What does Karolinka mean?
Karolinka [karolin-ka] as a girls' name is of Old German origin, and Karolinka means "free man". Karolinka is an alternate spelling of Caroline (Old German): from the French transcription of Carolina. Karolinka is also a variation of Karolina (Slavic, Old German).
18 related forms via Caroline, Karolina: Carlina, Carlinda, Caroliana, Carolin, Carolina, Karalina, Karaline, Karalynna, Karlena, Karlina, Karlinka, Karolin, Karoline, Karolyn, Karolyna, Karolyne, Karolynn and Karolynne.Creative forms:
(male) Middle name pairings:
Karolinka Kira (K.K.), ..
How popular is Karolinka?
Karolinka is a rare first name for women. Karolinka is an equally rare surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Carolin, Carolina (#430 in 2015), Caroline (#62), Karolina (#1712), Karoline (#1605) and Karolyn are the prominent varying forms of Karolinka (not ranked). Other forms, like Karlena, are uncommon. Usage of these relations of Karolinka was at its peak in the year 2001 (adoption of 0.41%) and has remained as widespread to this day (adoption 0.37%, down 8.5%). Caroline is the most contemporarily stylish baby name among these. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Similar NamesRecommended names are Carolena, Carolinda, Darlina, Earlina, Haroldina, Kalina, Kalinda, Karaina, Karaleena, Karalyn, Karalynn, Karalynne (see Caroline), Kareina, Karelyn, Karilyn, Karilynn, Karina▼, Karinna, Karinya, Karlein (see Caroline), Karlen, Karlene, Karlicka, Karlika (see Charlotte), Karlin, Karline, Karlita, Karlyn, Karlyne, Karlynn, Karmina, Karrina, Katalina▲, Katerinka, Katinka, Kolina, Maralina, Maralinda, Marlina, Paolina and Varinka. These names tend to be more frequently used than Karolinka.See names in meaning and etymology.