Carlo

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From Italian Carlo, from Latin Carolus, from Germanic

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Carlo (plural Carlos)

  1. A male given name from Italian, equivalent to English Charles
    • 1867, Frances Trollope, "Mabel's Progress", All the Year Round, June 15, 1867, page 579:
      Charles, come here and be presented to your cousin, Mabel Earnshaw. His name is Carlo, but I couldn't possibly call him by it; it sounds so like a dog. At least, pronounced in my English fashion. And I can't roll my r's.

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin Carolus, from Germanic.

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Carlo m

  1. A male given name, equivalent to English Charles.

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