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Origin: Kenya
Region Origin: Eastern Africa

Caroline is a feminine name with origins in Italian, French, and Scottish cultures, and it is the feminine version of Charles. The name has various meanings, including "strong," "free woman," and "song of happiness," depending on the language root. The name Caroline has been popular for centuries, with notable bearers such as 18th-century Caroline of Ansbach, the German wife of English King George II. Other famous Caroles include Lady Caroline Lamb, who had a liaison with poet Lord Byron, and Queen Caroline of Great Britain, born in 1683, who was a keen collector of miniatures, cameos, and intaglios. The name has several variations, such as Carolyn, Carolina, and Carrie, and it has been consistently popular, remaining in the top 100 since 2000 and growing in popularity.

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