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I love it because of James Taylor's song "Going to Carolina In my Mind."
-- tmarie  6/17/2005
This is a very beautiful and exotic name.
-- grat7  9/8/2005
A famous bearer is Princess Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Parma. She's the daughter of prince Carlos Hugo of Bourbon-Parma and Princess Irene of Lippe-Biesterfeld (sister of queen Beatrix of the Netherlands).
-- Anonymous User  11/16/2005
Carolina Herrera is a designer of society dresses and ball gowns. She often dresses stars like Renee, Salma, and Amy Adams, amongst others.
-- khaotickharma  4/24/2006
Carolina is a song by Adam Green.
-- viper  5/28/2006
I was talking about names I like with my family and my brother said he liked Carolina. I think it is so nice and beautiful, and a perfect name for his daughter.
-- Anonymous User  6/3/2006
Listen to the German pronunciation of Carolina here:
http://www.nordicnames.de/Aussprache.html
-- _satu_  9/3/2006
I just recently heard about this name and fell in love with it immediately. It is so beautiful and elegant. Carrie or Lina could be used as nicknames.
-- Anonymous User  11/18/2006
Maria Carolina was a sister of Maria Antonia (Marie Antoinette).
-- bellaboo  12/29/2006
The American states are pronounced ker (or kair) -o-LIE-nah.
-- Aqua  4/28/2007
Carolina is absolutely divine. If I ever move to another state, I am certain I will name a daughter of mine Carolina.
-- southernbrighteyes  3/1/2008
In America, the pronunciation KER-o-lien-a is reserved for the state. If it's someone's name, we usually say ker-o-LIEN-a or ker-o-LEEN-a. [noted -ed]
-- Anonymous User  3/10/2008
CAROLINA means "strong but feminine" and is mainly of Latin and Germanic origin. This suggests that it should be pronounced without an American accent to truly appreciate its beauty. Meaning that an Italian/Spanish pronunciation is more appropriate. :-)
-- anatobloom  8/15/2008
Personally I think this name sounds better when the 'i' is pronounced 'e' CAR-O-LE-NA. That's usually how it's said in Spanish.
-- crushcrushcrush  9/17/2008
Carolina is not pronounced kahr-o-LEE-nah, but Kah-roh-LEE-nah in Spanish.
-- Elianita  12/15/2008
I love my name. Carolina. My dad named me after his mother who died exactly 1 year before my birth. Not only does it have emotional meaning but every time a guy asks me what my name is they always have the same reaction."WOW. That's a hot name!"
-- carolina812r  1/6/2009
I don't know why, but this is one of my favorite names ever. But I only like it pronounced kahr-o-LEE-nah. If it's pronounced kahr-o-LIEN-a, it just makes me think of the states North and South Carolina. And I would never my my kid after a state.
-- MtotheK  2/14/2009
Carolina Maria de Jesus (1915-1977) was a famous diarist and activist who lived in the slums of São Paulo, Brazil.
-- Anyechka  7/27/2009
Carolina is a hot name as someone said. I love this name, exotic, refreshing. The best pronunciation is Kahr-o-LEE-nuh. Beautiful, I'm writing it down to remember it.
-- italiannames  10/29/2009
Carolina is one of those elegant, classy and sophisticated names you can't go wrong with. I love it, when pronounced the Spanish way - kah-ro-LEE-nah (I find the English pronunciation unappealing, sorry). It's not overly common, but still practical, in terms of spelling and pronunciation. Carolina has to be one of my favourite names. However, I wouldn't like people to shorten it to Carol. Carol has always struck me as being wet-blankety, like an aunt you don't like visiting. I might push for Lina, but it takes away the beauty of Carolina. I really don't understand some people's need to shorten already beautiful names.
-- Ailis  2/15/2010
This is a very sexy name. It may not have a lot of many carriers of this name, but it just sounds hot. And it's only hot when it's pronounced Carol-Eena, not Carol-I-Na.
-- sddorme  7/13/2010
I like the name, but it is SO overused where I live. I know EIGHT Carolinas, but 2 of them use it as a middle name. And yet I feel like I'm forgetting somebody...
-- maryy.ia  9/19/2010
Carolina = Carry-Ol'-Lina

Not very enticing.
-- Anonymous User  4/1/2011
Seriously!? This must be a west coast name. No one on the east coast is going to name their kid after the Carolinas. Bit overkill. It's like naming your daughter after a sporting team (Go Carolina Tarheels! Or Go Carolina Panthers!). Or naming your kid after the government- which reminds me, I still need to pay my taxes. I live in the state of North Carolina, you see.

As for South Carolina- it's a poor state, a conventional place, and near last in education.
-- JW41926  4/2/2011
Carolina is also Romanian, though it's not as common. I know a Romanian Carolina.
-- Bonquiqui  7/13/2012
Carolina Bang (b. 1985) is a Spanish actress.
-- overtheclouds  10/24/2012
I like the Italian/Spanish pronunciation car-o-lee-nah, very pretty. This, along with Georgia and Virginia are in my opinion the only acceptable "state" names.
-- Oohvintage  1/28/2013
There's an electronic rock music duo called Breathe Carolina, known for their single "Blackout".
-- Anonymous User  5/28/2013
I love this name because of the James Taylor song. The association with the states, rather than ruining it, gives it a touch of Southern charm that I quite like.
-- renee06  2/1/2014

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