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Boy Names Starting with Ce-
Ce- baby names and what they mean, with 14 results. Ce- names are used more often as feminine names. These boy names were at the apex of their popularity in the 1900s (usage of 0.27%) and have become much less conventional since (usage 0.09%, ▼67.5%), with names such as Cedric becoming somewhat outmoded. Cerillo (top 49%) and Ceric (56%) are conventional Ce- last names. Here is the list of Ce- names for girls.
Ceallach - CetusCeallach
From Irish, Gaelic language. "Bright-headed." Gender-neutral name. Not Top 2000 name.Cecil▼, var. Cecilio, Cecilius, Cecyl, Celio1
Origin fr. Latin, Old Welsh languages. "Blind; sixth." Cecil (top 2%), comparable to Cavil (top 44%), Crail (19%), is a popular -il suffix last name.Cedric▼, var. Ced, Cedrick, Cedrik, Cedro1
Origin fr. Old English word. "Kind and loved." Cedric and variants became less trendy last year, falling -71 rankings as children's names with Cedric leading the decline.Cedro2
Source fr. Spanish word. Cedro and Cidro (SEE droh) are .. Not that common as a children's name, Cedro is found more commonly as a last name.Cefirino
Var. of Seferino. Derived fr. Spanish, Greek words. "West wind." Outside Top 2000.Celesto, var. Celestine, Celestino, Celindo
Derivative of Latin language. "Heavenly." Celestine, Celesto and Celindo are more rarefied as boys' names.Celio2
Source fr. Latin element. "Heaven." Celio is a rare first name, existing frequently (upper 23%) as a last name. See also Cleo.Celso, var. Celsius, Celsus
Derived fr. Italian, Latin. "High, lofty." Celso is widely used as a birth name among these versions.Cephas
Origin fr. Hebrew word. "Rock." Somewhat atypical as a children's name, Cephas occurs more often as a last name.Cereno
Var. of Sereno. Origin fr. Latin. "Tranquil." Cereno is an irregularly used men's name. See also Coren.
Source fr. Welsh. Of uncertain origin. Also a girls' name. Ceri is unique as a masculine name.Cesar1, Cesare1, Cesaro, Cezar1
Forms of Caesar. Origin fr. Latin element. "Head of hair." Usage of Cesar and variants was up a decade ago and is less today. Cesar2, var. Cesare2, Cesario, Cezar2
Origin fr. Latin element. "Head of hair." Popularly used, with usage of 0.069% for Cesar and variants as birth names in 2015, higher than 0.067% a year ago.Cetus
Derivative of Greek language. "Large fish or sea monster." Outside Top 2000.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ce- names for boys.1. Ceallach - Cetus
Ceallach, Cecil▼ [Celio, Cecyl, Cecilio, Cecilius], Cedric▼ [Ced, Cedro, Cedrik, Cedrick], Cedro, Seferino [Cefirino], Celesto [Celindo, Celestine, Celestino], Celio, Celso [Celsus, Celsius], Cephas, Sereno [Cereno], Ceri, Caesar [Cezar, Cesar, Cesaro, Cesare], Cesar [Cezar, Cesare, Cesario], Cetus