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Ca
Caba
Caballero
Cabaret
Cabby
Caber
Caberoony [m]
Cabina
Cabo
Caboodle
Caboose
Caca (Latin) [f]
 Early Godess of the heart; sister of the fire-breathing giant Cacus
Cacha (French)
 cacharel'
Cache (French)
Cachus
Cack
Cactus
Cadbury
Caddie
Caddo
Caddy
Cade (Old English) [m]
 "round"
Caden
Cadence
Cadet
Cadett
Cadex
Cadi (English (welsh)) [f]
 short form of Catrin
Cadia
Cadillac (French) [mf]
 "place in France"; car brand
Cadisha [f]
Cadix
Cado
Cadoe
Cadozo (Dutch) [m]
Caduc
Cady
Caecar (Latin)
 form of Caesar
Caecilia (Latin)
 form of Cecilia
Caecillie (Latin)
 form of Cecilia
Caeco
 "blinding"
Cael [m]
Caela (Latin) [f]
 "heaven"
Caelesta [f]
Caeleyn [f]
Caelin (Irish) [f]
 "slender", "fair"
Caendie
Caer
Caeras
Caesar (Latin) [m]
 "hairy"; Roman general and emperor, 100-44 B.C.
Caesare (French)
 "Caesar"
Caeser
 form of Caesar
Caesie
Caete
Caezar
 form of Caesar
CafeLate
Cagna (Italian) [f]
 "bitch"
Cagney
Cagnolina (Italian) [f]
 "small dog"
Cagnolino (Italian) [m]
 "small dog"
Cago
Cahala
Cai
Caia
Caico (Portuguese) [m]
Caiden
Caido [m]
Caika
Caila [f]
 "seagull"
Cailaig (Irish) [f]
Cailean (Scottish) [m]
 collin'
Cailie
Cailin (Irish) [f]
 "girl"
Caillou
Caine (English)
Caiolin (Scottish) [f]
 Mother of the Highlander Conner McLoud from the movie The Highlander
Caira (Russian) [f]
 "love"
Cairo
Caisa
Caissa
Cáit (Irish) [f]
 form of Kate
Caithlenn
 from Catharina, "pure"
Caitin
Caitlin [mf]
Cáitlín (Irish) [f]
 from Catharina, "pure"
Caitria (Irish) [f]
 form of Katherine
Caja (French) [f]
 "beauty"
Cajhesja [f]
Cajin
Cajou (French) [f]
Cajsa
Cajun
Cajus
Cak
Cakes
Cal [m]
 short form of Calvin
Cala
Calamity
Calando [m]
Calba
Calder
Caldo
Caleb (Hebrew) [m]
 "dog". One of the twelve spies sent by Moses to Israel. Of the Israelites who left Egypt with Moses he and Joshua were the only ones who lived to see the promised land
CaleDon
Calef [m]
 from the book 'a wolf odyssey' by Asta Bowen
Caleigh [f]
 variant of Kaleigh
Cali
Caliber
Calico
Calif
California
Calimero
Caline (French) [f]
Calinka
Calisto
Calito [mf]
Calix (Latin) [m]
 "wine cup" or short form of Callisto
Call
Calla
Callahan
CallaLily
Callan (Irish) [m]
 place
Callas
Calle
Calli
Callie [f]
 short form of Callista
Calliope
 muse of the epic
Callista [f]
 feminine form of Callisto
Callisto (Greek) [m]
 "most beautiful". Nymph in mythology that was changed into a she-bear by Hera. Became constellation.
Callou
Calloway
Callum (Scottish)
 form of Columba
Calluna (Latin) [f]
Cally (Latin) [f]
 short form of Caledonia = Scotland
Caloa (African) [f]
Caltha [f]
Caluha
Calum (Scottish) [m]
 form of Columba
Calvin (Latin) [m]
 "bald"
Calwin
Calyce [mf]
Calypsa
Calypso
Cama
Camacho (Spanish) [m]
Camagis
Camaro
Cambera
Cambo
Cambridge
Camden
Camel
Camelot
Camembert
Cameo
Cameria [f]
Cameron (Gaelic) [m]
 "crooked nose". Name of Scottish Highland clan.
Cami [m]
Camiella (French) [f]
Camilisindikiola (Egyptan) [f]
 "most beautiful jewel on earth"
Camilla (Etruscan, Latin) [f]
 "attendant at a religious service" (Latin)
Camille (French) [mf]
 form of Camilla
Camillo [m]
 form of Camilla
Camina
Camino
Camma [f]
Cammi
Cammie
Cammilia
Campari
Campbell (Gaelic) [m]
 "crooked mouth"
Campo [mf]
Camron [m]
 form of Cameron
Camry
Camrynn (Irish)
Camus
Cana (Greek) [f]
 "okay"
Canada [mf]
Canaille (French) [f]
 naughty one
Cancara
Canda
Cander
Candi [f]
Candia
 "Crete"
Candid [m]
Candida
Candie
Candina
Candle
Cando
Candor
Candour
Candra
Candt (English) [f]
Candun
Candy (Ethiopic, Latin, English) [f]
 short form of Candace ("white" (Latin), more likely Ethiopic.)
