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Popularity Over Time: How Many Girls Have Been Named Carole
This chart illustrates how many Girls were named Carole in the U.S. since 1880.
A few facts about the girl's name Carole:
Records indicate that 108,536 girls in the United States have been named Carole since 1880.
The greatest number of people were given this name in 1942, when 8,412 people in the U.S. were given the name Carole. Those people are now 75 years old.
So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.
Comments about the name Carole
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4 Positive Comments
"I like my name and think it has a nice upbeat musical feeling to it. I always have to say it is Carole with an "e". Sometimes people are confused by the spelling and call me "Carole Lee". If I could have chosen my name I would have picked "Caroline". It is a more enduring, classic name." Dec. 13, 2009:
"My name is Carole, as a child everyone wanted to leave the E off, so I asked my Mom why she put the E on my name and she replied, because it looks finished. As I got older I am glad she added the E and agree with her that is does look finished, and it is finished." Dec. 16, 2007:
"My name is Ashleigh. I am 26 years old and am engaged to a handsome young man named Harry. My first daughter will be named Carole. If I have two more they will be Lily and Ruth Rose. My first son would be Klaus, and my next two runner ups would be Paul and David." Jul. 28, 2007:
"My name is Carole. Most people leave the "e" off. I love my name. I am a musical person in keeping with its meaning." Dec. 22, 2005:
7 Neutral Comments
"Unlike other posts I have never liked my name. What possesses a woman to look at a cute baby and call it Carole, whether with or without the e! I was born in 1971 U.K. To a Scottish woman tho brought up in England. I have only ever met other Carol/e's who are at the very least 15 years older than me! So old fashioned. I do however agree I prefer it with an e, but in a twist to the tale, at age 14 a letter came through to me without the e, I said this to my mum who then confessed that actually, she happened to have my birth certificate in her bag for some reason and showed me I didn't after all have the e! Some confusion there as dad said he wanted the e and mum didn't, but she said it was the other way round! First choice of dad was actually Caroline, but mum was adamant against that - at least that is one thing we agree on. U.K. Stats for 2016 show Carol/e as th third least popular name! But it's mine now, what else would I be called? Gillian - good god, my middle name - they must have flipping hated me! Lol (they didn't!)" May. 24, 2017:
"I have always loved my name, Carole. I was named after Carole Lombard, which of course made me feel special. I too, felt when people left the "e" off of my name that it wasn't me." Apr. 27, 2016:
"I have to say, I am glad my parents added the e at the end of my name. It drives me crazy when people leave the e off. I think it looks a lot better with it. I always have to say carole with a e too !!" Dec. 12, 2014:
"I love having an e on the end of my name. Without the e it just isn't me. In this new age of e-mail and e-commerce etc, I have now
have to say "Carole with an 'e' on the end" because I once got a letter sent to Ecarol!!!" Nov. 10, 2012:
"Carole came to my school to lead our INSET taniring for a mixed group of teaching, support and care staff. (We are a residential school).Carole's taniring gave us a great deal of insight, not just into the behaviours and emotional state of our young people, but into our own. She helped us to see how we could have a greater impact on the young people in our care by having a greater understanding of ourselves.The relaxation at the end of the day was the best I've ever experienced. For the first time in ages I felt my shoulders soften and some of my tension subside.Thankyou Carole- a great day and real food for thought!Lis (Head teacher- residential special school)" Apr. 13, 2012:
"I'm glad my folks added the "e" -- it is a softer looking spelling than Carol without the "e." Also, it was the name of the wife of my all-time favorite movie star -- Clark Gable." Oct. 24, 2007:
"This is my name and I always have to say "It is Carole with an 'e' at the end to anyone taking down information. Thanks, Mom." Jan. 26, 2006:
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