What does Charleen mean?
Charleen /char-leen/ [2 sylls.] as a name for girls is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Charleen is "free man". Charleen is a variant form, with the prefix Ch-, of Carol (Old German): originally a male name. Charleen is also a form of Caroline (Old German). Charleen is also used as a variant of Charlene (Old German) and Charlotte (Old German).
Charleen▼ has 47 more different relations via Carol, Caroline, Charlene, Charlotte: Caraleen, Caraleena, Carileen, Carlan, Carleen▼, Carleena, Carlein, Carlen, Carlene▼, Carley▼, Carlie▼, Carlin, Carllen, Carlyn, Carlynn, Carolee▼, Carolein, Charla▼, Charlanna, Charle, Charleena, Charleesa, Charlena, Charlet, Charlett, Charletta, Charlette, Charlie▲, Charlina, Charlisa, Charlita, Charlot, Charlott, Charlsie, Charly, Charmain, Charmian, Charmion, Charolett, Karaleen, Karleen, Karlein, Karlen, Sharkeen, Sharlena, Sharlet and Sharlett.Kreatif forms: Chaleen, Charleenne, Charleenney. [more]
How popular is Charleen?
Charleen is a very popular first name for women (#1409 out of 4276, Top 33%) but a unique surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the birth name popularity of Charleen for girls. Charleen entered the list in 1930-1939 and reached its peak position of #615 in the U.S. in the 1940s, but is not listed currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Below is a charted analysis of the usage of Charleen and associated names. Charlotte (#10 a year ago), Caroline (#58), Charlie (#229), Carlie (#966), Charline, Sharlene, Charlene, Carlene, Charla, Carol, Carolee, Carleen and Carley are the prominent variation forms of Charleen rated in the Top 1000. These girl names were at the apex of their popularity during the years 1940-1949 (usage of 0.4254%) and have become much less widespread since (usage 0.1955%, ▼54%), with forms like Carley, Carlie, Carolee, Carleen and Carol becoming somewhat dated. Charlie (#229), Charlotte (#10) and Caroline (#58) are three of the more chic birth names in this compilation, and there is also a rebound in birth name usage for Caroline, Charlie and Charlotte. (2014 Birth Statistics)