Cane (Italian) [m]
 "dog"
Canell
Canera
Canette
Canice
Canim (Turkish) [f]
 honey, sweety, darling
Canine (English)
 "dog"
Canis (Latin)
 "dog"
Canja
Canjer
Canka
Cann
Cannible
Cannon
Canny
Cano
Canon
Canou [m]
Cant
Canta
Cante
Cantero
Cantha
Cantie
Cantis
Canto [m]
Cantor
Cantos
Cantus
Canty
Canuk
Canute (English) [m]
 king
Cao (Portuguese) [mf]
 "dog"
Cap
Caper
Caphira [f]
Capi
Capie (Dutch) [f]
Capo (Italian) [m]
 "leader, boss"
Capoeira (Portuguese)
 Brazilian martial art
Capone
Capp
Cappuccino
Cappy
Capri
Caprice (French) [f]
Capricorn
Caprie
Caprina (Italian) [f]
 from the name of the island Capri
Caprino (Italian) [m]
Captain (English) [m]
Captain Miles
Captine
Car (Turkish) [mf]
 "white"
Cara (Latin, Gaelic) [f]
 "beloved" (Latin), "friend" (Gaelic)
Caracho
Caramba (Portuguese) [mf]
 party
Caramel
Carameli
Caramelo
Caran
Carastrid
Carat
Carato
Carben
Cardhu
Cardi
Cardiff (English) [m]
Cardinal
Cardisha (Moroccan) [mf]
 "wonderful"
Cardo
Carefree
Careful
Carelle
Caren
Caress
Caresse [f]
Caret
Carex
Carey (Irish) [m]
 "descendant of Ciardha"
Cargan
Cargo
Cari
Caribou
Carin
Carina [f]
 form of Cara
Cariño (Spanish) [mf]
 "darling"
Carisia (Spanish) [f]
Carissa [f]
 variant of Charissa
Carita
Carka
Carko
Carl (German) [m]
 form of Charles
Carla [f]
 feminine form of Charles
Carleigh
 feminine form of Charles
Carlex
Carley [f]
 feminine form of Charles
Carlie
 feminine form of Charles
Carlijn (Dutch) [f]
Carlin
Carlo (Italian) [m]
 form of Charles
Carlor
Carlos (Spanish, Portuguese) [m]
 form of Charles
Carlot
Carlotta
Carlson
Carlton [m]
 form of Charlton
Carly [f]
 feminine form of Charles
Carma
Carmel (Hebrew) [f]
 "garden"
Carmela
 form of Carmel
Carmella (Latin) [f]
 latinized form of Carmel
Carmen (Spanish) [f]
 form of Carmel influenced by Latin "song"
Carmilla
Carmine
Carnage [m]
Carnation
Carney
Carno
Carny
Caro
Carob
Carol [f]
 feminine form of Charles or reference to English "song", "hymn"
Carola [f]
 feminine form of Charles
Carolf
Carolina (Latin) [f]
 form of Charles. Name of two states in USA, which were named for Charles I, king of England
Caroline (French) [f]
 feminine form of Charles
Carolita
Carolos
Carolus
Carolyn [f]
 form of Caroline
Carpa
Carragan [f]
Carraig
Carraway
Carrie [f]
 short form of Caroline
Carrigan [f]
Carro
Carroll (English) [m]
 form of Cearbhall ("brave in fighting" (Gaelic))
Carron
Carry
Carsan
Carson
Carsta
Carste
Carsten [f]
 form of Karsten
Carta
Carter (Middle English) [m]
 "one who uses a cart"
Cartier (French) [f]
Cartoon (English) [mf]
Cartouche (French) [m]
 notorious French criminal
Carus
Caruso
Carver
Cary
Carys (Welsh) [f]
 "love"
Carzan
Carzo [m]
Cas [m]
Casa
Casandra
 see Cassandra
Casanova (Italian) [m]
Casar
Casbah
Cascarilla
Cascha
Casey (Irish) [mf]
 from '* Cathasaigh' ("descendent of Cathasaigh"). Cathasaigh is Gaelic for "vigilant".
Cash
Cashel (Irish) [m]
Cashew (English)
 nut
Cash-flow (English) [mf]
Cashley (Irish) [mf]
 "watchful"
Cashlie
Cashmere (English)
 woollen fabric
Casi
Casia
Casie
 named after 'Casey Stengel'
Casimir (Slavic) [m]
 "destroy great" or "destroy peace"
Casino
Casity
Casko
Casmira [f]
Caspar
Caspars
Caspein
Casper (Dutch) [m]
 form of Jasper
Caspere
Casperly
Caspian
Caspto (English) [m]
Caspty (English) [m]
Casra [mf]
Cass [f]
 short form of Cassandra
Cassan
Cassander
Cassandra (Greek) [f]
 prophetess of woe, to whom nobody listens
Cassandre
 see Cassandra
Cassanova (Italian) [m]
Cassarah (Latin) [f]
 "what will be, will be" from 'que sera, sera'
Casseopia
Cassey [f]
 casey'
Cassi
Cassia (English) [f]
 name of spice tree (Kezia) or short form of Cassandra
Cassian
Cassidy (Irish) [mf]
 from '* Caiside' ("descendent of Caiside").
Cassie
Cassila
Cassio
Cassiopaea
Cassis
Cassius
Casso
Cassy
Casta
Castaar (French) [m]
Castaway
Caster
Castor (Greek) [m]
Castro
Cat
Cata
Catahula
Catalina
Catamaran
Catarina [f]
 form of Catherine
CatCalloway
Catch
Cate
Catha
Catharina [f]
 "pure"
Catherine [f]
 see Catharina
Cathleen [f]
 variant of Kathleen
Cathlynn (English) [f]
Cathy [f]
 short form of Catherine
Cati
Catia
Catinka
Catja
Catlin
Cato [m]
 Roman statesman, 2nd century B.C.
Catoeca [f]
Catootje (Dutch) [f]
Catrin (Welsh) [f]
 form of Katherine
Catrina [f]
 form of Catherine
Cattrysse [f]
Catty
Catus
Catweazle
 time travelling medieval sorcerer from book and TV series
Caty
Catya
Caura [f]
Causel
Caven
Caviar
Cavie
Cavity
Cay
Cay Edle
Caya [f]
Cayenne
Cayinti [f]
Cayla
Cayley
Cayonda
Cayra [f]
Cayuse
Cazan
Cazar [m]
Cazoe
Cearbhall (Gaelic) [m]
 "brave in fighting"
Ceasar
 see Caesar
Ceasg
Ceazar
 see Caesar
Ceb [m]
Ceba (Tibetan) [mf]
 "dearly beloved"
Cebes [f]
Cebo
Cece (French) [m]
Cecil (Latin) [m]
 "blind" from family name Caecilius. Can also derive from Welsh Seissylt, which derives from Latin sextus ("sixth").
