starting at letter C.
Clauda meaning: A lamentable voice. Non-gerderized Biblical name.
Clauda origin: Biblical
Claude meaning: Lame.
Claude origin: Latin
Claudelle meaning: Feminine form of Claude.
Claudelle origin: English
Claudette meaning: Feminine form of Claude.
Claudette origin: English
Claudia meaning: Lame.
Claudia origin: Latin
Claudina meaning: Feminine form of Claude: lame.
Claudina origin: Italian
Claudine meaning: Feminine form of Claude.
Claudine origin: English
Claudio meaning: Lame.
Claudio origin: English
Claudion meaning: Lame.
Claudion origin: Latin
Claudios meaning: Lame.
Claudios origin: Dutch
Claudius meaning: Lame.
Claudius origin: Biblical
Claus meaning: People's victory.
Claus origin: Greek
Clay meaning: Mortal.
Clay origin: German
Clayborne meaning: From the clay brook.
Clayborne origin: English
Claybourne meaning: From the clay brook.
Claybourne origin: English
Clayburn meaning: From the clay brook.
Clayburn origin: English
Clayhorn meaning: Mortal.
Clayhorn origin: Teutonic
Clayland meaning: Form of Clayton. From the clay town.
Clayland origin: English
Clayten meaning: Variant of Clayton: Town by a clay bed.
Clayten origin: English
Claytin meaning: Variant of Clayton: Town by a clay bed.
Claytin origin: English
Clayton meaning: From the clay town.
Clayton origin: English
Clea meaning: Form of Cleo. To praise, acclaim.
Clea origin: Greek
Cleantha meaning: In praise of flowers.
Cleantha origin: Greek
Cleary meaning: Learned.
Cleary origin: Irish
Cleavant meaning: A steep bank.
Cleavant origin: English
Cleave meaning: Form of Cleavant. A steep bank.
Cleave origin: English
Cleavon meaning: Form of Cleavant. A steep bank.
Cleavon origin: English
Cledwyn meaning: Rough, blessed.
Cledwyn origin: Welsh
Cleirach meaning: Scholar.
Cleirach origin: Gaelic
Cleit meaning: Rocky eminence.
Cleit origin: Scottish
Clem meaning: Form of Clement. Merciful.
Clem origin: English
Clematis meaning: Flower name.
Clematis origin: Greek
Cleme meaning: Diminutive of Clement: Gentle. Famous Bearer: Clement Moore, writer of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas'.
Cleme origin: English
Clemen meaning: Variant of Clement: Gentle. Famous Bearer: Clement Moore, writer of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas'.
Clemen origin: English
Clemence meaning: Variant of Clementia used as a virtue name by the Puritans, associated with the abstract virtue of clemency.
Clemence origin: English
Clemency meaning: Variant of Clementia used as a virtue name by the Puritans, associated with the abstract virtue of clemency.
Clemency origin: English
Clemens meaning: Form of Clement. Merciful.
Clemens origin: Latin
Clement meaning: Merciful.
Clement origin: French
Clemente meaning: Variant of Clement: Gentle. Famous Bearer: Clement Moore, writer of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas'.
Clemente origin: English
Clementia meaning: Mildness. The name Clementia was borne by the Roman Goddess of mercy. Clementia and its variants have been used occasionally in Britain since the Middle Ages, hut are uncommon in modern times.
Clementia origin: Latin
Clementina meaning: Variant of Clemence meaning clemency, mercy.
Clementina origin: French
Clementine meaning: Merciful.
Clementine origin: Latin
Clementius meaning: Merciful.
Clementius origin: Dutch
Clemento meaning: Variant of Clement: Gentle. Famous Bearer: Clement Moore, writer of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas'.
Clemento origin: English
Clemmie meaning: Diminutive of Clement: Gentle. Famous Bearer: Clement Moore, writer of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas'.
Clemmie origin: English
Clemmons meaning: Variant of Clement: Gentle. Famous Bearer: Clement Moore, writer of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas'.
