Charlotte

Charlotte Meaning and Origin

The name Charlotte is a girl’s name meaning “free man” and is of French origin. The name Charlotte is the feminine form of Charles derived from German Karl. The name Charlotte became more widely used in the 18th century with the marriage of King George III of England to Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. It became particularly popular in English-speaking countries during the 19th century. Famous people named Charlotte include author Charlotte Bronte, actress Charlotte Rampling, and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, daughter of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. The name has several variations in different languages, including Carlota (Spanish), Karla (Czech and Slovak), and Sharlotta (Russian).

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