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What does Karee mean?

Karee /ka-ree/ as a girls' name. Karee's name origin is Latin, and the name Karee means "beloved". Karee is an alternate form, with the suffix -ee, of Kara (Latin): form of Cara.


Karee has 9 variants: Cara, Kaira, Karah, Kari, Karie, Karrah, Karri, Karrie and Kary.

Karee has 6 more different relations via Kara: Karalee, Karalie, Karielle, Karina, Karine and Karita.

Kreatif forms:
(female) Kayree, Keiree, ..

(male) Kaaro, Kareeno, ..

How popular is Karee?

Karee is an unusual given name for females. Karee is an equivalently uncommon last name too for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)


Ranking and usage % can show different trends depending on the distribution of names that year.

Popular related forms of Karee (outside Top 2000) appearing in the Top 2000 are Cara (#672 from current records), Kaira, Kara (#442), Karah, Kari (#1844), Karie, Karina (#429), Karri, Karrie and Kary. Other forms, like Karita, are uncommon. These forms of Karee were popular 19 years ago (median #1252) and are now significantly less widespread (#1538, 74.4%). Below is a graphed analysis of the history of Karee and related names. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cara, Kaira, Kara, Karah, Kari in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Karie, Karina, Karri, Karrie, Kary in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Cara, Kara outside U.S.

Similar Names


Karee is alike in pronunciation to Carey, Carie, Caro, Carrey, Carri, Carry, Coree, Corie, Kera, Keree, Kerrey, Kerri, Kerry, Kira, Kiri, Kiria, Kirra, Kori, Korri, Korrie, Kyra, Kyrah, Kyrha, Kyria and Kyrra. Other recommended names are Casee, Charee, Darbee, Harlee, Jeree, Kacee, Kacie, Kadee, Kahle, Kaite, Kaitee, Kalee, Kaleen, Kalei, Kalene, Kalie, Karan, Kareen, Karel, Karen, Karene, Karlee, Karlen, Karli, Karol, Karon, Karyn, Karyne, Kasee, Kasey, Kasie, Kate, Katee, Katey, Kaye, Kayse, Kaysee, Kore, Kylee, Lacee, Laree, Marcee, Maree, Nyree, Ramee, Ranee, Sharee, Tanee, Taree and Tyree. These names tend to be more frequently used than Karee.