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What does Karlesha mean?

Karlesha Pronunciation of Karlesha as a girls' name. The meaning of the name Karlesha is "free man". Karlesha is a version of Karla (Greek, Old German): variant spelling of Carla.



OTHER FORMS VIA KARLA Karlah, Karlee, Karleigh, Karley, Karlla



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How popular is Karlesha?

Karlesha is an uncommon first name for females. Karlesha is a rare surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Karla (#626 VIA LATEST LIST), Karlee (#929), Karleigh (#1275) and Karley (#1637) are the prominent varying forms of Karlesha (NOT RANKED) listed in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Karlah, are uncommon. Usage of these forms of Karlesha was widespread among parents in 2004 (MEDIAN #753) and has become significantly less since (#1116, 56.4%). Karla has historically been the top pick of parents, though Karleigh has become trendy as well, while Karla has lost favor. (2018 BIRTH STATISTICS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Karla, Karlee, Karleigh, Karley in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Karlesha and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Karlesha is alike in pronunciation to Carlisha. Other recommended sound-alike names are Arletha, Callesta (see Calista), Caresa, Caressa, Carleena, Carleeza, Carlena, Carlenna (see Carlene), Carletha, Carletta, Carlisia, Carlista, Carmisha, Dalisha, Daniesha, Darlena, Earletta, Elesha, Falisha, Harlea, Jalessa, Kadesha, Kadisha, Kaleah, Kaleena, Kaleila, Kalena, Kalisha, Kalissa, Kalista, Kallista, Kallysta, Kamesha, Karaleena, Kareema, Kareima, Kareina, Karisha, Karisma, Karissa, Karlena, Karletta, Karlika (see Charlotte), Karlina, Karlita, Karlota, Karlyta, Karrisa, Karyssa, Katasha, Katisha, Kayleena, Kaylha, Kennesha, Kesha, Koneesha, Lakeesha, Lakesha, Lakiesha, Lakreesha, Larisha, Malisha, Marisha, Markeisha, Markessa, Markisha, Marleah, Marleena, Marleina, Marsha, Palasha, Taletha, Talisha and Taniesha. These names tend to be more frequently used than Karlesha.

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