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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Cabal ArthurianLegend Arthur's dog. M
2 Cabbon Biblical As though understanding. M

3 Cabe English Variant of surname Cable: Ropemaker. M
4 Cable English Ropemaker. An English surname. M
5 Cabul Biblical Displeasing, dirty. M
6 Cacamwri ArthurianLegend Servant. M
7 Cacanisius Irish Son of Nis. M
8 Cace Irish Variant of Casey: Observant; alert; vigorous. M
9 Cacey Irish Variant of Casey: Observant; alert; vigorous. M
10 Cachamwri Celtic Mythical servant of Arthur. M
11 Cachi Spanish Bringer of peace. M
12 Cacue Latin Son of Vukan. M
13 Cadabyr English From the warrior's settlement. M

14 Cadao Vietnamese Song. M
15 Cadarn Welsh Strong. M
16 Cadawg Welsh Battle sharp. M
17 Cadby English From the warrior's settlement. M
18 Cadby Norse From the warrior's settlement. M
19 Cadda English Warring. M
20 Caddaham English From the soldier's land. M
21 Caddaric English Battle leader. M
22 Caddarik English Battle leader. M
23 Caddawyc English From the warrior's town. M
24 Caddell Welsh Variant of Cadell: Small battle; spirit of the battle. M
25 Caddoc Welsh Battle sharp. M
26 Caddock Welsh War-ready; battle sharp. M
27 Cade Shakespearean 'Henry VI, Part 2' Jack Cade, a rebel. M
28 Cade Welsh Diminutive of Cadell: Small battle; spirit of the battle. M
29 Cadel Welsh Variant of Cadell: Small battle; spirit of the battle. M
30 Cadell Celtic Warring. M
31 Cadell Welsh Small battle; spirit of the battle. M
32 Cadellin Welsh Legendary father of Gweir. M
33 Caden Welsh Spirit of battle. See also Kade. M
34 Cadhla Irish Handsome. M
35 Cadi Arabic Luck. M
36 Cadman Anglo-Saxon Warrior. M
37 Cadman Celtic Fighter. M
38 Cadman Welsh Warrior. M
39 Cadmon Welsh Warrior. M
40 Cadmus Greek He who excels; from the east. M
41 Cadmus Latin Son of Abenor. M
42 Cador ArthurianLegend Nephew of Arthur. M
43 Cadwalader Welsh Variant of Cadwaladr: War leader; battle leader. M
44 Cadwaladr Welsh Battle leader. This name dates back to the 7th century. More commonly used as a surname than a first name in the present day. M
45 Cadwaladyr Welsh Variant of Cadwaladr: War leader; battle leader. M
46 Cadwallader Welsh Battle leader. This name dates back to the 7th century. More commonly used as a surname than a first name in the present day. M
47 Cadwallen Welsh Battle disolver. Also a variant of Cadwallon: Arranges the battle. M
48 Cadwallon Anglo-Saxon Name of a king. M
49 Cadwallon ArthurianLegend A seventh century king. M
50 Cadwallon Welsh Arranges the battle. M
51 Cadwgawn Welsh Legendary son of Iddon. M
52 Cadwr Welsh Legendary son of Gwlyon. M
53 Cadwy Welsh Legendary son of Gereint. M
54 Cadyryeith Welsh Well spoken. M
55 Caecelius Latin Blind. M
56 Caedmon Anglo-Saxon Poet. M
57 Caedwalla Anglo-Saxon Name of a king. M
58 Caelan Gaelic Contemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'. M
59 Caelan Irish Powerful warrior. M
60 Caelin Irish Variant of Caelan: Powerful warrior. M
61 Caer Llion Welsh From Caerleon. M
62 Caerau Welsh From the castle. M
63 Caerleon ArthurianLegend Name of a battle site. M
64 Caersewiella English Lives at the watercress spring. M
65 Caerwyn Welsh White fortress. M
66 Caesar Danish Long hair. M
67 Caesar Latin The family name of Roman dictator Gaius Julias Caesar. Its origin is uncertain:, but may come from 'caesaries' meaning hair, or 'caesius' meaning 'bluish-grey, or 'caedere' meaning to cut, perhaps referring to his birth by Caesarean section. M
68 Caesar Shakespearean Antony and Cleopatra'. Octavius Caesar, Roman triumvir. 'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' Julius Caesar, Roman statesman and general. M
69 Caesar Swedish Long hair. M
70 Caesare Greek Long haired. M
71 Caezar Latin Variant of Caesar: Hairy. M
72 Cafall ArthurianLegend Arthur's dog. M