Cecile (French) [f]
 flower
Cecilia [f]
 feminine form of Cecil. martyr from 3rd century; patroness of church music
Cecilie
 see Cecilia
Cecily [f]
 form of Cecilia
Ceclia
Cedar (English) [m]
 tree
Cede
Ceder
Cedes [m]
Cedia
Cedie [f]
Cedille
Cedra
Cedric [m]
 Made up by Sir Walter Scott for his novel Ivanhoe, based on the name Cerdic.
Cedrick (French) [m]
Cedro
Cee [mf]
Ceecilville
Cefas (Armenian) [m]
Cefn (Welsh) [m]
Ceiba
Ceile
Ceilidh (Scottish) [mf]
 "party"
Ceilidhe (Celtic) [f]
 "celebration"
Ceit
Ceith
Cekos
Cela
Celeb
Celebra
Celebrity
Celer (Latin) [mf]
 "quick, rapid"
Celerity
Celesta [f]
Celeste (Latin) [f]
 "heavenly"
Celester
Celestine
Celia (Latin) [f]
 "blind"
Celie [f]
Celina
Celine [f]
 form of Cecilia or form of Marceline
Céline
Cella
Celli
Cellie
Cello
Cellotas
Celly
Celoum
Celsa (English) [f]
Celta
Celtic
Celtie
Celvin
Cem
Cema
Cen
Cena
Cendi
Cendo
Cendy
Cenia
Cenie
Cenis
Cenith
Cenja
Cenna [f]
Cenne [mf]
Cenni
Ceno [m]
Censi
Censy
Cent
Centa [f]
Centi
Cento (Dutch) [m]
Centra
Centris
Centro
Centti
Centu
Centurion
Century
Cenus
Cenzi
Cenzie
Cenzl
Ceppe [m]
Ceppel
Ceppie [m]
Cera
Cerale
Ceran
Cerberus
 three-headed guard dog of the underworld
Cerce
Cercle
Cerdien
Cerdik (Malays) [m]
 "smart. intelligent"
Cere
Cerebrum
Ceres
Cerese
Ceri
Cerina
Cerise (French) [f]
 cherry
Cerith (English) [mf]
Cerke
Cermait
Cerno
Cero
Cerren
Cerridwen (English) [f]
 Keltic Godness of the moon, fertility
Cerridwyn (Welsh) [f]
 "beautiful poetry"; Celtic goddess of poetry
Cerrie
Cerro
Cerrosine [m]
Cerry
Cerstin
Certifiable
Cerulean
Cerva
Cerys [f]
 variant of Carys
Cesaire (French) [m]
 form of Caesar
Cesar
Cesare (Italian) [m]
 form of Caesar
Cesca [f]
Cesina [f]
Cesrin
Cessi
Cessie
Cessna
Cessy
C'est Moi (French)
 "It's me"
Cesta
Cetto
Cettu (Finnish) [m]
 "fox"
Cevas [m]
Cevin
Ceyer
Ceyes
Ceyla
Ceylan
Cezar
Ch.Fanta
Cha Cha
Chabbar (Hebrew) [m]
 "friend" "shepherd"
Chablis (French) [f]
 wine
Chablito (Surinam) [f]
 "devil"
Chablo (Surinam) [f]
 short of Chablito
Chabor [m]
Chace
ChaCha
Cha-Cha
Chaco
Chactie
Chad (Celtic) [m]
 "battle" or "warrior"; name of African country
Chadwick
Chaefje
Chaff
Chagall [m]
Chago
Chailo (English) [m]
Chaim (Hebrew) [m]
 "alive"
Chain Reaction
Chaina [f]
Chaios
Chairo (Japanese) [mf]
 "brown"
Chaise
Chaitan (Latin) [m]
 "devil"
Chaiwa
Chaja (Hebrew) [f]
 "life"
Chaka [f]
 "friend"
Chakari (Swahili) [mf]
 "much"
Chakaya
Chakira [f]
Chakka (Inuit) [mf]
 "friend"
Chakotay (Native American) [m]
 Character from Star Trek - Voyager (first officer, Macquis)
Chakwena
Chaky
Chalane (English) [f]
Chalet
Chaligh (Gaelic) [f]
 "lady"
Chalita
Challenger (English)
Chalmers
Chalo
Chalupa
Chamalle [mf]
Chamberlin
Chambray
Chamdo
Chamee [f]
Chamis
Chamois
Chamook
Chamouk (English) [f]
Champ (English) [mf]
 "champion"
Champagne
Champion (English) [m]
Champus
Chan
Chanan (Hebrew) [m]
 Him who is from God
Chanandra [f]
Chance (English) [mf]
Chancey
Chancy
Chand [m]
Chanda [f]
Chandana (Native American)
 "moonlight"
Chandar [m]
Chander
Chandi
Chandler (French) [m]
 "candle seller"
Chando
Chandor
Chandra (Sanskrit) [mf]
 "moon"
Chandro
Chane
Chanel (French) [f]
Chanell
Chanelle
Chanette
Chang (Chinese) [m]
 "free"
Change (English) [mf]
Chani
Channa
Channe
Channell
Channey
Channi [f]
Channing (French) [m]
 "a canal"
Chano
Chanoe [f]
Chanoeka (Hebrew) [f]
 jewish holiday
Chanouk (Indian) [m]
 "falling star"
Chant
Chanta
Chantal (French) [f]
 "a song" or "stony place"
Chantalle
Chantel [f]
