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Boy Names Starting with Car-

Car- baby names and what they mean, with 39 results. Usage of these boy names was at its most widespread in 2015 (usage of 1.08%), except for names such as Carey which have become less stylish. Carmelo (#707), Carson (#89) and Carter (#24) are three of the more contemporarily stylish names for newborns here, while Carder (top 4%) and Carbone (2%) are popular Car- last names. Here is the list of Car- names for girls.

Car- names

Caradoc - Carmine | Carnahan - Cary

Caradoc - Carmine

Caradoc1, var. Caradog
Based on Welsh word. "Love." Cardoc and Cordoc are creative forms.

Caradoc2, Caragod
Forms of Craddock. Source fr. Welsh. "Love." Not Top 2000 names.

Cardell and variantsCardell, var. Cardelle
From French element. Surname. Cardel is also a somewhat common baby name.

Carden, var. Card, Cardin, Cardon
Root fr. Old English element. "Wood carder." Common as surnames, and Carden (upper 3%) is similar to common -rden last names Farden (upper 49%), Varden (31%).

Charles and variantsCarel1, Carl1, Carlo1, Carlos1, Carrol, Cary, Carroll, Caryl
Var. of Charles. Source fr. Old German. "Free man." Carl (top 2%), Carlo (6%), Carlos (2%), Carroll (1%) and Cary (2%) are found frequently as last names.

Carew, var. Carewe
Origin fr. Latin language. "Chariot." Carew and Carewe are seldom adopted as boys' names.

Carl and variantsCarl2, var. Carel2
Source fr. Old German word. "Free man." Carel (top 24%) and Carl (2%) appear often as surnames.

Form of Karl. Based on Old German language. "Free man." Carl soared in popularity a century ago and has become less conventional, with Carl becoming less fashionable. See also Carlo.

Charlton and variantsCarleton1, Carlton1
Forms of Charlton. Derivative of Old English element. "Free peasant's settlement." Carleton and variants peaked in popularity in the 1930s and are now less common, with Carlton falling out of fashion.

Carley1, var. Carleigh
Based on Middle English. "Farmer's meadow." Not Top 2000 names.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Car- names: Cardell, Carl, Carleton, Carlin, Carlisle

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Car- names: Carlito, Carlo, Carlos, Carlton, Carlyle

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Car- names: Carman, Carmel, Carmello, Carmelo, Carmen

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Car- names: Carmine, Carrol, Carroll, Cary, Caryl

Carlin and variantsCarlin, var. Carling, Carly1
From Irish, Gaelic element. "Little champion." Carling and Carly are more unusual as baby names among the variant forms of Carlin.

Carlos and variantsCarlos2, var. Carlito, Carlo2, Carrlos
From Spanish, Old German languages. "Free man." Carlo (upper 6%) and Carlos (2%) are found often as surnames.

Carlow, var. Carlowe
.. a major town and a county .. Carlon (top 11%), Carlos (2%) are conventional last names.

Carlsen, var. Carlssen, Carlson1, Carlsson
Origin fr. Scandinavian language. "Son of Carl." Carlsson and variants are unusual as children's names.

Carlton2, var. Carleton2, Carlson2, Carston
Stems fr. Old English. "Free peasant settlement." Carlton is a familiar (upper 27%) masculine name, whereas Carleton, Carlson and Carston are scarce.

Carlyle and variantsCarlyle, var. Carley2, Carlile, Carlisle, Carly2
Root fr. Old English word. "Fort at Luguvalium." Carley and variants are barely found as male names.

Karmel and variantsCarmel1, Carmeli1, Carmelo1
Forms of Karmel. Origin fr. Hebrew. "Orchard, garden." Carmel (upper 15%) and Carmelo (42%) are found regularly as surnames.

Carmelo and variantsCarmelo2, var. Carmel2, Carmeli2, Carmello
Derived fr. Italian, Hebrew. "Orchard;, garden." Carmelo, Carmel and Carmello are more commonplace as birth names compared to Carmeli.

From Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Follower of Michael." Carmichael is not in the Top 2000.

Carmine and variantsCarmine, var. Carman, Carmen, Carmin, Carmino
Stems fr. Latin word. "Song." Adoption of Carmine, Carmino, etc. as baby names in 2015 was 3.7% less than the previous year.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Car- names for boys.

1. Caradoc - Carmine
Caradoc [Caradog], Craddock [Caradoc, Caragod], Cardell [Cardelle], Carden [Card, Cardin, Cardon], Charles [Carl, Cary, Caryl, Carel, Carlo, Carrol, Carlos, Carroll], Carew [Carewe], Carl [Carel], Karl [Carl], Charlton [Carlton, Carleton], Carley [Carleigh], Carlin [Carly, Carling], Carlos [Carlo, Carlito, Carrlos], Carlow [Carlowe], Carlsen [Carlson, Carlssen, Carlsson], Carlton [Carston, Carlson, Carleton], Carlyle [Carly, Carley, Carlile, Carlisle], Karmel [Carmel, Carmeli, Carmelo], Carmelo [Carmel, Carmeli, Carmello], Carmichael, Carmine [Carman, Carmen, Carmin, Carmino]

Kernaghan [Carnahan], Carnell [Carne, Carnelle], Carney [Carny], Carollan [Carlin, Carling, Carolan], Caron, Carpenter, Kerr [Carr], Carr, Carrick, Carrington [Carington, Caryngton], Carroll [Cary, Caryl, Carrol, Caroll, Caryll, Carolus], Carson [Carsan, Carsen], Carswell, Cresswell [Carswell], Carter [Cartier, Cartrell], Carvell [Carvel, Carvil, Carville], Carver, Carwyn, Cary [Carey, Carrey]

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