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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Carlyle

Fort at Luguvalium

English

Carman

Song

Latin

Carmel

Orchard;, garden; orchard, garden

Italian

Carmeli

Orchard;, garden; orchard, garden

Italian

Carmello

Orchard;, garden

Italian

Carmelo

Orchard;, garden

Italian

Carmen

Song

Latin

Carmichael

Follower of Michael

Scottish

Carmin

Song

Latin

Carmine

Song

Latin

Carmino

Song

Latin

Carnahan

Victorious

Irish

Carne

Defender of the castle

English

Carnelle

Defender of the castle

English

Carnes
Carney

The winner

Irish

Carny

The winner

Irish

Carnell

Defender of the castle

Welsh

Carol
Carolan

Little champion

Irish

Caroll

Man

German

Carollan

Little champion

Irish

Carollus
Carolos
Carolus

Man

German

Caron

To love

Welsh

Carpenter

Carriage maker

Latin

Carr

From the swampy place.

Scandinavian

Carrey
Carrick

Rock

Irish

Carrington

English

Carrlos

Spanish

Carrol

Man; free man

German

Carroll

Man

German

Carsan

Son of the marsh-dwellers

Scottish

Carsen

Son of the marsh-dwellers

Scottish

Carson

Son of Carr

Scottish

Carsten
Carston

Free peasant settlement

English

Carswell

Well where the watercress grows

English

Carter

Cart user

English

Cartier

One who transports goods

English

Cartrell

One who transports goods

English

Carvel

Swampy dwelling

French

Carvil

Swampy dwelling

French

Carville

Kári settlement

French

Carwyn

Love, fair, blessed

Welsh

Cary

“He who is manly,” from the Greek kanjon, a kernel or a nut, in allusion to the male testicles.

Welsh

Carvell

Swampy dwelling

French

Carver

One who carves wood

English