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'''Carl''' is a name used by [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]] for several characters in Middle-earth, and is a name in its own right outside the [[legendarium]].
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'''Carl''' can refer to:
  
 
==Middle-earth==
 
==Middle-earth==
Probably related to the [[Rohirric]] '''[[Ceorl]]''', '''Carl''' was used by several Hobbits in the ancestry of the [[Cotton Family]].  
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Potentially connected to the [[Rohirric]] '''[[Ceorl]]''', '''Carl''' was used by several Hobbits in the ancestry of the [[Cotton Family]].  
* [[Carl (Son of Cottar)]]
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* [[Carl (Son of Cottar)|Carl]] (born {{SR|1263}}), the second son of [[Cottar]].
* [[Carl Cotton]], son of [[Tolman Cotton Senior]]
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* [[Carl Cotton|Carl "Nibs" Cotton]] (born {{SR|1389}}), youngest son of [[Tolman Cotton Senior]].
 
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* [[Sandyman]] the miller, who in [[The Hobbit (2003 video game)|''The Hobbit'' (2003 video game)]] was called "Carl Sandyman".
 
==Real world==
 
==Real world==
'''Carl''' is, in English, a rare version of '''Charles'''.
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'''Carl''' and '''Karl''' are German versions of '''Charles'''.
  
* [[Carl F. Hostetter]], linguist.
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* Carl Groves, lead vocalist of ''[[Glass Hammer]]''
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* [[Carl Hague]], actor.
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* [[Carl F. Hostetter]], linguist and editor of ''[[Vinyar Tengwar]]''.
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* [[Carl Lundgren]], artist.
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* [[Carl Phelpstead]], author.
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* [[Carl Willner]], author.
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* [[Karl Urban]], actor who played [[Éomer]] in [[The Lord of the Rings (film series)|''The Lord of the Rings'' (film series)]].
  
 
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Revision as of 18:21, 11 December 2012

Carl can refer to:

Middle-earth

Potentially connected to the Rohirric Ceorl, Carl was used by several Hobbits in the ancestry of the Cotton Family.

Real world

Carl and Karl are German versions of Charles.

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