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Popular Baby Names starting with C

Name Meaning Gender Origin
Carine Pure. Female French
Carine Little darling. Female Latin
Carinna Little darling. Female Latin
Carisa Artistic. Female Latin
Carissa Very dear. Female Greek
Carissa Tender Touch Female Indian
Carissa Artistic or giving; Very dear. Female Latin
Carissima Dearest. Female Latin
Carita Variant of Cara: Dear, beloved. From the feminine form of the Italian 'cara' or the Latin 'carus'. Female Italian
Carita Giving; Beloved. Female Latin
Caritas Giving. Female Latin
Caritra Character; Nature; Behaviour Male Indian
Carl Man. Famous Bearer: astronomer Carl Sagan. Male English
Carl manly Male Filipino
Carl Variant of the Germanic form of Charles, meaning a man. Male German
Carl Farmer Male Indian
Carl one who is strong, man Male Teutonic
Carla Feminine variant of Charles: manly. Female English
Carla Feminine form of Carl: Variant of the Germanic form of Charles, meaning: a man. Female German
Carla Fem Form of Carl Female Indian
Carla one who is strong, woman Female Teutonic
Carla, Carol feminine form of Charles Female Filipino
Carlatun From Carl's farm. Male English
Carleen Feminine form of Carl: Variant of the Germanic form of Charles, meaning: a man. Female German
Carleen Little and womanly Female Irish
Carleigh freeholder Female German, Gaelic, Scots, Irish
Carlen woman Female Teutonic
Carlene Feminine form of Carl: Variant of the Germanic form of Charles, meaning: a man. Female German
Carles The Spanish form of Charles; meaning strong or manly, occasionally used in English-speaking countries. Male Spanish
Carleton Peasants' settlement. Derived from a surname and place name; based on Old English.Free men's town. Male English
Carleton Carl's town Male Old-English
Carlie Small champion. Male Gaelic
Carlin little champion Male Gaelic
Carlin a man. Male German
Carlin Little champion Male Irish
Carling Little champion. Female Gaelic
Carling hill wehre old women or witches gather Female Old-English
Carling Variant of Carlin: Small champion. Male Gaelic
Carlino Manly. Male Italian
Carlino Variant of Carlos: Man (Spanish variant of Charles). Male Spanish
Carlisle From the protected tower; from the walled city. Also a place name in Britain. Male English
Carlisle 'King Richard The Second' Bishop of Carlisle. Male Shakespearean
Carlo man Male Filipino
Carlo Strong. Male French
Carlo The Italian form of Charles; meaning strong or manly, occasionally used in English-speaking countries. Male Italian
Carlo Variant of Carlos: Man (Spanish variant of Charles). Male Spanish
Carlomagno Charles the Great. Male Spanish
Carlos free man Male Filipino
Carlos Strong. Male French
Carlos Strong and Manly Male Indian
Carlos Manly. Male Spanish
Carlota Petite or Feminine Female Indian
Carlotta Feminine variant of Charles: manly. Female English
Carlotta Tiny and feminine. Also a feminine variant of Charles meaning manly. Female French
Carlotta An Italian form of Charles, meaning strong. Female Italian
Carlson Variant of Carlton 'free men's town.'. Male English
Carlton Peasants' settlement. Derived from a surname and place name; based on Old English.Free men's town. Male English
Carlton From Carl's Farm Male Indian
Carlton From the land between the streams. Male Scottish
Carly Feminine form of Carl: Variant of the Germanic form of Charles, meaning: a man. Female German
Carly Form of Caroline Female Indian
Carly little, womanly Female Latin
Carly Diminutive of Carlin: Small champion. Male Gaelic
Carlyle Variant of Carlisle: From the protected tower; from the walled city. Male English
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