 form of Chantal
Chanti [f]
Chantilly
Chanty (Indian) [m]
 "peace"
Chanu (Hebrew) [f]
Chaos
Chap
Chapers
Chapke
Chaplin
Chappie
Chappy
Chaps
Chapsy
Char
Chara (Greek) [f]
 godness of luck
Charade
Charalie
Charazan (Greek) [f]
 godness of water
Charcoal
Charcole
Chardas
Chardoc
Chardonay
Chardonnay
Chards
Charee
Charell
Charelle (French) [f]
 "luck"
Charger (English)
 device to charge batteries or horse for battle
Chari (English) [mf]
 charity'
Charien (Dutch) [f]
Chariff [m]
Charis
Charisa
Charise
Charisma (English) [f]
Charissa (Greek) [f]
 "grace" or "kindness"
Charity (English) [f]
Charki
Charla [f]
 feminine form of Charles
Charlee (English) [f]
 charlie'
Charlene [f]
 feminine form of Charles
Charles (Teutonic) [m]
 "free man"
Charleston (English)
 "city, dance"
Charley
Charlie (English) [m]
 variation of Charles
Charlotte (French) [f]
 feminine form of Charles
Charlou [f]
Charlston
Charlton (Old English) [m]
 "settlement of free men" or "settlement of Charles"
Charly (English) [m]
Charm
Charmaine [f]
 Unknown, might come from Roman name Carmineus, or from Charles
Charme
Charmed (English) [mf]
Charmee [f]
Charmer
Charmeur [m]
Charmisa
Charna (Slavic) [f]
 "dark"
Charnette [f]
 form of Charna
Charo [mf]
Charon (Greek)
 ferry man of the underworld
Charouk (French)
Charov
Charrel
Charro [m]
Chart (English) [m]
Charz
Chas
Chasan
Chase (Middle English) [m]
 nickname for a huntsman
Chaser
Chasey (English) [f]
Chasie
Chasseur
Chassie
Chasta [f]
Chat
Chata
Chatapoo (English) [f]
Chateau
Chateu
Chato
Chattin
Chatty (English) [f]
Chaty
Chaucer
Chauffeur
Chauncey (French) [m]
Chava [mf]
Chavi
Chaw [m]
Chawa (Hebrew) [f]
Chawum
Chay
Chaya (Hebrew) [f]
 "alive" or "animal"
Chayenna [f]
Chayenne
Chayka (Hebrew) [mf]
 "life"
Chaz
Chazz
Che [m]
 short form of Jose
Cheancy [f]
Cheanine
Cheasa
Cheba
Checca
Check
Checkers (English) [f]
Checkmate (English) [m]
Checko
Cheddar
Chedow [mf]
 form of shadow
Cheebase (Hungarian) [m]
 "thief, rogue"
Cheech
Cheeko
Cheeky
Cheela [f]
Cheena
Cheepo
Cheerio
Cheerleader
Cheesa
Cheesecake
Cheesehead
Cheesers
Cheeta
Cheetah
Cheetha
Cheeto
Cheetos [mf]
Cheetung
Cheevah [f]
Chef
Cheff
Chefke
Cheiba [f]
Cheif
Cheina (Chinese) [f]
 "beauty"
Cheindor
Chekhov
Chela
Chelah
Chelea
Chelley
Chello (English) [mf]
 music instrument
Chelly
Chels
Chelsea (Old English) [f]
 "landing place for chalk or limestone"
Chelsey (English) [f]
Chelsie
Chelsy
Chelty
Chen [f]
Chena
Chenak [f]
Chendo [m]
Chenga [m]
Chenille
Chenin [f]
Chenly [f]
Chenn [f]
Chenna [mf]
Chenoa
Chenok [mf]
Chenouk [f]
Chep
Chequer
Chequita
Cher [f]
 form of Cherie
Che'r
Chera
Cheri [f]
 form of Cherie
Cherie (French, English) [f]
 "darling" or form of Charity
Cherilyn [f]
 form of Charlene
Cherinda (Surinam) [f]
Cherish (English) [f]
 "to treasure"
Cherna (Czech) [mf]
 "black"
Cherokee
Cherra
Cherrie
Cherry (English) [f]
 form of Cherie or name of fruit
Chertzo
Cheru
Cherub
Cherusker
Cherye
Cheryl [f]
 form of Cherie
Cheryll
Ches (English) [mf]
Chesly [f]
Chesney [f]
Chess
Chess2
Chessy
Chester (Old English) [m]
 "of Chester" from Latin "a fortified place"
Chestnut
Chet [m]
 short form of Chester
Chetah
Chetwind
Chevi
Chevie (English) [mf]
 short form of chevrolet
Chevis
Chevy (English) [m]
 short for Chevrolet
Chew
Chewan [m]
 abbreviation of Canadian province and river Saskatchewan
Chewbacca
Chew-Chew
Chewy (English) [m]
Chex
Cheyenne (Native American) [mf]
 "unintelligible speakers" from the Dakota word shahiyena.
