Carl Name Etymology
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- Etymological Notes - Indo-European
- the Scandinavian languages, Karl retains its meaning ―man‖.
- Insects and People -- Entomology 101 What's in a Name
- What's in a Name - Etymology in Entomology said Alice, "but its useful to the people that name them, I suppose.
- Etymological Compendium of Cycad Names
- derivation of this name is actually not specific to members of this genus. .. A.
- Chicago Streets
- Arbour Place, 337N 1355 to 1567W. Its name comes from theinterception of the rays of light meaning “A shaded nook or walk or flower arbour”.
- The Name of Achilles: A Revised Etymology
- although many Greek heroic names are etymologically transparent, language, there is no universally accepted etymology either for .. berg: Carl Winter.
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- Carl (name) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Carl, or Karl, is a Scandinavian name originating from old Norse, basically meaning "free man" or just "man".
- Carl | Name Meaning & Origin | Boy Name Carl | Baby Names World
- The meaning of the name Carl is 'Man'.
- Carl | meaning of Carl | name Carl
- Carl meaning and name definition. Meaning of Carl. What does Carl mean?
- Behind the Name: Meaning, Origin and History of the Name Carl
- Meaning & History. German form of CHARLES.
- Names - Meaning of Karl - Name Meaning
- The name Karl means Strong and masculine. in French. The history of Karl originates from a French background.
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