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Origin: France
Region Origin: Western Europe

Charlie is a gender-neutral name of German origin, meaning "free man". It is derived from the Germanic word "karal," which translates to "free man" or "kerle," meaning "warrior". The name is often used as a nickname for Charles and is related to many beautiful variations, including Charlotte, Charlene, and Charley. In English, Charlie is a boy's name and a diminutive of Charles, which comes from a German word meaning "free man". The name has become popular in recent years, not only for boys but also for girls. It dates back to the Middle Ages when it was very popular in France due to the influence of Charlemagne. Nowadays, Charlie is considered a friendly and genial name, with numerous pop cultural references, such as Charlie Chaplin and Charlie Sheen.

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