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Gender: F Meaning of Candace: "white, pure, sincere" Origin of Candace: Latin

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Candace, an ancient title of a dynasty of Ethiopian queens mentioned in the New Testament, is associated both with actress Candice Bergen and Sex and the City writer Candace Bushnell. Both spellings were most popular in the 1980s, but are rarely used for babies today, perhaps due to the sticky sweetness of nickname Candy.

William Faulkner used the name Candace, shortened to Caddy, as a main character in his 1929 novel The Sound and the Fury.

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Famous People Named Candace

Candace Helaine Cameron-Bure, American actress
Candace Nelson, celebrity baker
Candace Bushnell, author
Candace Parker, American basketball player
Candace Pert, American neuroscientist and pharmacologist
Candace Fleming, American children's author
Candace Hutson, American actress
Candace Hilligloss, American actress
Candace Kita, American actress and model
Candace Camp, American author
Candace Bailey, American actress
Candace Marie Celmer, American actress and singer

Pop Culture References for the Name Candace

Candace "Caddy" Compson - character in "The Sound and The Fury"
Candace Flynn - sister and step-sister to the titular characters in Disney program "Phineas and Ferb"
Candace Kincaid, character in "The List"
Candace "Cannie" Shapiro, character in "Good in Bed"

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