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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Cabbon Biblical As though understanding. F
2 Cabul Biblical Displeasing, dirty. F

3 Caca Latin Daughter of Vukan. F
4 Cacey Irish Vigilant. F
5 Caci Gaelic Brave. F
6 Cacia Greek Abbreviation of Acacia meaning 'guileless. F
7 Cacia Irish Vigilant. F
8 Cacia Latin Daughter of Vukan. F
9 Cadee English Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds. F
10 Cadee Irish Variant of Cady: a rhythmic flow of sounds. F
11 Cadena English Rhythmic. F
12 Cadence English Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds. F
13 Cadence French Rhythmic. F

14 Cadence Irish Variant of Cady: a rhythmic flow of sounds. F
15 Cadence Latin Rhythmic. F
16 Cadencia French Rhythmic. F
17 Cadenza Italian Rhythmic. F
18 Cadha Scottish From the steep place. F
19 Cadhla Irish Beautiful. F
20 Cadi English Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds. F
21 Cadi Irish Variant of Cady: a rhythmic flow of sounds. F
22 Cadi Welsh Pure. F
23 Cadie English Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds. F
24 Cadie Irish Variant of Cady: a rhythmic flow of sounds. F
25 Cadis Greek Sparkling. F
26 Cadwyn Welsh Chain. F
27 Cady English Hillock. A surname or given name meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds. F
28 Cady Irish Hillock. A surname or given name meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds. F
29 Cadyna English Rhythmic. F
30 Caela Gaelic Slender. Variant of Caley or Cailley: (French) 'from the forest. F
31 Caelan Gaelic Girl; lass. F
32 Caeneus Greek A woman who asked to become a man. F
33 Caenis Latin Daughter of Atrax. F
34 Caethes Welsh Slave. F
35 Cafell Welsh Oracle. F
36 Caffara Irish Helmet. F
37 Caffaria Irish Helmet. F
38 Cahira Irish Warrior. F
39 Caieta Latin Nursed Aeneas. F
40 Caila Gaelic Slender. Variant of Caley or Cailley: (French) 'from the forest. F
41 Caileen Gaelic Girl; lass. F
42 Caileigh Gaelic Slender. Variant of Caley or Cailley: (French) 'from the forest. F
43 Cailin Gaelic Girl; lass. F
44 Cailin Irish Girl. F
45 Cailleach Scottish Hag. F
46 Cailley Gaelic Slender. Variant of Caley or Cailley: (French) 'from the forest. F
47 Caillic Scottish Hag. F
48 Cailyn Gaelic Girl; lass. F
49 Cairistiona Gaelic Christian. F
50 Cairistiona Latin Christian. F
51 Cait Gaelic Pure. F
52 Cait Irish Variant of Katherine meaning pure. F
53 Cait Scottish Variant of Katherine, meaning pure. F
54 Caitie Irish Variant of Katherine meaning pure. F
55 Caitilin Greek Pure. F
56 CaitIyn Greek Pure. F
57 Caitlan Irish Variant of Katherine meaning pure. F
58 Caitland Irish Variant of Katherine meaning pure. F
59 Caitlin French Variant of Catherine: Pure, clear. Form of the Latin Katharina, from the Greek Aikaterina. It was borne by a number of saints, including St Catherine of Alexandria, a 4th century martyr who suffered torture on a spiked wheel. F
60 Caitlin Gaelic Pure. An Irish Gaelic variant of Catherine from the Old French form of the name. F
61 Caitlin Greek Form of the Greek Catherine meaning 'pure'. F
62 Caitlin Irish Variant of Katherine meaning pure. F
63 Caitlin Latin Variant of Catherine: Pure, clear. Form of the Latin Katharina, from the Greek Aikaterina. Famous bearers: a number of saints, including St Catherine of Alexandria, a 4th century martyr who suffered torture on a spiked wheel. F
64 Caitlinn Irish Variant of Katherine meaning pure. F
65 Caitlyn Irish Variant of Katherine meaning pure. F
66 Caitlynn Irish Variant of Katherine meaning pure. F
67 Caitrin Gaelic Form of the Greek Catherine meaning 'pure'. F
68 Caitrin Greek Pure. F
