Boy Baby Names Beginning with the letter C

Baby Names Origin Meaning
Cabal Arthurian Legend Arthur's dog
Cabe English Variant of surname Cable - Ropemaker.
Cable English Ropemaker. An English surname.
Cacamwri Arthurian Legend Servant
Cacanisius Irish Son of Nis
Cace Irish Variant of Casey Alert; vigorous.
Cacey Irish Variant of Casey Alert; vigorous.
Cachamwri Celtic Mythical servant of Arthur
Cache French Peacemaker (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cadabyr English From the warrior's settlement
Cadance English rhythm (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
CaDarrius English (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cadby English From the warrior's settlement
Cadda English Warring
Caddaham English From the soldier's land
Caddaric English Battle leader
Caddarik English Battle leader
Caddawyc English From the warrior's town
Cade Scotland (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cadell Celtic Warring
Caden Welsh Spirit of Battle. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Caden German German surname which is derived from a place-name meaning "fen" (marshy land) (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Caderick Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cadeyn Gaelic origin of battle, form of cayden (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cadhla Irish Handsome
Cadman Celtic Fighter
Cadman Anglo-Saxon Warrior
Cador Arthurian Legend Nephew of Arthur
Cadwallon Anglo-Saxon Name of a king
Cadwallon Arthurian Legend A seventh century king
Caedmon Anglo-Saxon Poet
Caedon German German surname which is derived from a place-name meaning "fen" (marshy land) (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Caedwalla Anglo-Saxon Name of a king
Cael Irish Slender (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Caelam Latin Heavenly (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Caelan Irish Mighty warrior (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Caellum Australia Unknown
Caellum Celtic Brave Warrior
Caerleon Arthurian Legend Name of a battle site
Caersewiella English Lives at the watercress spring
Cafall Arthurian Legend Arthur's dog
Caffar Irish Helmet
Caflice Anglo-Saxon Brave
Cage Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cagney Irish Surname.
Cahal Celtic Strong in battle
Cahir Irish Wamor
Cahmari Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cai Arthurian Legend Arthur's brother
Caidan Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Caidren Welsh Warrier King or Battle King. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Caiger Baseball player (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cailean Scottish Virile; Contemporary variant of Cailean Child.
Cailin Scottish Contemporary variant of Cailean Child.
Caillen Scottish Virile
Caillou American Gentle (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cailon English (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cailym Irish Pillar of the church. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cain Hebrew Meaning Possessed. In the Bible Cain was the first murderer having killed his brother Abel in a fit of jealousy.
Cain Irish Archaic
Cainan Unknown Possessor,purchaser (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Caindale English From the clear river valley
Caine English Place name unrelated to the Biblical Cain.
Caine French Place name unrelated to the Biblical Cain.
Cainen Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cairbre Celtic Charioteer
Caiseal Irish From Cashel
Caith Irish From the battlefield
Caius Roman Rejoicer. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cal English Bold; Abbreviation of names beginning with Cal-
Caladh Scottish Harbor
Calan Scottish Contemporary variant of Cailean Child.
Calbert English Cowherd; cowboy.
Calbex English Shepherd
Calbhach Irish Bald
Calder Scottish Rough waters.
Calder Celtic From the stony river
Calder English Cold brook
Caldre English Cold brook
Caldwell English From the cold spring
Caldwiella English From the cold spring
Cale English Bold; Surname derived from Charles.
Caleb Hebrew Bold
Calem Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Calen Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Caley Irish Slender
Caley Scottish Contemporary variant of Cailean Child.
Calfhierde English Shepherd
Calhoun Irish From the narrow forest. Surname.
Calibom Arthurian Legend Various names for Arthur's sword
Calibome Arthurian Legend Various names for Arthur's sword
Calibor Arthurian Legend Various names for Arthur's sword
Calibum Arthurian Legend Various names for Arthur's sword
Calibumus Arthurian Legend Various names for Arthur's sword
Calidan Greek Alternate Spelling of: Calydon, Caledon. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Calien Scottish Worrier (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Calix Greek Very Handsome, Chalise. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Callaghan Irish Strife
Callahan Irish Surname.
Calldwr English Cold brook
Callel Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Callem Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Callen Irish Battle mighty (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Callihan Irish Spiritual (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Callough Irish Bald
Callum Scottish Bald dove
Calogrenant Arthurian Legend A knight
Calum Celtic Dove
Calvagh Irish Bald
Calvert English Cowherd; cowboy.
