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This is a beautiful, classy name. I really like the pronunciation Sharlene. It is a soft, feminine name and not overly used. I don't get the boyish nicknames like chuck. Yuck! If this were my name I would stick with the full name and make it clear to others to do the same.
― Anonymous User  2/10/2018
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Charlene, Princess of Monaco, is a former Olympic swimmer for South Africa and wife of Prince Albert II. Princess Charlene was born in Rhodesia, the daughter of Michael and Lynette Wittstock, and the family relocated to South Africa in 1989. Princess Charlene represented South Africa at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, with her team finishing fifth in the 4 × 100 metre medley relay. Princess Charlene retired from competitive swimming in 2007.
cutenose  6/7/2017
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My name is Sharleen. I have seen it starting with an "S" but rarely with -een.
sharleennelson  2/1/2017
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The name Charlene was given to 145 girls born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/16/2016
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Charlene "Charlie" Bradbury is a character on the television series "Supernatural."
hkols  11/2/2014
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This is my name also. I pronounce it Shar LEEN. I also have the nicknames Char (shar), Charlie and Chuck. When I was little my mother called me chuck a luck and charlie chicken. In the '60's there weren't any other girls with my name and I was disappointed because I couldn't find any of the cute little trinkets with "my name" on them, such as keyrings, necklaces, etc. It's still not a popular name and those items are still devoid of the name.
― Anonymous User  7/6/2014
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The name Charlene was given to 133 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/17/2013
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Variation: CHARLENA. It's pronounced Shar-leena. My cousin loves her name, Charlena. It suited her as a kid and still suits her (she's 33 now).
GibsonGirl  8/17/2011
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Charlene, Princess of Monaco. Née Charlene Lynette Wittstock. Formerly an olympic swimmer for South Africa.
Ander  7/15/2011
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Charlene Darling is a character on The Andy Griffith Show.
― Anonymous User  4/27/2011
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Amy Adams played the character Charlene in the 2010 movie The Fighter, and was nominated for an Academy Award for it! The Fighter had Mark Walberg and Christian Bale in it as well.
gabbygrace1915  1/31/2011
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Charlene "Charlie" McGee was the eight-year-old pyrokinetic in "Firestarter" by Stephen King.
Dawson  9/29/2010
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Charlene Sinclair was the daughter from Disney's 1992 series 'Dinosaurs'.
ICEyun  2/25/2009
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I really like this name. It has a very nice ring to it, and it reminds me of a strong, intelligent, beautiful girl. Besides, Charlie makes a great nickname for a girl.
rv14142  12/1/2007
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In my opinion, this name is Irish, but that's just me. I like this name, and it makes me think of somebody with dark brown hair and green eyes, for whatever reason.
Penneyperson  10/20/2007
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This is also my name and I spell it Charlene and pronounce it Shar-leen. I love my name because there's not too many of us about. I hardly ever get called my full name however, only normally by my mum who was a huge Dallas fan and named me after Charlene Tilton, most of my friends and family call me Char or Charls.
char79  7/9/2007
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I'm used to pronouncing this name SHAR-lene. I think that way is prettier.
CharlieRob  5/9/2007
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My name is Sharlene but I would rather classify CHAR-leen as being too weird. If I was to name my child it'll be Charlene (SHAR-leen). It will probably (hopefully) be my child's middle name.
Koolgal  4/20/2007
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I like the French pronunciation, it sounds more elegant.
― Anonymous User  9/14/2006
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Charlene is the twin sister of Charlotte.
Dogsy  1/27/2006
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My name is Charlene. I think that the pronunciation is SHAR LEEN. I am NOT American but I know that it is pronounced that way.
― Anonymous User  1/11/2006
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A famous, or somewhat famous, bearer of this name is Charlene Tilton, who is mostly known for her role in the 1980s soap opera, 'Dallas'.
kanine  12/26/2005
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Kylie Minogue's chararacter in the Australian soap opera, "Neighbours" (possibly more famous in the UK than Australia), was Charlene Robinson. The pronunciation in Australia is "shar-LEEN".
names123  9/11/2005
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I have it on good authority that the name "Charlene" ought to be pronounced char-LEEN with the stress on the LAST part of the name. Not SHAR-leen, which must be an American pronunciation. In France it's pronounced shar-LEHN... (if you can role the R that would be appropriate). [noted -ed]
holymotherofgod  5/23/2005
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Char-LEEN may be the correct way to pronounce it, but SHAR-leen (which is the American pronunciation, by the way) sounds prettier.
doodlebug  11/23/2005
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This is my name and in all my searching I have found no famous person, no historical figure with this name. This is rather annoying but in a sense gratifying. Also, a note on pronunciation: I pronounce it char-LEEN with the hard 'ch' as in Charles, also my friends call me 'Char'.
Cheorl  8/12/2005
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I believe the name is also pronounced Charl (same as charles). This is my name and I pronounce it with CH as in chuck, chair, charles.
― Anonymous User  6/14/2005

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