starting at letter C.
Carlota meaning: Form of Charlotte. Petite, feminine.
Carlota origin: Spanish
Carlotta meaning: Feminine form of Charles. Man, strong.
Carlotta origin: French
Carlson meaning: Variant of Carlton: Free men's town.
Carlson origin: English
Carlton meaning: Form of Carleton. Carl's town or farmer's town.
Carlton origin: English
Carly meaning: Little, womanly.
Carly origin: Latin
Carlyle meaning: Variant of Carlisle: From the protected tower; from the walled city.
Carlyle origin: English
Carma meaning: Fate.
Carma origin: Sanskrit
Carmea meaning: Song.
Carmea origin: Latin
Carmel meaning: A Vineyard.
Carmel origin: Hebrew
Carmela meaning: Form of Carmel. A vineyard.
Carmela origin: Hebrew
Carmelide meaning: Guinevere's father.
Carmelide origin: Arthurian Legend
Carmelina meaning: Golden.
Carmelina origin: Hebrew
Carmeline meaning: Golden.
Carmeline origin: Hebrew
Carmelita meaning: Form of Carmel. A vineyard.
Carmelita origin: Hebrew
Carmella meaning: Golden.
Carmella origin: Hebrew
Carmelle meaning: Fruitful orchard, as Mount Carmel in Palestine.
Carmelle origin: Latin
Carmelo meaning: Variant of Carmine: Garden.
Carmelo origin: English
Carmen meaning: Song.
Carmen origin: Latin
Carmencita meaning: Song.
Carmencita origin: Spanish
Carmentis meaning: Healer.
Carmentis origin: Latin
Carmi meaning: My vineyard, lamb of the waters. Non-gerderized Biblical name.
Carmi origin: Biblical
Carmia meaning: Song.
Carmia origin: English
Carmichael meaning: Follower of Michael; friend of Saint Michael.
Carmichael origin: Gaelic
Carmichail meaning: Son of the one who served Saint Michael.
Carmichail origin: Gaelic
Carmin meaning: Song.
Carmin origin: Latin
Carmina meaning: Song.
Carmina origin: English
Carmine meaning: Song.
Carmine origin: Latin
Carmita meaning: Song.
Carmita origin: English
Carmya meaning: Song.
Carmya origin: English
Carna meaning: Horn.
Carna origin: Arabic
Carnation meaning: Flesh-colored.
Carnation origin: French
Carne meaning: Variant of English surname Cairn meaning landmark or memorial of piled-up stones.
Carne origin: Gaelic
Carneades meaning: Name of a philosopher.
Carneades origin: Latin
Carnela meaning: Variant of Carmel: Garden or vinyard. Famous bearer: the name of a mountain in Isreal. The Carmelite order of mendicant friars was founded in the 12th century on Mount Carmel.
Carnela origin: Hebrew
Carnelian meaning: A red gem.
Carnelian origin: Latin
Carnell meaning: Defender of the castle.
Carnell origin: English
Carney meaning: Fighter.
Carney origin: Celtic
Carny meaning: Variant of Carney: Champion, victorious.
Carny origin: Irish
Caro meaning: Feminine variant of Charles: manly.
Caro origin: English
Carol meaning: Manly.
Carol origin: German
Carola meaning: Strong. A feminine form of Charles which originated in the 17th century.
Carola origin: English
Carolan meaning: Feminine variant of Charles: manly.
Carolan origin: English
Carolann meaning: Feminine variant of Charles: manly.
Carolann origin: English
Carolanne meaning: Feminine variant of Charles: manly.
Carolanne origin: English
Carole meaning: Variant of Carole: The french form of the English Carol, a dimunitive of Charles meaning strong.
Carole origin: French
Caroliana meaning: Feminine variant of Charles: manly.
Caroliana origin: English
Carolina meaning: Joy. Song of happiness. Also feminine variant of Charles: manly.
Carolina origin: English
Caroline meaning: Little, womanly.
Caroline origin: Latin
Caroll meaning: Variant of Carroll: Man. Famous Bearer: late television actor Carroll O'Connor.
Caroll origin: English
Carollan meaning: Variant of Carlin: Small champion.
Carollan origin: Gaelic
Carolo meaning: Variant of Carlos: Man (Spanish variant of Charles).
