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Origin Meaning
Cable  Old French  rope 
Cade    pure 
Cadeo  Vietnamese  folk song 
Caedmon  Celtic  wise warrior 
Cailan  Gaelic  child 
Cain  Hebrew  craftsman 
Caius  Latin   
Calder  Old English  river of stones, stream 
Caldwell  Old English  cold spring 
Caleb  Hebrew  bold, dog 
Calhoun  Old English  warrior 
Calisto  Greek  most beautiful 
Calixto  Latin  a chalice 
Callis  Latin  cup 
Calvin  Latin  bald 
Cam  Vietnamese, English  orange fruit, sweet, beloved, referring to the sun 
Camden  Scottish  from the winding valley 
Cameron  Old English  bent nose 
Camlin  Celtic  crooked line 
Campbell  French  beautiful field 
Candan  Turkish  sincerely 
Canute  Norwegian  knot 
Carden  Celtic  from the black fortress 
Carel  French  strong 
Carey  Latin  dear, pleasant stream 
Carl  Teutonic  one who is strong, man 
Carleton  Old English  Carl's town 
Carlin  Gaelic  little champion 
Carlyle  Old English  Carl's island 
Carr  Norwegian  from the marsh 
Carrick  Gaelic  dweller on the rocky cape 
Carrington  Old English  beautiful 
Carson  Swedish  Son of Carr 
Carter  Old English  cart driver 
Carver  Old English  sculptor, wood carver 
Cary  Celtic  honest one, shy 
Case  Old French  chest 
Casey  Celtic, Gaelic  brave, watchful 
Casper  Persian  treasurer 
Cassidy  Gaelic  clever 
Cassius  Latin  vain 
Castel  Spanish  belonging to a castle 
Cato  Latin  sagacious, wise one 
Caton  Spanish  knowledgeable, wise 
Cavan  Gaelic  handsome 
Cayden  Gaelic  spirit of battle 
Ceasar  Latin  to cut 
Ceasar  Latin  hairy child, long haired 
Cedric  Welsh  bounty, spectacle, founder 
Cemal  Arabic  beauty 
Cengis  Turkish   
Chad  Old English  warlike, warrior 
Chaika  Hebrew  life 
Chaim  Hebrew  life 
Chal  English  boy, son 
Chale  Spanish  strong and manly 
Chalmers  Scottish  son of the lord 
Chaman  Hindu   
Chancellor  Old French  secretary 
Chander  Hindu  moon 
Chandler  French  candle maker 
Chane  Hindu, Swahili  name of a god, dependability 
Chaney  Old French  oak-wood 
Channing  Old English  knowing 
Chapal  Hindu   
Chapin  Old French  clergyman 
Chapman  Old English  merchant 
Charan  Hindu   
Charles  Old English  manly, strong 
Chase  Old French  hunter 
Chata  African  an ending 
Chauncey  Latin  chancellor 
Chayton  Sioux  falcon 
Chen  Chinese  great, vast 
Cheney  Old French  from the oak forest 
Chester  Latin  camp 
Chetan  Hindu   
Chevalier  French, Old English  knight, chase, hunt 
Chiamaka  African  God is splendid 
Chike  African  power of god 
Chilton  Old English  farm by the spring 
Chin  Korean  precious 
Chinmay  Hindu   
Chintu  Hindu   
Chiranjeev  Hindu   
Chrirag  Hindu   
Christian  Greek  anointed, follows Christ 
Christopher  Greek  Christ-bearer 
Christos  Greek  Christ 
Ciceron  Latin  chickpea 
Ciel  French  from heaven 
Ciro  Spanish  the sun 
Clancy  Celtic  offspring of red-headed soldier 
Clarence  Latin  clear, bright 
Clark  Old English, French  cleric, scholar 
Clement  Latin  merciful 
Cleveland  Old English  land near the hill, from the cliffs 
Clifford  Old English  hill, near a slope 
Clinton  Old English  town near a hill 
Clyde  Welsh  heard from afar 
Coalan  Celtic  slender 
Cody  Celtic, Old English  assistant, a cushion, possessions 
Colby  Old English  coal town 
Cole  Old English, Greek  coal, victory of the people 
Coleman  English  charcoal burner, dove, peace 
Colin  Celtic, Greek  youth, child, victor 
Colon  Spanish  dove 
Colton  Old English  town of colt-breeding 
Coman  Arabic  noble 
Comfort  Latin  strengthen 
Concepcion  Spanish  fertile one, mother, father of nations 
Condon  Celtic  the dark-haired wise man 
Conner  Celtic  desire, wise aid, wolf-lover 
Conrad  Old German  brave counsel 
Constantine  Latin  faithful, firmness 
Consuelo  Spanish  consolation 
Conway  Welsh  river, hound of the plain 
Cooper  Latin  cask, barrel maker 
Corban  Greek  a gift devoted to God 
Corbin  Old French  raven, black hair 
Corcoran  Gaelic  of reddish complexion 
Cordell  Latin  small rope 
Corey  Celtic  raven, from the hollow 
Corin  Old English   
Cornelius  Latin  horn 
Cort  Old German  bold 
Cosmo  Greek  order, universe 
Coty  English  old house 
Courtland  Old English  the king's land, dweller in court 
Craig  Celtic  from near the crag 
Creighton  Old English  town near a creek 
Crispin  Latin  curly 
Crosby  English  dweller near the town crossing 
Csaba  Hungarian  from mythology, shepherd, wanderer 
Cseke  Hungarian  puller, carrier 
Csenger  Hungarian   
Csepel  Hungarian  young forest 
Csombor  Hungarian   
Csongor  Hungarian  hunting bird 
Ctirad  Czech   
Cullen  Celtic  young animal, handsome 
Curran  Gaelic  hero 
Currier  Old English  churn 
Curtis  Latin, Old French  court, courteous 
Cynric  Old English  with royal might 
Cyrano  Greek  from Cyrene 
Cyric  Celtic   
Cyril  Greek  lordly, proud 
Cyrus  Persian  the sun 


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