From Cadence to Cym, there are hundreds of creative and classic baby girls names that start with the letter C.
Chloe is one of those lovely European-sounding names that is at an all-time popularity high. Of Greek origin, Chloe is another... Read More
Charlotte is the feminine form of Charles and the name of many Queens in history, including wife of King George III of England... Read More
The French version of the Latin name Clara, Claire is a newly fashionable name for girls. Oddly enough, it's also the name... Read More
The name Caroline posesses royal connotations, what with the Prince of Camelot, JFK, naming his daughter Caroline, and Caroline... Read More
A traditional female name having variations in many languages and used since the third century A.D., Catherine is a timeless... Read More
If your sweet little Cassandra tells you something, you better listen, and listen good. In Homer's epic poem The Iliad, King... Read More
Courtney was in cahoots with the Brittany's and Jessica's of the world to rule the 80s and 90s. And like her sisters-in-crime... Read More
Greek: Woman from Cynthos; Cynthia was a name of the mythological moon goddess Artemis, referring to her birth on Mount Cynthos...
Greek: Christian, follower of Christ; feminine form of Christian
English: Seaport; The word itself is derived from an Old English expression meaning landing place for limestone, which likely refers...
Christine, the French variation of Christina, was almost so overused in its prime that its gone into a well-earned hibernation... Read More
French: Heavenly; from the Latin name Celestia
Greek: Ice; a brilliant clear glass of high quality
Latin: Dim-sighted, blind; Saint Cecilia, the patron saint of music, was blind and a talented musician.
Greek: Familiar form of Acacia
Irish: Pure, innocent; variant of Catherine
Carmen is beautiful, exotic and lyrical. It's also the name of the heroine in Bizet's opera, Carmen, based on a short novel... Read More
Latin: Purity; a virtue name
English: Familiar form of Cynthia and Lucinda
Greek: Maiden, from the coral of the sea
English: Familar variant of Carol, Carla, and Caroline
Irish: Clever or curly-headed
Gaelic: Melody, song; feminine form of Carl
English: Familiar form of Cassandra, Cassiopeia, Cassidy, and similar names
Arabic: Perfect, complete; feminine variant of Kamal, which means completion