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Girl Names Starting with Ci-

Ci- baby names and what they mean, with 34 results. Ci- names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the apex of their popularity in the 1950s (usage of 0.41%) and have become significantly less common since (usage 0.03%, 92.5%), with names like Ciera falling out of fashion. Ciardi (top 36%) and Citro (18%) are common Ci- last names.

Ci- names

Ciana - Cindy | Cinetta - Citlali

Ciana - Cindy

Ciana and variantsCiana1, var. Cianna
Derived fr. Italian word. "Light." Cana is also a slightly favored girl's name.

Form of Luciana. Source fr. Italian, Armenian words. "Light; moon." Common. Compare Ciana and popular surnames Cabana (upper 12%), Viana (14%), with the -ana suffix. See also Channa.

Sierra and variantsCiara1, Ciera1, Cierra1
Forms of Sierra. Based on Spanish element. "Saw." Adoption of Ciara, Cierra, etc. as baby names in 2015 was down 88.5% compared to 2005.

Claire and variantsCiara2, Ciarra1
Var. of Claire. Derivative of Latin element. "Bright, famous." Popular as children's names, Ciara and Ciarra are comparable to the common Chara.

Ciara and variantsCiara3, var. Ciaara, Ciaran, Ciarra2, Ciarrah, Ciearra, Cieara, Ciera2, Cieria, Cierra2, Cierrah
Source fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Black." Adoption of Ciara and variants as girls' names in 2015 was down 88.9% compared to 2005.

Cecilia and variantsCicelie, Cicely1, Cici, Cicilia, Cicily, Cicilie, Cile, Cili, Cilka, Cilla1, Cilia1, Cilly1, Cissie1
Forms of Cecilia. From Latin, Old Welsh elements. "Blind; sixth." Cici (upper 80%), Cilia (33%) and Cilla (97%) are found commonly as last names.

Cicely2, var. Cis, Cissie2, Cissy
Source fr. Latin, Old Welsh languages. "Blind; sixth." Less common today. Cicely was the version last recorded (the 1970s) in the Top 2000.

Cicely3, Cilly2
Var. of Cecily. Derivative of Latin, Old Welsh languages. "Blind; sixth." Somewhat popular as girls' names, Cicely and Cilly are comparable to the common Calla.

Form of Cydney. Derived fr. Old English word. "Wide island." Not in Top 2000. See also Sidney.

.. tiny hairs that project from some .. A rare baby name, Cilia exists more conventionally as a surname. See also Calie.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ci- names: Ciana, Cianna, Ciara, Ciarra, Cicely

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ci- names: Ciera, Cierra, Cilla, Cinda, Cindee

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ci- names: Cindi, Cindie, Cindy, Cinthia

Cilicia, var. Cilicea
.. a province mentioned in both Old .. Calicia and Cilica are creative variations.

Var. of Celine. Derivative of Latin word. "Heaven." Not in popularity charts. See also Colene.

Form of Priscilla. Derived fr. Latin word. "Ancient, venerable." Cilla was popular as a birth name in the 1880s. See also Cala.

Stems fr. Latin language. "Ancient." Less used today. Cilla was last listed in the 1880s in the Top 2000. See also Cayla.

Form of Seema. From Hebrew, Aramaic languages. "Treasure." Cima, like the similar Cama, occurs more often as a last name. See also Ciana.

Cimarron, var. Cimeron
Place name .. Cimarron and Cimeron are not in the Top 2000.

Cynthia and variantsCinda1, Cindee1, Cindi1, Cindie1, Cinnie, Cindy1, Cinny, Cintha, Cinthia, Cintia, Cinthie, Cinzia
Forms of Cynthia. Root fr. Greek word. "From Mount Kynthos." Somewhat popular as girls' names, Cinda, Cinnie, etc. are comparable to the popular Chanda.

Cinderella and variantsCinderella, var. Cindie2, Cindy2
Stems fr. French. "Little ashes." Adoption of Cinderella, Cindy, etc. as baby names in 2015 was down 44.9% compared to the previous year.

Cindy and variantsCindy3, var. Cinda2, Cindal, Cindee2, Cindel, Cindi2, Cindell, Cindia, Cindie3, Cindl, Cindyl
Based on English, Greek words. "From Mount Kynthos." Used frequently as girls' names, Cindia, Cindy, etc. are similar to the conventional Cinthia.

Form of Lucinda. Derivative of Latin language. "Light." Adoption of Cindy as a children's name in 2015 was 80.3% less than a decade ago. See also Cindl.

Quick Reference

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

1. Ciana - Cindy
Ciana [Cianna], Luciana [Ciana], Sierra [Ciara, Ciera, Cierra], Claire [Ciara, Ciarra], Ciara [Ciera, Cieara, Cierra, Ciarra, Cieria, Ciarrah, Ciearra, Cierrah, ..], Cecilia [Cili, Cile, Cilka, Cilia, Cilly, Cilla, Cicily, Cissie, ..], Cicely [Cis, Cissy, Cissie], Cecily [Cilly, Cicely], Cydney [Cidney], Cilia, Cilicia [Cilicea], Celine [Ciline], Priscilla [Cilla], Cilla, Seema [Cima], Cimarron [Cimeron], Cynthia [Cinny, Cindy, Cintia, Cintha, Cinzia, Cinnie, Cinthia, Cinthie, ..], Cinderella [Cindy, Cindie], Cindy [Cindi, Cindl, Cindel, Cindee, Cindia, Cindie, Cindyl, Cindell, ..], Lucinda [Cindy]

Gianina [Cinetta], Cinnabar, Cinnamon, Hyacinth [Cinthy, Cintha, Cinthie, Cinthia], Sintra [Cintra], Cipriana [Cipriane, Ciprianna], Cypris [Cipriana, Ciprienne], Cira [Ciri], Circe, Cyrilla [Ciri, Cirilla], Scirocco [Cirocco], Sissy [Cissy, Cissi, Cissee, Cissey, Cissie], Cithara [Citara], Citlali

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