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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
101 Cadwy Welsh Legendary son of Gereint. M
102 Cadyryeith Welsh Well spoken. M

103 Caecelius Latin Blind. M
104 Caecilius Roman Original masculine form of Cecilia M
105 Caedmon Anglo-Saxon Poet. M
106 Caedmon African Warrior M
107 Caedon English Battle M
108 Caedus Latin Killing M
109 Caedwalla Anglo-Saxon Name of a king. M
110 Cael African Slim M
111 Caelan Gaelic Contemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'. M
112 Caelan Irish Powerful warrior. M
113 Caelan African Thin M

114 Caelian Dutch English form of Caelianus M
115 Caelifer Roman to carry M
116 Caelin Irish Variant of Caelan: Powerful warrior. M
117 Caelius Roman Roman family name that was derived from Latin caelum meaning M
118 Caelus Roman the heavens M
119 Caer-Llion Welsh From Caerleon. M
120 Caerau Welsh From the castle. M
121 Caerleon ArthurianLegend Name of a battle site. M
122 Caersewiella English Lives at the watercress spring. M
123 Caerwyn Welsh White fortress. M
124 Caerwyn Celtic White, Fair M
125 Caesar Danish Long hair. M
126 Caesar Latin The family name of Roman dictator Gaius Julias Caesar. Its origin is uncertain:, but may come from 'caesaries' meaning hair, or 'caesius' meaning 'bluish-grey, or 'caedere' meaning to cut, perhaps referring to his birth by Caesarean section. M
127 Caesar Shakespearean Antony and Cleopatra'. Octavius Caesar, Roman triumvir. 'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' Julius Caesar, Roman statesman and general. M
128 Caesar Swedish Long hair. M
129 Caesar African Head full of hair M
130 Caesar Roman From a Roman cognomen that possibly meant "hairy M
131 Caesare Greek Long haired. M
132 Caesarion Roman Which in Turn Was a Hellenized Form of Caesar M
133 Caesonius Roman Roman Family Name That Was Derived From The Praenomen Caeso M
134 Caetano African From Gaeta M
135 Caetano Portuguese Portuguese form of Gaetano M
136 Caewyn Welsh White, Fair M
137 Caezar Latin Variant of Caesar: Hairy. M
138 Cafall ArthurianLegend Arthur's dog. M
139 Cafer Turkish Turkish form of Jafer M
140 Caffar Irish Helmet. M
141 Cafiero Italian Infidel M
142 Caflice Anglo-Saxon Brave. M
143 Cafu Portuguese Diminutive of Cafu M
144 Cagan Turkish Fiesta, Good Things M
145 Cagatay Turkish Unknown M
146 Caglar Turkish Waterfall, Cascade M
147 Cagney Irish Surname. M
148 Cahal Celtic Strong in battle. M
149 Cahal Irish Variant of Cathall: Ready for war. M
150 Cahal Irish Anglicized form of Cathal M
151 Cahir Irish Warrior. M
152 Cahir Celtic Anglicized Form of Cathair M
153 Cai ArthurianLegend Arthur's brother. M
154 Cai English Diminutive of Caius: A variant of Gaius; which is a more common form of the name in Britain. Famous bearer: Cambridge's Caius College is named after its founder, John Caius. M
155 Cai Welsh A diminutive of Cajus, frequently used as an independent name in Wales. Rejoicer. M
156 Cai Swedish Variant of kai M
157 Cai Chinese Fortune M
158 Cai Danish Variant of Kai M
159 Caibre Celtic Charioteer M
160 Caike Portuguese Variant of Caique M
161 Cailean Gaelic Young dog, or child. Scottish Gaelic. M
162 Cailean Scottish Triumphant in battle; triumphant in war; virile. Contemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'. M
163 Cailean African A dove M
164 Cailen Gaelic Child. M
165 Cailin Scottish Contemporary variant of Cailean 'Child.'. M
166 Caillen Gaelic Child. M
167 Caillen Scottish Virile. M
168 Cailte Celtic Slender M
169 Cailte Irish Older form of Caoilte M
170 Cailum Scottish Variant of Callum M
171 Caim Portuguese Portuguese form of Cain M
172 Caimheul Gaelic Crooked mouth. M
173 Caimin Irish Intelligence M
174 Cain Hebrew Spear; possessed. In the Bible Cain was the first murderer having killed his brother Abel in a fit of jealousy. M
175 Cain Irish Archaic. M
176 Cain Welsh Clear water. M
177 Cain African Brought in M
178 Cain Latin Acquired M
179 Cain Spanish Spanish form of Cain M
180 Cain Biblical Acquired M
181 Cain French French form of Cain M
182 Cainan Latin Variant of Kenan M
183 Cainan Biblical Variant of Kenan M
184 Caindale English From the clear river valley. M
185 Caine Celtic Variant of Cain M
186 Caine English Place name unrelated to the Biblical Cain. M
187 Caine French Place name unrelated to the Biblical Cain. M
188 Caine Irish Variant of Kane M
189 Caingneach Celtic Pleader, Advocate M
190 Cainneach Celtic Irish Form of Coinneach M
191 Caino Italian Italian form of Cain M
192 Caio Celtic Diminutive of Cai M
193 Caio Welsh Variant of Cai: Joy. M
194 Caio Italian Italian form of Gaius M
195 Caio Portuguese Portuguese and Italian form of Gaius M
196 Caio Welsh Diminutive of Cai M
197 Caiphas Biblical He that seeks with diligence; one that vomiteth M
198 Caique NativeAmerican Aquatic Bird M
199 Caique Portuguese Diminutive of Carlos M
200 Cairbbre Irish Charioteer M
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