Calvex English Shepherd
Calvino Spanish Bald
Caly Irish Slender
Cam Scottish Crooked or crooked mouth
Cambeul Scottish Crooked mouth
Camdan Scottish From the winding valley
Camden Scottish From the winding valley
Camden Anglo-Saxon From the winding valley
Camdene Anglo-Saxon From the winding valley
Camdin Scottish From the winding valley
Camdyn Scottish From the winding valley
Camelon Arthurian Legend Site of Arthur's last battle
Camero Celtic Crooked nose
Cameron Celtic Crooked nose. Nickname of a Highland chieftain with a crooked nose.
Cameron Scottish Crooked nose. Nickname of a Highland chieftain with a crooked nose.
Camey Celtic Crooked nose
Camhlaidh Scottish Relic
Camillo Italian freeborn child, noble (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Camlann Arthurian Legend Site of Arthur's last battle
Camp Scottish Crooked mouth
Campbell French From the beautiful field
Campbell Scottish Crooked mouth
Camren Irish Crooked Nose. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Camrin Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Camron Scottish Variant of Cameron bent nose.
Camshron Scottish Crooked nose
Canavan Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cane Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Canice Irish Handsome
Canyon American As one with nature; Love of the mountains (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Caoimhghin Celtic Gentle
Caolaidhe Irish Slender
Caolan Irish Slender
Caomh Irish Lovable
Caperton English One who capers about (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Capildave Roman Catholic Sensitive, unique (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Car Celtic Fighter
Caradawc Arthurian Legend Son of Bran
Caradoc Arthurian Legend Son of Bran
Caradoc Celtic Dearly loved
Caraidland Scottish From the land between the streams
Carbry Celtic Charioteer
Carder Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cardew Celtic From the black fort
Carel French Strong
Carew Celtic From the fortress
Carey Celtic From the fortress
Carey Irish Of the dark ones.
Carl English a man
Carl German Variant of Charles a man.
Carlaisa Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Carlatun English From Carl's farm
Carleton English Variant of Carlton free men's town.
Carlin Irish Little champion
Carlin German a man.
Carlisle English From the walled City
Carlo French Strong
Carlomagno Spanish Charles the Great
Carlos French Strong
Carlos Spanish Manly
Carlson English Variant of Carlton free men's town.
Carlton Scottish From the land between the streams
Carlton English Free men's town.
Carlyle English From the walled City
Carmel Hebrew Garden
Carmelide Arthurian Legend Guinevere's father
Carmelo Hebrew Fruitful orchard. Refers to Mount Carmel in Palestine.
Carmi Hebrew Vine dresser
Carmichael Scottish Friend of Saint Michael
Carmine Hebrew Vine dresser
Carmontieh Unknown From the gift of God. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Carnell English Defender of the castle.
Carney Celtic Fighter
Carney Irish Victorious
Carolos French Strong
Carolus French Strong
Carr Celtic Fighter
Carr Scottish From the broken mossy ground
Carrado Arthurian Legend A knight
Carraig Irish From the rocky headland
Carrick Irish From the rocky headland
Carrington Celtic Place name and surname.
Carrington English Place name and surname.
Carrol Celtic Champion
Carroll Celtic Champion
Carroll Irish Manly
Carson Scottish Surname.
Carson English Son of Carr
Carswell English Lives at the watercress spring
Carter English Drives a cart
Cartere English Drives a cart
Carthach Irish Loving
Carthage Irish Loving
Cartland English From the land between the streams
Carvel English From the villa by the march
Carvell French Spearman's estate or marshy estate
Carvell English From the villa by the march
Carver English Carves wood or sculpts
Cary Celtic From the fortress
Cary Irish Of the dark ones.
Caryll French Strong, courageous (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Carzett Oklahoma City Brave, Honest (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Case Irish Variant of Casey Alert; vigorous.
Casen Unknown Alternate Spelling: Cason. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Caser Arabic King, Caesar (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Casey Celtic Brave
Casey Irish Alert; vigorous.
Cashel Irish From Cashel
Cashmere Unknown Soft and Warm (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Casimiro Spanish Peaceful
Casper Unknown Friendly, childlike, helpful (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cass Irish Curly-headed.