Che-yenne
Chez (English) [m]
Chezzi
Chherokee
Chi Chi
Chia
Chianti
Chiar
Chiara (Italian) [f]
 form of Clara
Chiaro
Chiba
Chibi
ChibiChibi
Chibo [m]
Chic
Chica (Spanish) [f]
 "little girl"
Chicci (Spanish) [f]
 "playfull little girl"
Chicco (Spanish) [m]
Chi-Chi
Chicitito (Spanish)
 little one
Chick
Chicken
Chicki
Chickie [f]
Chicklet
Chicko [m]
Chicky
Chiclet
Chico (Spanish) [m]
 boy
Chicolien [f]
Chicon (French) [mf]
 "chicory"
Chicory
Chicy
Chido
Chie
Chief (English) [m]
Chieko
Chiela [f]
Chien D'or (French) [m]
 "golden dog"
Chienie (French)
 "dog"
Chienna
Chienne
Chienté (French)
 from 'Chien de Trijnié': "Dog from Trijnié"
Chiepsie
Chiffon (Latin) [mf]
 "sloven"
Chigi
Chihoko (Japanese) [mf]
Chik
Chika (Japanese) [f]
 "beloved"
Chikagoi
Chiki (Surinam) [mf]
 "little, little one"
Chikieboum
Chiko
Chikor
Chikos
Chiku (African) [mf]
Chila
Chile
Chili
Chilion
ChiliPepper
Chilita
Chill (English) [f]
Chilla
Chilli (English)
 Alternative spelling of chilly
Chima (Inuit) [mf]
 "friend"
Chimay (French) [m]
Chimba
Chimbarazo (Spanish) [m]
 mountain
Chimere (Greek)
 from Chimaera, myth. monster, also "vision"
Chimo (Inuit) [m]
 "i am a friend"
China
China Doll
Chinchilla
Chin-Chin
Chincky [mf]
Chinesse
ChingChing
Chini
Chinka [f]
Chinny
Chino
Chinock
Chinoek
Chinook [f]
Chinou [f]
 "made by God"
Chinouk (Native American) [f]
 "power of wind"
Chint
Chinta
Chinteau [m]
Chinua (African) [mf]
 "Gods blessing"
Chip
Chipi [mf]
 chippy'
Chipie
Chipina (Spanish) [f]
Chipke [mf]
Chipmunk
Chipo
Chippendale
Chipper
Chippewa (Native American) [f]
 popular adaptation of Ojibway which means "to roast till puckered up"
Chippie
Chippy
Chips
Chipsi
Chipsie
Chipsy
Chipz [mf]
Chique (French) [f]
 "chic"
Chiqui
Chiquita
Chir
Chira
Chirac (French) [m]
 President of France
Chiro
Chiron
Chis
Chisel
Chispa (Spanish)
 "little flame"
Chispas
Chisum [m]
Chita [f]
Chito (Spanish) [m]
 "lover"
Chitsa
Chitta
Chiva
Chivas (English)
 brand of whisky
Chive
Chivo
Chivu [m]
Chiwa
Chiwas
Chiwi [f]
Chiyo (Japanese) [f]
 "ever lasting"
Chizzy (English) [f]
Chjello
Chlock
Chlodo
Chlodulf
Chlodwig
Chloe (Greek) [f]
 "green shoot"
Chloé (French) [f]
Chloris (Greek) [f]
 "green"; minor goddess of vegetation
Chlota
Chlotar
Chlothild
Chlothilde
Chmura
Cho (Korean) [f]
 "beautiful"
Choban (Turkish)
 "shepherd" (person)
Chobin
Choc (English) [m]
 short form of chocolate
Chochie
Chockie
Chocko
Chocky
Choco (Dutch) [m]
 "chocolate"
Chocolata
Chocolate
Choctaw
Chocy
Choebi [mf]
Choggy (English) [mf]
Choko (Danish) [m]
 choco'
Choky [m]
Choliadt [mf]
 goliath'
Cholo
Chomar (Turkish) [m]
ChoMein
Chomper
Chong
Chonguita
Chonsie [f]
 feminine form of Chauncey
Choochie
Choo-Choo
Chopin
Chopper
Chops [m]
Chopsticks
Choq
Chora
Chorai [m]
Chorcha [mf]
Chorizo
Chorus
Chotchke
Choucha [m]
Chou-Chou
Chouffe (French)
Choupinou (French/spanish) [m]
 little one
Chowder
Chowie
Choya
Chralo
Chrechzy
Chriemhild
Chrimhilde
Chrimhilt
Chris [mf]
 short form of Christopher, Christian or Christine
Chrischan
Chrishon
Chrisie
Chrispar
Chrissy
Christ (English)
Christa [f]
 short form of Christina
Christel
Christelle (French) [f]
 form of Christine
Christer (Swedish, Danish) [m]
 form of Christian
Christiaan (Dutch) [m]
 form of Christian
Christian (Latin) [m]
Christiana [f]
 feminine form of Christian
Christianne [f]
 feminine form of Christian
Christie (English) [f]
 short for Christine
Christin
Christina (Latin) [f]
 "Christian"
Christine (French, English) [f]
 form of Christina
Christl
Christmas (English)
Christoforo
 see Christopher
Christophe [m]
Christopher (Latin) [m]
 "bearing Christ"
Christy [f]
 form of Christina
Chrizzly [m]
Chronic
Chronik
Chrysanthus
Chuak
Chubby
Chubfish
Chubs
Chubsey
Chucho
Chu-Chu
ChuChung
Chuck [m]
 short form of Charles
Chucker
Chuckey [f]
 chucky'
Chuckles
Chucky
Chudo (Russian) [m]
 "miracle"
Chufa
Chugui [mf]
Chui (Chinese) [mf]
 "attention"
Chuj
Chukie [m]
Chukkels (English) [mf]
Chukkie (English) [mf]
 chucky'
Chukky (English) [m]
 chucky'
Chukwa [f]
Chuky [m]
 form of Chucky
Chula
Chulit
Chulla
Chum
Chuma (African) [f]
 "precious possesion", "girlfriend"
Chumani
Chumfi (Swahili) [mf]
 salt
Chump
Chun (Chinese) [f]
 "spring"
Chuna
Chunda
Chunegild
Chungo [mf]
Chunk
Chunky
Churchill
Churrete (Spanish) [m]
 "Spot" on face, hand or other visible place
Chutney
Chutzpa
Chyma
Chyna [f]
Chynita [f]
Chynthia
Chyra
Chyrma
Ci
Ciala
Cian (Celtic) [m]
 "god of healing"
Ciao
Ciaogha
Ciara [f]
 feminine form of Ciaran
Ciaran (Irish) [m]
 "black"
Ciaro (Italian) [m]
 "bright"
Ciba (Italian) [f]
Cibi (African) [m]
 "small rainshower"
Cibo
Cibor
Cibrah
Cic
Ciccio (Italian) [m]
Cicco
Cicely [f]
 feminine form of Cecil
Cicero (Latin)
 Roman orator
Cici
Cicko
Cico
Cid
Cidaiko [m]
Cidane
Cidaq (Islandic)
 "young animal"
Cide
Cider (English) [m]
 drink
Cido
Cidonia
Ciel (Dutch)
Ciela
Cielo (Spanish) [m]
 sweetheart, darling, heaven
Cien (Irish) [m]
Ciepke
Ciera
Cieta
Ciever
Cif
Cifa [f]
Ciffa
Cifra
Ciganka
Ciiku (Finnish) [f]
 "black girl"
Cijah [f]
Cijbo [f]
Cijelka
Cijra
Cika
Cikke
Cikki
Cila (Slovak) [mf]
 "nice, playful"
Cilberta
Cilia [f]
Cilian
CiliConC.
