Carolina, female name of Germanic origin derived from Carlos "Karl",its meaning is "The one who is smart"
History and the Saint
Carolina Kózka, virgin and martyrHe was born in Poland in 1898, into a family of great Christian fervor. During the First World War, in the invasion of Poland, Carolina was attacked and outraged; dies defending his virginity. It is known as "Tarnow's star". John Paul II beatified her on June 10, 1987.
It is commemorated on November 18.
Carolina variant in its abbreviated form: Lina (Linen); diminutive of Carolina: Carol, derived from Charles and Carla.
Carolina in other languages:
- Catalan: Carolina;
- French and English: Caroline;
- Italian: Caroline.
Famous people, famous historical figures by the name of Carolina:
- Carolina Coronado, was born in Badajoz in 1823; romantic poet; among his most outstanding poems, we will quote: "The Palm"; "The white rose"or"To Alberto" among others.
- Carolina HerreraBorn in Venezuela in 1939, a designer with international fame representing the fashion of the last quarter of the 20th century; a marked trend in haute couture.
- Carolina of Monaco, Princess of Monaco, was born in 1957, daughter of Prince Rainero and Princess Grace de Kelly.