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Boy Names Starting with Cam-
Cam- baby names and what they mean, with 7 results. Usage of these boy names was at its most widespread 15 years ago (usage of 0.74%) and is almost as widespread today (usage 0.6%, ▼19%), but with names such as Camron becoming less fashionable. Camden (#104) and Camilo (#951) are two of the more contemporarily stylish birth names here, while Campillo (top 21%) and Campen (26%) are common Cam- last names. Here is the list of Cam- names for girls.
Camden - CampionCamden▲, var. Camdin, Camdon
Derivative of Scottish, Gaelic. "Winding valley." Calden is also a somewhat common boys' name.Cameron1, var. Cam, Camaeron, Camedon, Camren, Camron▼, Camry
Derived fr. Scottish, Gaelic elements. "Crooked nose." Popular as last names. Compare Cameron (top 1%), Camaeron, Camron (35%) with common -ron surnames Chaperon (top 63%), Cochron (94%).Cameron2
Var. of Kameron. From Scottish, Gaelic. "Crooked nose." Also used for girls. Somewhat common as a birth name, Cameron is similar to the familiar Camren.Camilo▲, var. Camillo, Camillus
Derivative of Latin. "Helper to the priest." Camilo is the firm favorite.Campbell, var. Campbel
From Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Crooked mouth." Usage of Campbell and Campbel as birth names in 2015 was down 20% compared to the previous year.Campion1, var. Campian
Source fr. Middle English language. "Champion." Campion and Campian are unique as given names, and Campion appears regularly (top 6%) as a surname.Campion2
Form of Champion. Origin fr. Middle English element. "Warrior." Capion and Caspion are creative forms. See also Campian.