Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Carrie"

People with the first name "Carrie"

Carrie A. English-MacAbeo Carrie Andress Carrie Babcock Carrie Banfield Carrie Bateman Carrie Belden Carrie Berrie Carrie Blum Carrie Bonn Carrie Brighton Carrie Britcher Carrie Bushong Carrie Carebear Carrie Cervantes Carrie Cessna Carrie Chaikin Carrie Chiao Carrie Coo Carrie Cornell Carrie Creighton Carrie Damico Carrie De Carrie Deboy Carrie Degree Carrie Delsignore Carrie Dingman-Flaten Carrie Douglass Carrie Drage Carrie Dwyer Paget Carrie Edsitty Carrie Endicott Carrie Faircloth Carrie Faulconer Carrie Findlay Carrie Fossati Carrie Freimark Carrie Fulton Carrie Furlong Carrie Gardiner Carrie Gatten Carrie Grierson Carrie Hazelhurst Carrie Hockman Carrie Hodge Richey Carrie Hurlburt Carrie Kalt Carrie Kaup Carrie Kayser-Cochran Carrie Kessner Carrie Kinkade Carrie Klotz Carrie L. Agnew Carrie L. Flowers Carrie L. Wilbur Carrie Lavhey Carrie M. Bell Carrie Mackin Carrie Marrero Carrie Mckerley Carrie Mengel Mohan Carrie Mijal Carrie Mohammed Carrie Myers Lampkin Carrie N. Pateras Carrie Nadelhoffer Carrie Netcher Carrie Norquoy Carrie Nyvold Carrie Otis Carrie Penberth Carrie Provo Carrie R. Oconnor Carrie Rabuck Carrie Ransom Carrie Rea Carrie Reavis Carrie Reeher-Wolfe Carrie Rhoades Carrie Ridley Carrie Robey Carrie Rodgers-Sloan Carrie Rooper Carrie Scarth Carrie Slonaker Carrie Spackman Carrie Stahl Carrie Stanton Carrie Suckow Carrie Thor Carrie Uldrich Carrie Van Carrie Venditti Carrie Visek Carrie Waeldin Carrie Walczynski Carrie Wedman Carrie Whiten Carrie Witham Carrie Zvijac Carrie Zwayer

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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