Carrie Chaffee Carrie Christa Carrie Coe Carrie Conners-Campeau Carrie Consiglio Carrie Cotten Carrie D. Wade Carrie Dahlberg Carrie Degreef Carrie Demuth Carrie Draher Carrie E. Worthy Carrie Elise Carrie Endy Carrie Enyart Carrie Farless Carrie Faust Carrie Fenn Carrie Finnegan Carrie Forsberg Carrie Fredine Carrie Gormley Carrie Gowen Carrie Handscomb Carrie Hanley Carrie Hatter Carrie Hazelrig Carrie Heffernen Carrie Hendricks Carrie Hiniker Carrie Hirschman Carrie Hollands Carrie Illman Carrie Kinsey Carrie Koeneman Carrie L. Gustafson Carrie Langlais Carrie Leishman Carrie Lister Carrie Locker Carrie Lotz Carrie Maguire Carrie Manis Carrie Martello Carrie Mary Carrie Mccain Carrie Mccorkindale Carrie Mcnulty Carrie Meador Carrie Metcalfe Carrie Mollette Carrie Moua Carrie Nepkin Carrie Olshan Carrie Parkinson Carrie Plotz Carrie Pocock Carrie Primavera Carrie Prodhan Carrie Pullie Carrie Rarick Carrie Reader Carrie Rotruck Carrie Ruffing Carrie Shatraw Carrie Shepperd Carrie Si Carrie Simonson Carrie Simpson-Dawson Carrie Stolzer Carrie Tammelin Carrie Tesson Carrie Then Carrie Tin Carrie Turpin Carrie Waldrop Carrie Webster-Meek Carrie Welling Carrie Wendell Carrie Wennstrom Carrie Werchick-Nelson Carrie Whoever Carrie Widmer Carrie Wilkison Carrie Woodfin Carrie Zastrow

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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