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GIRLS NAMES ~ MEANINGS ~ ORIGINS
CAMILLE, CAMILA, CAMILLA, CAMELLIA: Greek and Latin name meaning "assistant in religious ceremonies" or "attendant at a sacrifice." Variants and diminutives include Camille, Cam, Cammie, Millie, and Milly.

CANDACE: Latin name meaning "brilliantly white."  Variant, Candice, exists.  Diminutives include Caddy and Candy.

CANDIDA: Latin name meaning "white."  Variants and diminutives include Blanche, Candie and Candy.

CANDY: Diminutive Candace, "brilliantly white," and Candida, "white."  Variant, Candi, exists.

CARA: Gaelic name meaning "friend" or "dear one." Also a Vietnamese name meaning "precious jewel."

CARLI, CARLY, CARLITA, CARLA, CARLINA, KARLA: Teutonic pet name for Caroline, "little womanly one." Also feminine form of Charles, "manly."

CARMEL:  From Biblical place name meaning "vineyard; garden; fruitful field."  Variants include Carmelina, Carmelita, and Carmencita.

CARMEN: Spanish form of Carmel, "garden."  Also derived from Latin word meaning "song."

CAROL: A variant of Caroline or Carolina, "manly."  Some variants are Carola, Carole, Carroll, and Caryl.

CAROLINE: Feminine diminutive of Carl and Charles, "manly."  Variants include Carolyn, and Carolyne. Diminutives are Carrie and Lynn.

CARON: Welsh name meaning "to love."

CARRIE: A diminutive of Caroline, "manly."  Variants, Carri and Carry, exist.  Also used to form compound names such as Carrie-Ann.

CASSANDRA: From Greek name meaning "ensnaring men." Diminutives include Cass, Cassie, Cassy, and Sandra.

CATHERINE: Greek name meaning either "pure." Variants include Caitlin, Catarina, Catharine, Cathleen, Catrina, Catriona, Karen, Katarina, Katharine, Katherine, Kathleen, Kathryn, and Katrina.  Diminutives include Cathy, Kate, Kathy, Kay, and Kitty.

CECILIA, CECELIA, CECILE, CECILY, CELIA: Feminine form of Cecil. A Latin name meaning "blind one." Also, St. Cecilia is the patron saint of music, therefore, "musical." Diminutive, Sissy, exists.

CELESTA, CELESTE, CELESTINA, CELESTINE: Latin name meaning "heavenly."

CERI: Welsh name meaning "to love."

CERIDWEN: Welsh name meaning "poetic goddess," or "beautiful enough for poetry."

CHANDRA: Hindi "moon."

CHANTAL: French name meaning "stone" or "rocky place."

CHARITY:  Latin name meaning "brotherly love."  From the three Christian virtues.  Diminutive, Cherry, exists.

CHARLENE, CHARLEEN, CHARLINE, CHARLEY, CHARLIE, CHARLY: Feminine form of Charles, "manly."

CHARLOTTE: French form of Charles, "manly."  Variants and diminutives include Charley, Charlie, Charlene, Lottie, Lotty, Tottie, and Totty.

CHARMAINE, CHARMAIN, CHARMA, SHARMAIN, SHARMAINE: Greek name meaning "joy; delight."

CHARMIAN: Greek name meaning "joy." Sometimes confused with Charmaine.

CHER: French name meaning "dear."

CHERIE: French name meaning "dear one." Variants include Sheree, Sheri, Sherie, and Sherry.

CHERRY: Old French name, "cherry."  Also a diminutive of Charity, "brotherly love; a cardinal virtue."

CHERYL: "Woman."  A form of Charlotte, the feminine form of Charles.  Variants include Cheryll, Cherill, Sheryl, Sherill, Cherilyn, Cherrylyn, and Sherilyn.

CHLOE: Biblical name meaning "young green shoot." Diminutive, Clo, exists.

CHRIS: Diminutive of Christine, "anointed."  Diminutive is Chrissie.

CHRISTABEL: Compound name consisting of "Christ" and Latin Bella, meaning "fair follower of Christ." Variants include Christabella, and Christobel.  Diminutives, Chris, Christie, Bella, and Belle, exist.

CHRISTABELLA: see Christabel.

CHRISTIANA: Feminine form of Christian, "follower of Christ."  Diminutives are Chris and Christie.

CHRISTIE: see Christabel and Christiana.

CHRISTINA: Shortened form of Christiana, "anointed."  Some variants and diminutives include Chris, Chrissy, Kirsty, Krissy and Tina.

CHRISTINE: French form of Christina, "anointed."  Some variants and diminutives include Chrissy, Krissy, Chris,  Scandinavian, Kirsten, and Scottish, Kirsty.

CICELY: Variant of Cecily, "blind one."

CILLA: A diminutive of Priscilla, "ancient."

CINDY: Diminutive of Cynthia, "goddess from Mount Cynthos," and Lucinda, "light."  Variants include Cyndi, and Sindy.

CISSIE: Diminutive of Cecilia, Cecily, or Cicely, "blind one."  Variants include Cissy and Sissy.

CLAIRE: French form of Latin name Clara, "bright."  Variant, Clair, exists.

CLARA: Latin name meaning "bright."  Variants, Claire and Clair, exist.

CLARE: Latin name meaning "clear," "bright," or "famous."  French variant, Claire, exists.

CLARIBEL: Compound name consisting of Clara, "bright" and Bella, "beautiful."

CLARICE: A variant of Claire, "bright."

CLARINDA: A blend of Clare, "bright; famous," and the ending, -inda.

CLARISSA: Latin form of Clarice, "bright."  Variants include Claris and Clarry.

CLAUDIA, CLAUDETTE, CLAUDINA, CLAUDINE, GLADYS: Feminine form of Claude or Claudius. Latin for "little lame one." Sometimes interpreted as "magnanimous" because Emperor Claudius is said to have treated his captives so well.

CLEMENTINA: Feminine form of Clement, "merciful."  Variant, Clementine, exists.  Diminutives include  Cleo, Clem, Clemmie, and Clemmy.

CLEMENTINE:  A blend of the feminine form of Clement, "merciful" and the French diminutive suffix -ine.

CLEO:  Diminutive of Clementina, Clementine, "merciful," and Cleopatra, "father's glory."

CLEOPATRA:  Greek name meaning "father's glory." Diminutive, Cleo, exists.

CLODAGH: From name of Irish river.  Diminutive is Clo.

COLLEEN: Irish name meaning "girl."  Variants include Coleen and Colene.

CONNIE: Diminutive of Constance, "constant; steadfast."  Diminutive, Con, exists.

CONSTANCE: Latin name meaning "constant; steadfast."  Diminutives include Con and Connie.

CORA, CORALIE, CORENA, CORETTA, CORETTE, CORINNA, CORINNE: Greek name meaning "maiden; girl; daughter."

CORAL: A jewel name.  Variant, Cory, exists.

CORDELIA, CORDY, DELIA: Celtic name meaning "daughter of the sea." Latin, "warm-hearted."

CORNELIA, CORNELLA: Feminine form of Cornelius, "horn."  Latin, "queenly, womanly, enduring."Diminutives include Cornie, Corrie, Nella, and Nellie.

CRYSTAL:  Greek name meaning "ice."  Variant, Chrystal, exists.

CYBILL: see Sybil.

CYNTHIA: Greek name, "goddess from Mount Cynthos."  Byname of Artemis, goddess of the hunt and moon.  Diminutive, Cindy, exists.

 

 

 

 

 

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