Carolina, pronounced /car oh LEE na/ is the Spanish, Italian and Portuguese feminine form of Charles (Carlos, Carlo). Pronounced /kair oh LINE a/, it's the name of two U.S. States (North and South Carolina). These states were named after King Charles I, who was king of England when they became states (Carolus is the Latin form of Charles). Click here for more forms of Carolina.
See Also: Carla, Charles, Carlos, Charlotte, Caroline

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