Carlton - Chai
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[Charlton, .. 3 more] Var. of Carlton 1 Root 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 Charlot.
[Charpentier] Var. of Carpenter 2 Derivative of 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 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 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 Derived 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 Stems fr. 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 Cai.
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]