Baby Names starting with C for girls



Baby Names from A to Z

Cabalina, means "having to do with horses". A scarce name for children. See also Catalina.

Cadence, var. Cady, Cadena, Cadance, Cadenza, means "with rhythm". A very common choice for a birth name for females. The form Kaydence is common as a variation of this name.

Cadette, means "younger". A scarce name for baby girls. See also Nadette.

Cadhla, means "beautiful, graceful". Unique as a birth name. The variation Kyla is widely used as a form of Cadhla.

Cady, var. Cade, Cadi, Cadye, Cadey, Cadie, Cadee, Caidie, means "pure". A seldom-used name for girls, Cady occurs more conventionally as a surname. See also Mady.

Cai, means "feminine". Scarcely used as a baby name, Cai is used more conventionally as a last name. Both a feminine and a masculine name.

Cailin, var. Cailyn, Caelan, Caelyn, Caylin, Caileen, means "girl". Cailyn has trended downward in favor as a girls' name over the years. Both a feminine and a masculine name. The variation Cailyn is commonly used as a variant form of Cailin.

Caitlin, var. Cait, Calen, Calin, Caity, Calyn, Caiti, Caylyn, Catlin, Caelin, Caelyn, .. 31 more, means "pure". A very common choice for a name for newborns (#496 the past year), Caitlin is also recorded frequently as a first name among the female populace according to the US Census. The variations Katelyn and Kaitlin are common as forms of this name.

Caitrin, means "pure". A unique name for babies. See also Catrina.

Cala, means "castle, fortress". Scarce as a birth name for girls. See also Mala.

Calandra, var. Cal, Calli, Cally, Calley, Callie, Callee, Calinda, Calynda, Calandre, Calendre, .. 1 more, means "lovely one". The variant form Callie has risen in favor as a birth name since 1960. The variation Callie is prevalent as a form of Calandra.

Calantha, var. Cal, Cally, Calli, Callie, Callee, Calley, Calanthe, Calanthia, means "beautiful flower". The variant form Callie has become increasingly popular with parents since 1960. The form Callie is widely used as a variation of the name.

Caledonia, means "the Scottish highlands". Unique as a girls' name. See also Celadonia.

Calico. Scarce as a given name, Calico is found more often as a surname. See also Chalice.

Calida, var. Calla, Calli, Callida, means "most beautiful; heated, with warmth". Calida is a sparsely used women's name. The variation Calla is common as a form of Calida.

California. A unique birth name for females.

Calista, var. Cali, Cala, Calli, Cally, Calla, Callie, Calysta, Calesta, Calissa, Calisto, .. 4 more, means "cup; fairest, most beautiful". A slightly rare given name for baby girls. The forms Kallie and Calla are prevalent as variations of Calista.

Calla, means "beautiful". Somewhat infrequent as a name for kids. See also Lalla.

Callan, var. Calynn, Callen, means "rock". Name used for both girls and boys. Callan is a scantly used feminine name, occurring regularly (Top 9%) as a surname according to the US Census.

Callidora, means "gift of beauty". Unique as a birth name for girls.

Callie, var. Cali, Calli, Cally, Calie, Calee, Calley, Calina, Cahlie, Callee, means "beautiful, lovely". Callie is a familiar (Top 16%) female name. The variations Kallie and Cali are commonly used as variant forms of Callie.

Calligenia, means "daughter of beauty". Seldom used as a given name for baby girls.

Calliope, var. Callia, Callyope, means "beautiful voice". Calliope is an atypical female name.

Callula, means "small beauty". Scarce as a name for kids. See also Tallula.

Calpurnia. A rare name for baby girls.

Caltha, means "golden flower". Scarce as a name for newborns. See also Calida.

Calvina, var. Calvine, Calvinne, Calvinna, means "bald". Rarely used as a baby name. See also Malvina.

Calypso, var. Calipso, Callypso, means "she who hides". Seldom used as a name for girls.

Cambria, var. Cambree, Cambaria, means "the people". Cambria is sparsely used as a given name, and it occurs regularly (Top 31%) as a surname in the US Census.

Camellia, var. Camella, Camelia, Cammelia, means "helper to the priest". Camellia is a common (Top 93%) given name. The form Camelia is prevalent as a variation of the name.

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