Century Names from Cleopatra - Coral

Page 14/41. 402 Century names and what they mean, for century for females. Listing 126-135.

Cleopatra 126 .. Also the name of a fourth-century Palestinian saint. A given name that is not commonly used now, though occurring frequently as a first name among women in the community according to the US Census. [Clea, Cleona, Cleonie, Clio, .. 3 more]

Cleta 127 .. Feminine of Cletus, the name of a first-century saint. Cleta has declined in favor as a girls' name over time. See also Oleta.

Clorinda 128 .. Literary named coined by 16th-century Italian poet Torquato Tasso in "Gerusalemme Liberata" (1580) .. Clorinda is common (Top 74%) as a feminine name. The form Clora is commonplace as a version of the name. [Chlorinda, Clora]

Clotilda 129 .. Saint Clothilde was the wife of Frankish King Clovis I in the sixth century, and supposedly went into battle by his side .. Clotilda is unusual as a feminine name. The variation Clotilde is generally used as a variant form of this name. [Clothilda, Clotilde, Klothilde, .. 2 more]

Clover 130 .. The name has been used since the 19th century .. Clover is an uncommon feminine name, occurring frequently (Top 9%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Clove. [Clova]

Colette 131 .. Saint Collette was a 15th century French nun who gave her money to the poor .. The name Colette has risen in favor with parents. The variation Coletta is familiar as a form of this name. [Cloette, Coco, Coetta, Coletta, Colleta, .. 7 more]

Columba 132 .. Saint Columba, sixth-century Irish saint, founded an influential monastery on the Scottish island of Iona, and is supposed to have exorcised the River Ness of a monster .. A given name that is not commonly used. See also Columbina. [Collie, Colombe, Columbine, .. 2 more]

Connie 133 .. Pet form of Constance, used as an independent name among English speakers since the 18th century. Usage of Connie as a girls' name has waned over the years. Name used for both girls and boys. [Con, Konnie]

Constance 134 .. This was a popular name among the Normans, and was borne by the formidable Constance of Sicily (12th century), wife of the Emperor Henry VI .. Fairly unique as a birth name, occurring somewhat frequently as a surname. [Con, Concetina, Connee, Conni, Conny, .. 25 more]

Coral 135 .. Late 19th-century coinage .. Somewhat unusual as a name for newborns, existing fairly frequently as a surname. The variation Coralee is familiar as a form of Coral. [Coralee, Coralie, Corallina, Coraly, Coralyne, .. 8 more]

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Century names: Cleta, Colette, Connie, Constance, Coral

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