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Carol

First used as a masculine name derived from Carolus and later became a short form of Caroline. It's also associated with the vocabulary word that refers to a song or hymn, especially at Christmastime. The name was listed among the top 100 from 1928 to 1971. It was known during the 1920s, 1930s and early 1940s for comedic actress Carole Lombard who used the French form of the name. Comedienne and actress Carol Burnett, the host of a successful television variety show from 1967 to 1978, was another famous bearer. , Melody, Song

Origin
Teutonic
Old German
Gender
Unisex
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Famous Carols
Carole King (singer)
Carol Blazejowski (Basketball Hall of Famer)
Carol Channing (comedienne/actress)
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Carol is on other name lists
Musical Names for Girls
Names of the 1910s
Names of the 1930s