Cool C's

As I've done previously with A's and B's, here's a list of some of my favourite names beginning with the letter C. - Created by Stace92x

  • Caitlin

    The most authentic spelling of the name, one of the loveliest variations of Catherine, meaning "pure".

  • Callum

    More popular in the UK, a nice alternative to the more classic names, meaning "dove".

  • Calvin

    A slightly quirky but cosy name.

  • Cameron

    A popular Scottish name, with a good-looking, sensitive aura.

  • Camilla

    British version of the spelling, elegant royal name.

  • Caoimhe

    Pronounced Kee-va, a pretty and distinctive Gaelic name. Has a few positive meanings; beautiful, precious, beloved, gentle, and graceful.

  • Cara

    A simple, sweet, Italian name, meaning "friend".

  • Carina

    A pretty feminissima name, meaning "dear little one".

  • Carissa

    A Greek name meaning "grace".

  • Carlos

    Spanish version of Charles.

  • Carly

    Feminine form of Carl, could be considered fashionable.

  • Carolina

    Languid, romantic, and classy variation of Caroline and modernized version of Carol.

  • Caroline

    A perennial classic that has been in the top 100 since 1994.

  • Caterina

    Puts an elegant Italian twist on the classic Katherine.

  • Catherine

    One of the oldest and most consistently well-used female names, with endless variations and nicknames. Means "pure".

  • Cayden

    One of the popular made up names.

  • Caylee

    Softer spelling of the wildly trendy Kaylee.

  • Celeste

    Softly pretty and somewhat quaint name, meaning "heavenly".

  • Celestia

    Variation of Celeste, a distinctive, feminine choice meaning "heavenly".

  • Cerelia

    A melodic and unusual choice, relating to springtime.

  • Charlie

    One of the friendliest names that is gaining popularity more and more these days, meaning "free man".

  • Charlotte

    An elegant royal name, appeals to a wide range of parents because of it's feminine yet grownup sound.

  • Chase

    Well used in the past decade and has a sleek and ultraprosperous aura.

  • Chelsea

    Much more popular a few decades ago but is still being used.

  • Chloe

    A lovely, romantic, Greek name.

  • Christian

    Been firmly planted in the Top 25 since 1996.

  • Christiana

    Graceful and feminine.

  • Christina

    A pretty and feminine classic that will never go out of style.

  • Christopher

    Classic name with an appealingly strong, sincere, straightforward image, combined with a softer, more modern sound.

  • Cian

    Key-an. Popular handsome boys' name in Ireland.

  • Ciara

    A pretty, popular Irish name.

  • Ciaran

    Extremely popular in Ireland and also well used in England, an all-around attractive name.

  • Claire

    A name that will never been seen as trendy, French spelling of the name. Combines historical depth with a modern edge and is feminine but not frilly.

  • Clara

    Stylish name which was just as popular back in the 1880's, meaning "bright".

  • Clarissa

    Daintier version of Claire, meaning "bright".

  • Cody

    Means "helpful".

  • Colin

    Enjoyed a long run of popularity.

  • Connor

    An appealing Irish name.

  • Cora

    A lovely, old-fashioned name. Had it's ups and downs, meaning "maiden".

  • Coralie

    Popular French name.

  • Coraline

    A more distinctive a mysterious version of Caroline.

  • Cordelia

    An old-fashioned, grown up name that has style and substance.

  • Corey

    Middle-aged Irish name.

  • Corinna

    Delicate and gentle name, meaning "maiden".

  • Courtney

    Less popular these days than back in the 1990's.

  • Craig

    Still popular in its native Scotland.

  • Cressida

    A pretty mythological name, meaning "gold".

  • Crystal

    Still used but doesn't have as much sparkle as it once had.