Other Origin(s):Dutch, German, Russian
Karman is a gender-neutral name that comes packed with fascinating origins. Karman derives from the Hebrew Karmel (also spelled as Carmel), which means “garden” and “orchard” and refers to the garden of God. Karman also derives from Dutch, German, and Russian occupational surnames for various crafts, including carters and bag makers. What’s more, this versatile appellation is an Arabic name typically given to boys, meaning “generous” and “selfless.” A name rich in origins will give you and baby the freedom to find your personal connection with Karman. This sleek and sophisticated title won’t let baby Karman down.
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