Clemmons origin: English
Clemmy meaning: Diminutive of Clement: Gentle. Famous Bearer: Clement Moore, writer of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas'.
Clemmy origin: English
Clennan meaning: Finnian's servant.
Clennan origin: Scottish
Cleo meaning: To praise, acclaim.
Cleo origin: Greek
Cleobis meaning: Son of a priestess.
Cleobis origin: Greek
Cleomenes meaning: 'The Winter's Tale' Lord of Sicilia.
Cleomenes origin: Shakespearean
Cleon meaning: Famous.
Cleon origin: Greek
Cleone meaning: The mythological daughter of a river God.
Cleone origin: Greek
Cleonie meaning: From the Greek Cleone: daughter of a river God.
Cleonie origin: Irish
Cleopatra meaning: A Queen of Eygpt.
Cleopatra origin: Egyptian
Cleophas meaning: The whole glory.
Cleophas origin: Biblical
Clerc meaning: Variant of Clark: Scholar.
Clerc origin: English
Clerk meaning: Variant of Clark: Scholar.
Clerk origin: English
Cleta meaning: Diminutive form of Cleopatra.
Cleta origin: Greek
Cletus meaning: Variant of Anakletos: Calling forth, summoned.
Cletus origin: Greek
Cleva meaning: Dwells at the cliffs.
Cleva origin: English
Cleve meaning: Cliffs. Abbreviation of Cleveland.
Cleve origin: English
Cleveland meaning: From the cliffs.
Cleveland origin: English
Clevon meaning: Variant of Cleavon: Cliff.
Clevon origin: African American
Cleytus meaning: Illustrious.
Cleytus origin: Greek
Cliamon meaning: Gentle.
Cliamon origin: Scottish
Cliantha meaning: Flower of glory.
Cliantha origin: Greek
Clianthe meaning: Glory.
Clianthe origin: Greek
Cliff meaning: Form of Clifford. From a steep cliff.
Cliff origin: English
Clifford meaning: From a Steep Cliff.
Clifford origin: English
Cliffton meaning: From the farm near the cliff.
Cliffton origin: English
Clifland meaning: From the cliff land.
Clifland origin: English
Clift meaning: Diminutive of Clifton: From the town near a cliff.
Clift origin: English
Clifton meaning: From a town near a cliff.
Clifton origin: English
Cliftun meaning: From the farm near the cliff.
Cliftun origin: English
Clint meaning: Form of Clinton. Town on a hill.
Clint origin: English
Clinton meaning: Town on a hill.
Clinton origin: English
Clinttun meaning: From the headland estate.
Clinttun origin: English
Clintwood meaning: Hillside.
Clintwood origin: English
Clio meaning: Muse of history.
Clio origin: Greek
Clitus meaning: 'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' A servant to Brutus.
Clitus origin: Shakespearean
Clive meaning: Form of Clifford. From a steep cliff.
Clive origin: English
Clodagh meaning: From the name of an Irish river, Clodagh is used occasionally as a first name in Ireland.
Clodagh origin: Irish
Clodia meaning: Form of Claudia.
Clodia origin: French
Clodius meaning: Lame.
Clodius origin: Latin
Clodovea meaning: Feminine form of Clodoveo: famous warrior.
Clodovea origin: Spanish
Clodoveo meaning: Famous warrior.
Clodoveo origin: Spanish
Clonia meaning: Amazon.
Clonia origin: Latin
Cloria meaning: Goddess of spring.
Cloria origin: Greek
Clorinda meaning: Renowned.
Clorinda origin: Latin
Cloris meaning: Form of Chloris. Pale.
Cloris origin: Greek
Cloten meaning: 'Cymbeline' The Queen's son by a former husband.
Cloten origin: Shakespearean
Clotho meaning: A Fate.
Clotho origin: Greek
Clotild meaning: Renowned for war.
Clotild origin: Teutonic
Clotilda meaning: Heroine. Famous battle. Derived from the Old German 'hloda' meaning loud or famous, and 'hildi' meaning battle. Famous bearer: 6th century saint Clotilda was married to King Clovis, and played a major role in his conversion to Christianity.
