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Popular Baby Names starting with C

Name Meaning Gender Origin
Capucius 'King Henry the Eighth' Ambassador from the Emperor Charles V Male Shakespearean
Capulet 'The Tragedy of Romeo And Juliet' Juliet's Father, head of the Capulet house, at variance with the Montagues. Male Shakespearean
Car Fighter. Male Celtic
Cara Friend. Female Celtic
Cara Feminine variant of Charles: manly. Female English
Cara Dear, beloved. From the feminine form of the Italian 'cara' or the Latin 'carus'. Female Italian
Cara Doe; Beloved. Female Latin
Cara dear, diamond Female Latin, Vietnamese
Caradawc Son of Bran. Male Arthurian-Legend
Caradawg Legendary father of Eudav. Male Welsh
Caradoc amiable Female Welsh
Caradoc Son of Bran. Male Arthurian-Legend
Caradoc Dearly loved. Male Celtic
Caradoc Affection; amiable. Famous bearer: First century British king Caradoc, better known as King Caractacus. Male Welsh
Caradog Variant of Caradoc: Affection; amiable. Male Welsh
Caraid Friend Female Irish
Caraidland From the land between the streams. Male Scottish
Carajean sweet melody Female Unknown
Caraka Wanderer; A Wandering Religious Student Male Indian
Caralea Beloved. Female Latin
Caralee Beloved. Female Latin
Caralisa Beloved. Female Latin
Caralyn Feminine variant of Charles: manly. Female English
Caramichil Friend of Saint Michael. Male Gaelic
Carbry Charioteer. Male Celtic
Carcas The covering of a lamb. [Non-Gerderized Biblical Name] Male Biblical
Carcika N/A Female Indian
Cardea Protectress of hinges. Female Latin
Carden from the black fortress Male Celtic
Cardew From the black fort. Male Celtic
Careah Bald, ice. Male Biblical
Caree Abbreviation of Carol and Caroline from the masculine Charles meaning manly. Female English
Carel strong Male French
Carella Beloved. Female Latin
Carena Little darling. Female Latin
Caress Tender touch. Female French
Caressa Tender touch. Female French
Caresse beloved Female Filipino
Caresse beloved Female French
Carew run Female Latin
Carew From the fortress. Male Celtic
Carey The dark one. Female Celtic
Carey Abbreviation of Carol and Caroline from the masculine Charles meaning manly. Female English
Carey From the fortress. Male Celtic
Carey Of the dark ones Male Irish
Carey dear, pleasant stream Male Latin
Carey Near the castle; from the castle. Male Welsh
Carha a pillar stone Female Latin
Cari Beloved. Female Latin
Cari flows like water Female Turkish
Caria Rotten. Female Latin
Cariana Little darling. Female Latin
Caries Rotten. Female Latin
Carillie Beloved. Female Latin
Carilyn Feminine variant of Charles: manly. Female English
Carilynne Feminine variant of Charles: manly. Female English
Cariman Beauty; Movable Male Indian
Carin Keel; Little darling. Female Latin
Carina Pure. Female French
Carina Beloved; Keel of a Ship; Pure; Dear Little One; Darling Female Indian
Carina Variant of Cara: Dear, beloved. From the feminine form of the Italian 'cara' or the Latin 'carus'. Female Italian
Carina Keel; Little darling. Female Latin
Carina a keel, beloved, dear Female Latin, Italian
Carine friend Female Armenian
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