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Girl Names Starting with Co-

Co- baby names and what they mean, with 40 results. Co- names are used more often as masculine names. These girl names were at the height of their popularity 25 years ago (adoption of 1.5%) and have become significantly less widespread since (adoption 0.4%, 74.5%), with names like Corine falling out of fashion. Colette (#531) and Coraline (#576) are two of the more chic girl names here, while Coletti (top 8%) and Colee (32%) are familiar Co- last names. Here is the list of Co- names for boys.

Co- names

Coco - Coral | Coralie - Courtney

Coco - Coral

Based on French. .. Name of Courteney Cox's baby daughter. Popular as last name. Compare Coco (top 6%) and popular -oco last names Cuoco (top 23%), Foco (45%). See also Cici.

Cody and variantsCody, var. Coady, Codee, Codey, Codi, Codie
Root fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Helper." Coady (upper 8%), Codey (62%) and Cody (1%) exist often as surnames.

Nicole and variantsCole, Colette1, Coley1
Forms of Nicole. Origin fr. Greek language. "People of victory." Colette is widely used as a girls' name among the variations of Nicole.

Colette and variantsColette2, var. Coco2, Coe1, Coetta, Coleta, Collet, Coletta1, Colleta, Collete, Collett, Collette
Based on French, Greek. "People of victory." Usage of Colette, Coetta, etc. as girls' names in 2015 was significantly more than the previous decade.

Coline and variantsColine1, var. Colena1, Colene1, Coletta2, Colina, Collina1, Colinette, Colline1
Stems fr. Greek language. "People of victory." Somewhat common as children's names, Coletta, Coline, etc. are comparable to the familiar Coretta.

Colleen and variantsColleen, var. Coe2, Coel, Coleen, Colena2, Coley2, Colene2, Colinda, Coline2, Colleene, Collene, Collena, Collie1, Collina2, Colline2, Colly1
Derived fr. Gaelic language. "Girl, wench." Usage of Colinda and forms was well-received among parents 6 decades ago and is now less, with Coleen becoming less fashionable.

Collis, var. Collice, Colliss
Derived fr. Old English element. "Coal miner; dark haired." Collis, Collice and Colliss are seldom found as female names, and Collis occurs commonly (upper 7%) as a last name.

Columba and variantsColumba, var. Collie2, Colly2, Colombe1, Columbia, Columbine1
Based on Latin language. "Dove." Somewhat popular as birth names, Colly, Columba, etc. sound like the conventional Calla.

Columbine2, var. Colombe2, Columbina
From Latin language. "Dove." Outside Top 2000.

Source fr. English, Latin words. "To strengthen and comfort." Cefort and Comcor are creative variations.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Co- names: Codi, Codie, Cody, Coleen, Colene

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Co- names: Coletta, Colette, Colleen, Collette, Collie

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Co- names: Columbia, Concepcion, Concetta, Concha, Conchita

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Co- names: Conni, Connie, Constance, Consuela, Consuelo

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Co- names: Cora, Coral, Coralee, Coralie, Coraline

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Co- names: Corena, Corene, Coretta, Corey, Cori

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Co- names: Corie, Corine, Corinna, Corinne, Corissa

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Co- names: Corrie, Corrina, Corrine, Cory

Concepcion and variantsConcepcion, var. Concepta, Concetta, Concettina, Concha, Concheta, Conchata, Conchissa, Conchita
Stems fr. Latin element. "Conception." Concepcion (top 2%) and Concha (11%) are found frequently as last names.

Concordia, var. Concord, Concorde
Source fr. Latin word. "Harmony." Concordia, Concord and Concorde are rarely found as women's names.

Connie and variantsConnie1, var. Con1
Root fr. Latin. "Constant, steadfast." Con is exclusive as a baby name among the versions of Connie.

Conradine, var. Connee1, Connie2, Conny1, Conrada, Conradina, Conradeen
Stems fr. Old German element. "Brave counsel." Less widespread today. Connie was the variation last recorded (2007) in the Top 2000.

Constance and variantsConstance, var. Con2, Concetina, Conetta, Connee2, Conni, Conney, Connie3, Conny2, Constanca, Constancy, Constancia1, Constanta, Constantia, Constantija, Constantine, Constantina1, Constantya, Constanz, Constanza, Constanze
Origin fr. Latin element. "Constant, steadfast." Usage of Con and forms was more pronounced 7 decades ago and has become less, with Connie becoming less stylish.

Constancia2, Constantijna, Constantina2
Var. of Konstanze. Source fr. German, Latin languages. "Constant, steadfast." Constantine (top 4%), Constantino (4%) are conventional surnames.