Cill
Cilla
Cillarney (Irish) [mf]
 city in Ireland
Cilli
Cillja
Cillo
Cilly
Cilyas [m]
Cim
Cimarron
Cimba [m]
 simba'
Cimbo (French) [f]
Cimbri
Cimi
Cimmaron
Cimmie [f]
 variant of Cynthia
Cimo
Cimon
Cimor
Cina
Cinca
Cinda [f]
Cinder
Cinderella (English)
Cinders
Cindi
Cindie
Cindij
Cindij Ken
Cindor
Cindra [f]
 combination of Cindy and Sandra
Cindri (Teutonic) [f]
Cindry (Greek)
 little munchkin
Cindy [f]
 short form of Cynthia
Cinfetti
Cing
Cini
Cinja
Cinka (Hungarian) [f]
Cinna
Cinnabird
Cinnamon (English)
Cinni
Cino
Cinta (Indonesian) [mf]
 "to love"
Cintha
Cinthy [f]
Cinti
Cintia
Cinty [f]
Cinzia (Italian) [f]
 form of Cynthia
Cio
Ciobi
Ciola
Ciorie
Cipher
Cippie
Cippolini (Italian) [m]
Cipsy
Cir
Cira
Circe (Greek)
 myth. fairy, changed travelling companions of Odysseus into pigs
Circus
Cirius
Cirka
Cirke
Cirko
Ciro
Ciros
Cirra
Cirrus [m]
Cirus
Cisa
Cisco
Cisi
Ciska
Ciskadi
Ciske [f]
Cisko
Cismou [mf]
Ciss
Cisse [m]
Cissel
Cissi
Cissie
Cissy
Cistila (Native American) [f]
 "little"
Cit
Cita (Latin) [mf]
 "happy" " the fast one"
Citcit
Citi
Citie
Citina [f]
Citney (English) [f]
Cito (African) [m]
 "jewel"
Citroen (Dutch)
 "citron"
Citron
Citrus
Citt
Citta
Citte
Citti
Citto
Citty
City (English) [mf]
Ciu [m]
Ciwa
Ciwi (English) [mf]
Ciza
CJ
Ckim
C'Kim
Ckissme
Claartje (Dutch) [f]
 short form of Clara
Claer
Claera
Claerchen
Claere
Claerens
Clair
Claire (French) [f]
 form of Clara
Clan
Clancy (Gaelic) [m]
 "red warrior"
Clannad (Irish)
 Short for "an clann as Dobhar", meaning "family of Dore"
Clanzo
Clapton (English) [m]
 last name of pop musician Eric Clapton
Clara (Latin) [f]
 "clear" or "bright"
Clare (English) [f]
 form of Clara
Clarenc
Clarence (Irish) [m]
 "of Clare" (a place in Ireland)
Clari
Clarice [f]
 elaborated form of Clara
Clarinda [f]
Claris
Clarissa (Latin) [f]
 form of Clarice
Clark (Old English) [m]
 "cleric" or "scholar"
Classic
Classy
Claud
Clauda
Claude (French) [m]
 form of Claudius
Claudette (French) [f]
 feminine form of Claudius
Claudia [f]
 feminine form of Claudius
Claudine [f]
 feminine form of Claudius
Claudio (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese) [m]
 form of Claudius
Claudius (Latin) [m]
 "lame"; 1st century Roman emperor
Claudy
Claus
Clave
Claws
Claxon
Clay (Old English) [m]
 "clay" or form of Clayton
Clayton (Old English) [m]
 "clay settlement"
Clea
Clear (English) [f]
Cleatus
Clement (Latin) [m]
 "meek" or "gentle"
Clementine [f]
 feminine form of Clement
Clenn
Cleo [f]
 short form of Cleopatra
Cleon
Cleopatra (Greek) [f]
 "glory of her father"; Egyptian queen, killed herself by poison or snake bite
Clera
Cletius
Clever Lady
Clia
Cliath
Cliché
Clickab
Clicki
Clide
Clif
Cliff [m]
 form of Clive, Clifford or Clifton
Clifford (Old Englsih) [m]
 "ford by a cliff"
Clifton (Old English) [m]
 "settlement by a cliff"
Climax
Clinker
Clint (English) [m]
 short form of Clinton
Clinto
Clinton (Old English) [m]
 "settlement on the summit"
Clio
 muse of history
Clip
Clipper
Clips (English) [f]
Clira
Clive (Teutonic) [m]
 "[dweller by the] cliff"
Clivia
Clivo
Clod
Clodo
Clodwig
Cloe
Clone
Clooney
Clorie
Clota
Cloto
Clou
Cloud
Cloudy
Clouseau
Clousseau
Clover
Clovia (Teutonic) [f]
 "clover"
