Chesney [Chessney, .. 7 more] 66 Root fr. Old English word. Place name referring to a camp. The forms Chesney and Chessney are uncommonly used as female names, and Chesney occurs commonly (Top 12%) as a last name according to the US Census.
[Crissey, .. 116 more] Var. of Christina 68 Root fr. Latin word. "Follower of Christ." The variant form Crissey is rarely occurring as a first name, and it occurs frequently (Top 83%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Crissa. ..
[Sisley, .. 8 more] Var. of Cicely 70 Stems fr. Latin, Old Welsh elements. "Blind; sixth." The variation Sisley is atypical as a female name, and it occurs commonly (Top 88%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Sisely. ..
[Clairey, Clarey, .. 59 more] Var. of Claire 71 Derived fr. Latin word. "Bright, famous." The forms Clairey and Clarey are scarcely used as female names, and Clarey occurs commonly (Top 46%) as a last name in the US Census. ..
[Claudey, .. 19 more] Var. of Claudia 72 Root fr. Latin. "Lame." The variant form Claudey is sparsely used as a female name. ..
[Codey, Kodey, .. 7 more] Var. of Cody 73 Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Helper." The versions Codey and Kodey are infrequently used as feminine names, and Codey appears commonly (Top 98%) as a last name according to the US Census. ..
[Coley, .. 18 more] Var. of Colleen 74 Root fr. Gaelic word. "Girl, wench." Name suited for both genders. The variant form Coley is sparsely used as a given name, occurring often (Top 2%) as a surname in the US Census. ..
[Conney, .. 29 more] Var. of Constance 75 Derivative of Latin language. "Constant, steadfast." Not regularly used as a birth name for girls, Conney exists more often as a last name. See also Bonney. ..