Carol/Carroll, tomato/tomato.<quoted text>
Don't ya' think I would have spelled it "Carroll" if I were a man?
Then again, you still think it's all Bush's fault.
No surprise...your confusion about less important things, I mean.
ORIGIN AND HISTORY
Though the name Carol was originally a masculine name derived from the Latin "Carolus," today it is primarily regarded as a feminine name, including the short form of "Caroline." Carol is also used to refer to the English word meaning "song" or "hymn."
•Carol I, King of Romania (1839-1914), personally led his troops during the Russo-Turkish War, achieving full independence from the Ottoman Empire. He was the first ruler of the Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen dynasty.
• Carol II, King of Romania (1893-1953), was known more for his romantic scandals than his leadership skills. He abdicated the throne in 1925 in favor of his son due to an affair.
•A carol is a festive song, such as a Christmas carol.
• Carol is the name used by Mazda since 1961 for its keicars (small automobiles).
A caroling we will go.
Can we call you Christmas Carol during this festive time of the year?
Or would you prefer Lamenting Lorac due to the outcome of the election?