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Baby Boy Names that begin with C

Baby Boy Names C

The Top Boy Names and Unique Boy Names starting with C

Baby Boy Names Beginning with C

 

Cable Old French rope
Cadby Old Norse The warrior's settlement.
Cadell Welsh The battle spirit.
Cadeo Vietnamese folk song
Cadman Celtic A man of battle.
Cadmus Greek A man from the east. A mythological figure.
Cadogan Old Welsh Honour in battle.
Caedmon Celtic A wise warrior.
Caerwyn Welsh A blessed or holy fort.
Caesar Latin The name of the famous Roman emperor.
Cahil Turkish Young and inexperienced.
Cailan Gaelic child
Cailean Scottish Gaelic The victory of the people.
Cain Hebrew/Old French The son of Adam and Eve who murdered his brother Abel. Old French: Battlefield. Also see Cane.
Caine   The son of Adam and Eve who murdered his brother Abel. Old French: Battlefield. Also see Cane.
Caithness   From Shakespeare's play Macbeth.
Caius   From Shakespeare's play Titus Andronicus.
Cajan    
Cal Old English A calf herder.
Calder Old English Stream.
Caldwell Old English cold spring
Caleb Hebrew The devoted one.
Caley Irish Gaelic Slender. A boy or girl's name.
Calhoun   Warrior.
Caliban   From Shakespeare's play The Tempest.
Calisto Greek most beautiful
Calixto Latin a chalice
Callis Latin cup
Calum Scottish Dove.
Calvert Old English A calf herder.
Calvin Latin The little bald one.
Calvine   The little bald one.
Cam Vietnamese, English orange fruit, sweet, beloved, referring to the sun
Camden Gaelic From the winding valley.
Cameron Scottish Gaelic A crooked nose. From an old Scottish surname.
Camille Latin Virginal, unblemished character. Also from a Roman family name. A boy or girl's name.
Camillo   From Shakespeare's play Winter's Tale.
Camlin Celtic crooked line
Campbell Scottish Gaelic A crooked mouth. The name of one of the great Scottish highland clans.
Candan Turkish sincerely
Candidius   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Cane Gaelic An old surname.
Canice Irish Gaelic The handsome one. The name of several early saints.
Cannon Kannon, Canon  
Canute Old Norse A knot. The name of several Danish kings.
Capers    
Caphis   From Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens.
Capucius   From Shakespeare's play Henry VIII.
Capulet   From Shakespeare's play Romeo & Juliet.
Caradoc Celtic/Welsh Beloved or amiable.
Carden Celtic from the black fortress
Cardew Cornish/Welsh The black fort.
Carel Dutch A free man.
Carey Irish/Celtic/Cornish Irish: The name of a castle. Celtic: From the river. Cornish: The loved one. A boy or girl's name.
Carl German A free man.
Carleton   Carl's town or farmer's town.
Carlin Cornish/IrishGaelic Cornish: From the fort by the pool. Irish Gaelic: The little champion. A boy or girl's name.
Carlisle Old English The place of the fort.
Carlo Italian A free man.
Carlos Portuguese/Spanish A free man.
Carlton Old English From the settlement of the free peasants.
Carlyle Old English Carl's island
Carlyon Cornish From the slate earthworks.
Carmelo Hebrew From the garden. After mount Carmel in the holy land.
Carne Cornish A pile of rocks.
Carnelian   The name of a gemstone. A boy or girl's name.
Carr Old Norse From the marshland. Also see Carson.
Carrick Irish Gaelic A rocky cliff or cape.
Carrington Old English beautiful
Carroll Irish Gaelic A fierce warrior.
Carson Old English From the marshland. Son of Carr.
Carsten German A follower of Christ. A Christian.
Carsyn   From the marshland. Son of Carr.
Carter Old English A cart driver or maker.
Carvell Old French The marshy estate, or the estate of the spearman.
Carver Old English Wood carver.
Carwyn Welsh Blessed love.
Cary Irish/Celtic/Cornish Irish: The name of a castle. Celtic: From the river. Cornish: The loved one. A boy or girl's name.
Case Old French chest
Casey Irish Gaelic The vigilant one. A boy or girl's name.
Casimir Old Slavonic The great destroyer.
Caspar Persian The treasurer. The name of one of the three wise men in the new testament. Also see Gaspar and Jasper.
Casper Persian treasurer
Cassidy Irish Gaelic The clever or ingenious one.
Cassio   From Shakespeare's play Othello.
Cassius Latin Vain.
Castel Spanish belonging to a castle
Cathal Irish Gaelic A battle ruler.
Cathan Irish Gaelic Of the battle. Also see Kane.
Cathmor Irish Gaelic A great warrior.
Cato Latin The wise one.
Caton Spanish knowledgable, wise
Cavan Irish Gaelic The handsome one.
Cayden Gaelic spirit of battle
Ceasar Latin to cut
Cecil Latin The blind one.