Cassian Irish Curly-headed.
Cassidy Irish Curly-headed. Surname.
Cassius Unknown Effective (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cassivellaunus Celtic From Arthurian legend
Casten Unknown Strong, fighter. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Caster English From the Roman camp
Castro Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Caswallan Celtic From Arthurian legend
Casyn American (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cat Scottish Catlike
Cath Arthurian Legend Name of a monster
Cathair Celtic Fighter
Cathair Scottish From the broken mossy ground
Cathal Celtic Strong in battle
Cathal Irish Battle strong
Cathan Old English Pure (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cathaoir Celtic Fighter
Cathaoir Irish Wamor
Cathmor Irish Great fighter
Cathmore Irish Great fighter
Catrell Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Catterick Arthurian Legend Name of a battle
Catterik Arthurian Legend Name of a battle
Cauc Native Brazilian Indian Hawk (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cauley Scottish Relic
Cavalon Arthurian Legend Name of a king
Cavan Irish From Cavan
Caven Unknown Caven, Biblical Spiritual Leanings (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Caw Arthurian Legend Name of a giant
Cawley Scottish Relic
Caybrin Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cayden Gaelic Fighter. Spirt of Battle. (Submitted by Babies Online Member) (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Caydyn Unknown Fighter (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cayle English Bold
Cayman Cayman Islands Species of alligator (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cayton English Knowledgable (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Ceaden (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Ceadin Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Ceallach Irish Strife
Ceallachan Irish Strife
Ceapmann English Merchant
Cearbhall French Manly
Cearbhall Irish Manly
Ceard Scottish Smith
Ceardach Scottish Smith
Cearnach Irish Victorious
Ceaster English Lives at the camp
Ceastun English Camp
Ceawlin Anglo-Saxon Name of a King
Cebastian Unknown Alternate spelling of Sebastian (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cedd Anglo-Saxon Name of a bishop
Cedric Celtic Chief (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cedric English Battle leader
Cedro Spanish Abbreviation of Isadoro strong gift.
Ceegan Irish A thinker, fiery one (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cein Irish Archaic
Celdtun English From the farm by the spring
Celsus Irish Name of a saint
Celyddon Celtic Mythical father of Culhwch
Cenehard English Bold guardian
Cenewig English Bold warrior
Cenewyg English Bold warrior
Cenwalh Anglo-Saxon Name of a king
Ceolbeorht English Seaman
Ceolfrith Anglo-Saxon Name of an abbot
Ceolwulf Anglo-Saxon Name of a king
Cerdic Anglo-Saxon Name of a king
Cerin Scottish Little Dark One (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cesar Spanish Long haired
Cesario Spanish Variant of Caesar.
Cesaro Spanish Long haired
Cetewind English From the cottage on the winding path
Cha'akmongwi Native American Crier chief (Hopi)
Cha'tima Native American The caller (Hopi)
Chace English Huntsman.
Chad English Warring; Medieval given name; abbreviation of surnames Chadwick and Chadwell.
Chad Anglo-Saxon Name of a saint
Chad Celtic Defence
Chadburn English From the wildcat brook
Chadburne English From the wildcat brook
Chadbyrne English From the wildcat brook
Chadrickl American Combination of Chad and Rick (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Chadwick English From the warrior's town
Chadwik English From the warrior's town
Chadwyk English From the warrior's town
Chagai Hebrew Mediates
Chaim Hebrew Life
Chaim Scottish Crooked
Chait Scottish Catlike
Challen Unknown The meaning of Challen means strong one of power and comes from the viking era (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Chalmer Scottish Rules the home
Chalmers Scottish Rules the home
Chan Spanish Nickname for John.
Chanan Hebrew Cloud
Chance English Chancellor
Chance French fortune; a gamble. Variant of Chauncey.
Chancellor English Chancellor
Chancey English Chancellor
Chandler English Candlemaker.
Chandler French Maker of candles
Chandon Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Chane French Oak-hearted.
Chaney French Oak-hearted.
Chankoowashtay Native American Good road (Sioux)
Chanler French Maker of candles
Chann English young wolf.
Chann Irish young wolf.
Channe Irish young wolf.
Channe English young wolf.
Channing English young wolf.
Channing French Member of the bishop's council
Channing Irish young wolf.