Consuelo and variantsConsuelo, var. Connie4, Consolata, Consuela
Based on Spanish language. "Consolation, comfort." Connie (upper 2%), Consuela (55%) and Consuelo (13%) are frequently occurring as feminine names, whereas Consolata is scarcely used.

Cora and variantsCora1, var. Corabel1, Corabella1, Corabelle1, Corabellita1, Coralee1, Corabeth, Coralia, Coralie1, Coralin, Coree, Coralyn1, Corella1, Corena1, Corene, Corey1, Coretta1, Cori1, Corie, Corilla1, Corinna, Corine, Corinne, Corisa, Corissa, Corlene, Corita, Correen, Corrella, Correlle, Correnda, Correna, Correne, Correy, Corri, Corrina, Corrie1, Corrine, Corrissa, Corry1, Corynna, Cory, Corynne, Coryssa
Derivative of Greek element. "Maiden." Cora, Coralee, Coralie, Corena, Corene, Coretta, Corey, Cori, Corie, Corine, Corinna, Corinne, Corissa, Corrie, Corrina, Corrine and Cory are more widely used as birth names among these versions.

Kora and variantsCora2, Corabel2, Corabella2, Corabelle2, Corella2, Corabellita2, Corena2, Coretta2, Corey2, Corilla2, Cori2, Corrie2, Corry2, Coryna
Var. of Kora. Derived fr. Greek element. "Maiden." Usage of Corey and Corrie as baby names has dwindled since the 1880s.

Coral and variantsCoral, var. Coralee2, Coralena, Coralie2, Coraline, Coralline, Corallina, Coraly, Coralyn2, Coralyne
Based on Latin element. "Coral." Usage of Coral, Coralie, etc. as girls' names in 2015 was up significantly compared to 2005.

Quick Reference

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

1. Coco - Coral
Coco, Cody [Codi, Coady, Codee, Codey, Codie], Nicole [Cole, Coley, Colette], Colette [Coleta, Coetta, Collet, Coletta, Colleta, Collett, Collete, Collette, ..], Coline [Colena, Colene, Colina, Collina, Coletta, Colline, Colinette], Colleen [Colly, Coline, Collie, Colline, Collina, Collena, Collene, Colleene, ..], Collis [Collice, Colliss], Columba [Colly, Collie, Colombe, Columbia, Columbine], Columbine [Colombe, Columbina], Comfort, Concepcion [Concha, Concetta, Concepta, Conchata, Concheta, Conchita, Conchissa, Concettina], Concordia [Concord, Concorde], Connie [Con], Conradine [Conny, Connie, Connee, Conrada, Conradeen, Conradina], Constance [Constanz, Constanze, Constanza, Constantia, Constantya, Constantine, Constantija, Constantina, ..], Konstanze [Constancia, Constantina, Constantijna], Consuelo [Connie, Consuela, Consolata], Cora [Cory, Corry, Corrina, Corrine, Corynne, Coryssa, Corynna, Corrissa, ..], Kora [Cori, Corey, Corry, Corrie, Corena, Coryna, Corilla, Coretta, ..], Coral [Coraly, Coralyn, Coralie, Coraline, Coralyne, Coralena, Coralline, Corallina, ..]

Coralie [Cory, Coralee, Coraline, Coralina], Corazon [Corazana], Cordelia [Cordy, Cordi, Cordia, Cordey, Cordie, Cordelie, Cordelle, Cordella], Cordis [Cordiss], Cordula [Cordulla], Coretta [Corretta], Corey [Cory, Corry, Corie, Corri, Corrie, Coriann, Corianne, Corrianna, ..], Corin [Coren, Corrin, Corena, Corine, Corrine, Corrina, Correen, Correena, ..], Corinna [Coryn, Corryn, Corynn, Corrinn, Corynne, Corrine, Corrinda, Corrinna, ..], Corinne [Corrin, Corynn, Corine, Corene, Corrie, Corrine, Corryne, Corrinne, ..], Corinthia, Corisande [Corisanda, Corissande, Corrisande], Corliss [Corly, Corlee, Corley, Corlie, Corless], Kornelia [Cornelia], Cornelia [Cornie, Cornela, Corelie, Cornella, Cornelya, Cornelle, Cornelija, Corneelija, ..], Corona [Coronna, Coronetta, Coronette], Corvina [Corva, Corveena, Corvetta], Cosette [Cosetta, Cozette], Cosima [Cosma, Cosme], Courtney [Courtny, Courtlyn, Courteny, Courtnay, Courtnie, Courtnee, Courteney, Courtland, ..]

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