Clovis (Teutonic) [m]
 "clover"
Clown
Cluaran
Cludo
Cluedo
Cluno
Cluny
Clutch (English)
Clutha [mf]
 river
Clwyd
Clyde (Celtic) [m]
 river in Scotland
Clydine
Clythia
Co
Coal
Coba [m]
Cobalt
Coban
Cobber (English (australian)) [m]
 "friend", "mate"
Cobbo
Cobe (English) [m]
Cobie [m]
Cobina
Cobra
Cobus
Coby
Coca
CocaCola
Cocain
Cochise
Cocio
Cocis
Cockateil
Cocker
Cocki
Cockrum
Cockteal
Cocky
Coco (Dutch) [f]
Cocoa
Cocolina [f]
Cocomo (African) [f]
 "moon"
Coconut
Cocopuff
Coda
Codey
Codi
Codo (German) [m]
Cody (Gaelic) [m]
 "helpful"
Coernel
Coesar
Coffee
Coffie Brown (English)
 Colour
Cog
Cognac
Cognomen
Coho
Coi
Coil
Cointreau
Coisty (Scottish) [m]
 soccerplayer
Coize (French) [f]
Cojak
Coke
Cola [f]
Colby
Coldy
Cole (Old English) [m]
 "black"
Coleman
Colett
Coletta
Colette [f]
 short form of Nicolette
Coli
Colin [m]
 short form of Nicholas or Columba
Colinda [f]
Colla
Collar
Colleen (Irish) [f]
 "girl"
Collette (French) [f]
Colli
Collie
Collin (English) [m]
Collo
Collty
Colly (English) [mf]
Colmar
Colonel
Colorado
Colt
Colta [f]
Colter
Colton (Old English) [m]
 "coal town"
Columba (Latin) [m]
 "dove"
Comanche
Comar (Turkish) [mf]
Comatsho
Combo
ComeHere
Comet (English) [m]
Comhir (Dutch) [mf]
 come here
Comis (Latin)
 "nice"
Como
Compadre
Compagne (Spanish)
 "Friend, helper"
Compass
Complex (Dutch) [m]
Compromis
Comtess
Comtessa
Comtesse
Con
Cona
Conal
Conall
Conan (Gaelic) [m]
 "wolf" or "hound"
Concer (English) [m]
Concha (Greek) [f]
 "shell"
Conchar (Gaelic) [m]
 "wolf lover", "high will", "desire"
Conchito (Spanish) [m]
Conci (Native American) [mf]
 "Horse"
Concori
Conda
Condi
Condo
Condor
Condra
Condur
Coned
Conejo
Confection
Confetti
Confucius (Latin) [m]
 Chinese philosopher, 500 B.C.
Conga
Congo
Coni
Conja
Conjeta
Conjurer
Conlan
Conner (Irish) [m]
 variation of Connor
Connex
Conni
Connie [f]
 short form of Constance
Connor (Gaelic) [m]
 "dog lover" or "wolf lover"
Conny
Conquita
Conrad (Teutonic) [m]
 "able council"
Conrade
Conse
Conso [m]
Constance (Latin) [f]
 "constancy"
Constantin
Constantine (Latin) [m]
 "constant" or "steadfast"
Contax
Contessa
Conti
Contra
Converse
Convict
Conwell
Coocha
Coocky
Cooie
Cookey
Cooki
Cookie (English) [f]
Cookie Monster
Cookies
Cool
Coolio
Coon
Coonie
Cooper [m]
Coos
Cooter
Coowait
Cop
Copa [m]
Copain (French) [m]
 "friend"
Copine (French) [f]
 "friend"
Co-pouh (Hungarian) [mf]
 "hound"
Copper
Coquette
Cor
Cora [f]
 feminine form of Corey or short form of Corinna
Corad
Coral (English) [f]
Coran [m]
Coraq (Norwegian) [m]
Corax
Corazon
Corba [m]
Corbi
Corbin (Latin) [m]
 possibly "raven"
Corby
Cord
Corda
Cordelia [f]
 variant of Cordula
Cordell (Teutonic) [m]
 "maker of cord" or "seller of cord"
Cordia
Cordial
Cordie
Cordjana
Cordo
Cordoba
Cordula (Latin) [f]
 "heart"
Corduroy
Cordus
Cordy [f]
 cordelia'
Corey (Gaelic) [m]
 possibly "ravine"
Cori
Coriande
Corie
Corin (Latin) [m]
 possibly "spear" (Quirinus)
Corina
Corine
Corinna (Greek) [f]
 "maiden"
Corinne [f]
 form of Corinna
Cork (English) [m]
 city in Ireland
Corkey
Corky
Corlos
Cormac
Cormik
Corne (Dutch) [m]
 cornelis'
Cornel
Cornelia [f]
 feminine form of Cornelius
Cornelius [m]
 meaning unknown, from Roman family name.
