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In Sweden this has almost become a "one-person-name" due to schlager queen Carola Häggqvist, who as a singer only goes by her first name.
-- Anonymous User  12/13/2005
In Sweden, it is pronounced as Kah-RAW-lah.
-- Ylva  5/21/2006
Carola Oman was a famaous English writer of the 20th century, specialising in historical biographies including one of Nelson.
-- Jonquil  8/30/2008
I think Carola is a beautiful, uncommon name that deserves more attention.
-- Jonquil  8/30/2008
Although Carola is undoubtedly the feminine of Carolus (Charles) it might also, for people seeking such, be considered a botanical, ocean-related name. Carola (Callophyllis variegata) is an edible seaweed growing off South America.
-- Jonquil  8/30/2008
This name has also been consistently used in The Netherlands and Germany. [noted -ed]
-- Lucille  1/21/2009
The German pronunciation is kah-RO-lah. [noted -ed]
-- mafiosa  8/6/2009
Carola Grindea (born Carola Rabinovici, 1914-2009) was a renowned Romanian-born British pianist and music educator.
-- Just Jonquil  10/1/2012
Uh.. Carola is the name of a car. Don't name your child this.
-- ThatMazerunnerfan  9/6/2014
The name Carola was "first listed" in the 1890's in the U.S. A previous comment states it is the name of a car. Perhaps that user is thinking of the Toyota Corolla?
-- Anonymous User  9/11/2016

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