Gender Feminine
Usage German
Pronounced Pron. KA-ro-leen
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Meaning & History

German feminine form of Carolus.

Related Names

DiminutivesIna, Lina
Masculine FormsCarl, Karl
Other Languages & CulturesCharlize(Afrikaans) Carolina(Ancient Germanic) Carla(Catalan) Karla, Karolina(Croatian) Karla, Karolína, Kája(Czech) Caroline, Karla, Karoline, Ina, Karolina, Lina, Line(Danish) Carla, Carlijn, Carola, Carolien, Caroline, Karlijn, Lien(Dutch) Carla, Carlene, Carlyn, Carolina, Caroline, Charla, Charlee, Charleigh, Caleigh, Cali, Calleigh, Callie, Cari, Carol, Carolyn, Carrie, Carrol, Carry, Caryl, Ina, Kali, Kalie, Kallie, Karolyn, Karrie, Lina(English) Karoliina, Liina(Estonian) Karoliina, Iina, Liina(Finnish) Carole, Caroline, Charlène, Charline, Charlotte, Lina, Line, Lyna(French) Karola, Karolina, Lili(Hungarian) Carla, Carola, Carolina, Lina(Italian) Karolina, Lina(Lithuanian) Karolina(Macedonian) Caroline, Karla, Karoline, Ina, Karolina, Lina, Line(Norwegian) Karola, Karolina(Polish) Carla, Carolina, Lina(Portuguese) Karolína(Slovak) Karolina, Ina, Inja, Lina(Slovene) Carla, Carolina, Lina(Spanish) Carola, Carolina, Caroline, Karla, Karolina, Ina, Lina(Swedish)
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Entry updated July 2, 2017