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Origin: Denmark
Region Origin: Northern Europe

Charlotte is a feminine given name, a female form of the male name Charles. The name has French or Italian origins and means "free man" or "petite". The name dates back to at least the 14th century and has been used by several royals and nobles throughout history, such as Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales and Queen Charlotte of England. Some famous people named Charlotte include novelist Charlotte Brontë, who wrote the 19th-century novel Jane Eyre, and Princess Charlotte, Duchess of Valentinois, who was the second wife of King Louis XI of France. The name Charlotte has remained popular over time, ranking as the 31st most popular girl name in the United States in 2013 and being the most popular name for girls in Australia in the same year. The origin of the name Charlotte is derived from the French male name "Charlotte," which means "little Charles". In its feminine form, Charlotte embraces the meaning of being "petite" and "little".

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