73 Caffar Irish Helmet. M
74 Caflice Anglo-Saxon Brave. M
75 Cagney Irish Surname. M
76 Cahal Celtic Strong in battle. M
77 Cahal Irish Variant of Cathall: Ready for war. M
78 Cahir Irish Warrior. M
79 Cai ArthurianLegend Arthur's brother. M
80 Cai English Diminutive of Caius: A variant of Gaius; which is a more common form of the name in Britain. Famous bearer: Cambridge's Caius College is named after its founder, John Caius. M
81 Cai Welsh A diminutive of Cajus, frequently used as an independent name in Wales. Rejoicer. M
82 Cailean Gaelic Young dog, or child. Scottish Gaelic. M
83 Cailean Scottish Triumphant in battle; triumphant in war; virile. Contemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'. M
84 Cailen Gaelic Child. M
85 Cailin Scottish Contemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'. M
86 Caillen Gaelic Child. M
87 Caillen Scottish Virile. M
88 Caimheul Gaelic Crooked mouth. M
89 Cain Biblical Possession; or possessed M
90 Cain Hebrew Spear; possessed. In the Bible Cain was the first murderer having killed his brother Abel in a fit of jealousy. M
91 Cain Irish Archaic. M
92 Cain Welsh Clear water. M
93 Cainan Biblical Possessor, purchaser. M
94 Caindale English From the clear river valley. M
95 Caine English Place name unrelated to the Biblical Cain. M
96 Caine French Place name unrelated to the Biblical Cain. M
97 Caio Welsh Variant of Cai: Joy. M
98 Caiphas Biblical He that seeks with diligence; one that vomiteth M
99 Cairbre Celtic Charioteer. M
100 Cairbre Irish Chariot rider. M
101 Caiseal Irish From Cashel. M
102 Caith Irish From the battlefield. M
103 Caithness Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Macbeth' A nobleman of Scotland. M
104 Caits Latin Variant of Gaius: To rejoice. Famous bearer: Roman dictator Gaius Julius Caesar. M
105 Caius English A variant of Gaius; which is a more common form of the name in Britain. Famous bearer: Cambridge's Caius College is named after its founder, John Caius. M
106 Caius Shakespearean 'Cymbeline' Caius Lucius, General of the Roman Forces. 'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' Caius Ligarius, a conspirator against Caesar. 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' Doctor Caius, a French physician. 'The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus' Kinsman to Titus. M
107 Caius Welsh Variant of Cai: Joy. M
108 Cajetan Latin Rejoiced. M
109 Cal English Bald; Abbreviation of names beginning with Cal-. M
110 Caladh Scottish Harbor. M
111 Calah Biblical Favorable, opportunity. M
112 Calais Greek Son of Boreas. M
113 Calais Latin Son of the north wind. M
114 Calan Scottish Contemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'. M
115 Calbert English Cowherd; cowboy. M
116 Calbex English Shepherd. M
117 Calbhach Irish Bald. M
118 Calcas Welsh Legendary son of Caw. M
119 Calchas Greek A seer. M
120 Calchas Latin A prophet. M
121 Calchas Shakespearean 'The History of Troilus and Cressida' A Trojan priest, taking part with the Greeks. M
122 Calcol Biblical Nourishing. M
123 Calder Celtic From the stony river. M
124 Calder English Cold brook. M
125 Calder Scottish Rough waters. M
126 Caldre English Cold brook. M
127 Caldwell English From the cold spring. M
128 Caldwiella English From the cold spring. M
129 Cale English Bold; Surname derived from Charles. M
130 Cale Hebrew Diminutive of Caleb: Dog; brave. In the Old Testament, Caleb was a companion of Moses during his time in the wilderness. M
131 Caleb Biblical A dog, a crow, a basket' M
132 Caleb Hebrew Meaning dog, or bold. Famous bearer: Caleb was one of twelve Islaelite leaders sent by Moses to explore the Promised Land. M
133 CaledvwIch Welsh Legendary Excalibur, King Arthur's sword. M
134 Caley Gaelic Slender. M
135 Caley Irish Slim; slender. M
136 Caley Scottish Contemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'. M