Channon English young wolf.
Channon Irish young wolf.
Chano Spanish Abbreviations for names ending in -ano and -rio. Chan: (Chinese) family name.
Chanoch Hebrew Initiating
Chanse Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Chansomps Native American Locust (Algonquin)
Chapalu Arthurian Legend Name of a monster
Chapin French Clergyman
Chapman Anglo-Saxon Merchant
Chapman English Merchant
Chappel French From the chapel
Chappell French From the chapel
CharKeyus Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Charles German A man. French variant of Carl adopted by the English since seventeenth-century reigns of King Charles I and II. British Charles Prince of Wales.
Charles English A man. French variant of Carl adopted by the English since seventeenth-century reigns of King Charles I and II. British Charles Prince of Wales.
Charles French Manly
Charleson English a man; variant of Carl.
Charleston English a man; variant of Carl.
Charleton English From Charles's farm
Charley English a man; variant of Carl.
Charlie English a man; variant of Carl.
Charlot French Son of Charlemagne
Charlton English From Charles's farm
Charly English a man; variant of Carl.
Charro Spanish Nickname for a cowboy particularly in Argentina.
Chas English a man; variant of Carl.
Chase English Huntsman.
Chasen English Huntsman.
Chaseyn Unknown Variant of Chase. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Chaska Native American First Born Son (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Chatham English From the soldier's land
Chattan Scottish Clan of the cats
Chatwin English Warring friend
Chatwyn English Warring friend
Chaunce English Chancellor
Chaunce French fortune; a gamble. Variant of Chauncey.
Chaunceler English Chancellor
Chauncey English Chancellor; fortune; a gamble.
Chauncey French fortune; a gamble.
Chauncy French fortune; a gamble. Variant of Chauncey.
Chauncy English fortune; a gamble. Variant of Chauncey.
Chavatangakwunua Native American Short rainbow (Hopi)
Chaviv Hebrew Dearly loved
Chavivi Hebrew Dearly loved
Chayce English Huntsman.
Chayim Hebrew Life
Chayne French Oak-hearted.
Chayo Spanish Abbreviations for names ending in -ano and -rio. Chan: (Chinese) family name.
Chayson French Variant of Chayse or Chase. Hunter. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Chayton Native American Falcon (Sioux)
Chaz English a man; variant of Carl.
Che Hebrew God will multiply
Che Spanish Abbreviation of Jose; Latin-American revolutionary Che Guevara.
Che Arthurian Legend Arthur's brother
Chelcie Old English Masculine form of Chelsea (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cheney French From the oak wood
Chepe Hebrew God will multiply
Chepito Hebrew God will multiply
Cherokee Native American People of a different speech. One of the largest American Indian tribes.
Chesley Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Chesmu Native American Witty
Chess English Camp of the soldiers.
Chester English Lives at the camp of the soldiers.
Cheston English Camp
Chet English Camp of the soldiers.
Chetwin English From the cottage on the winding path
Chetwyn English From the cottage on the winding path
Cheval French (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Chevalier French Horseman; knight.
Chevell French (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cheveyo Native American Spirit warrior (Hopi)
Chevy French Horseman; knight. An abbreviation of Chevalier. Actor-comedian Chevy Chase.
cheyenna Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cheyne French Oak-hearted.
Chiamaka Nigeria God is spelndid. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Chick English a man; variant of Carl.
Chico Spanish Boy; lad. Also Spanish abbreviation of Ezekiel.
Chikondi Biblical Love (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Chilton English From the farm by the spring
Chinwendu Unknown God has life (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Chiraag Hindi Brightness, Lamp (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Chiram Hebrew Noble
Chiranjivi Sanskrit He who lives forever (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Chisholm Scottish From Chisolm
Chlodwig German Famous warrior
Chochmo Native American Mud mound (Hopi)
Chochokpi Native American Throne for the clouds (Hopi)
Chochuschuvio Native American White tailed deer (Hopi)
Chogan Native American Blackbird (Algonquin)
Choncey English fortune; a gamble. Variant of Chauncey.
Choncey French fortune; a gamble. Variant of Chauncey.
Choni Hebrew Gracious
Choovio Native American Antelope (Hopi)
Choviohoya Native American Young deer (Hopi)
Chowilawu Native American Joined together by water (Hopi)
Chris English Abbreviation of Christopher and Christian.
