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Barbara d'Urso, born Maria Carmela d'Urso (Naples, Italy 7 May 1957) is an Italian television actress and singer.
Aledis  7/31/2017
- "¡Ay Carmela!" is a Republican song from the Spanish Civil War.
- Carmela is the titular character in the 1990 Spanish film "¡Ay Carmela!" The character and movie are named after the song.
mymymetrocard  4/15/2016
The name Carmela was given to 87 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/18/2013
Where I live Carmela is strongly used in the older generations of those coming from an Italian background. My own family has two who were born in the 1920s-1930s and I know of one born in the sixties.
Missy  11/18/2012
Carmela Corleone was the wife of Vito Corleone, otherwise known as “The Godfather,” in the movie “The Godfather,” respectively.
Rin_0911  4/8/2012
CAMILLA possibly Brazilian version.
― Anonymous User  10/16/2010
It's a beautiful name. It's also my mother's name. She was named after her grandmother. My mother really stood out at school. She was the only Carmela in an ocean of Lisas and Jennifers.
bananarama  8/8/2008
Carmela Rizzo is the wife of the former mayor of Philadelphia, Frank Rizzo.
ewhitley  2/15/2007
A nickname for this--as well as related names--is "Carmilla", from Sheridan Le Fanu's vampire story by the same name. She was the vampire and had lesbian tendencies, though this was the 19th century and Le Fanu was a man. It's the tale Bram Stoker's "Dracula" was inspired by.
nouvellehelene  7/7/2006
Carmela Soprano - Tony Soprano's wife in "The Sopranos" (played by Edie Falco).
emeraldstar  6/29/2006
As far as I could find, Karmel is not a garden in Hebrew as it is written on your site. The first three letters in Hebrew (C R M), if pronounced differently (that is, using different vowels under the letters) means Vineyard.
L means to
H is often wrtitten to refer to GOD
So Carmela could be a vineyard for/to GOD
It is a common female name especially amongst the Yemenite and Iraqi Jews.
tcm  4/5/2006
Well first off Carmela is not pronounced CAR-ME-LA, it is pronounced Car-mel-la.
Karma13  10/6/2005
Actually, Carmela is pronounced CAR-ME-LA, but Carmella is pronounced CAR-MEL-LA.
ladymeadow02  11/1/2005
Carmela is the feminine of Carmel (Hebrew).
Also, when divided up into 3 - in Hebrew means it means "vineyard for G-D".
tcm  1/19/2005

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