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Cecilia, Cecilia
French Cécile. English Cecil. short form Celia. Latin. Name of an ancient Roman Caecilier family. Or with the meaning: coeli lilia = "heavenly lily".
Caesarina
Also: Cesarina, Caesarine, Cesarine. Feminine form of Caesar.
Cai
Vietnamese. Meaning: "woman".
Caja
Danish and Swedish forms of Kai.
Calantha
Greek. Meaning: "beautiful bloom".
Calida
Spanish. Meaning: "glowing; excited".
Calla
Swedish short form of Karoline.
Cameron
Scottish. Originally a family name, something with the meaning: "crooked nose".
Camilla
French: Camille. Latin. Meaning: “the honorable one; from a good family ”.
Candia
English first name, after the historical name of the city of Iraklion (island of Crete, Greece).
Candida
Latin. Meaning: "bright, shiny, white, sincere".
Candy
Also: Candie. English short form of Candida.
Canice
Welsh. Meaning: "the love of children".
Caprice
French. Meaning: “mood; Incidence".
Cara
Latin. Meaning: cara = "dear; expensive".
Caren
Also: Karen. Danish and Swedish forms of Karin.
Cari
Turkish. Meaning: "how water flows".
Carin
Nordic independent (short) form of Katharina.
Carina
Also: Carine, Carinne, Karina, Karine, Karynne. Italian name from Latin. Meaning: "pretty; cute".
Carissima
Italian. Meaning: "the most valuable".
Caritas
Also: Charitas. Latin. Meaning: "(neighbor) love".
Carla
Feminine form of Karl.
Carlota
Spanish and Portuguese forms of Charlotte.
Carlotta
Italian form of Charlotte.
Carmela
Also: Carmelia, Carmelina. Spanish training from Carmen.
Carmen
Originally an epithet. Meaning: Virgen del Carmen = "Virgin of Mount Carmel" (Palestine / Carmelite Monastery).
Carmina
Also: Carmine. Italian trainings from Carmen.
Carola
Also: Carole. Latinized forms of Karla.
Carolin, Caroline, Carolina
English: Carolyn. Further training from Carola.
Carrie, carry
Short forms of Carolyn.
Carsta
Low German form of Christa.
Cassandra
short form Cassie. Greek.
Catalina
Spanish form of Catherine.
Catarina, Catharina, Catherine
Variants of Katharina.
Caterina
Italian form of Catherine.
Catherine
French and English forms of Catherine.
Cathia
Also: Catia, Catiana, Catina. Romanesque forms by Käthe.
Cathleen
English form of Catherine.
Ceara
Irish. Meaning: "spear".
Cécile, Cecilia, Ceciliy
Variants of Cecilia.
Celestine
Italian: Celestina. Other forms of Celestina.
Celia
Short form of Cecilia.
Celina, Celine
Short forms of Marceline, a female form of the Latin Marcel.
Cella
Also:Cellina. Short forms of Marcella.
Cendrine
From the French. Meaning: cendre = "ashes".
Centa
Short form of Vincenta. Meaning: vincere = "to win".
Chantal
Also: Chantale.French. Meaning: cantal (old French) = "stone". Or from chant (French) or cantus (Latin) = "song".
Charda
Arabic. Meaning: "runaway".
Charis
Greek. Meaning: “Grace; Charm ”.
Charlotte, Charlott, Charlotta
French. Female forms of Charles or Karl.
Chatrina
Different form of Katharina.
Chaya
Hebrew. Meaning: "life".
Chelsea
From Old English. Meaning: "Harbor". Well-known London borough.
Chiara
Also: Chiarella. Italian forms of Clare.
Chilenka
Also: Chilechka. Russian pet forms of Chilja.
Chilja
Also: Chilia. Russian short forms of Rachil or Rachel.
Chiona
For a place or a beach on Crete. Christian martyr.
Chloe
Greek. Meaning: "young scion; first plant shoot ”.
Chlothilde
Old High German. Meaning: hlut = "loud; famous "and hiltja =" fight ".
Christa
Short form of Christina.
Christabel
Mixed form of Christa and bella (= "beautiful").
Christel
Also: Christl. Affectionate form of all names that begin with “Christ-”. According to the registry office, this name is only permitted for girls, even if Christel is also used colloquially for men.
Christele
Also: Christelle, Christeli. Swiss further education from Christel.
Christiana
Variant of Christiane.
Christiane
Also: Christianne. Feminine form of Christian.