Carolo origin: Spanish
Carolos meaning: Strong.
Carolos origin: French
Carolus meaning: Variant of Carroll: Man. Famous Bearer: late television actor Carroll O'Connor.
Carolus origin: English
Carolyn meaning: Form of Caroline. Little, womanly.
Carolyn origin: English
Carolyne meaning: Feminine variant of Charles: manly.
Carolyne origin: English
Carolynn meaning: Feminine variant of Charles: manly.
Carolynn origin: English
Caron meaning: Pure.
Caron origin: French
Carona meaning: Crowned.
Carona origin: Spanish
Carpus meaning: Fruit, fruitful.
Carpus origin: Biblical
Carr meaning: From the marsh.
Carr origin: Scandinavian
Carrado meaning: A knight.
Carrado origin: Arthurian Legend
Carraig meaning: Rocky headland.
Carraig origin: Gaelic
Carree meaning: Abbreviation of Carol and Caroline from the masculine Charles meaning manly.
Carree origin: English
Carressa meaning: Tender touch.
Carressa origin: French
Carrick meaning: Dweller on the rocky cape.
Carrick origin: Celtic
Carrie meaning: Form of Carol. Manly.
Carrie origin: English
Carrina meaning: Little darling.
Carrina origin: Latin
Carrington meaning: Place name and surname.
Carrington origin: Celtic
Carrissa meaning: Very dear.
Carrissa origin: Greek
Carrol meaning: Champion.
Carrol origin: Celtic
Carrola meaning: Joy.
Carrola origin: Spanish
Carroll meaning: Champion.
Carroll origin: Celtic
Carrson meaning: Son of Carr.
Carrson origin: Scandinavian
Carshena meaning: A lamb, sleeping.
Carshena origin: Biblical
Carson meaning: Son of Carr.
Carson origin: Scandinavian
Carsten meaning: Christian.
Carsten origin: Latin
Carston meaning: Christian.
Carston origin: Latin
Carswell meaning: Lives at the watercress spring.
Carswell origin: English
Cartagh meaning: Variant of Carthach: Loving. A variant of Caradoc. The Irish St. Carthach, also known as St Carthage, founded an early 7th century monastery at Lismore, County Waterford.
Cartagh origin: Irish
Carter meaning: Cart driver.
Carter origin: English
Cartere meaning: Drives a cart.
Cartere origin: English
Carthach meaning: Loving. A variant of Caradoc. The Irish St. Carthach, also known as St Carthage, founded an early 7th century monastery at Lismore, County Waterford.
Carthach origin: Irish
Carthage meaning: The anglicized form of the Irish Carthach, which is a variant of Caradoc. The Irish St. Carthach, also known as St Carthage, founded an early 7th century monastery at Lismore, County Waterford.
Carthage origin: English
Cartimandua meaning: Name of a queen of Brigantes.
Cartimandua origin: Anglo-Saxon
Cartland meaning: From the land between the streams.
Cartland origin: English
Cartwright meaning: Builder of carts.
Cartwright origin: English
Carvel meaning: From the villa by the march.
Carvel origin: English
Carvell meaning: From the villa by the march.
Carvell origin: English
Carver meaning: Sculptor.
Carver origin: English
Carwyn meaning: Variant of Caerwyn: White fortress.
Carwyn origin: Welsh
Cary meaning: The dark one.
Cary origin: Celtic
Carya meaning: Daughter of Dion.
Carya origin: Latin
Caryl meaning: Joy. A variant of Carol or Carys. Feminine form of Carl.
Caryl origin: English
Caryn meaning: Modern variant of Karen.
Caryn origin: English
Caryna meaning: Keel.
Caryna origin: Latin
Carynn meaning: Modern variant of Karen.
Carynn origin: English
Carys meaning: Love.
Carys origin: Welsh
Cas meaning: Legendary son of Seidi.
Cas origin: Welsh
Casandra meaning: Unheeded prophetess. In Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's prediction of the fall of Troy was unheeded.
Casandra origin: Spanish
Casca meaning: 'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' A conspirator against Caesar.
Casca origin: Shakespearean
Case meaning: Bringer of peace.
Case origin: English
Caseareo meaning: Long haired.
Caseareo origin: Greek
Casee meaning: Brave, vigilant.
Casee origin: Irish
Casey meaning: Brave.