Chris-Valen South Africa Strong, sensitive speaks his mind, shy, compassionate open minded (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Christhian Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Christiaan Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Christie Scottish Christian
Christien French Christian
Christofer German With Christ inside.
Christoffer German With Christ inside.
Christofor French With Christ inside.
Christon Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Christophe French With Christ inside.
Christopher Unknown One who holds Christ in his heart. (Submitted by Babies Online Member) (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Christy Scottish Christian
Chu'a Native American Snake (Hopi)
Chuchip Native American Deer spirit (Hopi)
Chuck English a man; variant of Carl.
Chucrallah Arabic (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Chukwumah Nigeria God knows all (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Chunta Native American Cheating (Hopi)
Churchill English Lives at the church hill
Churchyll English Lives at the church hill
Cian Irish Archaic
Cianan Irish Archaic
Ciaran Scotland (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Ciarrai Irish County
Ciceron Spanish Chickpea
Cidro Spanish Abbreviation of Isadoro strong gift.
Cilas German Forest (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cillian Irish Battle
Cingeswell English Lives at the king's spring
Cingeswiella English Lives at the king's spring
Cinneide Irish Helmeted
Cinque African Strong uplifting leader (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cinwell English Lives at the king's spring
Cipriano Spanish From Cyprus
Ciqala Native American Little one (Dakota)
Circehyll English Lives at the church hill
Cirilo Spanish Noble
Ciro Spanish Sun
Cisco Spanish Diminutive of Francisco.
Ciyere Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Clach Scottish Stone
Claec English Dark
Claeg English Mortal
Claegborne English From the clay brook
Claegtun English Mortal
Claiborn English From the clay brook
Claiborne English clay
Clamedeus Arthurian Legend Name of a king
Clancy Irish Ruddy warrior
Clarion Arthurian Legend Name of a king
Clark English Cleric; secretary.
Clarke English Cleric; secretary.
Claud English Lame.
Claude English Lame.
Claudio English Lame.
Claudio Spanish Lame
Claudius English Lame.
Clay English Mortal
Clayborne English From the clay brook
Claybourne English From the clay brook
Clayburn English From the clay brook
Claysen Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Clayson English Variant of Nicholas. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Clayton English Mortal; Place-name and surname derived from Clay.
Cleavon English Cliff.
Cleit Scottish Rocky eminence
Clennan Scottish Finnian's servant
Cleon English From the cliff
Cleve English cliffs; Abbreviation of Cleveland.
Cleveland English From the cliff land
Clevon English From the cliff
Cleyton Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cliff English Lives by the ford near the cliff
Clifford English Lives by the ford near the cliff
Cliffton English From the farm near the cliff
Clifland English From the cliff land
Clifton English From the farm near the cliff
Cliftun English From the farm near the cliff
Clint English From the headland estate
Clinton English From the headland estate. Hillside town.
Clinttun English From the headland estate
Clintwood English hillside.
Clive English Lives at the cliffs
Clodoveo Spanish Famous warrior
Clovis French Name of a king
Clovis German Renowned fighter. Variant of Louis.
Cluny Irish From the meadow
Clust Celtic Mythical son of Clustfeinad
Clustfeinad Celtic Mythical father of Clust
Clyde Scottish Refers to the Scottish Clyde river.
Clyffton English From the farm near the cliff
Clyfland English From the cliff land
Clyford English Cliff-side ford.
Clyftun English From the farm near the cliff
Clyve English Lives at the cliffs
Cnidel Arthurian Legend Name of a king
Cnut Anglo-Saxon Name of a king
Coady Unknown Same as Cody (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Coburn Scottish Surname and place name.
Coburn English Surname and place name.
Coby English Variant of Coburn.
Coby Scottish Variant of Coburn.
Cochise Native American Renowned warrior chief of the Chiricahua Apache.
Cochlain Irish Hooded
Cocidius Celtic Mythical hunter god
Codell English Helpful.
Codell Irish Helpful.
Codey English Helpful.
Codey Irish Helpful.
Codi English A cushion
Codie English A cushion
Codie Irish Helpful.
Cody Irish Helpful.
Cody English A cushion; Helpful.