Clotilda origin: German
Clotilde meaning: Heroine.
Clotilde origin: German
Clover meaning: Clover-blossom.
Clover origin: English
Clovis meaning: Name of a king.
Clovis origin: French
Clud meaning: Lame.
Clud origin: Welsh
Clunainach meaning: From the meadow.
Clunainach origin: Gaelic
Cluny meaning: From the meadow.
Cluny origin: Gaelic
Clust meaning: Mythical son of Clustfeinad.
Clust origin: Celtic
Clustfeinad meaning: Mythical father of Clust.
Clustfeinad origin: Celtic
Clyde meaning: Heard from afar.
Clyde origin: Welsh
Clyff meaning: Diminutive of Clifford: River ford near a cliff.
Clyff origin: English
Clyfford meaning: Variant of Clifford: River ford near a cliff.
Clyfford origin: English
Clyffton meaning: From the farm near the cliff.
Clyffton origin: English
Clyfland meaning: From the cliff land.
Clyfland origin: English
Clyford meaning: Cliff-side ford.
Clyford origin: English
Clyfton meaning: Variant of Clifton: From the town near a cliff.
Clyfton origin: English
Clyftun meaning: From the farm near the cliff.
Clyftun origin: English
Clymena meaning: Mother of Atalanta.
Clymena origin: Greek
Clymene meaning: Mother of Atalanta.
Clymene origin: Greek
Clynt meaning: Diminutive of Clinton: From the town near a hill.
Clynt origin: English
Clyte meaning: A water nymph.
Clyte origin: Greek
Clytemnestra meaning: Murdered Agamemnon.
Clytemnestra origin: Greek
Clytie meaning: Mythological water nymph who loved the sun God Helios. She was changed into a sunflower and now always turns her face toward the sun.
Clytie origin: Greek
Clyve meaning: Lives at the cliffs.
Clyve origin: English
Cnidel meaning: Name of a king.
Cnidel origin: Arthurian Legend
Cnidus meaning: Age. Non-gerderized Biblical name.
Cnidus origin: Biblical
Cnut meaning: Name of a king.
Cnut origin: Anglo-Saxon
Cnute meaning: Knot.
Cnute origin: Norse
Cnychwr meaning: Legendary son of Nes.
Cnychwr origin: Welsh
Coachuhhar meaning: High desire.
Coachuhhar origin: Irish
Cob meaning: Heel.
Cob origin: English
Cobb meaning: Variant of Cob: Heel.
Cobb origin: English
Cobhan meaning: Dwells by the hillside hollow.
Cobhan origin: Gaelic
Coburn meaning: Surname and place name.
Coburn origin: English
Cobweb meaning: 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' A fairy.
Cobweb origin: Shakespearean
Coby meaning: Variant of Coburn.
Coby origin: English
Coch meaning: Legendary son of Caw.
Coch origin: Welsh
Cochava meaning: Star.
Cochava origin: Hebrew
Cocheta meaning: That you cannot imagine.
Cocheta origin: American Indian
Cochise meaning: Wood. Renowned warrior chief of the Chiricahua Apache.
Cochise origin: Native American
Cochlain meaning: Hooded.
Cochlain origin: Irish
Cocidius meaning: Mythical hunter God.
Cocidius origin: Celtic
Cocles meaning: A hero who saved Rome.
Cocles origin: Latin
Coco meaning: A pet name.
Coco origin: French
Cocytus meaning: River of lamenting.
Cocytus origin: Greek
Codee meaning: Cushion, helpful.
Codee origin: English
Codell meaning: Helpful.
Codell origin: English
Codey meaning: Variant of Cody: Cushion, helpful.
Codey origin: English
Codi meaning: Cushion, helpful.
Codi origin: English
Codie meaning: Variant of Cody: Cushion, helpful.
Codie origin: English
Codier meaning: Cushion.
Codier origin: English
Cody meaning: A cushion.
Cody origin: English
Codyr meaning: Cushion.
