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Origin: Kenya
Region Origin: Eastern Africa

The name Carol is of British origin and has a meaning of "joyful song". It is a gender-neutral name, but it is more commonly used as a female name. The name has various origins, including the European continental spelling of the English Charles, the Germanic Carl, and the Latin Carolus. In English Baby Names, it is a feminine form of Charles, meaning "strong or manly". In French Baby Names, it means "song of happiness". Carol has also been associated with the Christmas holiday, making it a fitting choice for babies born in December. It is a popular name in various countries, including the United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, England, Wales, France, and others. Some alternative spellings of the name are Karol, Carole, Carroll, Caryl, and Carol.

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