Carlton - Enoch
Page 1/1 of 39 Cha- grouped names.
[Charlton, .. 3 more] Var. of Carlton 1 Source fr. Old English word. "Free peasant settlement." The variation Charlton is scarcely used as a men's name, appearing often (Top 4%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Charleton.
[Charpentier] Var. of Carpenter 2 From Latin language. "Carriage maker." The variation Charpentier is infrequently used as a masculine name, and it occurs frequently (Top 12%) as a last name in the US Census.
Chad▼ [Chaddie, Chadd, Chadric, Chadrick, Chadwick] 3 Based on Old English element. Modern spelling of the medieval given .. The variations Chadwick, Chadrick, Chadd and Chad are more widely used as birth names for boys among the various versions of the name.
Chadwick [Chadwyck] 4 Origin fr. Old English word. "Dairy farm of Ceadda." The form Chadwick is a familiar (Top 66%) masculine name, while Chadwyck is scarce in comparison, and Chadwick appears often (Top 2%) as a surname according to the US Census. ..
Chai 5 Based on Hebrew element. "Living, vital." The variation Chai is a sparsely used male name, appearing commonly (Top 18%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Chad.
Chaim [Chayim, Chayyim, .. 8 more] 6 From Hebrew language. "Life." The variant forms Chaim, Chayim and Chayyim are irregularly used as male names, and Chaim occurs frequently (Top 98%) as a last name in the US Census. ..
Chairo 7 Based on Spanish, Greek elements. "Sacred name." The version Chairo is a scarcely used male name. See also Ciro. ..
Chalkley [Chalklea, Chalklie] 8 Origin fr. Old English. "Chalk meadow." The forms Chalklea, Chalkley and Chalklie are uncommon as masculine names, and Chalkley appears commonly (Top 73%) as a last name in the US Census.
Chalmers [Chalmer, Chambers] 9 Based on Old French element. "Servant of the chambers." The variations Chalmer, Chalmers and Chambers are rarely used as first names. Chalmers (Top 4%) and Chambers (1%) appear frequently as last names in the US Census.
Chamberlain [Chambellan, Chamberlin, Chambers] 10 From Middle English language. "Chief officer of the household." The forms Chambellan, Chamberlain, Chamberlin and Chambers are uncommon as masculine names. Chamberlain (Top 1%), Chamberlin (4%) and Chambers (1%) appear commonly as last names in the US Census.
Champ 11 Source fr. Middle English. "Warrior." Rare as a given name, Champ occurs more commonly as a last name. See also Chap. ..
Champion [Champ, Champeon, .. 1 more] 12 Origin fr. Middle English word. "Warrior." The forms Champ, Champeon and Champion are atypical as men's names. Champ (Top 14%) and Champion (2%) appear often as surnames in the US Census.
Chan [Chano, Chayo] 13 Based on Chinese, Spanish elements. Nickname for John .. The variant forms Chan, Chano and Chayo are uncommon men's names, and Chan occurs regularly (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census.
Chanan 14 Origin fr. Hebrew word. "God was compassionate." Seldom used as a birth name for males. See also Conan.
Chancellor [Chance▲, Chancelor, Chansellor, Chaunce] 16 Origin fr. French, Middle English. "Office holder." The variation Chance is a familiar (Top 69%) men's name, while Chancellor, Chancelor, Chansellor and Chaunce are unusual comparatively. Chance (Top 3%) and Chancellor (6%) occur often as surnames in the US Census.
Chand [Chandak, Chandan] 17 Source fr. Hindi, Sanskrit words. "Moon, light." The versions Chand, Chandak and Chandan are rarely used first names, and Chand occurs frequently (Top 27%) as a last name according to the US Census.
Chandler▲ 18 Origin fr. Middle English, Old French. "Candle maker and seller." Chandler is infrequently used as a masculine name, and it appears often (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census.
Chaney [Chalney, Chany, .. 1 more] 19 Based on French element. "Oak tree." The variations Chalney, Chaney and Chany are rare as men's names, and Chaney appears regularly (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census.
Chang 20 From Chinese element. "Smooth, free, unhindered." Chang is common (Top 77%) as a given name, occurring often (Top 1%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Chanse.