Cedric English Chief. Invented in the early 1800s by Sir Walter Scott for a character in Ivanhoe.
Cemal Arabic Perfect.
Cengis Turkish  
Cerimon   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Cesar French The name of the famous Roman emperor.
Chad Old English Battle, warrior. From the name of a 7th-century saint.
Chadwick Old English Battle, warrior.
Chahaya Indonesian Light.
Chaika Hebrew life
Chaim Hebrew Life.
Chal English boy, son
Chale Spanish strong and manly
Challis Old French A ladder or stairs.
Chalmers Scottish son of the lord
Chaman Hindu  
Chan Chinese A Chinese clan name.
Chance Old French A church official or chancellor. A boy or girl's name.
Chancellor   Keeper of records, secretary.
Chancey Old French A church official or chancellor.
Chandan Sanskrit Of the Sandalwood tree.
Chander Cesar, Cezar  
Chandler Old French Candle maker.
Chandra Sanskrit A shining moon. A boy or girl's name.
Chane Hindu, Swahili name of a god, dependability
Chaney Old French From the Oak grove.
Channing Old French A canon.
Chapal Hindu  
Chapin Old French clergyman
Chapman Old English A merchant or trader.
Charan Hindu  
Charles Teutonic Manly, full grown.
Charleton Old English From the settlement of the free peasants.
Charlton Old English From the settlement of the free peasants.
Chas Teutonic Manly, full grown.
Chase Old French The hunter.
Chata African an ending
Chatillon   From Shakespeare's play King John.
Chaucer Old French A bootmaker.
Chauncey Old French A church official or chancellor.
Chayton Sioux falcon
Chen Chinese Great or vast.
Cheney Old French From the Oak grove.
Cherokee Native American The name of a tribe.
Chester Latin A Roman site or camp. Also the name of an English city.
Chet Thai A brother.
Chetan Hindu  
Chetwin Old English From the cottage on the winding path.
Chevalier French, Old English knight, chase, hunt
Chevy French From chevalier, meaning knight.
Cheyenne Native American A tribe. Also a city in the USA.
Cheyney Old French From the Oak grove.
Chiamaka African God is splendid
Chico Teutonic A free man.
Chike African power of god
Chilton Old English From the children's farm.
Chin Korean The precious one.
Chinmay Hindu  
Chintu Hindu  
Chiranjeev Hindu ?Chiarina, Ciaira
Chiron Greek A wise teacher.
Chrirag Hindu  
Chris   Bearing Christ. The patron saint of travellers. Also see Christian.
Christian Latin A follower of Christ. A Christian. A boy or girl's name.
Christie Irish/Scottish A follower of Christ, a Christian. A boy or girl's name.
Christmas Old English Born at Christmas time. A boy or girl's name.
Christopher Greek Bearing Christ. The patron saint of travellers. Also see Christian.
Christos Greek Christ
Christy Irish/Scottish A follower of Christ, a Christian. A boy or girl's name.
Chrysander Greek A golden man.
Chuck Teutonic Manly, full grown.
Chuckie Teutonic A free man.
Chung Chinese The wise one.
Churchill Old English From the church on the hill.
Cian Irish Gaelic Ancient. Also see Keane.
Ciaran Irish Dark, black.
Cicero Latin Historian. Also the name of a famous Roman statesman and orator.
Ciceron Latin chickpea
Ciel French from heaven
Ciprian Latin A man from the island of Cyprus.
Ciprien French A man from the island of Cyprus.
Ciro Italian The name of the founder of the Persian empire. From the name Cyrus.
Clachas   From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida
Clancy Irish Gaelic A red or ruddy warrior.
Clarence Latin Clear, luminous.
Clark Old French A cleric or scholar. Also see Cleary.
Clarke   A cleric or scholar. Also see Cleary.
Claude Latin The lame one.
Claudio Italian/Spanish The lame one.
Claudius German The lame one.
Claus Dutch/German The victory of the people.
Clay Old English From the clay.
Clayland   From the clay.
Clayton Old English Town on clay land.
Cleary Irish Gaelic A clerk or scholar. Also see Clark.
Cledwyn Welsh Rough but blessed.
Clem   Gentle, merciful.
Clemens   Gentle, merciful. From the name Clement.
Clement Latin Gentle, merciful.
Cleon Greek The famous one.
Cleve Old English From the hilly place, or the place of cliffs.
Cleveland Old English Land of high cliffs.
Cliff   From the ford by the cliff or slope.
Clifford Old English From the ford by the cliff or slope.
Clifton Old English From a town near a cliff.
Clint   The place on the headland.
Clinton Old English The place on the headland.
Clitus   From Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar.
Clive Old English Cliff.
Cloten   From Shakespeare's play Cymbeline.
Clovis Teutonic A famous warrior.
