Wednesday, April 4, 2012


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See Carl (name)#Notable people or Charles#Royalty for royalty with similar names. Karl of Austria - last Austrian Emperor
Karl der Große - commonly known in English as Charlemagne

KArl as first name
Karl (mythology), the ancestor of the peasants according to Norse mythology, see Ríg (Norse god)
Karl Auerbach, computer scientist
Karl Bartos, German musician
Karl Becker, German engineer and officer
Karl Becker, German painter
Karl Becker, German philologist
Karl Benz, German engineer
Karl Blossfeldt, German artist
Karl Briullov, Russian Painter
Karl Davies, English actor
Karl Dönitz (1891–1980), German admiral
Karl Amadeus Hartmann, German composer
Karl Haushofer, German geopolitician
Karl Hess, American comedian
Karl Jaspers, German philosopher
Karl-Otto Koch, German Nazi commandant of the Nazi concentration camps at Buchenwald and Sachsenhausen
Karl Kraus, Austrian writer
Karl Christian Friedrich Krause, German philosopher
Karl Kruszelnicki, Australian television and radio personality
Karl Lagerfeld, German fashion designer
Karl Landsteiner, Austrian biologist and physician
Karl Lucas.English Actor and Comedian
Karl Malden (1912–2009), American actor
Karl Malone, American basketball player
Karl Marx, Prussian philosopher, father of communism
Karl Pilkington, English podcaster, author and former radio producer, star of The Ricky Gervais Show and An Idiot Abroad
Karl Popper, Austrian/British philosopher
Karl Power, British prankster
Karl Rapp, German engineer
Karl Rove, American political advisor
Karl Stromberg, fictional James Bond villain
Karl Urban, New Zealand actor
Karl Virtanen (born 1971), Sweden-Finnish journalist
Karl Edward Wagner, American writer, editor and publisher
Karl Walken, fictional Black Cat mayor
Karl Weierstrass, German mathematician
Karl Wendlinger, Austrian race car driver
Karl as surname
Coby Karl, American basketball player
George Karl, American basketball coach

[edit] In myth
Karl, giant in Icelandic myth, associated with Drangey island

[edit] Other uses of Karl
Karl-Gerät, 600mm German mortar used in the Second World War.
Karl, Germany, municipality in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
Karl (comedy prize), Austrian comedy prize
KARL, the KAiserslautern Register Transfer Language, a register transfer language
Mörser Karl was a series of German 600mm mortars designed to bombard heavily fortified positions during World War II
Korean Amateur Radio League
KARL is the name of the software used by the KARLProject as an open source Knowledge Management Systems
ST Karl, Swedish tugboat requisitioned during the Second World War as ST Empire Henchman

adding to the list: KJ's great grandpa Howard Karl Dailey
Karl Joseph Dailey (K.J.)

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