What does Karole mean?
Karole [ka-role] as a name for girls has its roots in Old German and Hungarian, and the meaning of Karole is "free man". Karole is a variant form of Carol (Old German): originally a male name. Karole is also a variation of Karol (Hungarian).
23 more related forms via Carol, Karol: Carely, Carla▼, Carley▼, Carly▼, Caro, Carola, Carolee, Carolena, Carolin, Caroline▲, Caroly, Carolyn▼, Carrie▼, Carrola, Kari▼, Karla▼, Karleen, Karli, Karlie▲, Karlote, Karolina, Karoline and Karolyne.Creative forms:
(female) Karolet, Keirole, ..
(male) Karoke, Karosi, .. Middle name pairings:
Karole Chiara (K.C.), ..
How popular is Karole?
Karole is a somewhat popular first name for females (#4238 out of 4276, Top 99%) but a unique last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Karole was first listed in 1940-1949 and reached its apex position of #1667 in the U.S. in the 1940s, but is not found in the list currently. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Caroline (#62 in 2015), Carly (#389), Karla (#510), Carolyn (#752), Karlie (#815), Carla (#873), Carley (#1106), Karli (#1292), Karoline (#1605), Carrie (#1680), Karolina (#1712), Carol (#1768), Kari (#1817), Karleen, Karol, Karyl, Carrol, Carole, Carola, Caro, Carolee, Carolin, Caryl, Carroll, Caroll and Karel are the popular related forms of Karole. These forms of Karole were favored as baby names during 1940-1949 (usage of 5.42%) and are now significantly less common (usage 0.48%, 91% less), with versions such as Carley becoming somewhat outmoded. Caroline and Karlie are two of the more fashionable birth names among these.
Karole is pronounced similarly to Karielle, Koral and Korall. Other suggested similar names are Carle, Kahle, Kalle, Karalee, Karalie, Karee, Karene, Karie, Karine, Karlah, Karlee▲, Karlen, Karley, Karlla, Karly, Karlye, Karolin, Karolyn, Karon, Karrie▼, Karrla, Karyne, Kayle, Koralie and Lacole. These names tend to be less frequently used than Karole.See names in meaning and etymology.