Cornell
Cornet
Cornielius
CornPops
Coro
Corolla
Corona
Coronado
Coronet
Corra (Polish) [f]
 "brave"
Corrado (Italian) [m]
 form of Conrad
Corragio (Italian) [m]
Corri
Corrie
Corrin
Corro
Corry
Corsa
Corso (Italian) [m]
Cort
Cortex
Cortez (Spanish)
 parliament in Spain and Portugal
Corti
Cortina
Corto [m]
Coruna
Corus [m]
Corvax
Corvette
Corvin
Cory [m]
 variant of Corey
Cosa
Cosak
Cosbo [mf]
Cosby
Coscina
Coset
Cosette (French) [f]
Cosi
Cosie
Cosima [f]
 feminine form of Cosmo
Cosita (Spanish) [f]
Cosmea
Cosmo (Greek) [m]
 "order"
Cosmopolitan
Coso
Cossi
Costa (Spanish) [mf]
 "coast"
Costaud (French) [m]
 "brave man"
Costly
Cosy
Cotton (English)
Coty
Couage
Cougar (English) [m]
Count
Countach (Italian) [m]
Countess
Coura
Courage (English; French) [mf]
Couros [m]
Courtney (French) [mf]
 "short nose" or from place name meaning "domain of Curtis"
Courvoisier
Cousco
Couscous
Cousteau
Cover
Covey [mf]
Covoe [mf]
Cowboy (English) [m]
Cowdog (English)
Cowgirl
Cox
Coy
Coyote
Cozie (Japanese) [mf]
 "wind"
Cozmo
Cpu
Crabtree
Crac
Crack
Cracker (English) [m]
Crackers
Craig (Gaelic) [m]
 "[dweller by the] crag"
Craigmillar (Scottish)
 name of castle near Edinburgh
Cralo
Crampus
Cranberry
Crannock (Scottish) [mf]
Crappers
Craquotje (French) [mf]
 "biscuit"
Crash (English) [mf]
Crassus
Crasty (English) [m]
Crawdad
Crawford
Craze
Crazy
Crazzy
Cream
Creampuff
Creas
Creda
Credo [m]
Cree
Creed
Creek
Crengor
Crenny
Creole
Crescent
Crescentina
Cress
Cressa [f]
Cressy
Cresta
Cretel
Cretia (English) [f]
 english diving boat
Crhysy
Crick
Cricket
Crier
Crilly (Irish) [mf]
 someone who lives in Cillarney
Crimble [m]
Crimson
Cringer
Crinkles
Crip [m]
Cris
Crischa
Crispen
Criss
Crissy (English) [f]
Crista
Cristal [f]
Cristan
Cristy
Cristyl
Critt
Critter
Crocco
Crochard
Crock
Crocket
Crockett
Crocodil Dundy
Crocodile
Crocus
Crocxine
Crofter
Croissant (French)
 type of bread
Crok
Croket
Cromwell
Cronan
Cronje
Cronus (Latin) [m]
Crony (English) [f]
 "best friend"
Crook (English)
 "villain"
Crosby
Cross
Crottal
Crouton
Crow
Crudler (English) [m]
Cruesli [m]
Crugar
Cruijf (Dutch)
 soccerplayer
Cruise
Cruiser
Cruising
Cruize [m]
 cruise'
Crumb
Crumpet
Crunch (English) [mf]
Cruncher
Crunchie
Cruncie
Crunkbaby
Crunkboy
Cruno
Crusader
Crush (English) [mf]
Crusoe
Cruz
Cruzer
Crybaby
Cryptonite
Crystal (English) [f]
Crystale
Csanto
Csantor [m]
Csardas
Csikos
Csinka (Czech)
 "darling"
Csinos (Hungarian) [m]
 nice boy
Csopi (Hungarian) [mf]
 "waterdrop"
(Irish) [mf]
 "hound"
Cuando (Spanish) [mf]
 when
Cuanto
Cuate
Cuatro (Spanish) [m]
 "fourth"
Cuba [f]
 country
Cubby (English) [mf]
Cube (English) [m]
Cubin
Cubix (English) [m]
Cuby
Cucaracha
Cucci [m]
Cucina
Cuckoo
Cuda (English) [mf]
 short of baracuda
Cuddels
Cuddle
Cuddlebug
Cuddler
Cuddles
Cuera
Cuervo
Cueva
Cugon
Cuillinn
Cuincy
Cuintus
Cujo (English) [m]
 out of a book by Stephen King
Cula [f]
Cullen
Cully [m]
Cuma
Cuna
Cunfried
Cuni
Cuno [mf]
Cuntra
Cunwa (Tibetan) [mf]
 "little one"
Cupcake
Cupid (English)
 = Cupido, Latin God of love
Cupido (Latin) [m]
 God of Love
Cupiedo
 cupido'
Cupko (Bosnian) [m]
 "hair-mess (curles)"
Cura
Curd
Curia
Curie
Curio
Curious (English) [mf]
Curly (English) [mf]
Curly-Sue
Curmudgeon
Curoy
Curry
Curson
Curt [m]
 form of Kurt or short form of Curtis
Curtis (French) [m]
 "courteous"
Curtsy
Cusan
Cuss
Custa
Custard
Custos (Latin) [mf]
 "guard"
Cutch
Cutchi
Cute
Cutie (English) [mf]
CutiePie
Cutter (English) [m]
Cuttles
Cutty
Cuvier
Cuza
Cwanda
Cwarto (Spanish)
 "sun"
Cwazi
Cwieno [m]
Cyan (English) [f]
 shade of blue
Cyana [f]
 "blue"
Cyba
Cybel
Cybele
Cyber (English) [m]
Cybil
Cyclone
Cyclops [m]
Cydee (Greek) [f]
 "to exult", "to result"
Cyffdy
Cylas [m]
Cylon
Cym
Cymber [f]
Cyndi
Cyndie
Cynge
Cyntha
Cynthia (Greek) [f]
 "of Cynthus"; Roman goddess of hunt and the moon; also Artemis, Diana
Cyntia
 see Cynthia
Cypra
Cypress
Cyprus [f]
Cyra [f]
Cyran [m]
Cyrano
Cyras
Cyrco
Cyrene
Cyrer
Cyrie
Cyril (Greek) [m]
 "lord" or "ruler"
Cyrilla [f]
Cyrillus
Cyrith
Cyrius
Cyron
Cyrus (Persian) [m]
Cystan
Cyster
Cyta
Cytha [f]
Cyto
Cyvar
Czar
Czardos
Czarewitch
Czarina (Russian) [f]
 "queen"
Czcibor (Slavic) [m]
 "praise fighting"
Czenon (Polish) [m]
Czerbakow
Czeslaw (Slavic) [m]
 "praise glory"

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