Carlton - Chai
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[Charlton, .. 3 more] Var. of Carlton 1 Root fr. Old English word. "Free peasant settlement." The form Charlton is a rarely occurring masculine name, and it occurs regularly (Top 4%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Charleton.
[Charpentier] Var. of Carpenter 2 Derivative of Latin language. "Carriage maker." Rarely used as a name for babies, Charpentier exists more frequently as a surname.
Chad▼ [Chaddie, Chadd, Chadric, Chadrick, Chadwick▼] 3 Stems fr. Old English element. Modern spelling of the medieval given name Ceadda, borne by a seventh-century saint who was Archbishop of York .. The variant forms Chad (Top 10%) and Chadwick (66%) are familiar male names, while the other names are unusual comparatively. Chad (Top 54%), Chadd (27%) and Chadwick (2%) occur frequently as last names in the US Census.
Chadwick▼ [Chadwyck] 4 Derived fr. Old English word. "Dairy farm of Ceadda." The form Chadwick is common (Top 66%) as a male name, while Chadwyck is uncommon comparatively, and Chadwick appears frequently (Top 2%) as a last name in the US Census. ..
Chai 5 Stems fr. Hebrew element. "Living, vital." The version Chai is uncommonly used as a first name, appearing frequently (Top 18%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Shai.
Summary of all names grouped by variations for Cha- names for boys.
[Carlton - Chai]
Carlton [Charlton], Carpenter [Charpentier], Chad [Chadrick, Chadwick, ..], Chadwick [Chadwyck], Chai
[Chaim - Chance]
Chaim [Chayim, Chayyim], Chairo, Chalkley [Chalklea, Chalklie], Chalmers [Chalmer, Chambers], Chamberlain [Chambers, Chamberlin], Champ, Champion [Champ, Champeon], Chan [Chano, Chayo], Chanan, Chance [Chauncy, Chauncey, ..]
[Chancellor - Chaparral]
Chancellor [Chaunce, Chansellor, ..], Chand [Chandak, Chandan], Chandler, Chaney [Chany, Chalney], Chang, Chaniel [Chanyel], Channing [Channe, Channon], Chanoch [Chanok, Channoch], Chantrey [Chantry], Chaparral [Chaparall]
[Chaplin - Chaviv]
Chaplin [Chaplinn, Chappelin], Chapman [Chap, Chappy], Chappel [Chaps, Chappell], Charles [Chas, Chaz, ..], Charlie [Charly], Charlton [Charleton, Charleston], Charro, Chase [Chayce, Chayse, ..], Chauncey [Chaunsy, Chawncey, ..], Chaviv
[Chaz - Enoch]
Chaz [Chas, Chazz], Cheyenne [Chayan, Chayann], Cheyne [Chaney, Chayne], Enoch [Chanoch]