Happy Birthday Carolina Personalized Card
– Happy birthday to you Carolina! I wish you a very special day, sending this Happy Birthday Carolina personalized card to you. Dear Carolina, I wish a bright and beautiful day to you on your special day. This named card was specially designed for Carolina’s birthday. Carolina is also a good name to be given to newborn babies and kids.
Carolina Given Name Meaning & History
GENDER: Feminine; USAGE: Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, English, Swedish. PRONOUNCED: ka-ro-LEE-na (Italian, Spanish), ka-roo-LEE-nə (Portuguese), ker-ə-LIEN-ə (English), kar-ə-LIEN-ə (English). A latinate feminine form of CAROLUS. This is the name of two American states: North and South Carolina. They were named for Charles I, king of England. — Carolina is the Latinate feminine form of the Medieval Latin male name, Carolus – which would eventually evolve into the English and French form of Charles. The name ultimately comes from the Germanic word “Karl” which means ‘free man.’ Caroline became the French version (and ultimately the English by the 17th century). In England, Caroline was adopted by families in the upper-classes, probably influenced by the Stuart Kings Charles I and II. — The name’s etymology is a common Germanic noun “*karlaz” meaning “free man”, which survives in English as “churl”, Old English (Anglo-Saxon) “ċeorl”, which developed its deprecating sense in the Middle English period. In turn this name derives from the West Frankish name “Háriolus”, the pet form of Germanic names beginning with “*harjaz / *charja-“, meaning “army, army leader, commander, warrior”. The name took a Romanic influence. The Germanic “H” would be represented by a “C” in Romanic spelling; this is where the “C” or “K” came in. The feminine form Caroline and Carolina derive from “Carolus” which is Latin for Charles (English) from which it also derives Charlotte and its derivates. The name was notably borne by Charlemagne “Charles the Great” and was at the time Latinized as Karolus as “in Vita Karoli Magni”, later also as Carolus. Charles the Great (German: Karl der Große; Latin: Carolus or Karolus Magnus) or Charles I, was the King of the Franks from 768, the King of Italy from 774, the first Holy Roman Emperor, and the first emperor in western Europe since the collapse of the Western Roman Empire three centuries earlier. — Caroline has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in various spelling in different countries around the world. It was a popular name within royalty, including several queens of Great Britain. Caroline was also the name of Napoleon Bonaparte’s younger sister. Carolina is the name of two U.S. states, North and South Carolina. Famous Carolinas: Carolina Brandes – jazz artist, Carolina Coronado – writer, Carolina Kostner – athlete.