Clunes Scottish Gaelic A resting-place, or meadow.
Clyde Scottish The name of a river.
Coalan Celtic slender
Cobar Aboriginal Burnt earth.
Cobden Old English From the hill with a knob.
Cobweb   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Cody Old English A pillow or cushion. A boy or girl's name.
Cohn Greek The victory of the people.
Colbert Teutonic A bright seafarer.
Colby Old Norse From the dark country.
Cole Old English/Teutonic Dark and swarthy.
Coleman Teutonic/Latin Tuetonic: Dark. Latin: Like a dove. Also see Calum and Columba.
Colin   Fire. Also see Cohn.
Collin   Fire. Also see Cohn.
Colman   Little dove.
Colon Spanish dove
Coltin Colt, Kolt  
Colton Old English From the dark town.
Columba Latin Dove-like. The name of a 6th-century Irish saint. Also see Calum and Coleman. A boy or girl's name.
Coman Arabic noble
Comfort Latin strengthen
Cominius   From Shakespeare's play Coriolanus.
Compton Old English From the farm in the valley.
Conall Celtic As strong as a wolf.
Conan Irish Gaelic Wise and intelligent.
Condon Celtic the dark-haired wise man
Conlan Irish Gaelic The hero.
Conley   Hero.
Conn Irish Gaelic A chief. Also used as a diminutive of Connor.
Conner   Wise.
Connley   Hero.
Connor Irish Gaelic A strong will.
Conor   A strong will.
Conrad Teutonic Bold, wise counsellor. From the name Conrad and Curtis.
Conrade   From Shakespeare's play Much Ado About Nothing.
Conroy Irish Gaelic Wise.
Constantine Latin Firm, constant.
Conway Welsh/Irish Welsh: Holy water. Irish: A yellow hound.
Cooper Middle English Barrel maker.
Coorain Aboriginal The wind. Also a NSW placename.
Corban Greek a gift devoted to God
Corbett Old French A raven.
Corcoran Gaelic of reddish complexion
Cordell Old French A rope maker.
Corey Celtic/Gaelic Dweller in the hollow. A boy or girl's name.
Corin Cornish/Latin Cornish: From the corner. Latin: The name of a Roman deity, possibly meaning a spear. Also from Shakespeare's play As You Like It. A boy or girl's name.
Cormac Irish Gaelic The lad of the chariot.
Cornelian   The name of a gemstone. A boy or girl's name.
Cornelius Latin Horn-coloured.
Cornell   Horn-coloured.
Cort Old German bold
Corwin Old French A friend of the heart.
Cory   Helmet. A boy or girl's name.
Cosmo Greek Perfect order, harmony.
Costard   From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour's Lost.
Coty English old house
Court   From Shakespeare's play Henry V.
Courtland Old English From the court land.
Courtney Old French The short-nosed one, or frons a placename. A boy or girl's name.
Craig Scottish Gaelic A rock or crag.
Crandon Old English From the hill of the cranes.
Cranley Old English From the meadow of the cranes.
Cranmer   From Shakespeare's play Henry VIII.
Cranog Welsh A heron.
Crawford Old English From the ford with the crows.
Creighton   Near the creek.
Crewe Old English Stepping stones or a ford. An English placename.
Crisiant Welsh Like a crystal. A boy or girl's name.
Crispin Latin Curly-haired. St Crispin was a 3rd-century martyr.
Cristian Latin A follower of Christ. A Christian.
Cristiano Italian A follower of Christ. A Christian.
Cristo Spanish Bearing Christ. From the name Christopher.
Cromwell Old English From the winding stream.
Cronan Irish Gaelic The swarthy one.
Crosby Old Norse From the village with the cross.
Csaba Hungarian from mythology, sheperd, wanderer
Cseke Hungarian puller, carrier
Csenger Hungarian  
Csepel Hungarian young forest
Csombor Hungarian  
Csongor Hungarian hunting bird
Ctirad Czech  
Cuba   The name of a Caribbean country.
Cubert Cornish A Celtic saint and a placename.
Cullen Old French Handsome.
Cupid Latin Desire, passion. The ancient roman God of love, and son of Venus.
Curan   From Shakespeare's play King Lear.
Curio   From Shakespeare's play Twelfth Night.
Curnow Cornish From Cornwall.
Curran Irish Gaelic An old family name.
Currier Old English churn
Curry   A marsh or a spice.
Curt Teutonic Bold, wise counsellor. From the name Conrad and Curtis.
Curtis Old French Courteous.
Cuthbert Old English Brilliant.
Cutler   Knife maker.
Cutter   Gem cutter.
Cy Persian The name of the founder of the Persian empire. From the name Cyrus.
Cymbeline   From Shakespeare's play Cymbeline.
Cynfor Welsh A great chief.
Cynric Old English Of kingly lineage.
Cyprian Latin A man from the island of Cyprus.
Cyrano Greek A man from Cyrent an ancient Greek colony in North Africa.
Cyric Celtic  
Cyril Greek Lordly.
Cyrus Persian The name of the founder of the Persian empire.

 

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