Christin, Christine, Christina,
Other forms of Christiane.
Christophine
Also: Christophora. Feminine forms from Christoph.
Chrysantha
Greek. Meaning: chrysós = "gold" and ánthos = "flower".
Cia
Short for Lucia. Meaning: lux, lucis = "light".
Ciara
Irish. Variant of the traditional Irish male name Ciarán. Meaning: "black". In contrast to the Italian name Chiara, Ciara is pronounced as "Kiera". This is one of the most popular baby names in Ireland right now.
Cilia, Cilla, Cille, Cilli, Cillia, Cilly
Short forms of Cecilia.
Cinderella
English. Based on the fairy tale character "Cinderella".
Cindy
Short for Cynthia, Lucinda and Cinderella.
Cinja
Hungarian: Cinnia. Originally a flower name.
Cinzia
Also: Cintia. Italian and Hungarian forms of Cynthia.
Cissy
English short form of Cecily or Cäcilia.
Claire
French form of Clara.
Clara
Latin. Meaning: clarus = "bright; bright; clear".
Clare
English and French forms of Klara.
Clarelia
Continuing education from Clara.
Claretta
Also: Clarette, Clairette. French diminutive of Clara.
Clarissa
Also: Clarisse, Klarissa, Clarice. Further training from Clara.
Clarita
Spanish diminutive of Clara.
Claude
French form of Claudia.
Claudette
French diminutive of Claudia.
Claudia
Latin. Meaning: "the limping". After the name of an ancient Roman Claudian family.
Claudine
Also: Claudina. Further training from Claudia.
Claudinette
Continuing education from Claudine.
Clematis
Originally a flower name.
Clementia
Also: Clemenza. Latin. Meaning: clemens = "mild; gently".
Clementina, clementine
Further training from Clementia.
Cleopatra
Greek. Meaning: kleo = “fame; Honor ”and pros patros =“ on the part of the father ”.
Clio
Originally a flower name.
Clodia
Different form of Claudia.
Cloe
Spelling variant of Chloe.
Clorinda
Greek. Meaning: chloris = "young scion; first plant shoot ”.
Celestina
Also: Cölestins, Cöleste, Celestins. From the Latin. Meaning: caelestis = "heavenly; belonging to heaven ”.
Coletta
Italian short form of Nicoletta.
Colette
French short form of Nicolette.
Colleen
From English of Gaelic origin. Meaning: "girl".
Columba
Also: Columbina, Colombine. Latin. Meaning: "dove".
Concetta
Italian. Meaning: "the received".
Concordia
From the Latin. Meaning: “harmony; Unity ”.
Connie, Conny
English short forms of Constance and Cornelia.
Conradine
Feminine form of Konrad. Meaning: kuoni = “bold; brave ”and rat =“ counselor ”.
Consilia
Latin. Meaning: "Counselor".
Constanca
Italian form of Konstanze.
Constance
French and English forms of Konstanze.
Constanze
German of Latin origin. Meaning: constans = “to stand firmly; resistant".
Consuelo
Spanish, derived from an epithet Mary (consolation). Rare Italian form Consuela.
Cora
Greek. Meaning: kore = "girl; Daughter".
Coralie
Dutch. Meaning: "Pearl".
Cordula
Also: Cordelia. Greek. Meaning: kora = "girl" or kóre = "virginity".
Coretta, Corette
Reduced forms from Cora.
Corinna, Corina, Corinne
Greek. Meaning: kora = "girl" or kór = "virginity".
Cornelia
French: Cornèlie. Feminine form of Cornelius. After the old Roman family name of the Cornelier.
Cornell, Corny, Corrie
English short forms of Cornelia.
corona
Latin. Meaning: "wreath; Crown".
Cortina
Latin. Meaning: cortina = "seat of the Apollonian clairvoyant".
Corvina
Latin. Meaning: "little raven".
Cosetta
Also: Cosette. French diminutive of Nicole.
Cosima, Cosma
Greek. Meaning: kósmos = "order, shine, honor".
Cosine
Italian. Meaning: cosina = "little thing".
Cosmea
Originally a flower name.
Crescentia
Latin. Meaning: crescentia = "growth; Blooming ".
Cristiana
Also: Cristina. Italian forms by Christiane.
Cynthia
Italian: Cinzia. Hungarian: Cintia. Nickname of the Greek goddess of hunting and fertility, Artemis, after the mountain Kynthos.
Cyra
Variant of Kyra. Greek for "woman from Kyrenaica".