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Names That Mean Charles

167 names found for "Charles"   (page 1 of 4) 

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Looking for names that mean Charles? We couldn't find the exact name Charles, but listed below are some first names meaning Charles or names similar to the word Charles.

Similar Names

Carlos | Carolos | Carolus | Charleigh | Charlisa | Charlize |

Related Names

Alethea  (Greek)
Truth. Alethea Became Popular When the Future King Charles I Courted Spanish Maria Aletea. Sometimes Confused With the Unrelated Althea.'Truthful.' Mythological Goddess of Truth
Amias  (French)
From the Old French Name Derived from Latin 'Amatus' Meaning Loved. Used by British Writer Charles Kingsley for the Hero of His Novel 'Westward Ho!'
Amyas  (French)
From the Old French Name Derived from Latin 'Amatus' Meaning Loved. Used by British Writer Charles Kingsley for the Hero of His Novel 'Westward Ho!'
Arleen  (French)
Derived from a Feminine Diminutive of Charles, Meaning Manly. A Medieval Given Name
Arlene  (French)
Derived from a Feminine Diminutive of Charles, Meaning Manly. A Medieval Given Name
Arletta  (French)
Variant of Arlette: Derived from a Feminine Diminutive of Charles, Meaning Manly. A Medieval Given Name
Arlette  (French)
Derived from a Feminine Diminutive of Charles, Meaning Manly. A Medieval Given Name
Arline  (French)
Derived from a Feminine Diminutive of Charles, Meaning Manly. A Medieval Given Name
Arlo  (Italian)
Variant of English Charles 'A Man.'
Artemus  (Greek)
Follower/Gift of Artemis (Greek Goddess of the Hunt and Counterpart of the Roman Diana). Famous Bearer: American Humorist Charles Farrar Browne Used the Pseudonym Artemus Ward
Aurea  (Latin)
Variant of Aurora: Aurora Was the Mythical Roman Goddess of the Dawn. This Name Became Very Popular After Charles Perrault Wrote the Fairy Tale 'The Sleeping Beauty'. from Aureus Meaning Golden
Aurora  (Latin)
Aurora Was the Mythical Roman Goddess of the Dawn. This Name Became Very Popular After Charles Perrault Wrote the Fairy Tale 'The Sleeping Beauty'
Aurore  (Latin)
Variant of Aurora: Aurora Was the Mythical Roman Goddess of the Dawn. This Name Became Very Popular After Charles Perrault Wrote the Fairy Tale 'The Sleeping Beauty'. from Aureus Meaning Golden
Barnaby  (English)
A Variant of the Hebrew Barnabas Meaning Son of Consolation, Son of Exhortation, or Son of Comfort. Famous Bearer: Barnaby Rudge, a Character in Th Century Charles Dickens' Novel Barnaby Rudge
Cale  (English)
Bold; Surname Derived from Charles
Capucius  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry the Eighth' Ambassador from the Emperor Charles V
Cara  (English)
Feminine Variant of Charles: Manly
Caralyn  (English)
Feminine Variant of Charles: Manly
Caree  (English)
Abbreviation of Carol and Caroline from the Masculine Charles Meaning Manly
Carey  (English)
Abbreviation of Carol and Caroline from the Masculine Charles Meaning Manly
CarIes  (Spanish)
The Spanish Form of Charles; Meaning Strong or Manly, Occasionally Used in English-speaking Countries
Carilla  (Spanish)
Feminine Form of Charles: Manly
Carilyn  (English)
Feminine Variant of Charles: Manly
Carilynne  (English)
Feminine Variant of Charles: Manly
CarIo  (Italian)
The Italian Form of Charles; Meaning Strong or Manly, Occasionally Used in English-speaking Countries
Carl  (German)
Variant of the Germanic Form of Charles, Meaning a Man
Carla  (German)
Feminine Form of Carl: Variant of the Germanic Form of Charles, Meaning: a Man
Carla  (Anglo Saxon)
Feminine Form of Charles (Carlotta, Karla, Caroline, Charlotte)
Carla  (Spanish)
Feminine Form of Charles: Manly
Carla  (English)
Feminine Variant of Charles: Manly
Carleen  (Irish)
Feminine Form of Charles: Manly
Carleen  (German)
Feminine Form of Carl: Variant of the Germanic Form of Charles, Meaning: a Man
Carlene  (German)
Feminine Form of Carl: Variant of the Germanic Form of Charles, Meaning: a Man
Carletta  (Spanish)
Feminine Form of Charles: Manly
Carlino  (Spanish)
Variant of Carlos: Man (Spanish Variant of Charles)
Carlita  (Spanish)
Feminine Form of Charles: Manly
Carlo  (Spanish)
Variant of Carlos: Man (Spanish Variant of Charles)
Carlomagno  (Spanish)
Charles the Great
Carlos  (Hispanic)
Free Man; Form of Charles
Carlotta  (Italian)
An Italian Form of Charles, Meaning Strong
Carlotta  (English)
Feminine Variant of Charles: Manly
Carlotta  (French)
Tiny and Feminine. Also a Feminine Variant of Charles Meaning Manly
Carlotta  (Spanish)
Feminine Form of Charles: Manly
Carlton  (English)
Town of Charles
Carly  (German)
Feminine Form of Carl: Variant of the Germanic Form of Charles, Meaning: a Man
Caro  (English)
Feminine Variant of Charles: Manly
Carol  (English)
Manly, Strong. A Variant of Charles; from Carolus, the Latinized Form of the Name. Famous Bearer: Pope John Paul Ii's Real Name is Karol Wojtyla. Karol is a Variant Spelling of Carol Used in Several E
Carol  (English)
Strong, Womanly. A Feminine of Carl, Charles
Carol  (English)
A Feminine Form of Charles Meaning Strong or Manly. Also a Diminutive of Caroline. Also Used As the Feminine of Carl Meaning Joy
Carola  (English)
Strong. A Feminine Form of Charles Which Originated in the Th Century
167 names found for "Charles"   (page 1 of 4) 

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