Casey origin: Celtic
Cash meaning: Diminutive of Caspar: Wealthy man.
Cash origin: English
Cashel meaning: From Cashel.
Cashel origin: Irish
Cashesegra meaning: Osage name meaning tracks of a large animal.
Cashesegra origin: Native American
Casidhe meaning: Dever.
Casidhe origin: Gaelic
Casilda meaning: Of the home.
Casilda origin: Latin
Casimir meaning: From a polish word meaning 'Proclamation of peace'.
Casimir origin: English
Casimire meaning: Variant of Casimir: Bringer of peace, announcing peace.
Casimire origin: Polish
Casimiro meaning: Variant of Casimir: Bringer of peace, announcing peace.
Casimiro origin: Polish
Casiphia meaning: Money, covetousness. Non-gerderized Biblical name.
Casiphia origin: Biblical
Casleu meaning: Rashness, confidence. Non-gerderized Biblical name.
Casleu origin: Biblical
Casluhim meaning: Hopes of life. Non-gerderized Biblical name.
Casluhim origin: Biblical
Casnar meaning: Legendary nobleman.
Casnar origin: Welsh
Caspar meaning: Form of Casper. Treasurer.
Caspar origin: Persian
Casper meaning: Treasurer.
Casper origin: Persian
Casperia meaning: Second wife of Rhoetus.
Casperia origin: Latin
Cass meaning: From Cassandra, prophetess.
Cass origin: Greek
Cassady meaning: Variant of Cassidy: Intelligent. Form Caiside, curly-headed.
Cassady origin: Irish
Cassandra meaning: Prophetess.
Cassandra origin: Greek
Cassandrea meaning: Unheeded prophetess. Cassandra was a Trojan prophetess, daughter of King Priam. In Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's prediction of the fall of Troy was unheeded.
Cassandrea origin: Greek
Cassaundra meaning: Unheeded prophetess. Cassandra was a Trojan prophetess, daughter of King Priam. In Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's prediction of the fall of Troy was unheeded.
Cassaundra origin: Greek
Cassi meaning: Abbreviation of Cassandra. Unheeded prophetess. In Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's prediction of the fall of Troy was unheeded.
Cassi origin: English
Cassia meaning: Champion.
Cassia origin: Greek
Cassian meaning: Curly haired.
Cassian origin: Irish
Cassidy meaning: Clever.
Cassidy origin: Celtic
Cassie meaning: Unheeded prophetess. A diminutive of Casirnir, Cassandra, or Catherine. Cassandra was a Trojan prophetess, daughter of King Priam. In Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's prediction of the fall of Troy was unheeded. Also used as an independent name.
Cassie origin: English
Cassiel meaning: Angel of Saturday; the earthly mother.
Cassiel origin: Latin
Cassio meaning: 'The Tragedy of Othello, Moor of Venice' Lieutenant to Othello.
Cassio origin: Shakespearean
Cassiopeia meaning: Mother of Andromeda.
Cassiopeia origin: Greek
Cassius meaning: Vain.
Cassius origin: Latin
Cassivellaunus meaning: From Arthurian legend.
Cassivellaunus origin: Celtic
Cassondra meaning: Form of Cassandra. Unheeded prophetess.
Cassondra origin: Greek
Casswallawn meaning: Legendary son of Beli.
Casswallawn origin: Welsh
Cassy meaning: Abbreviation of Cassandra. Unheeded prophetess. In Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's prediction of the fall of Troy was unheeded.
Cassy origin: English
Casta meaning: Purity.
Casta origin: Greek
Castalia meaning: Wife of king Delphus.
Castalia origin: Greek
Castel meaning: Variant of Castle: Castle.
Castel origin: English
Caster meaning: From the Roman camp.
Caster origin: English
Castimer meaning: Variant of Casimir: Bringer of peace, announcing peace.
Castimer origin: Polish
Castle meaning: Castle.
Castle origin: English
Castor meaning: Beaver. Brother of Helen.
Castor origin: Greek
Caswallan meaning: From Arthurian legend.
Caswallan origin: Celtic
Caswallon meaning: Legendary son of Beli.
Caswallon origin: Welsh
Cat meaning: Pure.
Cat origin: Irish
Catalin meaning: Pure.
Catalin origin: Basque
Catalina meaning: Form of the Greek Catherine meaning pure.