Codyr origin: English
Coe meaning: Diminutive of Cowan: Valley in a hill, twin.
Coe origin: Irish
Coed meaning: Dwells in the woods.
Coed origin: Welsh
Coeus meaning: Father of Leto.
Coeus origin: Greek
Cofahealh meaning: Lives at the cave slope.
Cofahealh origin: English
Coghlan meaning: Hooded.
Coghlan origin: Irish
Coigleach meaning: Distaff.
Coigleach origin: Gaelic
Coilean meaning: Puppy.
Coilean origin: Irish
Coilin meaning: Virile.
Coilin origin: Gaelic
Coillcumhann meaning: From the narrow forest.
Coillcumhann origin: Gaelic
Coilleach meaning: Guards the forest.
Coilleach origin: Gaelic
Coinleain meaning: Shaped as a well.
Coinleain origin: Gaelic
Coinneach meaning: Handsome.
Coinneach origin: Celtic
Coira meaning: Seething pool.
Coira origin: Scottish
Coire meaning: Ravine.
Coire origin: Gaelic
CoireaIl meaning: Lordly.
CoireaIl origin: Irish
Coireall meaning: Lordly.
Coireall origin: Greek
Coiseam meaning: Steady, stable.
Coiseam origin: Scottish
Colan meaning: Variant of Colin: of a triumphant people, young boy.
Colan origin: English
Colbert meaning: Seaman.
Colbert origin: English
Colbey meaning: Dark, dark-haired.
Colbey origin: French
Colby meaning: Coal town.
Colby origin: English
Cole meaning: Victory of the people.
Cole origin: Greek
Coleen meaning: Girl.
Coleen origin: Gaelic
Coleman meaning: Charcoal burner.
Coleman origin: English
Colemann meaning: Dark skinned.
Colemann origin: English
Colene meaning: Girl.
Colene origin: Irish
Coleta meaning: Victorious.
Coleta origin: Spanish
Coletta meaning: Variant of Nicolette: Victorious.
Coletta origin: French
Colette meaning: Victory of the people.
Colette origin: Greek
Coletun meaning: From the dark town.
Coletun origin: English
Coley meaning: Variant of Nicholas: People's victory.
Coley origin: English
Colfre meaning: Dove.
Colfre origin: English
Colhoun meaning: Variant of Calhoun: Small forest.
Colhoun origin: Irish
Colhozeh meaning: Every prophet.
Colhozeh origin: Biblical
Colier meaning: Charcoal merchant.
Colier origin: English
Colin meaning: Victor.
Colin origin: Greek
Colina meaning: Feminine form of Colin: Young dog. A translation of the Gaelic 'Cailean' Also, 'victory of the people'.
Colina origin: Scottish
Colis meaning: Son of the dark man.
Colis origin: English
Coll meaning: Child.
Coll origin: Gaelic
Colla meaning: An ancient Irish name whos meaning is lost in antiquety.
Colla origin: Irish
Collan meaning: Variant of Cullen: Handsome, good-looking lad.
Collan origin: Gaelic
Collby meaning: Variant of Colby: From the dark farm.
Collby origin: English
Colle meaning: Dwells at the woodland.
Colle origin: Gaelic
Colleen meaning: Girl.
Colleen origin: Celtic
Collena meaning: Girl.
Collena origin: Irish
Collene meaning: Girl.
Collene origin: Irish
Colletta meaning: Variant of Nicolette: Victorious.
Colletta origin: French
Collette meaning: Necklace, victorious. Variant of Nicolette.
Collette origin: French
Colley meaning: A surname meaning swarthy, used occasionally as a first name. Famous bearer, 18th-century actor and dramatist Colley Cibber.
Colley origin: English
Collice meaning: Form of Colleen. Girl.
Collice origin: Celtic
Collier meaning: Charcoal merchant. Coal miner.
Collier origin: English
Collin meaning: Form of Colin. Victor.
Collin origin: Celtic
Collingwood meaning: Forest.
Collingwood origin: English