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Caroline (f) The feminine form of Charles (Latin Carolus). The name was popular in the nineteenth century in Scotland, then faded away somewhat in the early part of this century. It was well used again in the 1970’s. Carolyn is a modern spelling of the name which was briefly fashionable in the 1960’s. Other forms used occasionally include Carolyne, Carolynn, Carolynne. The Latinised Carolina is rarely used in Scotland.

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