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Boy Names Starting with Cy-
Cy- baby names and what they mean, with 10 results. Cy- names are used more often as feminine names. These boy names were at the apex of their popularity a century ago (usage of 0.1%) and are somewhat less conventional today, with names such as Cyril going out of style. Cyrus (#472) is the most contemporarily stylish name for newborns in this compilation, while Cyriac (top 65%) and Cyman (87%) are conventional Cy- last names. Here is the list of Cy- names for girls.
Cyd - CyrusCyd1
Form of Cid. Source fr. Spanish, Arabic. "Lord." Rather quirky as a birth name.Cyd2
Source fr. Old English element. "Wide island." Cyd is not in the Top 2000.Cydney
From Old English element. "Wide island." Unisex name. Unusual. Compare Cydney with common last names Corney (top 22%), Cairney (52%), which also end with -ney.Cyprian1, var. Cyprien1
Source fr. Latin language. "From Cyprus." Cyprine and Cyprino are creative forms.Cyprian2, Cyprien2
Var. of Cipriano. Stems fr. Spanish, Greek elements. "From Cyprus." Uncommon. Cyprien (cf. Carden, Camren) uses the unusual -en suffix.Cyran1
Var. of Corin. Stems fr. Latin language. "Spear." Cyran is scarcely used as a given name, existing often (upper 25%) as a surname. See also Corwan.Cyrano, var. Cyran2
Origin fr. French, Greek languages. "From Cyrene." Unusual as baby names, but Cyrano and Cyran are similar to the more common Kyran.Cyril1▼, var. Cy1, Cyrill1, Cyrille, Cyrillus
Root fr. Greek word. "Master, lord." Usage of Cyrille and variants was more pronounced among parents in the 1910s, but now, Cyril has become less fashionable. Cyril2▼, Cyrill2
Var. of Kiril. Derived fr. Greek word. "Lord." Cyril has dwindled in favor as a baby name circa the 1910s.Cyrus▲, var. Cy2
From Greek language. "Lord." Cyrus has grown increasingly popular as a children's name since the 1960s.