Charlita meaning, girlCharlita

Get kreatif with Charlita | Add to list (0)


What does Charlita mean?

Charlita \ch(a)-rli-ta, char-lita\ as a girls' name is of Old German derivation, and the meaning of the name Charlita is "free man". Charlita is a form of Charlene (Old German). Charlita is also a variant of Charlotte (Old German).


Variations

Charlita has 3 variants: Charletta, Charlotta and Sharlotta.

Charlita has 43 more alternative forms via Charlene, Charlotte: Carla, Carletta, Carlie, Carline, Carlota, Carlotta, Chara, Charill, Charla, Charlaine, Charlanna, Charle, Charleen, Charleena, Charleesa, Charlena, Charlet, Charlett, Charlette, Charlie, Charlien, Charlina, Charline, Charlisa, Charlot, Charlott, Charlsie, Charly, Charlyn, Charlyne, Charlynn, Charmian, Charmion, Charolett, Charty, Karlika, Karlota, Sharla, Sharlet, Sharlett, Sharline, Sharlot and Sharlott.


Popularity

Charlita is an uncommonly occurring given name for females. Charlita is an equally unusual last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)

Charlotte (#10 in 2014), Charlie (#229), Carla (#864), Carlie (#966), Charline, Sharla, Charleen, Carlotta, Charla and Charlene are the popular variation forms of Charlita (#unlisted). These girl names were at the height of their popularity during 1940-1949 (usage of 0.3638%) and are now much less widespread (usage 0.1931%, down 46.9%), with forms such as Carlie, Carla, Charla, Charlene and Carlotta falling out of style. Charlie (#229) and Charlotte (#10) are two of the more fashionable girl names in this list, with both names having a revival in popularity. Below is a charted analysis of the usage of the girl name Charlita and related names. (Top 1000 Baby Names Records, 2014)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Carla, Carlie, Carlotta, Charla, Charleen, Charlene, Charlie, Charline, Charlotte, Sharla in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Carla, Charlie, Charlotte outside U.S.


Similar Names

Suggested similar baby names are Carleta, Carlita, Carlyta and Charita. These names tend to be more commonly used than Charlita.

[Top]