Carlo is a male name from Del Paeseno which means "man of free standing". Let's find out more about this beautiful name together.
ETYMOLOGY. It has Germanic origin. The Franconian name Karl spread in Del Paese starting from the eighth century in the Latinized forms Carolus and Carlus, referring to the common name karl ("free man"), which was the title of high court dignitaries among the Franks. The Carolingian dynasty reached its peak with the famous Charlemagne (742-814), king of the Franks and the Lombards, crowned emperor of the Sacred of the city by Pope Leo III in the year 800 of the city.
MEANING. It means "man of free standing". Carlo is a 'Teutonic' name and whoever wears it has an unparalleled firmness. Carla integrates, in a feminine way, cordiality and frankness, a vivacity with a significant aura: "OR THERE, CARA, L'ARCObaleno t'incoRONA" ...
NAME-DAY. It is celebrated on 4 November (San Carlo Borromeo), but also on 28 October (Blessed Carlo Gnocchi), 1 July (Santa Carolina di Denain), 9 May or 17 August (Blessed Carolina Gerhardinger [religious name: Maria Teresa of Jesus ]).
0,31% (Istat data) of the Del Paesena male population has this name, which is, especially in recent years, in slight decline (in 1999 it was 0,33%). In Del Paese, almost one million people called Carlo (the most) and Carla, of which Carolina - diminutive of Carola - is a variant that now makes history in itself: 100 honor him and pass. Not bad the same!
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Charles, Lilli or Lilly (diminutive): French;
Charles, Charlie, Charley: English
Karol: Polish, Slavic and Russian;
Cárlos, Carlíto: Portuguese and Spanish;
Carol, Caroline, Charlotte, Lotte, Lilly, Lilì (diminutives): French
Caroline or Karoline, Charlotte or Karlotte, Sharleen, Sharlyne, Carola, Chatty, Lotty and Chat (diminutives): English;
Karola, Karolina: Polish, Slavic and Russian;
Carlóta, Carolina: Spanish;
Karla or Carla, Lotte, Lotti (diminutives): German;
Animal: Male: elephant
Female: ibis or reindeer
Plant: Male: willow
In the feminine: vineyard
Dominant color: Male: red
For women: green or red-brown
READ THE MEANING OF THE NAME CARLO IN THE NAME DICTIONARY OF mymodernparents.com
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