69 Caitrin Irish Variant of Katherine meaning pure. F
70 Caitrin Scottish Variant of Katherine, meaning pure. F
71 Caitriona Greek Pure. F
72 Caitryn Greek Pure. F
73 Cala Muslim Castle.. F
74 Calah Biblical Favorable, opportunity. F
75 Calandra Greek Lark. F
76 Calandra Italian Lark. F
77 Calandre French Lark. F
78 Calandria Spanish Lark. F
79 Calantha French Beautiful flower. F
80 Calantha Greek Lovely blossom. F
81 Calanthe French Beautiful flower. F
82 Calcia Latin Mother of Cycnus. F
83 Caleb-Ephratah Biblical Abundance, bearing fruit. F
84 Caledonia Latin From Scotland. F
85 Caleigh Gaelic Slender. Variant of Caley or Cailley: (French) 'from the forest. F
86 Calendae Latin First. F
87 Calendre Greek Lark. F
88 Calendre Italian Lark. F
89 Cales Latin From Cales. F
90 Cali Greek Most beautiful. Diminutive of Calista, Mythological Arcadian who transformed into a she-bear, then into the Great Bear constellation. F
91 Caliana Arabic A Moorish princess for whom a splendid palace was built in Spain. F
92 Calida Greek Most beautiful. Diminutive of Calista, Mythological Arcadian who transformed into a she-bear, then into the Great Bear constellation. F
93 Calida Latin Fiery. F
94 Calida Spanish Ardent. F
95 Calina Russian Variant of Helen. F
96 Calinda English Contemporary blend of the Italian/Greek Calandra with Linda. F
97 Calinda Greek Lark. F
98 Calinda Italian Lark. F
99 Calissa Greek Most beautiful. Diminutive of Calista, Mythological Arcadian who transformed into a she-bear, then into the Great Bear constellation. F
100 Calista Greek Most beautiful. Calista was a Mythological Arcadian who transformed into a she-bear, then into the Great Bear constellation. F
101 Calisto Greek Most beautiful. Diminutive of Calista, Mythological Arcadian who transformed into a she-bear, then into the Great Bear constellation. F
102 Calla Greek The most beautiful. F
103 Callan Gaelic Powerful in battle. F
104 Callan Scandinavian Flowing water. F
105 Callee Gaelic Variant of Cayley meaning from the forest. F
106 Callee Irish Variant of Cayley meaning from the forest. F
107 Callen Gaelic Powerful in battle. F
108 Calli English Lark. F
109 Calli Gaelic Variant of Cayley meaning from the forest. F
110 Calli Greek The most beautiful. F
111 Calli Irish Variant of Cayley meaning from the forest. F
112 Callia Greek Beautiful voice. F
113 Callida Latin Fiery. F
114 Callie English Lark. F
115 Callie Gaelic Variant of Cayley meaning from the forest. F
116 Callie Greek The most beautiful. F
117 Callie Irish Variant of Cayley meaning from the forest. Note: This Database is Copyright 2000, Muse Creations Inc. F
118 Calligenia Greek Born of beauty. F
119 Calliope Greek Beautiful voice. A mythological muse for epic poetry. F
120 Calliope Latin Muse of epic poetry. F
121 Callista Greek Most beautiful. Calista was a Mythological Arcadian who transformed into a she-bear, then into the Great Bear constellation. F
122 Callista Latin Chalice. F
123 Calliste Greek Another name for Artemis. F
124 Callisto Greek Mother of Arcas. F
125 Callisto Latin A nymph. F
126 Callula Latin Beautiful. F
127 Callyr English Lark. F
128 Calneh Biblical Our consummation. F
129 Calpurnia Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' Wife of Caesar. F
130 Calva Latin A name referring to Venus. F
131 Calvary Biblical The place of a skull. F
132 Calvina Spanish Feminine form of Calvino: bald. F
133 Calvinna Latin Feminine of Calvin. F
134 Calybe Latin A nymph. F
135 Calyce Latin Mother of Cycnus. F
136 Calydona Latin From Calydon. F
137 Calynda English Contemporary blend of the Italian/Greek Calandra with Linda. F
138 Calynda Greek Lark. F
139 Calynda Italian Lark. F
140 Calynn Gaelic Powerful in battle. F