Coey Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cofahealh English Lives at the cave slope
Cogan Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Coghlan Irish Hooded
Cohen German Allternate Spellings: Coen or Koen.Brave. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Coilin Irish Virile
Coillcumhann Irish From the narrow forest
Coinneach Celtic Handsome
Coinneach Irish Handsome
Coire Scottish Seething pool
CoireaIl Irish Lordly
Colan English Abbreviation of Nicholas people's victory.
Colan French Abbreviation of Nicholas people's victory.
Colbert English Seaman
Colbert French Dark; dark-haired.
Colbey French Dark; dark-haired.
Colby Anglo-Saxon From the dark village
Colby English From the black farm (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cole English From the dark town; Abbreviation of Nicholas people's victory.
Coleman English Dark skinned
Coleman Irish Dove
Colemann English Dark skinned
Coleton English Coles town, form of Colton (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Coletun English From the dark town
Coley English Variant of Nicholas people's victory.
Colfre English Dove
Colier English Charcoal merchant
Colin Scottish Victory of the people
Colin English Abbreviation of Nicholas people's victory.
Colin French Abbreviation of Nicholas people's victory.
Colis English Son of the dark man
Colla Irish An ancient Irish name whos meaning is lost in antiquety
Collier English Charcoal merchant Coal miner.
Collin English Abbreviation of Nicholas people's victory.
Collin French Abbreviation of Nicholas people's victory.
Collin Irish Virile
Collins French Abbreviation of Nicholas people's victory.
Collins English Abbreviation of Nicholas people's victory.
Collis English Son of the dark man
Collyer English Charcoal merchant
Collyn Celtic Victor. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Colm Irish Dove
Colman English Variant of Nicholas people's victory.
Colman Irish Dove
Colmcille Irish Dove of the church
Colquhoun Scottish From Colquhoun
Colson English Variant of Nicholas people's victory.
Colt English From the dark town
Colten English Coal town.
Colter English Horse herdsman Variant of Colt young horse;frisky.
Coltere English Horse herdsman
Colton English From the dark town
Coltrane English Variant of Colt young horse;frisky.
Columbo Irish Dove
Colver English Dove
Colvert English Seaman
Colvyr English Dove
Colwyn Welsh A river in Wales. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Colyer English Charcoal merchant
Colyn French Abbreviation of Nicholas people's victory.
Colyn English Abbreviation of Nicholas people's victory.
Colys English Son of the dark man
Coman Irish Bent
Comhghan Irish Twin
Comron Persian Lucky (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Comyn Irish Shrewd
Comyn Scottish From Comines
Con Celtic Wise
Conaire Irish Wise or red
Conal Celtic High; mighty.
Conal Irish High; mighty.
Conall Celtic Strong in battle High; mighty.
Conall Irish High; mighty.
Conan Irish Hound.
Conan Celtic Wise
Conant Celtic Wise
Conary Irish An ancient Irish name whos meaning is lost in antiquety
Conchobar Celtic Mythical hero
Conchobhar Irish Strong willed or wise
Condan Celtic Dark haired wise man
Condon Celtic Dark haired wise man
Conlan Irish Hero
Conleth Irish Ardent or wise
Conley Irish Ardent or wise
Conn Irish High; mighty.
Conn Celtic Mythical son of Lir wise; High; mighty.
Connacht Irish Brave or wise
Connah Welsh Contented (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Connal Celtic High; mighty.
Connal Irish High; mighty.
Connell Celtic Strong in battle
Connell Irish Surname. High; mighty.
Conner Irish Hound-lover.
Connie Irish Strong willed or wise
Connla Celtic Mythical son of Conn
Connlaio Irish Ardent or wise
Connolly Irish Brave or wise
Connor Irish Strong willed or wise Hound-lover.
Connur Irish (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Conny Irish Strong willed or wise
Conor Irish Strong willed or wise
Conor Irish (Gealic) Strength (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Conrad German Honest advisor Brave; wise.
Conradin German Honest advisor
Conrado Spanish Spanish form of Conrad able counsel
Conrado German Honest advisor
Conroy Celtic Persistent
Conroy Irish Wise or red
Constantine Latin Constant, Steadfast (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Constantino Spanish Constant
Conway Celtic Hound of the plain
Conway Irish Hound of the plain
Cony English Variant of Corey Hill hollow.
Cony Irish Variant of Corey Hill hollow.
