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Unisex Names That Start With C

C is for cute, creative, and compelling baby names for boys and girls! Need to find one that has unisex appeal? Check out our list of names that begin with the letter C for your little baby-to-be!

Cacey

Irish Origin

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Cacey

Irish: Vigilant; spelling variation of Casey

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Caelan

Gaelic Origin

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Callaghan

Irish: Strife

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Callahan

Irish Origin

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Camden

Scottish: From the winding valley; a surname adapted to first name use, and a place name of a section of London.

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Camden

Scottish: From the winding valley; a surname adapted to first name use, and a place name of a section of London.

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Cameron

Cameron is the name of a great Highland clan that means (you guessed it) "crooked nose", which, as everyone knows, adds character... Read More

Cameron

Cameron is the name of a great Highland clan that means "crooked nose," which, as everyone knows, adds character. Despite... Read More

Campbell

Gaelic: Crooked mouth; name of a famous Highland clan

Scottish Origin

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Campbell

Scottish: Crooked mouth; name of a famous Highland clan

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Canan

Turkish: Beloved

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Canan

Turkish: Beloved

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Carey

Celtic: Near the castle

Irish: Near the castle

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Carlin

Gaelic: Little champion

Irish: Little champion

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Carlin

Irish: Little champion

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Carling

Gaelic: Little champion

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Carling

Gaelic: Little champion

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Carly

Gaelic: Little champion

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Carly

Teutonic Origin

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Carol

English Origin

Gaelic: Melody, song; feminine form of Carl

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Carrington

Celtic Origin

English: Origin is not entirely clear, but it refers to a town, possibly Charles'' town; English surname

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Carrington

English: Origin is not entirely clear, but it refers to a town; English surname

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Carson

English: son of the marsh-dweller

Scottish Origin

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Carson

English: Child of Carr; a name originally for boys, now used for both genders

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Casey

Gaelic Origin

Greek: Familiar form of Acacia

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Cassidy

Gaelic Origin

Irish: Clever or curly-headed

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Cassidy

Gaelic Origin

Irish: Clever or curly-headed

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Cath

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Ceallach

Gaelic: Strife

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