Catalina origin: Portuguese
Catalyn meaning: Pure, clear.
Catalyn origin: Greek
Catarina meaning: Pure, clear.
Catarina origin: Greek
Catarine meaning: Pure.
Catarine origin: Italian
Cate meaning: Innocent.
Cate origin: Anglo-Saxon
Cateline meaning: Variant of Katherine meaning pure.
Cateline origin: French
Catelyn meaning: Variant of Katherine meaning pure.
Catelyn origin: Irish
Catena meaning: Retrained.
Catena origin: Latin
Cater meaning: One who caters.
Cater origin: English
Caterina meaning: Pure.
Caterina origin: Italian
Catesby meaning: 'Henry VI, Part 2' Sir John Stanley. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part III' Sir William Stanley. 'As You Like It' A country fellow, in love with Audrey. 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' A boy, son to Page. 'King Richard III' Sir William Catesby.
Catesby origin: Shakespearean
Cath meaning: Name of a monster.
Cath origin: Arthurian Legend
Cathair meaning: Fighter.
Cathair origin: Celtic
Cathal meaning: Strong in battle.
Cathal origin: Celtic
Cathall meaning: Ready for war.
Cathall origin: Irish
Cathaoir meaning: Fighter.
Cathaoir origin: Celtic
Cathaoirmore meaning: Great warrior.
Cathaoirmore origin: Gaelic
Catharina meaning: Pure, clear.
Catharina origin: Greek
Catharine meaning: Form of the Greek Catherine meaning pure.
Catharine origin: Irish
Cathasach meaning: Brave.
Cathasach origin: Gaelic
Catherin meaning: Pure, clear.
Catherin origin: Greek
Catherine meaning: Pure.
Catherine origin: Greek
Catheryn meaning: Innocent.
Catheryn origin: Anglo-Saxon
Catheryna meaning: Pure, clear.
Catheryna origin: Greek
Cathi meaning: Form of the Greek Catherine meaning pure.
Cathi origin: English
Cathia meaning: Form of the Greek Catherine meaning pure.
Cathia origin: English
Cathicen meaning: Variant of Catherine: Pure, clear. Form of the Latin Katharina, from the Greek Aikaterina.
Cathicen origin: French
Cathie meaning: Form of the Greek Catherine meaning pure.
Cathie origin: English
CathIyn meaning: Pure, clear.
CathIyn origin: Greek
Cathleen meaning: Pure, clear.
Cathleen origin: Greek
Cathlin meaning: Pure, clear.
Cathlin origin: Greek
Cathmor meaning: Great warrior.
Cathmor origin: Gaelic
Cathmore meaning: Great warrior.
Cathmore origin: Gaelic
Cathrine meaning: Form of the Greek Catherine meaning pure.
Cathrine origin: Gaelic
Cathryn meaning: Innocent.
Cathryn origin: Anglo-Saxon
Cathy meaning: Form of Catherine. Pure.
Cathy origin: Greek
Catia meaning: Pure, clear.
Catia origin: Greek
Catlee meaning: Pure.
Catlee origin: Irish
Catlin meaning: Variant of Katherine meaning pure.
Catlin origin: Irish
Catline meaning: Variant of Katherine meaning pure.
Catline origin: Irish
Catlyn meaning: Variant of Katherine meaning pure.
Catlyn origin: Irish
Cato meaning: Knowledgeable, wise.
Cato origin: Latin
Caton meaning: Knowledgeable, wise.
Caton origin: Spanish
Catori meaning: Spirit (Hopi).
Catori origin: Native American
Catrice meaning: Modern blend of Catrina and Patrice.
Catrice origin: English
Catrin meaning: Variant of Catherine: Pure, clear. Form of the Latin Katharina, from the Greek Aikaterina.
Catrin origin: French
Catrina meaning: Form of the Greek Catherine meaning pure.
Catrina origin: Portuguese
Catriona meaning: Pure.
Catriona origin: Celtic
Cattee meaning: Variant of Katherine meaning pure.
Cattee origin: Irish
Catterick meaning: Name of a battle.
Catterick origin: Arthurian Legend
Catterik meaning: Name of a battle.
Catterik origin: Arthurian Legend
Catullus meaning: Name of a poet.
Catullus origin: Latin