Cooey Irish Hound of the plains
Cooley Irish Hound of Ulster
Coolie Irish Hound of Ulster
Cooney Irish Handsome
Cooper English Barrel maker
Coopersmith English Barrel maker
Copenhagen Irish Lord of the pastures. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Corann Celtic Mythical druid
Corban Greek A gift devoted to God. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Corben English Raven-haired.
Corben French Raven-haired.
Corbenic Arthurian Legend Where the grail was kept
Corbett English Raven.
Corbett French Raven.
Corbin English Raven-haired.
Corbin French Raven-haired.
Corbmac Irish Charioteer
Corby French Raven-haired.
Corby English Raven-haired.
Corbyn English Raven-haired.
Corbyn French Raven-haired.
Corcoran Irish Reddish skin Surname.
Cord English Variant of Cordell cordmaker.
Cord German Honest advisor
Cordale English Variant of Cordell cordmaker.
Corday English Variant of Cordell cordmaker.
Cordell English Cordmaker.
Corden Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cordero Spanish Lamb, sheep. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cordin Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Corey English Hill hollow.
Corey Irish From the round hill or hollow.
Corey Scottish Seething pool
Corey Anglo-Saxon Chosen
Cori Irish From the round hill
Corin Irish Spear-bearer.
Corky English Variant of Corey Hill hollow.
Corky Irish Variant of Corey Hill hollow.
Corlan Irish Spear-bearer.
Corley English Variant of Corey Hill hollow.
Corley Irish Variant of Corey Hill hollow.
Cormac Celtic Charioteer
Cormac Irish Charioteer
Cormack Irish Variant of Cormac raven's son.
Cormic Irish Charioteer
Cormick Irish Charioteer; Variant of Cormac raven's son.
Cornelio Spanish Horn
Cornelius Irish Strong willed or wise
Corrado German Bold
Corran Irish Spear-bearer.
Corren Irish Spear-bearer.
Correy English Variant of Corey Hill hollow.
Correy Irish Variant of Corey Hill hollow.
Corrick English Variant of Corey Hill hollow.
Corrick Irish Variant of Corey Hill hollow.
Corrin Irish Spear-bearer.
Cort German Honest advisor
Cort English Courtier; court attendant.
Cort French Courtier; court attendant.
Cortez Spanish Courteous. Variant of Curtis. The Spanish explorer and adventurer Cortez conquered the Aztec civilization of Mexico with only a small expeditionary force.
Cortland English Courtier; court attendant.
Cortland French Courtier; court attendant.
Corvin English Raven-haired.
Corvin French Raven-haired.
Corwan English Friend of the heart
Corwin English Friend of the heart
Corwine English Friend of the heart
Corwyn English Friend of the heart
Cory English hill; hollow.
Cory Irish From the round hill
Cory Scottish Seething pool
Cosimo Italian (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cosmas Greek A saint (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cosmo Greek Order, universe. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Costello Irish Surname.
Cougar Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Coughlan Irish Hooded
Coulter English Variant of Colt young horse;frisky.
Court French Courtier; court attendant.
Court English Courtier; court attendant.
Courtenay English Courtier; court attendant.
Courtenay French Courtier; court attendant.
Courtland Anglo-Saxon Dweller by the dark stream
Courtland English Lives at the farmstead
Courtland French Courtier; court attendant.
Courtlin Unknown A varaition of Courtland (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Courtnay Anglo-Saxon Dweller by the dark stream
Courtnay French From the court
Courtney Anglo-Saxon Dweller by the dark stream
Courtney English Courtier; court attendant.
Courtney French From the court
Covell English Lives at the cave slope
Covey Irish Hound of the plains
Covyll English Lives at the cave slope
Cowan Irish Twin
Cowen Irish Twin
Cowyn Irish Twin
Coyan French Modest.
Coyle Irish Leader in battle.
Coyne French Modest.
Cradawg Celtic Mythical son of Bran
Craig Scottish Dwells at the crag
Craighton English From the town close to the rocks. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Crandall English From the crane valley
Crandell English From the crane valley
Cranleah English From the crane meadow
Cranley English From the crane meadow
Cranly English From the crane meadow
Crannog Scottish Lake dweller
Cranston English From the crane estate
Cranstun English From the crane estate
Crawford English From the crow's ford
Crayton Scottish Border dweller.
