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What does Carlita mean?

Carlita \c(a)-rli-ta, car-lita\ as a girls' name. Carlita's roots are Old German and Latin, and Carlita means "free man". Carlita is a variant of Carla (Old German). Carlita is also a variation of Carly (Latin). Carlita is also used as a variation of Carol (Old German) and Caroline (Old German).


Variations

Carlita has 8 variants: Carleta, Carletta, Carlota, Carlotta, Carlyta, Karlita, Karlotta and Karlyta.

Carlita has 23 more different forms via Carla, Carly, Carol, Caroline: Carlana, Carlena, Carletha, Carli, Carlia, Carlicia, Carlie, Carlin, Carlina, Carlinda, Carline, Carliqua, Carlis, Carlisa, Carlise, Carlisha, Carlisia, Carlissa, Carlista, Carlla, Carlyna, Carolina and Karlina.


Popularity

Carlita is a somewhat prominent first name for females (#4173 out of 4276, Top 98%) but an uncommon last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)

Carla (#864 a year ago), Carli, Carlie (#966), Carlotta, Carly (#357), Carol, Carolina (#407) and Caroline (#58) are the popular variation forms of Carlita (#unlisted) rated in the Top 1000. These girl names were at the peak of their popularity in 1996 (usage of 0.5606%) and have become significantly less popular since (usage 0.2935%, down 47.6%), with the forms Carla, Carli, Carlie, Carlotta and Carol becoming somewhat outmoded. Carly (#357), Carolina (#407) and Caroline (#58) are three of the more contemporarily stylish birth names in this compilation, with Carolina and Caroline going through a rekindling in popularity. Shown below is an analysis of the usage of the girl name Carlita and corresponding names. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Carla, Carli, Carlie, Carlotta, Carly, Carol, Carolina, Caroline in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Carla, Carly, Carolina, Caroline outside U.S.


Similar Names

Carlita is pronounced similarly to Karlota. Other recommended similar baby names are Carita, Carmita and Charlita. These names tend to be less frequently used than Carlita.

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