What does Carleta mean?
38 more related forms via Carla: Carlah, Carlana, Carle, Carleah, Carlee▲, Carleen, Carleesia, Carleeza, Carleigh, Carlena, Carlene▼, Carletha, Carlethe, Carlette, Carley▼, Carli, Carlia, Carlicia, Carlie, Carlin, Carlina, Carliqua, Carlis, Carlisa, Carlise, Carlisha, Carlisia, Carlissa, Carlista, Carlla, Carlonda, Carlreca, Carly▼, Carlyjo, Carlyn, Carlyse, Karla▼ and Karlla.Creative forms:
(female) Carleia, Corleta, ..
(male) Carleby, Carleco, .. Middle name pairings:
Carleta Tianna (C.T.), ..
How popular is Carleta?
Carleta is a rare first name for females. Carleta is also a unique last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Carla (#873 in recent rankings), Carlee (#768), Carleen, Carleigh (#1095), Carlene, Carletta, Carlette, Carley (#1106), Carli (#1521), Carlie (#1047), Carly (#389), Carlyn and Karla (#510) are the popular variation forms of Carleta (not ranked) listed in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Karlla, are uncommon. These relations of Carleta were favored 2 decades ago (median #1105) and are now significantly less widespread (#1331, 62% less usage). Karla has generally been a favorite of parents, though Carly is currently more regularly used, while forms such as Carlene are now somewhat dated. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Carleta is pronounced similarly to Carlota, Carlotta, Carlyta, Karletta, Karlota, Karlotta and Karlyta. Other recommended names are Arleta, Calesta, Callesta (see Calista), Caralea, Careena, Carena, Caresa, Caretta, Carilena (see Caroline), Carita, Caritta, Carlaena, Carleena, Carlein, Carlen, Carlenna (see Carlene), Carlyna, Carmela▼, Carmesa, Carmita, Carmyta, Carolena, Charlea, Charlena, Charlet, Charlett, Charletta, Charlette, Charlita, Charlot, Charlott, Charlotta, Charolett, Clareta, Cleta, Coleta (see Colette), Colleta, Darlena, Earlena, Earletta, Harlea, Karlena, Marketa, Marlea, Marlena and Valeta. These names tend to be more frequently used than Carleta.See names in meaning and etymology.