Creed English Belief; guiding principle.
Creedance Unknown Another way of spelling Credence (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Creedon Irish A surname meaning Belief; guiding principle.
Creighton English Lives at the creek town
Creighton Scottish From the farm by the creek
Creketun English Lives at the creek town
Crespin English Curly-haired. The 3rd century martyr St. Crispin is known as patron of shoemakers.
Creswell English Crest of honour (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cretien French Christian
Crevan Irish Fox
Crewe English Town in Cheshire, England (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Crichton English From the town by the creek
Cris Spanish Variant abbreviation of Christopher and Christian.
Crispin English Curly-haired. The 3rd century martyr St. Crispin is known as patron of shoemakers.
Cristian Spanish Follower of Christ; the Annointed.
Cristiano Spanish Christian
Cristobal Spanish Spanish form of Christopher Christ bearer
Cristofer Spanish With Christ inside.
Cristofor Spanish With Christ inside.
Criston Spanish Follower of Christ; the Annointed.
Cristopher Unknown Christ (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cristos Spanish Follower of Christ; the Annointed.
Cristoval Spanish With Christ inside.
Croften English From the enclosed town
Crofton English From the enclosed town
Crogher Irish Loves hounds
Crohoore Irish Loves hounds
Crom Scottish Crooked
Crombwiella English Lives by the winding stream
Crompton English From the winding farm
Cromwell Scottish From the crooked well
Cromwell English Lives by the winding stream
Cronan Irish Little dark one
Crosby American (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Crosleah English From the cross meadow
Crosleigh English From the cross meadow
Crosley English From the cross meadow
Crosly English From the cross meadow
Crowell English From a town in England. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Crowley Irish Hunch backed
Croydon English Surname and place-name.
Cruadhlaoich Irish Hunch backed
Cruim Scottish Crooked
Cruz Spanish Cross.
Crystifer Unknown Christ like. Combination of Christopher and Crystie. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cuanaic Irish Handsome
Cuartio Spanish Born fourth
Cuarto Spanish Born fourth
Cuchulain Celtic Mythical Hound of Ulster
Cuinn Celtic Wise
Cuinn Irish Intelligent
Culain Celtic Mythical smith
Culann Celtic Mythical smith
Culbart English Seaman
Culbert English Seaman
Culhwch Arthurian Legend Arthur's nephew
Cullan Irish Good-looking lad.
Cullen Celtic Cub
Cullen Irish Good-looking lad. Surname.
Culley Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cullin Irish Good-looking lad.
Cullo Irish Hound of Ulster
Culloden Scottish From the nook of the marsh
Culum Irish (Gealic) Dove (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Culver English Dove
Cumhea Irish Hound of the plains
Cumin Scottish From Comines
Cumming Scottish From Comines
Cunningham Scottish From Cunningham
Cupere English Barrel maker
Curcio French Courteous
Curcio Spanish Polite
Curran Irish Surname.
Currito Spanish Free
Curro Spanish Free
Curt French From the court
Curt English Abbreviation of Curtis courteous. See also Cort and Kurt.
Curtice French Courteous
Curtis French Courteous
Curtis English Courteous. See also Curt
Curtiss English Courteous. See also Curt
Curtiss French Courteous. See also Curt
Cus Arthurian Legend Name of a king
Custennin Celtic Mythical giant
Cuthbeorht English Noted splendor
Cuthbert English Noted splendor
Cutler English Makes knives
CuUladh Irish Hound of Ulster
Cuyler Irish Chapel
Cwentun English From the queen's estate
Cy English Master; lord.
Cylus American Forest (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cyndra Unknown Combination of the names Cynthia or Cindy. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cyneleah English Lives in the royal meadow
Cyneley English Lives in the royal meadow
Cyneric English Royal
Cynerik English Royal
Cynhard English Bold guardian
Cyning English Royal
Cynric English Royal
Cynrik English Royal
Cyprien French From the Roman family name Cyprianus which meant from Cypres (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cyrano French Cyrano de Bergerac was a seventeenth-century soldier and science-fiction writer.
Cyril English Master; lord.
Cyrill English Master; lord.
Cyris Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Cyrus Persian The Sun (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Czarwill Philipines Smart boy (Submitted by Babies Online Member)

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