Charlotte
Origin/Usage
Germanic
Pronunciation
SHAHR-lət
Meaning
Free woman
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Charlotte originates in Germanic languages and it means "free woman". It is a feminine form of Charles. Charlotte is a popular name in the United States, but its popularity is even bigger outside the U.S., specifically in Australia and Great Britain. One of the famous bearers was the English writer and author of Jane Eyre, Charlotte Bronte. Charlotte is also the name of several places in the United States, including the largest city of North Carolina.

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Charlet, Charlett, Charletta, Charlette, Charlita, Charlott, Charlottie, Charlotty, Carlota, Charlene, Lotte

Famous Charlottes

Charlotte Bronte - novelist and the eldest of the three famous Bronte sisters
Charlotte Rampling - actress
Charlotte Church - Welsh singer
Charlotte Allen - writer
Charlotte Brown - published author
Charlotte Caffey - guitarist
Charlotte Cooper - tennis player
Charlotte Gaskell - model
Charlotte Grimshaw - writer
Charlotte Hutchinson - published author
Charlotte Jay - writer
Charlotte Lewis - actress
Charlotte Masaryk - published author

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