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Meaning of the Name Carr

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The first name Carr is of Norse, Celtic, Scottish, Celtic/Gaelic, English origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Norse: From the Marsh
Celtic: Fighter
Scottish: From the Broken Mossy Ground
Celtic/Gaelic: Marshland
English: Swamp; Bog

Similar Names

Cahir | Car | Carew | Carey | CarIo | Cary | Ccri | Charro | Ciro | Cori |

Related Names

Alice  (English)
Of the Nobility. from the German Adalheidis Meaning Nobility, and the French Adeliz Which is a Form of Adelaide. Used in Britian; Alice Became Very Popular in When Lewis Carrol's Alice in Wonderland W
Amos  (Hebrew)
Strong; Carried; Brave. Amos Was a B.C. Old Testament Prophet
Amotz  (Hebrew)
Variant of Amos: Strong; Carried; Brave. Amos Was a B.C. Old Testament Prophet
Amoz  (Hebrew)
Variant of Amos: Strong; Carried; Brave. Amos Was a B.C. Old Testament Prophet
Carey  (Welsh)
Loving (Caree, Carree)
Cari  (Turkish)
Flowing Like Water (Carrie)
Carol  (Gaelic)
Song, Melody (Carole, Carolee, Carrie, Carly)
Caroll  (English)
Variant of Carroll: Man. Famous Bearer: Late Television Actor Carroll O'Connor
Carolus  (English)
Variant of Carroll: Man. Famous Bearer: Late Television Actor Carroll O'Connor
Carrado  (Arthurian Legend)
A Knight
Carraig  (Gaelic)
Rocky Headland
Carraig  (Irish)
From the Rocky Headland
Carree  (English)
Abbreviation of Carol and Caroline from the Masculine Charles Meaning Manly
Carressa  (French)
Tender Touch
Carrick  (Irish)
From the Rocky Headland
Carrick  (Gaelic)
Rocky Headland
Carrie  (Italian)
A Diminutive of Caroline, Often Used As an Independent Name
Carrie  (English)
Abbreviation of Carol and Caroline from the Masculine Charles Meaning Manly
Carrie  (American)
Melody, Song
Carrieann  (American)
Gracious and Womanly
Carrina  (Latin)
Little Darling
Carrington  (English)
Place Name and Surname
Carrington  (Celtic)
Place Name and Surname
Carrington  (English)
Town of the Marsh
Carrissa  (Greek)
Very Dear
Carrissa  (Latin)
Very Dear
Carrol  (Celtic)
Champion
Carrol  (English)
Variant of Carroll: Man. Famous Bearer: Late Television Actor Carroll O'Connor
Carrola  (Spanish)
Joy
Carroll  (Celtic)
Champion
Carroll  (Irish)
Feminine of Carl; Joy
Carroll  (Gaelic)
Champion
Carroll  (English)
Man. Famous Bearer: Late Television Actor Carroll O'Connor
Carroll  (Irish)
Manly
Carrson  (Scandinavian)
Son of Carr
Carson  (English)
Son Who Lives in the Swamp; Son of Carr
Carson  (English)
Son of Carr
Carsyn  (American)
Son of Carr
Cary  (English)
An Alternative Spelling of Carrie. Cary Became a Popular Masculine First Name in Mid-oth Century Because of Actor Cary Grant, Whose Real Name Was Archibald Leach. V: Carey
Caryl  (English)
Variant of Carroll: Man. Famous Bearer: Late Television Actor Carroll O'Connor
Charlotte  (Teutonic)
Man, Other Forms Are, Caroline, Carrie, Lotty, Energetic, Wise
Chris  (Greek)
Diminutive of Christopher: from the Greek Word Meaning 'Carrier of Christ', Famous Bearer: St Christopher, Patron Saint of Travellers, is Believed to Have Carried the Christ-child Across a River
Christie  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Christopher: from the Greek Word Meaning 'Carrier of Christ', Famous Bearer: St Christopher, Patron Saint of Travellers, is Believed to Have Carried the Christ-child Across a River
Christopher  (Greek)
From the Greek Word Meaning Carrier of Christ, Famous Bearer: St Christopher, Patron Saint of Travellers, is Believed to Have Carried the Christ-child Across a River
Christy  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Christopher: from the Greek Word Meaning 'Carrier of Christ', Famous Bearer: St Christopher, Patron Saint of Travellers, is Believed to Have Carried the Christ-child Across a River
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