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Popular Baby Names starting with C

Name Meaning Gender Origin
Crofton Cottage town; from the enclosed town. Male English
Crofton From the enclosed town Male Irish
Crogher Loves hounds Male Irish
Crohoore Loves hounds Male Irish
Crom Crooked. Male Scottish
Crombwiella Lives by the winding stream. Male English
Crompton From the winding farm. Male English
Cromwell Lives by the winding stream. Male English
Cromwell From the crooked well. Male Scottish
Cromwell 'King Henry the Eighth' Servant to Wolsey. Male Shakespearean
Cronan Dark brown. Male Gaelic
Cronan Little dark one Male Irish
Cronus A Titan. Male Greek
Crosbey Variant of Crosby: By the cross. Male English
Crosbie Variant of Crosby: By the cross. Male English
Crosby dweller near the town crossing Male English
Crosby Dwells at the shrine of the cross. Male Norse
Crosby Dwells by the town. Male Teutonic
Crosland Literally 'cross land'. Male English
Croslea Variant of Crosley: Meadow with a cross. Male English
Crosleah From the cross meadow. Male English
Crosleigh From the cross meadow. Male English
Crosley From the cross meadow. Male English
Crosly From the cross meadow. Male English
Crossland Variant of Crosland: Literally 'cross land'. Male English
Crossley Variant of Crosley: Meadow with a cross. Male English
Crow Hreidar Son of Ofeig Dangle Beard. Male Norse
Crowley Hunch backed Male Irish
Crowther Fiddle player. Male English
Croydon Surname and place-name. Male English
Cruadhlaoich Hunch backed Male Irish
Crubellelasheentaii beautiful young one Female Unknown
Cruim Crooked. Male Scottish
Cruz Cross. Male Portuguese
Cruz Cross. Male Spanish
Crysta Anointed one; a Christian. Female Greek
Crystal A jewel name from the English word crystal, referring to crystal glass, based on the Greek 'krustallos' meaning ice. Also a variant of Christiana, meaning Follower of Christ. Female English
Crystal Feminine form of Christopher: From the Greek word meaning 'carrier of Christ', Famous bearer: St Christopher, patron Saint of travellers, is believed to have carried the Christ-child across a river. Female Greek
Crystal clear, bright, ice Female Latin
Crystal Diminutive of Christopher. Male Scottish
Csaba from mythology, sheperd, wanderer Male Hungarian
Cseke puller, carrier Male Hungarian
Csenger Male Hungarian
Csepel young forest Male Hungarian
Csombor Male Hungarian
Csongor hunting bird Male Hungarian
Ctesippus One of Penelope's suitors. Male Greek
Ctibor An honourable fight. Male Czech
Ctik Variant of Ctibor: An honourable fight. Male Czech
Ctirad Male Czech
Ctislav Variant of Ceslav: Glorious honour. Male Czech
Cuanaic Handsome Male Irish
Cuartio Born fourth. Male Spanish
Cuarto Born fourth. Male Spanish
Cubert Legendary son of Daere. Male Welsh
Cuc chrysanthemum Female Vietnamese
Cuchulain Mythical Hound of Ulster. Male Celtic
Cudamani Jewel Worn on the Crest Male Indian
Cudaratna Jewel of the Crest; Excellent; Best Male Indian
Cuddle This diminutive of Cuthbert may have given rise to the Scottish dialect word 'cuddy', meaning donkey. Male Scottish
Cuddy This diminutive of Cuthbert may have given rise to the Scottish dialect word 'cuddy', meaning donkey. Male Scottish
Cuifen emerald fragrance Female Chinese
Cuilean Cub. Male Gaelic
Cuini Queen. Female Gaelic
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