What is the meaning of the name "Charmaine"?

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The name "Charmaine" is of English origin and means "charm." In America, the meaning of the name "Charmaine" is "song." "Charmaine" also has French origins and is thought to be a feminization of the traditional name Charles.

"Charmaine" is a girl's name that has two syllables and is pronounced "shar-MAYNE." The name is a possible variant of "Charmian," the name of one of Cleopatra's attendants in Shakespeare's play "Anthony and Cleopatra." It may also derive from the old Roman family name, "Carminea," and is possibly related to "Carmen" or "Caroline." Alternate spellings of the name "Charmaine" include "Charmain," "Charmane," "Sharmyn," 'Sharmayne" and "Sharmane."

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