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Girl Names Ending with -ca

Ca ending baby names and what they mean, with 98 results. -ca names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names reached the apex of their popularity during the years 1980-1989 (USAGE OF 6.08%) and have become significantly less conventional since (USAGE 0.42%, DOWN 93%), with names like Angelica becoming somewhat outmoded. Francesca (#424) is the most trendy birth name in this list, while Tarica (TOP 88%) and Araica (56%) are familiar -ca surnames.

-ca names

Africa - Cedrica | Clarica - Frederica | Gerica - Mallorca | Mecca - Speranca | Tamica - Zulaica

Africa - Cedrica

Africa, var. Aphfrica, Aifrica, Affrica
Source fr. Celtic language. "Pleasant." Africa (UPPER 30%), like Anca (UPPER 86%), Abarca (4%), is a popular -ca suffix surname.

Alarica
Form of Alarice. Root fr. Old German word. "Noble, regal ruler." Alaria is a somewhat common kid's name. See also Clarica.

Alica1
Var. of Alice. Stems fr. Old German language. "Noble, exalted." Alica is generally used as a girls' name compared to other variations. See also Alisia.

Alica2
Form of Alicia. Based on Old German. "Noble, exalted." Alick (UPPER 74%), Alicea (2%) are conventional last names. See also Alix.

America

America
Source fr. Old German. "Work power; home leader." Also used for boys. A conventional baby name (#1023 LAST YEAR) which also exists somewhat frequently as a last name.

Amica and variants

Amica, var. Mica
Source fr. Latin element. "Loved friend." Used somewhat frequently as children's names, Amica and Mica are similar to the common Amia.

Anaca
Var. of Anika. Derivative of Hausa element. "Sweet-faced." Anaca is not a Top 2000 name. See also Anais.

Angela and variants

Anjelica1, Angelica1
Var. of Angela. Source fr. Greek language. "Messenger; angel, messenger of God." Angelica and Anjelica became less trendy last year, falling -83 rankings as girls' names with Angelica dropping the most.

Angelica2, var. Anjelica2
Derived fr. Latin word. "Angelic." Adoption of Angelica and Anjelica as girls' names in 2016 was 66% less than a decade ago.

Anica1
Form of Anne. Derived fr. Hebrew word. "He (God) has favored me." Anca and Anicai are creative variations. See also Annica.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ca names: America, Angelica, Anjelica, Becca, Bianca

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ca names: Bionca, Blanca, Mica

Anica2
Var. of Ana. From Hebrew word. "Favored grace." Anica, like the similar Anis, exists more often as a last name.

Annica
Var. of Anna. Source fr. Hebrew language. "He (God) has favored me." Rather quirky as a children's name. See also Anika.

Beatrica
Form of Beatrice. Root fr. Latin word. "Voyager (through life); blessed." Outside Top 2000.

Becca

Becca
From English. .. In Old English, this was a .. Less widespread today. Becca was last found in 2003 in the Top 2000. See also Decca.

Blanche and variants

Branca, Blanca1, Bianca1, Bellanca1
Forms of Blanche. From Old French, Old German elements. "White, pure." Bellanca and variants became more trendy in 2016, rising on average +12 rankings as baby names with Blanca leading the upswing.

Bellanca2, var. Blanca2, Bianca2
Based on Italian language. "Blond." Bianca and Blanca have fallen off in popularity as children's names circa 1990.

Bianca and variants

Bianca3, var. Byanca, Blanca3, Bionca, Beyonca, Beonca
Root fr. Italian word. "White, pure." Bianca and Blanca are in the Top 2000.

Borsca
Var. of Borbala. Based on Hungarian element. "Foreigner, stanger." Scarce. Borsca is not found in the US Census.

Carlreca
Var. of Carla. From Old German element. "Free man." Not Top 2000 name.

Cedrica
Stems fr. Old English word. "Kind and loved." Cedrica was not among 2016's Top names.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -ca names for girls.

1. Africa - Cedrica
Africa [Aifrica, Aphfrica, ..], Alarice [Alarica], Alice [Alica], Alicia [Alica], America, Amica [Mica], Anika [Anaca], Angela [Anjelica, Angelica], Angelica [Anjelica], Anne [Anica], Ana [Anica], Anna [Annica], Beatrice [Beatrica], Becca, Blanche [Branca, Blanca, ..], Bellanca [Blanca, Bianca], Bianca [Byanca, Blanca, ..], Borbala [Borsca], Carla [Carlreca], Cedrica


Clarissa [Clarica], Constance [Constanca], Dana [Danica, Donnica, ..], Danica [Donnica, Dannica, ..], Danielle [Danica], Decca, Dena [Denica], Derica [Derrica], Dominique [Dominica, ..], Donna [Donica, Donnica], Duscha [Dusica], Elrica, Enrica, Erica [Terica, Sherica, ..], Eroica [Heroica], Farica, Florence [Florenca], Frances [Francisca, Franchesca, ..], Francesca [Francisca, Franchesca, ..], Frederica [Rica, Federica, ..]


Geri [Gerica], Jamaica [Jemaica, Jamaeca], Jana [Janica], Jane [Jenica, Janica], Jarica [Jerrica, Jarrica, ..], Jenny [Jenica], Jean [Jenica], Jennifer [Jennica], Jerica [Jerrica], Jessica [Yessica, Tjessica, ..], Catherine [Katica], Katherine [Katica], Laura [Laranca], Lorenza [Laurenca], Lauren [Lourenca], Laurence [Lourenca], Louise [Ludovica], Lusca, Lyric [Lyrica], Mallorca [Majorca]


Mecca, Micah [Meica, Meeca], Minorca [Menorca], Monica [Monca, Monnica, ..], Morgan [Morganica], Mystique [Mystica], Neneca [Nennica, Nenneca, ..], Nordica, Pacifica [Pasifica], Patricia [Patrica], Priscilla [Prisca], Rebecca [Rebeca, Ribecca, ..], Rica [Rycca, Rieca, ..], Richelle [Ricca], Roderica [Rica], Ronni [Ronica], Salamanca, Seneca [Senneca, Senecca], Cherise [Sherrica], Speranza [Speranca]


Ta- [Tamica], Tecla [Telca], Tamika [Tonica], Tosca, Ulrika [Ulrica], Ulrica [Uulrica, Ullrica, ..], Vera [Verica], Bernice [Veronica], Veronica [Verohnica, Verohnicca, ..], Vianna [Vianca], Vica, Vina [Vinica], Viva [Viveca], Viveca [Vivica], Wibeke [Wiweca], Yessica [Yesseca], Aurora [Zorica], Zuleika [Zuleica, Zulaica]

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