What does Candide mean?
Candide [can-dide] as a girls' name (also used as boys' name Candide) is a Latin name, and the meaning of the name Candide is "clarity, whiteness". Candide is a version of Candice (Latin): from "canditia". Candide is also a derivative of Candida (Latin).
Associated with: whiteness.
26 different relations via Candice, Candida: Candace▼, Candes, Candi, Candiace, Candias, Candido, Candie, Candiese, Candis, Candise, Candiss, Candist, Candita, Candus, Candy▼, Candyce, Candys, Candyse, Candyss, Kandice, Kandis, Kandise, Kandyce, Kandyse, Kendice and Khandice.
1 masculine form: Candido.Creative forms:
(female) Cadide, Cardide, ..
(male) Candier, .. Middle name pairings:
Candide Hailey (C.H.), ..
How popular is Candide?
Candide is an uncommonly occurring given name for females. Candide is an unusual surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Prominent varying forms of Candide (outside Top 2000) appearing in the Top 2000 are Candice (#1854 a year ago), Candyce, Kandice, Candy, Kandis, Candie, Candi, Candida, Candace and Candis. These relations of Candide were popular as baby names 35 years ago (average #959) and have become much less conventional since, with forms like Candy becoming somewhat outmoded. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Similar NamesSuggested similar names are Cacie, Caddy, Cade, Cadee, Cadi, Cadie, Cadye, Cahlie, Caidie, Calida, Calie, Callida, Callie▲, Calvine, Camile, Cammie, Canada, Canda, Candaice, Candance, Candas, Candase, Candayce, Candee, Candelle, Candia, Candra, Caprice, Caprise, Cardin, Caridade, Carine, Carlie, Carline, Carlise, Carmie, Carmine, Carrie▼, Carrine, Casidee, Casie, Cassidey, Cassidi, Cassidie, Cassidy, Cassie▼, Catline, Catrice, Catrine, Cauline, Caycie, Caylie, Chanice, Chanise, Cindee, Cindi, Cindia, Cindie, Cinnie, Claudie▼, Claudine▼, Connie▼, Cyndi, Cyndie, Cynnie, Jaide, Kandie, Mandie, Randie, Sande, Sandie, Tandie, Wandie, Zandie and Zenaide. These names tend to be more commonly used than Candide.See names in meaning and etymology.