- Spanish Carmen, cognate with English Carmel. Made famous outside Spain by the opera Carmen (1875) by Georges Bizet. (Wiktionary)
“Have you noticed that the name Carmen is usual reserved for Italian guys?”
“Now, everybody on the planet is doing it, including Planet Cake, from Australia, which makes what it calls the Carmen Electra Couture Cake.”
“It was just a name Carmen's younger "God sister" came up with.”
“Del Carmen is the best hospital I have ever seen euither in Mexico, the U.S. or Europe.”
“Carmen is working upon a Kuali project, which will be a brand new system for a University, partnering with school similar to Berkley, MIT to emanate open source program for all universities.”
“Beyer, please contact me or let him know, daughter: Carmen, is looking for him in New Braunfels, Tx. (830) 632-5387 Hope to hear from you soon dad.”
“Eric Carmen is in Cleveland, and he's recording the song.”
“And I think with the Denalis Carmen is the least essential.”
“This lady has a small workshop of the name Carmen's Embroidery and a store where she sells her products and handicrafts.”
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