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"CH" baby names beginning or starting with Ch- are used more often as feminine names.

Usage of these boy names was at its apex during the years 1980-1989 (usage of 0.0504%) and has remained as widespread to this day (usage 0.0418%, down 16.9%), but with names such as Chace, Chad, Chris, Chaz and Chester falling out of style. The trendier boy names in this compilation are Channing (#689), Chandler (#420), Charlie (#225), Chance (#248) and Chase (#78), with Channing and Charlie enjoying a resurgence in popularity. Choe (top 3%) and Chism (3%) are familiar Ch- last names.

Here is the list of Ch- names for girls.

pinCarlton - Chaney

Page 1/4 of 73 Ch- grouped names.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Ch- names: Chad, Chadd, Chadrick, Chadwick, Chaim

[Charlton, .. 3 more] Form of Carlton 1 Derived fr. Old English. "Free peasant settlement." Not in Top 1000. See also Charleton.

[Charpentier] Form of Carpenter 2 Stems fr. Latin element. "Carriage maker." Not in popularity charts.

[Chezare, .. 3 more] Var. of Cesar 3 Root fr. Latin language. "Head of hair." Outside Top 1000. ..

Chad [Chaddie, Chadd, Chadric, Chadrick, Chadwick] 4 Root fr. Old English language. Modern spelling of the medieval given .. Listed in Top 1000.

Chadwick [Chadwyck] 5 Origin fr. Old English element. "Dairy farm of Ceadda." Outside Top 1000. ..

Chai 6 Based on Hebrew word. "Living, vital." Not in popularity charts. See also Chaz.

Chaim [Chayim, Chayyim, .. 8 more] 7 Root fr. Hebrew element. "Life." Chaimby and Chaimme are kreatif variations. ..

Chairo [Chiro, .. 2 more] 8 Origin fr. Spanish, Greek languages. "Sacred name." Uncommon. Chairo, Chiro (cf. Clodomiro) has the unconventional masculine -iro suffix. ..

Chalkley [Chalklea, Chalklie] 9 Origin fr. Old English language. "Chalk meadow." Unique, with the favored androgynous -ley ending for Chalkley like Charley.

Chalmers [Chalmer, Chambers] 10 Based on Old French. "Servant of the chambers." Not Top 1000 names.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Ch- names: Chance, Chandler, Chauncey

Chamberlain [Chambellan, Chamberlin, Chambers] 11 Derivative of Middle English language. "Chief officer of the household." Uncommon. Chamberlain (cf. Cain) has the -ain suffix.

Champ 12 Derivative of Middle English element. "Warrior." Not in Top 1000. See also Chap. ..

Champion [Champ, Champeon, .. 1 more] 13 Origin fr. Middle English. "Warrior." Unusual, with the androgynous -on ending for Champion, Champeon like Camdon.

Chan 14 Source fr. Spanish, Hebrew languages. "God is gracious." Not in Top 1000. See also Cahane. ..

Chanan 15 Derivative of Hebrew element. "God was compassionate." Not Top 1000 name. See also Channon.

Chance [Chanse, Chantz, Chanze, Chaunce, Chauncy, Chauncey, Choncey] 16 Origin fr. Middle English word. "Good fortune." Ranked in Top 1000. ..

Chancellor [Chance, Chancelor, Chansellor, Chaunce] 17 From French, Middle English elements. "Office holder." Listed in Top 1000.

Chand [Chandak, Chandan] 18 Source fr. Hindi, Sanskrit. "Moon, light." Not in Top 1000.

Chandler 19 From Middle English, Old French. "Candle maker and seller." Also a girls' name. Popular, with the androgynous -er suffix like Casander.

Chaney [Chalney, Chany, Cheney] 20 Derivative of French word. "Oak tree." Not Top 1000 names.

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Summary of names (grouped by variations) for Ch- names for boys.

Carlton - Chaney
Carlton [Charlton], Carpenter [Charpentier], Cesar [Chezare], Chad [Chadd, Chadric, Chadrick, Chadwick], Chadwick [Chadwyck], Chai, Chaim [Chayim, Chayyim], Chairo [Chiro], Chalkley [Chalklea, Chalklie], Chalmers [Chalmer, Chambers], Chamberlain [Chambers, Chambellan, Chamberlin], Champ, Champion [Champ, Champeon], Chan, Chanan, Chance [Chaunce, Chauncy, Choncey, Chauncey, ..], Chancellor [Chance, Chaunce, Chancelor, Chansellor], Chand [Chandak, Chandan], Chandler, Chaney [Chany, Cheney, Chalney]

Chang - Che
Chang, Chaniel [Chanyel], Channing [Chann, Channe, Channon], Chano, Chanoch [Chanok, Channoch], Chantrey [Chantry], Chaparral [Chaparall], Chaplin [Chaplain, Chaplinn, Chappelin], Chapman [Chap, Chappy], Chappel [Chaps, Chappell], Charles [Chaz, Chip, Chuck, Chick, ..], Charlie [Charly], Charlton [Charleton, Charleston], Charro, Chase [Chace, Chasen, Chayce, Chayse], Chauncey [Chauncy, Chaunsy, Chawncey, Chaunsey, ..], Chaviv, Chayo, Chaz [Chas, Chazz], Che

Cherokee - Chris
Cherokee, Cherut [Cheroot], Chesley [Chesly, Cheslee, Cheslie, Chesleigh], Chesney [Cheny, Chesny, Cheney, Chesnie], Chessie, Chester [Chet, Chess, Cheston], Chetwin [Chetwen, Chetwyn, Chetwynd, Chetwynn], Chevalier [Chevy], Chevron, Chevy [Cheval, Chevall, Chevalier], Cheyenne [Chayan, Chayann], Cheyne [Chane, Chaney, Chayne, Cheney], Chick [Chic, Chik], Chico, Chiko, Chilton [Chill, Chelton], Chino, Chip [Chipper], Choni, Chris [Chriss]

Christian - Rochester
Christian [Christo, Christy, Christie, Christos, ..], Christie [Christy], Christmas, Christopher [Christos, Christoph, Christophe, Christophoros, ..], Chuck [Chuckie], Churchill [Churchil], Cristian [Chrystian], Enoch [Chanoch], Francis [Chico], Francisco [Chico], Joseph [Che], Koresh [Choresh], Rochester [Chet, Chester]