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Boy Names Starting with Cor-

Cor- baby names and what they mean, with 25 results. Usage of these boy names was at its most widespread 3 decades ago (USAGE OF 0.8%) and is now significantly lower (USAGE 0.1%, 80%), with names like Corey becoming less in vogue. Corbin (#277) is the most fashionable birth name in this list, while Core (TOP 5%) and Corder (3%) are common Cor- last names. Here is the list of Cor- names for girls.

Cor- names

Corbett - Cortland | Cortney - Corydon

Corbett - Cortland

Corbett and variants

Corbett1, var. Corby1, Corbet1
Stems fr. Norman French element. "Young crow." Popular as last names. Compare Corbett (TOP 1%) and common -tt surnames Catrett (TOP 28%), Crommett (49%).

Corbin and variants

Corbin, var. Cory1, Corvin, Corbyn, Corby2, Corbitt, Corbie, Corbit, Corbett2, Corbet2, Corben
.. Variants are English surnames used as .. Corbin is a contemporarily stylish form.

Derived fr. Latin word. "Crow, raven." Corbinian is rarely used as a male name.

Corcoran, var. Cork1
Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Ruddy." Rare, with the androgynous -an ending for Corcoran, like Cronan.

Cordell and variants

Cordell, var. Cordelle, Corday, Cordas, Cordale, Cord1
Based on English, Old French words. "Cord maker." Uncommon, with usage of 0.005% for Cordell and variants as birth names in 2018, less than 0.007% the previous year.

Cordero and variants

Cordero, var. Cord2
Source fr. Spanish word. "Lamb." Cordero and Cord are infrequently used as male names.

Corey and variants

Corey, var. Cory2, Corry, Corrie, Corrick, Correy, Corie, Corley1, Coreonte, Coree, Cor
From Old Norse element. .. Of uncertain meaning. Corey and variants became less trendy last year, falling on average -12 positions as baby names with Cory leading the decline.

Corin, var. Corrin, Coren
Based on Latin language. "Spear." Cobin is a marginally favored baby name.

Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Swamp, marsh." Cord (TOP 16%), Coro (34%) are popular last names. See also Cort.

Corliss, var. Corley2, Corless
Derived fr. Old English language. "Benevolent, cheery." Not in Top 2000.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cor- names: Corben, Corbett, Corbin, Corby, Corbyn

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cor- names: Cord, Cordell, Cordero, Corey, Corie

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cor- names: Cormac, Cornel, Cornelious, Cornelius, Cornell

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cor- names: Correy, Corrie, Corry, Cort, Cortez

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cor- names: Cortland, Cory

Cormac and variants

Cormac1, var. Cormick1, Cormack1
From Irish, Gaelic word. "Impure son." Adoption of Cormack and variants was expansive less than a decade ago and is lower today.

Cormick2, var. Cormic, Cormack2, Cormac2
Derived fr. Gaelic. "Chariot driver." Cormac, Cormic, etc. are barely found as first names, and Cormack is found frequently (UPPER 14%) as a last name.

Cornelius and variants

Cornelius, var. Cornilius, Corney1, Cornelus, Cornell1, Cornelious, Corneille, Cornelio, Cornel1, Cornall1
Source fr. Latin element. "Horn." Cornall, Corneille, Cornelio, Cornelus and Corney are more unique as birth names among the variations of Cornelius.

Cornell and variants

Cornell2, var. Corney2, Cornel2, Cornall2
Stems fr. French word. .. In modern use, it usually represents .. Cornel and Cornell are more prevalent as boys' names among these versions.

From Old English word. "Man from Cornwall." Cornwallis is not a Top 2000 name.

Conrad and variants

Cort1, Corrado
Var. of Conrad. Origin fr. Old German. "Brave, bold ruler or counsel." Less popular today. Cort was the version last appearing (2000) in the Top 2000.

Source fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Spear." Unusual. Corridon, similar to Caidon, has the unusual androgynous-sounding -don ending. See also Coridon.

Cort and variants

Cort2, var. Corty, Cortland1
Derivative of English, Old German. "Courtier, court attendant; brave." Cort, Cortland and Corty are hardly found as male names.

Cortez and variants

Cortez, var. Cortes
Root fr. Spanish word. "Courteous." Cortes is novel as a birth name among the variant forms of Cortez.

Courtland and variants

Cortlandt, Cortland2
Forms of Courtland. Source fr. Old English word. "Land of the court." Cortland and Cortlandt are intermittently used men's names.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Cor- names for boys.

1. Corbett - Cortland
Corbett [Corby, Corbet], Corbin [Cory, Corby, Corvin, Corbyn, Corbit, Corbie, Corbitt, Corbett, ..], Corbinian, Corcoran [Cork], Cordell [Cord, Cordas, Corday, Cordale, Cordelle], Cordero [Cord], Corey [Cory, Corry, Corie, Corrie, Correy, Corley, Corrick, Coreonte, ..], Corin [Coren, Corrin], Cork, Corliss [Corley, Corless], Cormac [Cormick, Cormack], Cormick [Cormic, Cormac, Cormack], Cornelius [Corney, Cornel, Cornell, Cornelus, Cornelio, Cornilius, Corneille, Cornelious, ..], Cornell [Corney, Cornel, Cornall], Cornwallis, Conrad [Cort, Corrado], Corridon, Cort [Corty, Cortland], Cortez [Cortes], Courtland [Cortland, Cortlandt]

Courtney [Cortney], Corvin, Corwin [Corwyn, Corwan, Corwynn, Corwinn], Cory [Corey], Corydon [Coryell, Coryden, Coridon]

Usage comparison for Cor- names