141 Calypso Greek The mythological nymph who beguiled Odysseus for seven years. A West Indies style of singing. Daughter of Atlas. F
142 Calypso Latin A nymph. F
143 Calysta Greek Most beautiful. Calista was a Mythological Arcadian who transformed into a she-bear, then into the Great Bear constellation. F
144 Came English Joy. F
145 Camelia Latin A flower name. F
146 Camella English Variant of the flower name Camelia. F
147 Camella Latin Goblet. F
148 Camellia English Variant of the flower name Camelia. F
149 Camelot ArthurianLegend Arthur's castle. F
150 Cameo English A carved gem portrait. F
151 Cameo Italian Sculptured jewel. F
152 Cameron Scottish Clan name meaning bent nose. F
153 Camila French Free-born; noble. Variant of Camilla. F
154 Camila Latin Free-born; noble. Variant of Camilla. F
155 Camila Spanish Attendant. F
156 Camile French Free-born; noble. Variant of Camilla. F
157 Camile Latin Free-born; noble. Variant of Camilla. F
158 Camilla French Free-born; noble. Variant of Camilla. F
159 Camilla Latin Servant for the temple; Free-born; noble. Feminine form of Camillus. Famous bearer: Roman mythological Volscian warrior queen Camilla. Fanny Burney's 18th century novel 'Camilla'. F
160 Camille English Variant of the flower name Camelia. F
161 Camille French The French form of Camilla or Camillus. Famous bearer: The famous 1936 Greta Garbo film 'Camille'. F
162 Camille Latin Servant for the temple. F
163 Camillei French Free-born; noble. Variant of Camilla. F
164 Camillei Latin Free-born; noble. Variant of Camilla. F
165 Cammeo Italian Sculptured jewel. F
166 Cammi French Free-born; noble. Variant of Camilla who was the swift-running warrior maid in Virgil's Aeneid'. F
167 Cammi Latin Free-born; noble. Variant of Camilla who was the swift-running warrior maid in Virgil's Aeneid. F
168 Cana Biblical Zeal, jealousy, possession. F
169 Candace Biblical Who possesses contrition F
170 Candace English Candace was an ancient hereditary title used by Ethiopian queens. F
171 Candace Hebrew Famous bearer: American actress Candice Bergen. F
172 Candace Latin Shining. F
173 Candance Greek Sparkling. F
174 Candi Spanish Variant of Candida. Bright; glowing white. F
175 Candice English Variant of Candace: ancient hereditary title used by Ethiopian queens. F
176 Candice Greek Sparkling. F
177 Candice Hebrew Famous bearer: American actress Candice Bergen. F
178 Candice Latin Shining. F
179 Candida Latin Dazzling white. Bright, glowing white. Derived from the feminine of the Latin adjective meaning white. Famous bearer: George Bernard Shaw's 1898 play 'Candida'. F
180 Candida Spanish Pure or white. F
181 Candide French Bright; glowing white. Also sweet. F
182 Candide Latin Dazzling white. F
183 Candie Spanish Variant of Candida. Bright; glowing white. F
184 Candiss English Variant of Candace: ancient hereditary title used by Ethiopian queens. F
185 Candra Sanskrit Of the moon. F
186 Candy Hebrew Diminutive of Candace: Famous bearer: American actress Candice Bergen. F
187 Candy Latin Diminutive of Candida: Dazzling white. Bright, glowing white. Derived from the feminine of the Latin adjective meaning white. Famous bearer: George Bernard Shaw's 1898 play 'Candida'. F
188 Candyce English Variant of Candace: ancient hereditary title used by Ethiopian queens. F
189 Canens Latin Wife of Picus. F
190 Caniad Welsh Song. F
191 Canisa Greek Very dear. F
192 Canisa Latin Very dear. F
193 Cannelita Italian Garden. F
194 Cannenta Latin Healer. F
195 Cannia Latin Song. F
196 Cantabria Latin From Cantabria. F
197 Cantara Arabic Bridge. F
198 Cantara Muslim Small bridge.. F
199 Cantilena Latin Song. F
200 Cantrix Latin Singer. F