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Gender: Female Origin of Charlotta: Swedish variation of Charlotta

Charlotta Origin and Meaning:

The name Charlotta is a girl's name of Swedish origin.

This form of Charlotte, long obscure, is sure to grow in popularity along with the explosion of Charlotte. It's pretty and feminine and a nice spin on the more familiar version. In Germany, short form Lotta is popular.

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paulapuddephatt Says:

2016-11-29T19:33:30

I say it as Shar-LOT-a - like charlotte, but 'otta' at the end, as per Carlotta. If it was written as Carlotta, then that would be Car-lotta. I could be wrong, though. I just guessed based upon what seemed logical.

paulapuddephatt Says:

2016-11-29T19:30:15

I noticed that. It's a clearly a typo, but needs fixing.

LilianaPearl Says:

2016-08-22T12:42:00

Miss Lavendar's house maid in the Anne of Green Gables series ;)

Toya B Says:

2016-08-22T08:08:19

In the 'origin' it is listed as a variation of itself, rather than of Charlotte. This needs fixing.

LilianaPearl Says:

2016-08-22T02:25:32

I'm so sorry! I haven't been able to access my account until just now. I say it Like Sharlotta but I don't know the official correct pronunciation.

megan7410 Says:

2015-10-14T00:41:46

I know right?! I always think of that. The way she was written always gave me a great visual, with her big bow! I've always said this name "Car-lotta" is that how it's pronounced?

Jamie_The_Writer Says:

2015-10-08T01:54:44

Who?

LilianaPearl Says:

2015-10-04T18:21:29

I think this name is very pretty, and a good alternative to the popular Charlotte.
It also reminds me of a character in the Anne of Green Gables series.