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Charlene

See also: Charlène

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EtymologyEdit

A feminine form of Charles coined in the nineteenth century.

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Charlene

  1. A female given name; best used in the U.S. in the 1940s.
    • 1997 Roderick Peter MacIntyre: Takes: Stories for Young Adults, Thistledown Press, ISBN 1895449545, page 58
      "Be grateful for our blessings, Charlie." My name's really Charlene. Sounds like a southern romance, Fabio drooling over Charlene's heaving bosom. I'm no Charlene, even at fourteen.

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