Carola



a female given name, form of Carol.
Contemporary Examples

Carola Saavedra was born in Chile, spent time in France, Germany, and Spain, and now lives in Rio.
Granta’s Brazil Issue Tells the Country’s New Story Mac Margolis November 20, 2012

Historical Examples

To Carola Brune, who was a year younger, he seemed perfect as a playmate, but she simply could not imagine him as a husband.
The Unknown Quantity Henry van Dyke

Aunt Carola would have embraced her—and I should have liked to do so myself.
Lady Baltimore Owen Wister

Carola moved about in the shadow, lighting the candles on the mantle-piece and the tall lamp beside the piano.
The Unknown Quantity Henry van Dyke

And how does your Aunt Carola do in these contemptible times?
Lady Baltimore Owen Wister

Queen Carola is a good soul though she doesn’t dare call her soul her own.
Secret Memoirs: The Story of Louise, Crown Princess Henry W. Fischer

The little sigh in these words did great credit to Aunt Carola.
Lady Baltimore Owen Wister

The dancers joined in the refrain, vaunting the pleasures of the May and the delights of love in rhythms suited to the Carola.
Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature John Addington Symonds

Carola enjoyed it all—but there was a look in her face, half sad, half smiling, as if she remembered something better.
The Unknown Quantity Henry van Dyke

Queen Carola was very nice, giving the impression that she would be more lovely still if she dared.
Secret Memoirs: The Story of Louise, Crown Princess Henry W. Fischer

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