March 04, 2020
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Carolina

Latin and feminine form of Carolus, ultimately derived from Charles. The name of two American states, North and South Carolina that were named for King Charles I of England. Currently not as popular as its variation, Caroline, but has ranked among the top 300 since 1993 and keeps up with today's trends by ending with an "a."

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  • Form of Caroline
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