Name Karelle - Meaning and origin

Name Karelle - Meaning and origin

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Origin of first name:

Germanic, Greek, Latin

Meaning of the name:

"Karelle" is a variant of the name "Carine". Inspired by the Greek "carus" and taken from Latin "cara", it means "beloved".

Karelle is the one we cherish.

"Karelle" is a name composed of the Germanic roots "Karl" and "lind" meaning respectively "strong" and "sweet".


Author and journalist Karelle Menine (author of the stories of "The little girl of the tree"), French journalist and TV columnist Karelle Ternier, Canadian actress Karelle Tremblay, French actress and director Karelle Prugnaud, the painter and writer Karel Van Mander ...

Carine is a Christian saint who lived in northern Asia Minor in the third century. She was martyred with her family during the persecution of Julian the Apostate.

His character :

Karelle is a brave and obstinate woman. She has a taste for risk and does not hesitate to go headlong when circumstances dictate. Optimistic by nature, she always takes life on the right side and has a flawless determination. Ambitious, she connects projects, knows how to be resourceful as well as tenacious. Intelligent, she turns out to be a first class speaker. An authoritarian and unshakable woman, she has a lot of confidence in her. With her argumentative skills, she easily manages to rally her entourage to her cause. Her well-hung tongue supported by her natural charm makes her irresistible.


Karel, Carel, Carelle, Karele ...

His party :

People named "Karelle" are honored on November 7th.

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