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Girl Names Starting with Ce-

Ce- baby names and what they mean, with 43 results. Ce- names are used more often as feminine names. Usage of these girl names reached its apex during 1900-1909 (adoption of 0.35%) and is somewhat less today (adoption 0.22%, down 36%), with names such as Celestine going out of style. Cecilia (#181) is the most fashionable name for newborns in this compilation, while Cea (top 16%) and Celaya (6%) are common Ce- surnames. Here is the list of Ce- names for boys.

Ce- names

Ceallach - Celia | Celina - Cesia | Cesya - Cezanne

Ceallach - Celia

Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Bright-headed." Gender-neutral name. Uncommon. Ceallach, like Chaniach, Channach, uses the -ch ending.

Ciara and variantsCeara1, Cearaa, Cearia, Cearra1
Forms of Ciara. Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Black." Carra is also a somewhat popular baby name.

Ceara2, Cearra2
Var. of Claire. Stems fr. Latin word. "Bright, famous." Popular, and Ceara is similar to common -ara last names Carrara (top 14%), Charara (50%).

Cicely and variantsCecile1, Cecily1
Forms of Cicely. Stems fr. Latin, Old Welsh languages. "Blind; sixth." Somewhat common as birth names, Cecile and Cecily are similar to the conventional Cecila.

Cecilia and variantsCecilia, var. Ceceilia, Ceceley, Ceceli, Cecelia, Cecelyn, Cecely, Cecette, Ceciel, Cecil, Cecile2, Cecila, Cecilea, Cecilee, Ceciley, Cecilie, Ceciliane, Cecilija, Cecilla, Cecille, Cecily2, Cecillia, Ceclia, Cecilyann, Cecyl, Cecylia, Cecyle, Cee, Ceil1, Ceila, Ceileh, Ceilagh, Ceileigh, Ceilena, Ceilia, Cele1, Cela1, Celia1, Celie1, Celli, Cescelie, Cellie, Cescily, Cesia1, Cesilie, Cesya1
Based on Latin, Old Welsh words. "Blind; sixth." Cecilia is a contemporarily stylish version.

Stems fr. Latin, Old Welsh. "Blind; sixth." Adoption of Cecily as a children's name in 2015 was 15.5% less than a year ago. See also Ceciel.

Cedrica, var. Cedra, Cedriana, Cedrika, Cedrina
Root fr. Old English language. "Kind and loved." Cedrila and Cedrira are creative forms.

Var. of Zephyr. Derivative of Greek word. "West wind." A rare birth name. See also Sefirina.

Form of Kaylee. Source fr. Gaelic element. "Slender." Unusual. Ceili (compare Cili, Chelli) has the -li suffix. See also Keili.

Derivative of Gaelic element. "Visit, visiting." Not that prominent as a birth name.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ce- names: Ceara, Cecelia, Cecil, Cecile, Cecilia

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ce- names: Cecille, Cecily, Ceil, Cele, Celena

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ce- names: Celene, Celesta, Celeste, Celestia, Celestina

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ce- names: Celestine, Celia, Celie, Celina, Celine

Stems fr. Welsh word. "Beautiful and sweet, fair." Not Top 2000 name.

Root fr. Welsh language. "Beautiful and white, blessed." Uncommon. Ceinwen (compare Carwen) ends with the androgynous-sounding -en.

Name of a river in Portugal. Unusual, with the -ra suffix, like Caera, Cira.

Derivative of Welsh element. "Cherry." Ceirios is uncommon as a children's name.

Celandine, var. Celadonia, Celida, Cellandine
From Greek element. "Swallow." Unusual. Celandine, Cellandine, similar to Celestine, Clarine, have the unconventional -ine ending.

Selina and variantsCelena1, Celene1, Celenia1, Celina1, Celinda1
Var. of Selina. Stems fr. Greek word. "The moon." Adoption of Celena and variants as girls' names in 2015 was 23.9% less than the previous decade.

Celena and variantsCelena2, var. Cela2, Celeena, Celina2, Celinka1, Cesya2, Cesia2
Derived fr. Greek word. "The moon." Sparing use, with usage of 0.007% for Celena and variants as girls' names in 2015, less than 0.007% the year before.

Selena and variantsCelene2, Celenia2, Celie2, Celina3, Celine1, Celinda2, Cellina, Celyna1
Forms of Selena. Source fr. Greek word. "The moon." Celina (top 23%), Celinda (93%) and Celine (55%) are prevalent as feminine names, while Celene, Celenia, Celie, Cellina and Celyna are irregularly used.

Celeste and variantsCeleste, var. Cela3, Celes, Celesia, Celesley, Celest, Celesse, Celesta, Celestena, Celestene, Celestial, Celestia, Celestiel, Celestijna, Celestin, Celestine, Celestina, Celestinea, Celestyna, Celestyne, Celie3, Celia2, Celina4, Celinda3, Celine2, Celisse, Celinka2, Celka, Celleste, Celyna2
Based on Latin word. "Heavenly." Usage of Celeste, Celestine, Celia and Celina as baby names has decreased since 1880-1889.

Celia and variantsCelia3, var. Ceil2, Cele2, Celie4
From Latin element. "Heaven." Celia was a Top birth name in 2015.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ce- names for girls.

1. Ceallach - Celia
Ceallach, Ciara [Ceara, Cearaa, Cearia, Cearra], Claire [Ceara, Cearra], Cicely [Cecile, Cecily], Cecilia [Cesya, Cesia, Cellie, Cescily, Cesilie, Cescelie, ..], Cecily, Cedrica [Cedra, Cedrika, Cedrina, Cedriana], Zephyr [Cefirina], Kaylee [Ceili], Ceilidh, Ceinlys, Ceinwen, Ceira, Ceirios, Celandine [Celida, Celadonia, Cellandine], Selina [Celena, Celina, Celene, Celenia, Celinda], Celena [Cela, Cesya, Cesia, Celina, Celinka, Celeena], Selena [Celie, Celina, Celine, Celyna, Cellina, Celinda, ..], Celeste [Celka, Celine, Celyna, Celinka, Celisse, Celleste, ..], Celia [Ceil, Cele, Celie]

Celina [Celine, Celicia, Celenne, Celinda, Celinde, Celinna, ..], Celine [Celina], Celosia, Chelsea [Celsea], Cinderella [Cendrillon, Cenerentola], Cendrine, Zenobia [Cenobia, Cenobie], Cenobia, Cyrilla [Cerelia, Cerella], Cerelia [Cerella], Serena [Cerena], Ceres, Cerese, Ceri [Cerian], Cira [Ceri, Ceria], Ceridwen [Ceri, Ceradwyn, Ceridwyn, Cerridwen, Cerridwyn], Cerise [Cerria, Ceryce, Cerissa, Cerisse, Cerrina, Cerrita, ..], Carys [Cerys], Cesarina [Cesarea, Cesarie, Cesarine], Cesia

Alexandra [Cesya], Concepcion [Cetta], Cezanne

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