137 Calfhierde English Shepherd. M
138 Calhoun Gaelic From the narrow forest. M
139 Calhoun Irish From the narrow forest. Surname. M
140 Caliban Shakespearean 'The Tempest' A savage and deformed slave. M
141 Calibom ArthurianLegend Various names for Arthur's sword. M
142 Calibome ArthurianLegend Various names for Arthur's sword. M
143 Calibor ArthurianLegend Various names for Arthur's sword. M
144 Calibum ArthurianLegend Various names for Arthur's sword. M
145 Calibumus ArthurianLegend Various names for Arthur's sword. M
146 Caligula Latin Name given to Gaius Ceasar when he was a child. M
147 Calin Irish Variant of Caelan: Powerful warrior. M
148 Calix Latin Chalice. M
149 Callaghan Irish Strife. Saint Callaghan was an Irish saint. M
150 Callahan Irish Surname. M
151 Calldwr English Cold brook. M
152 Calleo Latin Knowing. M
153 Callimaehlls Latin Name of a poet. M
154 Callixtus Latin Chalice. M
155 Callosus Latin Callous. M
156 Callough Irish Bald. M
157 Callum Gaelic Dove. Can also be a variant of Malcolm: 'Servant/disciple of Columba'. M
158 Callum Irish Variant of Columba, a Latin name meaning dove. M
159 Callum Scottish Bald dove. M
160 Calneh Biblical Our consummation. M
161 Calno Biblical Our consummation, altogether himself' M
162 Calogrenant ArthurianLegend A knight. M
163 Calum Celtic Dove. M
164 Calum Gaelic Dove. Can also be a variant of Malcolm: 'Servant/disciple of Saint Columba'. M
165 Calum Irish Variant of Columba, a Latin name meaning dove. M
166 Calvagh Irish Bald. M
167 Calvary Biblical The place of a skull. M
168 Calvert English Cowherd; cowboy. M
169 Calvex English Shepherd. M
170 Calvin English Bald. Famous Bearers: Early 20th century American President Coolidge; fashion designer Calvin Klein. M
171 Calvin Latin Bald. The Roman family clan Calvin. M
172 Calvino English Variant of Calvin: Bald. Famous Bearers: Early 20th century American President Coolidge; fashion designer Calvin Klein. M
173 Calvino Italian Bald. M
174 Calvino Spanish Bald. M
175 Calvinus Latin Bald. M
176 Caly Irish Slender. M
177 Cam Gaelic Diminutive of Campbell: Crooked mouth; and of Cameron: Bent nose; crooked river. M
178 Cam Scottish Crooked or crooked mouth. M
179 Cambeul Scottish Crooked mouth. M
180 Cambridge Shakespearean 'King Henry V' Earl of Cambridge, a conspirator against the King. M
181 Camdan Scottish From the winding valley. M
182 Camden Anglo-Saxon From the winding valley. M
183 Camden English Winding valley. M
184 Camden Gaelic From the crooked valley. M
185 Camden Scottish From the winding valley. M
186 Camdene Anglo-Saxon From the winding valley. M
187 Camdene Gaelic From the crooked valley. M
188 Camdin Scottish From the winding valley. M
189 Camdyn Scottish From the winding valley. M
190 Camedyr Welsh Legendary son of Govynyon. M
191 Camelon ArthurianLegend Site of Arthur's last battle. M
192 Camero Celtic Crooked nose. M
193 Cameron Celtic Crooked nose. Nickname of a Highland chieftain with a crooked nose. M
194 Cameron Gaelic Crooked. From the Celtic Cameron meaning Crooked nose. Nickname of a Highland chieftain with a crooked nose. M
195 Cameron Scottish Derives from a Scottish surname; from the Gaelic meaning crooked or bent nose. A common first name in Scotland, and in 2Oth century Canadian and Australian families of Scottish descent. M
196 Camey Celtic Crooked nose. M
197 Camey Irish Champion. M
198 Camhlaidh Scottish Relic. M
199 Camille French The French form of Camilla or Camillus. Although Camille is used as both a girl's and boy's name in France, outside France it is not used as a masculine name. Famous bearer: the famous 1936 Greta Garbo film 'Camille'. M
200 Camille Latin Variant of Camillus: Temple servant. This name of unknown origin was used by many young attendants of priests and priestesses in ancient Rome. M