Origin:Scandinavian
Meaning:From the swampy place
Meaning "from the swampy place," Karr is a Scandinavian boy's name derived from the old Norse word kjarr. The swampy place is the habitat of the world-famous ogre Shrek, his wife Fiona, and their children. Although suitable for an ogre, a swampy place is a nightmare location for a Karr. The name arrived circa 1066 initially as a surname and parked alongside its Irish and Celtic derivations, Carr and Kerr. Your little Karr will instantly make people think of one of the greatest innovations of the 20th century. Karr can tell everyone that their birth is one of the greatest of the 21st century.
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