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Boy Names Starting with Cr-

Cr- baby names and what they mean, with 34 results. Cr- names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names were at the height of their popularity in the 1960s (adoption of 0.5%) and are somewhat less conventional today (adoption 0.2%, 50%), with names like Crawford going out of style. Crosby (#576), Crew (#715), Cruz (#324) and Cristiano (#841) are four of the more trendy baby names here, while Crotty (top 5%) and Crow (1%) are familiar Cr- last names. Here is the list of Cr- names for girls.

Cr- names

Craddock - Crispin | Cristen - Cruz

Craddock - Crispin

Craddock, var. Cradock
Root fr. Welsh. "Love." Common as surnames, and Craddock (upper 3%), Cradock (100%) are similar to popular last names Carlock (upper 6%), Charnock (25%), with the -ock suffix.

Craig and variantsCraig, var. Craigie, Craik
Derivative of Scottish, Gaelic. "Rock, rocky." Common, with usage of 0.012% for Craig, Craik, etc. as boys' names in 2015, higher than 0.012% the previous year.

Cramer, var. Cram
From Old German. "Peddler." Not in Top 2000.

Crandall, var. Crandal, Crandell
Source fr. Old English language. "Valley of cranes." Uncommon. Crandall, Crandell, similar to Cornall, end with the androgynous -ll.

Crane, var. Crain, Craine, Crayn, Crayne
Origin fr. Old English element. "Crane." Cane is a slightly favored kid's name.

Cranford, var. Cranfurd
Stems fr. Old English word. "Ford with the crane." Crawford (top 1%), Craford (60%) are common surnames.

Cranley, var. Cranlee, Cranleigh, Cranly
Derived fr. Old English element. "Meadow with the cranes." Cranley and variants were not Top birth names in 2015.

Origin fr. Old English language. "Settlement of cranes." Cranston is not a Top 2000 name.

Origin fr. Old English language. Place name used as surname. Craven is an infrequently used given name, occurring often (top 1%) as a surname.

Crawford and variantsCrawford, var. Crawfurd
Based on Old English language. "Ford of the crows." Crawford has waned in popularity as a birth name circa the 1880s.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cr- names: Craig, Crawford, Creed, Creighton, Crew

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cr- names: Cris, Crispin, Cristobal, Cristofer

Native Canadian tribe .. Camee and ee are creative forms.

Creed and variantsCreed, var. Creedon
Stems fr. English, Latin elements. "Belief; guiding principle; I believe." Creed and Creedon are uncommon as male names.

Creek, var. Creik
"Small river." Rare as boys' names, but Creek and Creik are similar to the more familiar Creed. Place name.

Creighton and variantsCreighton, var. Crayton, Crichton
Derived fr. Scottish, Middle English, Old English words. "Border or boundary settlement." Crayton, Creighton and Crichton are hardly found as first names.

Cresswell, var. Creswell, Creswill
Stems fr. Old English element. "Well where watercress grows." Outside Top 2000.

Carew and variantsCrew, Crewe
Forms of Carew. Derivative of Latin language. "Chariot." Common, with usage of 0.018% for Crew and Crewe as baby names in 2015, though lower than 0.019% the year before.

Var. of Chris. Derived fr. Greek word. "Bearing Christ." Also used for girls. Somewhat atypical as a boys' name.

Christopher and variantsCris2, Cristobal, Cristofer, Cristoforo, Cristovano
Var. of Christopher. Source fr. Greek. "Bearing Christ." Cristobal (top 8%) and Cristoforo (94%) exist often as surnames.

Crisanto, var. Cresento, Crisento, Crizant, Crizanto
Derived fr. Spanish, Greek words. "Gold flower." Crisento and variants are not frequently adopted as baby names.

Crispin and variantsCrispin, var. Crepin, Crespin, Crispian, Crispino, Crispus, Crispo, Crisspin
Origin fr. Latin element. "Curly-haired." Somewhat popular as children's names, Crispian, Crispin, etc. are similar to the conventional Cristian.