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Gender: F Meaning of Charlotte: "free man" Origin of Charlotte: French, feminine diminutive of Charles Charlotte's Popularity in 2012: #19

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Charlotte is an elegant royal name, with a host of widely varied role models, from Charlotte Bronte to the spidery Charlotte of E. B. White's Web to the more recent Charlotte York, aka the prissy one, of Sex and the City. Charlotte is appealing to a wide range of parents because it sounds feminine yet grownup, sophisticated yet lush.

The name was popularized by England's Queen Charlotte Sophia, wife of King George III who ruled in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, was the mother of fifteen children and a patron of Mozart and Bach; Charlotte and George ruled England during the French and American revolutions.

Charlotte is now a pop culture staple--it was Scarlett Johansson's character in Lost in Translation and has been featured on TV shows like Lost and Revenge. The band Good Charlotte was named for a children's book with that title. An all-around winner of a name, Charlotte has been chosen by Dylan McDermott, Colin Hanks and Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. Nameberry favorite Charlotte, number one on this site in recent years, is climbing in popularity on the overall charts here and abroad.

In addition to Charlie, Lottie makes a cute nickname.

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Famous People Named Charlotte

Charlotte Perkins Gilman, American writer and sociologist
Charlotte Armstrong, American author
Charlotte McKinney, American model
Charlotte Perriand, French architect and designer
Charlotte Sometimes, American singer
Charlotte Bronte, novelist
Charlotte Marie Pomeline Casiraghi, daughter of Princess Caroline of Monaco
Charlotte Maria Church, Welsh classical singer 'Voice of an Angel'
Charlotte Sullivan, Canadian actress (Rookie Blue)
Charlotte Letitia Crosby, reality star from MTV's Geordie Shore
Charlotte Martin, American singer
Charlotte Jaconelli and John Antoine, known collectively as Jonathan and Charlotte, an English classical crossover duo
Charlotte Rae, American actress
Charlotte Lewis, English actress
Charlotte D'Amboise, American actress
Charlotte Gainsbourg, French actress and singer
Charlotte Corday, assassin of the French revolutionary leader Jean-Paul Marat
Charlotte Hawkins Brown, American educator
(Charlotte) Kemp Muhl, American fashion model
Charlotte Free, American fashion model
Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt, American whistleblower and freelance writer
Charlotte Salt, English actress
Charlotte Arnold, Canadian actress
Charlotte Elizabeth Tomlinson, sister of singer Louis Tomlinson of One Direction
Charlotte Kay Hansen, daughter of Brendan Hansen
Charlotte Zolotow, American writer
Charlotte Valandrey, French actress
Charlotte Janelle Dolenz, daughter of "Monkee" Micky Dolenz
Charlotte Emily, daughter of actress Embeth Davidtz
Charlotte Sarah Lawrence (b. 2000), daughter of Bill Lawrence and Christa Miller
Charlotte Grace Prinze (b. 2009), daughter of Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr.
Charlotte Easton Gillies (b. 2013), daughter of Rachael Leigh Cook and Daniel Gillies
Charlotte, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg (born Charlotte Adelgonde Elise/Elisabeth Marie Wilhelmine), reigned from 1919 to 1964

Pop Culture References for the Name Charlotte

Charlotte, titular character of the children's book "Charlotte's Web"
Charlotte witch obsessed with cheesecake, Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica.
Charlotte Lucas, character from Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice"
Charlotte Charles (aka Chuck), character on cult classic "Pushing Daisies"
Charlotte York, character from "Sex and the City"
Charlotte "Charlie," in "Shadow of a Doubt"
Charlotte Staples Lewis, character on U.S. series "Lost'
"Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte" movie
Charlotte, character in movie "Lost in Translation"
Charlotte Adams, from Disney's "As the Bell Rings"
Charlotte Branwell, character from the Infernal Devices trilogy by Cassandra Clare
Charlotte "Charlie" Duncan, TV character of the show "Good Luck Charlie"
Charlotte Russe, women's clothing line
Charlotte La Bouff, character from The Princess and the Frog
"Good Charlotte", a children's book by Carol Beach York
Good Charlotte, American band who got their name from the children's book
Charlotte Grayson from Tv series Revenge
Sarah-Charlotte Sherwood, character in "The Face on the Milk Carton"
Charlotte Anne Jane, from TV series "The Mentalist"
Charlotte McKenzie, character from the "Grown Ups" movies
Charlotte Dennon - character in "Elf"
Charlotte King, character in Private Practice TV show
Charlotte Sometimes, 2002 film
The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle - children's book
Charlotte St. John, character in "The Wives he Forgot"
Charlotte, a third-tier city in North Carolina, USA
Charlotte Amalie, capitol of the US Virgin Islands

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Charlotte's International Variations

Karlotta (Greek) Sarolta (Hungarian) Séarlait (Irish Gaelic) Carlotta (Italian) Sharlotta (Russian) Carlota (Spanish) Charlotta (Swedish)