Conley 46 .. .. Saint Conlaodh or ConlŠed was .. Unique as a name for children, Conley is used more commonly as a last name. See also Coley.
Conrad▼ 47 .. .. Konrad. The name of nine saints .. Conrad is a prevalent (Top 37%) men's name, and it appears regularly (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census. The variation Connie is commonly used as a form of Conrad. [Con, Connie, Conrado, Cort, Konrad, .. 5 more]
Constant 48 .. .. determination in following Saint Peter's exhortations .. Scarce as a birth name for boys, Constant occurs more conventionally as a last name. See also Constanz.
Corbinian 49 .. .. of a Frankish saint (seventh century). Seldom used as a name for children.
Corin 50 .. .. Name of several saints. In the .. A name applicable for both boys and girls. Corin is irregularly used as a male name, and it appears frequently (Top 59%) as a last name in the US Census. [Coren, Corrin, Koren, Korrin, .. 2 more]
Cormac 51 .. .. literature at Tara. Saint Cormac 10th .. A scarce given name for baby boys. [Cormack, Cormick]
Cornelius▼ 52 .. .. who is venerated as a saint .. A somewhat rare birth name which is found more frequently as a surname. The forms Neil and Cornelious are widely used as variations of this name. [Con, Connie, Cornel, Cornelio, Cornell, .. 13 more]
Cosmo 53 .. .. form of Greek Kosmas. Saint Cosmos .. Seldom used as a birth name for boys, Cosmo is used more often as a last name. [Cosimo, Kosmo, .. 1 more]
Crispin 54 .. .. Saint Crispin was a third-century martyr .. Crispin is an uncommon male name, and it occurs commonly (Top 16%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Krispin. [Crepin, Crispian, Crispo, Crisspin, .. 3 more]
Cuthbert 55 .. .. of two English saints in the .. Cuthbert is an atypical given name, and it appears often (Top 14%) as a surname according to the US Census. [Cuddy]
Cyrano 56 .. .. Cyran was a seventh-century French saint. Cyrano is unique as a men's name. See also Cereno. [Cyran]
Cyril▼ 57 .. .. name of at least eight saints .. Usage of Cyril as a name for kids has been on a downward trend over time. See also Caryl. [Ciril, Cirilio, Cirilo, Cyrill, Cyrillus, .. 5 more]
Cyrus▲ 58 .. .. the name of a fourth-century saint .. The name Cyrus has surged in popularity over the years since 1950-1959. See also Cruz. [Ciro, Cy]
Dace 59 .. .. saints' names from the fourth and .. A name used for both genders. Dace is an unconventional male name, occurring frequently (Top 30%) as a last name according to the US Census. [Dacey, Dacio, .. 1 more]
Dallan 60 .. Saint Dallan of Ireland (sixth century) .. Dallan is scarce as a masculine name. See also Callan. [Dal, Dalan, Dallin, Dalon, .. 2 more]
Damian▲ 61 .. .. Saint Damien (third century) is known .. The name Damian has risen in favor with parents since 1880. A name suited for both sexes. The variations Damon and Dameon are familiar as forms of Damian. [Daemon, Daimon, Damen, Damiano, Damianus, .. 14 more]
Darius▲ 62 .. .. of an obscure saint who was .. Very popular choice for a given name (#473 in 2014), Darius is also found somewhat commonly as a surname. See also Marius. [Darias, Dario, Darrius, Derry, .. 3 more]
David 63 .. .. Saint David (sixth century) is the .. Very popular choice for a given name for boys (#18 in 2014) that is also found somewhat regularly as a surname. The forms Davon and Davie are prevalent as versions of this name. [Daffy, Dafydd, Dave, Davi, Davide, .. 16 more]
Declan▲ 64 .. .. of an Irish saint (sixth century) .. A very common choice for a birth name. See also Deccan.
Delphin 65 .. .. Saint Delphin (fourth century) was a .. Delphin is irregularly used as a masculine name. [Delfin, Delfino, Delfinus, Delphinos, Delvin, .. 3 more]