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Charlotte [shahr-luht][1] is a female given name of French origin. It is a female version of Charles. The moniker Charlotte has French roots and signifies "free man" or "petite." Its etymology can be traced back to the Old German name Karl, which connotes "man" or "husband."[2] This name was ranked #3 on the US Popular Female Names in 2021.[3] There are many famous people having the name, including Charlotte Church, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Charlotte Arnold. The most famous fictional character with the name is the spider in Charlotte's Web.

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  1. "Definition of charlotte |". Retrieved 2023-03-16.
  2. "Charlotte name Meaning and Origin". Retrieved 2023-03-27.
  3. OACT. "Popular Baby Names". Retrieved 2023-03-27.