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Girl Names Starting with Con-

Con- baby names and what they mean, with 7 results. Con- names are used more often as masculine names. Usage of these girl names was at its most widespread 65 years ago (usage of 0.6%) and has become much lower since, with names like Concetta becoming less fashionable. Conahan (top 26%) and Cona (26%) are popular Con- last names. Here is the list of Con- names for boys.

Con- names

Concepcion - Consuelo

Concepcion and variantsConcepcion, var. Concepta, Concetta, Concettina, Concha, Conchata, Conchissa, Concheta, Conchita
Source fr. Latin. "Conception." Common as surnames, and Concepcion (upper 2%) is similar to common -ion surnames Conception (upper 50%), Consolacion (79%).

Concordia, var. Concord, Concorde
Origin fr. Latin element. "Harmony." Concordia, Concord and Concorde are seldom adopted as birth names.

Connie and variantsConnie1, var. Con1
From Latin language. "Constant, steadfast." Connie is common as a baby name compared to Con.

Conradine, var. Connee1, Connie2, Conny1, Conrada, Conradeen, Conradina
Origin fr. Old German. "Brave counsel." Connie exists often (top 39%) as a surname.

Constance and variantsConstance, var. Con2, Concetina, Conetta, Connee2, Conney, Connie3, Conni, Conny2, Constanca, Constancia1, Constancy, Constantia, Constanta, Constantija, Constantina1, Constantine, Constantya, Constanza, Constanz, Constanze
Origin fr. Latin language. "Constant, steadfast." Con, Concetina, Conetta, Connee and Conney are more uncommon as children's names among the versions of Constance.

Constancia2, Constantijna, Constantina2
Forms of Konstanze. Origin fr. German, Latin languages. "Constant, steadfast." Compare surnames Constantin (upper 20%), Constantine (4%).

Consuelo and variantsConsuelo, var. Connie4, Consolata, Consuela
Stems fr. Spanish element. "Consolation, comfort." Consolata is exclusive as a girls' name among the forms of Consuelo.

Quick Reference

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

1. Concepcion - Consuelo
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]

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