Caroline meaning

kărə-līn, -lĭn
A female given name. Borrowed in the 17th century from the French form of Carolina, feminine derivative of Carolus, the Latin equivalent of Charles, which came from Middle High German Karl.
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Relating to the time of Kings Charles I and II.
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Relating to the life and times of Charles I or Charles II of England.
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(person, proper) A feminine name: dim. Carol, Carrie; var. Carolyn.
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Of Charles I or Charles II of England, or the period in which they lived.
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(historical) An old silver coin of Italy.
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Origin of caroline

  • Medieval Latin Carolīnus from Carolus Charles

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition