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Girl Names Starting with Ch-

Ch- baby names and what they mean, with 123 results. Ch- names are used more often as feminine names. Usage of these girl names reached its apex in the 1970s (ADOPTION OF 3.5%) and is somewhat less today (ADOPTION 2%, 43%), with names such as Christina becoming somewhat dated. The trendier baby names among these are Charlotte (#9), Charlie (#207), Charlee (#282), Charleigh (#528) and Charley (#517), while Chon (TOP 5%) and Chao (3%) are popular Ch- surnames. Here is the list of Ch- names for boys.

Ch- names

Cha- - Chante | Chantrea - Charlize | Charlotte - Chelle | Chelsea - Chesleigh | Chesney - Chorine | Chrisanta - Chrystal | Chulda - Chumani

Cha- - Chante

Cha- and variants

Cha-, var. Chevonne, Chevon, Chevelle, Cherie, Chavonne, Chenay, Charis, Charice, Charelle, Chanise, Chaquita, Chanice, Chanee, Chanae, Chalonne, Chalyse, Chalonn, Chalon, Chalise, Chalia
Root fr. American element. .. Pronunciation emphasis is on the second .. Chau is also a somewhat common baby name.

Hava and variants

Chayka, Chaya, Chava, Chaba
Var. of Hava. Based on Hebrew. "Life, animal." Popular as last names, and Chaya (UPPER 46%) is similar to popular -ya surnames Caya (UPPER 24%), Chaboya (69%).

Chabelita, Chabeli
Forms of Isabel. Derivative of Hebrew word. "God is my oath." Not Top 2000 names.

Source fr. Latin language. "Cup." Scarce. Chalice is not listed in the US Demographics. See also Charlice.

Derivative of Spanish element. Diminutive form of Rosalina. Not in Top 2000. See also Colina.

Chamania, var. Chamaniah
Derivative of Hebrew. "Sunflower." Chamania and Chamaniah are not in the Top 2000.

Hannah and variants

Channah, Channach, Chanha, Chanah1, Chana1
Forms of Hannah. Derivative of Hebrew. "He (God) has favored me." Chana is commonly occurring (UPPER 41%) as a women's name, while Chanah, Chanha, Channach and Channah are uncommonly used.

Chana2, var. Channa1, Chani, Chanah2, Chanach, Chaanach, Chaanah
Based on Hebrew. "He (God) has favored me." Chana was a Top birth name in 2015.


Based on Hindi, Sanskrit languages. "Hot, fierce, passionate." Chanda peaked in popularity 5 decades ago, but now, Chanda has gone out of style. See also Chaunta.

Chandana, var. Chandanpreet, Chandanika
Derived fr. Sanskrit element. "Sandalwood." Chandana, Chandanika and Chandanpreet are unique as baby names.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ch- names: Chana, Chanda, Chandler, Chandra, Chanel

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ch- names: Chanell, Chanelle, Chaney, Chanice, Chantal

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ch- names: Chantay, Chante, Chantel, Chantell, Chantelle

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ch- names: Charis, Chava, Chaya, Cherie, Chevelle

Chandelle and variants

Chandelle, var. Chantelle1, Chandel
Root fr. French element. "Candle." Chandel and variants peaked in popularity 3 decades ago.

Chandler and variants

Chandler, var. Chandlar
Origin fr. Middle English, Old French elements. "Candle maker." Chandlar is rarefied as a baby name among the versions of Chandler.

Chandra and variants

Chandra, var. Chaundra, Chandy, Chandrika, Chandria, Chanda2, Chandara, Chader
Root fr. Hindi, Sanskrit words. "Moon shining." Chandra (TOP 8%), Chanda (26%), Chandy (35%) and Chandara (85%) are found regularly as surnames.

Chanel and variants

Chanel, var. Chenelle, Channelle, Channell, Chanelle, Chanele, Chanell
Root fr. Old French word. "Pipe." Usage of Chanel and variants as girls' names in 2015 was 96.9% more than a decade ago.

Chaney and variants

Chaney, var. Chayney, Chainey
Derived fr. Middle English, Old French elements. "Candle maker." Adoption of Chainey and variants was more pronounced 135 years ago.

Chanya, Chaniyah, Chaniya, Chania
Forms of Hania. Derived fr. Hebrew, Arabic words. "A place to rest." Scarce as children's names, but Chania, Chanya, etc. sound like the more common Shania.

Chanina, var. Chaninah
Based on Hebrew language. "Gracious." Chanine and Chanira are creative variations.

Form of Shannon. Derived fr. Gaelic element. "Old, ancient." Compare last names Chanza (UPPER 96%), Chann (38%). See also Channah.

Chantal and variants

Chantal, var. Chontel, Chonda, Chawntelle, Chauntelle, Chauntel, Chauntell, Chaunte1, Chauntay, Chaunta, Chantriel, Chantrill, Chantrice, Chantri, Chantress, Chantrell, Chantrelle, Chantrel, Chantra, Chantoya, Chantille, Chantle, Chantill, Chantila, Chantil, Chantiel, Chantielle, Chantez, Chantey, Chanter, Chantella, Chantelle2, Chantell, Chantele, Chantela, Chanteese, Chantel, Chantee, Chanteau, Chantea, Chantaye, Chante1, Chantay1, Chantasia, Chantarai, Chantalle, Chantara, Chantall, Chantale, Chantai, Chantae1, Chantael, Chantaal, Chanta, Chandal
Derivative of Old French element. "Stone." Used somewhat widely as baby names, Chonda, Chantal, etc. are comparable to the common Cinda.

Chante and variants

Chante2, var. Chaunte2, Chantay2, Chantae2
Derivative of French element. "To sing." Less popular today. Chante was the form last recorded (1999) in the Top 2000.

Quick Reference

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

1. Cha- - Chante
Cha- [Chevonne, ..], Hava [Chayka, ..], Isabel [Chabelita, ..], Chalice, Chalina, Chamania [Chamaniah], Hannah [Channah, ..], Chana [Channa, ..], Chanda, Chandana [Chandanpreet, ..], Chandelle [Chantelle, ..], Chandler [Chandlar], Chandra [Chaundra, ..], Chanel [Chenelle, ..], Chaney [Chayney, ..], Hania [Chanya, ..], Chanina [Chaninah], Shannon [Channa], Chantal [Chontel, ..], Chante [Chaunte, ..]

Chantrea, Chanya [Chanyah, ..], Chappell [Chappel, ..], Chardonnay [Chardonay], Harela [Charrela, ..], Sharon [Cheron, ..], Charis [Cherise, ..], Charisma [Charisma], Carissa [Charissa], Charissa, Cerise [Cherise, ..], Charita, Charity [Cherry, ..], Caroline [Charlyne, ..], Charla [Charlynn, ..], Carol [Cherlyn, ..], Charlene [Charlita, ..], Charlesetta [Charlice, ..], Charlie [Charyl, ..], Charlize

Charlotte [Cheryll, ..], Charmaine [Charmyn, ..], Carmen [Charmaine], Charmian [Charmin, ..], Charo, Chasidah, Chasina, Chasity [Chassy, ..], Chastity [Chasty, ..], Chava [Chayka, ..], Chavela [Chavelle], Chaviva, Siobhan [Chyvonne, ..], Chaya, Chazona [Chazonah], Claire [Chiara, ..], Consuelo [Chelo, ..], Shell [Chelle, ..], Chelle, Michelle [Chelle]

Chelsea [Chessie, ..], Hephzibah [Chepzibah, ..], Chepzibah, Cher [Cherylie, ..], Sheryl [Cherilynn, ..], Sherry [Cheray], Cherelle, Cherene, Cherida, Cherie [Cheyrie, ..], Cherilyn [Cherylyn, ..], Cherise [Cheryse, ..], Cherish [Cherysh, ..], Cherith [Cheryth], Chermona [Chermonah], Cherry [Cheryth, ..], Cheryl [Chyrill, ..], Gwyneth [Cheryth], Cheryth [Cherith], Chesleigh [Chessli, ..]

Chesney [Chessnie, ..], Chessa [Chessy, ..], Chevonne [Chivonne, ..], Cheyenne [Chyanne, ..], Clara [Chiara], Chiara [Chiarra, ..], Ciara [Chiara], China [Chynna, ..], Chinara, Cipriana [Chiprianna, ..], Concepcion [Chita, ..], Chiquita [Chiquin, ..], Chiyo, Chloe [Chloee], Clorinda [Chlorinda], Chloris [Chloress], Cloris [Chloris], Choire, Cholena, Chorine

Crisanta [Chryssantha, ..], Chriselda, Griselda [Chriselda], Chrissie [Chrisy, ..], Christa [Chrystie, ..], Krista [Christa], Christabel [Chrystobel, ..], Crystal [Chrystalla, ..], Christelle [Christel], Christen [Chrystyn, ..], Christian [Chrystian, ..], Christiana [Christyann, ..], Christina [Chrystyna, ..], Christine [Chrystine, ..], Christmas, Christy [Chrystie, ..], Krysanthe [Chrysantha], Chrysantha [Chrysandra, ..], Chryseis [Chrysilla], Chrystal [Chrystalla]

Hulda [Chulda], Chuma, Chumani

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