Carmen

Carmen

Carmen

Carmen

From the Latin "carmen", which means singing, this name is the Spanish form of Carmel. The success of Georges Bizet's opera Carmen (1875) contributed to its growth. Unusual, but known to all and worn around the world, this name of passion and character remains an original choice. Saint Carmen, Andalusian of the thirteenth century, lived in Paris where his father was ambassador. She founded the convent of the Carmelites.His party :July 16th.Its derivatives:Carmelle, Carmela, Carmelia, Carmencita, Carmina, Carmine.