what does charlotte mean in japanese?

i know that translated it is sharotto or something like that but i cant find anywhere that tells me what it means i found ne website bu they had the same meaning for about 5o meanings in a row so dont use that so please help 🙂

5 answers by real people - what does charlotte mean in japanese?

  • 1 month ago

    The word Charlotte does not have any meaning as Japanese because it’s not a Japanese word.

  • Kaz
    1 month ago

    It doesn’t mean anything; it’s just the Japanese way of saying/writing the name Charlotte.

  • Darumu J
    1 month ago

    The name of cake.

    In Japanese use Katakana only. <シャルロット>


    Very sweet and yum !!

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    its meaning is just “little and womanly” feminine dimunitive of Charles. It has nothing related with any Japanese culture and/or background. So there is no mean as meaning about it in Japanese except onomatopoeic “シャーロッテ(shaarotte)”.

  • Tokyo
    1 month ago

    Do you mean “シャーロット”?


    It doesn’t mean anything in Japanese – as far as I know – other than whatever it already means in English. For example, there is a city named Charlotte, some girls named Charlotte, a sports team, a band (Good Charlotte), and various other similar things.

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