What does Kareen mean?
Kareen [ka-reen] as a girls' name has its root in Greek, and the name Kareen means "maiden; beloved". Kareen is a variant form of Corinne (Greek): French variant of Corinna. Kareen is also a derivative of Karina (Scandinavian, Latin).
Associated with: greek.
Kareen has 25 variants: Carinne, Carrine, Coreen, Corene, Corine▼, Corrin, Corrine▼, Corrinne, Corryne, Corynn, Karene, Karin▼, Karine, Karinne, Karrine, Karyne, Kerrine, Koreen, Korine, Korinne, Korrin, Korrine, Korrinne, Koryn and Korynne.Creative forms:
(female) Katreen, ..
(male) Middle name pairings:
Kareen Braelynn (K.B.), ..
How popular is Kareen?
Kareen is a somewhat popular first name for females (#3499 out of 4276, Top 82%) but a unique last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Popular variation forms of Kareen (outside Top 2000) appearing in the Top 2000 are Coreen, Corene, Corine, Corinne (#733 the previous year), Corrin, Corrine, Corrinne, Karena, Karin and Karina (#462). These relations of Kareen were popular with parents 19 years ago (adoption of 0.2%) and have become significantly less common since (adoption 0.1%, down 77%), with versions such as Corine becoming less trendy. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Kareen is alike in pronunciation to Careen, Caronn, Carreen, Carren, Carron, Carryn, Carwen, Carynn, Coreene, Coren, Correen, Karen▼, Karon, Karrin, Karryn, Karyn▼, Keren, Kerin, Kerran, Kerrin, Kerryn, Koren, Korin, Korynn and Kyrene. Other suggested similar names are Caleen, Carden, Carlen, Catreen, Dareen, Darleen, Earleen, Faren, Ireen, Janeen, Kalen, Karaleen, Kareemah, Kareima, Karel, Karelyn, Karenna, Karima, Karleen, Karlyn, Karmel, Karmia, Karmin, Karrena, Karrina, Karson, Katee, Katrien, Kayleen, Kaylen, Kerena, Koree, Kyleen, Kyreena, Larren, Larsen, Laureen, Marceen, Mareena, Maren, Margeen, Maureen▼, Maxeen, Nadeen, Sabreen, Taleen, Tareena, Tarren, Zareen and Zareena. These names tend to be less commonly used than Kareen.See names in meaning and etymology.