What does Caryll mean?
Caryll [caryll] as a name for girls (also used as boys' name Caryll) has its root in Old German, and the meaning of Caryll is "free man". Caryll is an alternate spelling of Carol (Old German): originally a male name.
26 more related forms via Carol: Carely, Carey▼, Cari▼, Carilis, Carla▼, Carley▼, Carlin, Carly▼, Carlyn, Carlynn, Caro, Carola, Carolee, Carolin, Caroly, Carolyn▼, Carri, Carrie▼, Carrola, Carry, Cary, Charla, Charyl, Cheryl▼, Karla▼ and Karli.Creative forms:
(female) Ceryll, ..
(male) Middle name pairings:
Caryll Ellery (C.E.), ..
How popular is Caryll?
Caryll is a rare first name for women. Caryll is also a rare surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Prominent varying forms of Caryll (not ranked) ranked in the Top 2000 are Carey, Cari, Carla (#873 in recent rankings), Carley (#1106), Carly (#389), Carlyn, Caro, Carol (#1768), Carola, Carole, Carolee, Carolin, Caroll, Carolyn (#752), Carri, Carrie (#1680), Carrol, Carroll, Carry, Cary, Caryl, Charla, Cheryl, Karel, Karla (#510), Karli (#1292), Karol, Karole and Karyl. Other forms, like Carilis, are uncommon. These forms of Caryll reached the peak of their popularity in the 1940s (usage of 5.8%) and are now much less conventional (usage 0.1%, ▼97.8%), with versions such as Karol becoming less trendy. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Caryll is alike in pronunciation to Coral and Korall. Other recommended names are Apryll, Camill, Camyla, Camyll (see Camilla), Camylla, Camylle, Caralea, Caralee, Caralia, Caralie, Carlah, Carle, Carlee▲, Carli, Carlia, Carlie, Carlla, Carlye, Carmel, Carmill, Caroyln, Carylon, Caryn▼, Carynn, Carys, Cayla▼, Cerella, Charela (see Harela), Charell, Charelle, Charil, Charill (see Charlotte), Charle, Charli▲, Charly, Cherell, Cheryle, Cheryll, Cherylle, Chyrill (see Cheryl), Cirilla, Coraly, Corella, Corilla, Corly, Cyrilla, Cyrille, Darryll, Daryl, Daryll, Gayll, Marell, Maryl, Marylu, Meryll, Sharyll and Teryll. These names tend to be more commonly used than Caryll.See names in meaning and etymology.