Channing▲ [Chann, Channe, Channon, .. 3 more] 22 Origin fr. English, Old French words. "Young wolf; official of the church." The forms Chann, Channe, Channing and Channon are irregularly used as men's names, and Channing appears often (Top 50%) as a surname according to the US Census. ..
Chantrey [Chantry] 24 Origin fr. Old French word. "Singing." The variations Chantrey and Chantry are uncommonly used masculine names, and Chantry appears regularly (Top 46%) as a surname in the US Census.
Chaplin [Chaplain, Chaplinn, Chappelin] 26 From Middle English element. "Secretary." The variant forms Chaplain, Chaplin, Chaplinn and Chappelin are atypical male names, and Chaplin occurs commonly (Top 6%) as a last name according to the US Census.
Chapman [Chap, Chappy, .. 1 more] 27 Source fr. Old English word. "Peddler, trader." The variant forms Chap, Chapman and Chappy are scantly used masculine names, and Chapman occurs often (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census.
Chappel [Chappell, Chaps, .. 4 more] 28 From Old English element. "One who works at the chapel." The variations Chappel, Chappell and Chaps are scarcely used as male names. Chappel (Top 12%) and Chappell (1%) appear frequently as last names in the US Census.
Charles [Chad▼, Charleson, Charley▼, Charlie▲, Charlot, Charls, Charlton, Charly, Chas, Chaz▼, .. 17 more] 29 Source fr. Old German. "Free man." The variant forms Chad (Top 10%), Charles (1%), Charley (60%), Charlie (16%) and Chas (88%) are commonplace masculine names, while the other names are infrequently used comparatively. Chad (Top 54%), Charles (1%), Charley (8%), Charlie (12%), Charlot (28%) and Charlton (4%) appear often as surnames in the US Census. ..
Charlie▲ [Charly] 30 From Old German element. "Free man." The variation Charlie is a common (Top 16%) male name, while Charly is rare comparatively, and Charlie occurs frequently (Top 12%) as a last name according to the US Census. ..
Charlton [Charleston, Charleton, .. 2 more] 31 Based on Old English element. "Free peasant's settlement." The variant forms Charleston, Charleton and Charlton are unusual masculine names. Charleston (Top 14%), Charleton (98%) and Charlton (4%) appear frequently as last names according to the US Census. ..
Charro 32 Origin fr. Spanish word. Nickname for a cowboy .. A scarce given name. See also Chairo.
Chauncey▼ [Chance▲, Chancey, Chauncy, Chaunsey, Chaunsy, Chawncey] 34 Origin fr. Middle English word. American coinage from a New England .. The variant form Chance has risen in popularity as a boys' name over time since 1880-1889.
Chaviv 35 Based on Hebrew language. "Loved one." Seldom used as a baby name. ..
[Chane, Chaney, Chayne, .. 1 more] Var. of Cheyne 38 Origin fr. French word. "Oak-hearted." The variations Chane, Chaney and Chayne are atypical as men's names, and Chaney occurs regularly (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census.
[Chanoch, .. 2 more] Var. of Enoch 39 Source fr. Hebrew word. "Experienced, profound." Unique as a birth name for males. See also Channoch.
Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for Cha- names for boys.
[Carlton - Enoch]
Carlton [Charlton], Carpenter [Charpentier], Chad [Chadwick, ..], Chadwick [Chadwyck], Chai, Chaim [Chayyim], Chairo, Chalkley [Chalklie], Chalmers [Chambers], Chamberlain [Chambers, ..], Champ, Champion [Champeon], Chan [Chayo], Chanan, Chance [Chauncy, ..], Chancellor [Chaunce, ..], Chand [Chandan], Chandler, Chaney [Chany], Chang, Chaniel [Chanyel], Channing [Channon, ..], Chanoch [Chanok], Chantrey [Chantry], Chaparral [Chaparall], Chaplin [Chappelin, ..], Chapman [Chappy], Chappel [Chaps], Charles [Chaz, ..], Charlie [Charly], Charlton [Charleton], Charro, Chase [Chayse, ..], Chauncey [Chawncey, ..], Chaviv, Chaz [Chazz], Cheyenne [Chayann], Cheyne [Chayne, ..], Enoch [Chanoch]