Girl Names That Start With C

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If you’re looking for a baby girl’s name starting with the letter C, we want to help you in your search for the perfect baby name. From Cadrien to Cynthia, we have curated a list of beautiful girl names, starting with the letter C and the meanings and origin of each name. Below you’ll find both popular rare girl names starting with C.

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Cadence

Latin origin, meaning: Rhythm, beat

 

Cadrien

Modern invented name

 

Caia

Latin origin, meaning: To rejoice

 

Cailin

Gaelic origin, meaning: Lass or girl

 

Cailyn

Gaelic origin, meaning: Lass

 

Caitlin

Irish origin, meaning: Pure

 

Caitriona

Scottish origin, meaning: Pure

 

Calais

Greek origin, meaning: Changing color

 

Calandra

Greek origin, meaning: Singing bird

 

Caleigh

Irish origin, meaning: Slim and fair

 

Calista

Latin origin, meaning: Fairest, most beautiful

 

Calla

Greek origin, meaning: Beauty

 

Callaia

Modern invented name

 

Callen

Scottish origin, meaning: Rock

 

Callidora

Greek origin, meaning: Gift of beauty

 

Callie

Greek origin, meaning: Beautiful

 

Calliope

Greek origin, meaning: Beautiful voice

 

Calluna

Latin origin, meaning: Common heather

 

Calypso

Greek origin, meaning: She who hides

 

Camari

Invented name

 

Camberlie

Invented name

 

Cambrie

Latin origin, meaning: From Wales

 

Cambria

Latin origin, meaning: Wales

 

Cambrielle

Invented name that is a combination of the names Cameron and Brielle.

 

Camden

Scottish origin, meaning: Winding valley

 

Cameryn

Scottish and Gaelic origin, meaning: Crooked nose

 

Camilla

Latin origin, meaning: Young ceremonial acolyte

 

Camille

French origin, meaning: Acolyte

 

Camora

Invented name

 

Campbell

Scottish and Irish origin, meaning: Crooked mouth

 

Camryn

Scottish origin, meaning: Crooked nose

 

Candace

Latin origin, meaning: White, pure, sincere

 

Candice

Latin origin, meaning: White, pure, sincere

 

Cantarah

Arabic origin, meaning: Little bridge

 

Cantrelle

French origin, meaning: Song

 

Capri

Italian origin, meaning: Place name, an Italian island

 

Capria

Italian origin, meaning: Capstan, windlass

 

Caprice

French origin, meaning: Whimsical

 

Capucine

French origin, meaning: Cowl

 

Cara

Gaelic origin, meaning: Friend

 

Carianna

Invented name that is a combination of the names Carrie and Anna.

 

Carice

Dutch origin, meaning: Grace, kindness

 

Carina

Latin origin, meaning: Beloved

 

Carlie

American, English origin, meaning: Free man

 

Carlyle

English origin, meaning: Fort settlement

 

Carole

English origin, meaning: Free man

 

Carolyn

English origin, meaning: Free man

 

Carmen

Spanish origin, meaning: Garden

 

Caroline

French origin, meaning: Freeman

 

Carsyn

Scottish and Irish origin, meaning: Son of the marsh dwellers

 

Carter

English origin, meaning: Cart transporter

 

Carys

Welsh origin, meaning: Love

 

Casey

Irish Gaelic origin, meaning: Vigilant, watchful

 

Cassandra

Greek origin, meaning: Prophetess

 

Cassia

Greek origin, meaning: Cinnamon

 

Cassidy

Irish origin, meaning: Curly-haired

 

Cassie

Greek origin, meaning: Prophetess

 

Cataleya

English origin, meaning: Cattley’s flower

 

Catalina

Spanish origin, meaning: Pure

 

Caterina

Italian origin, meaning: Pure

 

Catherine

Greek origin, meaning: Pure

 

Caydence

English origin, meaning: Rhythm, flow

 

Cecilia

Latin origin, meaning: Blind

 

Cedar

English origin, meaning: Tree name

 

Celeste

Latin origin, meaning: Heavenly or celestial

 

Celestia

Latin origin, meaning: Heaven

 

Celestina

Italian, French, Spanish origin, meaning: Heavenly

 

Celia

Latin origin, meaning: Heavenly

 

Celine

Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and French origin, meaning: Heavenly

 

Cerise

French origin, meaning: Cherry

 

Chana

Hebrew origin, meaning: Gracious

 

Chandler

French origin, meaning: Candlemaker

 

Chandra

Sanskrit origin, meaning: Moon

 

Chantal

French origin, meaning: Stone

 

Chara

Greek origin, meaning: Happiness, joy

 

Charis

Greek origin, meaning: Grace

 

Charleigh

A spelling variation of Charlie, meaning: Free man

 

Charlize

A feminization of Charles, meaning: Free man

 

Charlotte

French origin, meaning: Freeman

 

Chaya

Hebrew origin, meaning: Life

 

Chelsea

English origin, meaning: Port for chalk or limestone

 

Cher

French origin, meaning: Dear

 

Cheyenne

Native American Sioux origin, meaning: Strangely speaking

 

Chiara

Italian origin, meaning: Light, clear

 

Chloe

Greek origin, meaning: Blooming or fertility

 

Christina

Greek origin, meaning: A Christian

 

Christine

French origin, meaning: Christian

 

Cindy

Greek origin, meaning: Woman from Mount Kynthos

 

Circe

Greek origin, meaning: Bird

 

Claire

French origin, meaning: Clear, bright

 

Clara

Latin origin, meaning: Clear or bright

 

Clare

Latin origin, meaning: Bright, clear

 

Clarissa

Latin origin, meaning: Bright, clear

 

Clarity

American origin, meaning: Clear, coherent

 

Claudia

Latin origin, meaning: Enclosure

 

Clelia

Latin origin, meaning: Famous

 

Clementine

Latin origin, meaning: Mild, merciful

 

Cleo

Greek origin, meaning: Glory

 

Clove

English origin, meaning: Spice name

 

Colette

Old French origin, meaning: Victorious

 

Colleen

Irish origin, meaning: Girl

 

Collins

Irish origin, meaning: Swarthy, dark

 

Connie

English origin, meaning: Steadfast

 

Constance

English origin, meaning: Constant, steadfast

 

Cora

Greek origin, meaning: Girl, maiden, daughter

 

Coraline

Literary name, a diminutive of Caroline, derived from Karl meaning, “free man.”

 

Cordelia

Latin origin, meaning: Heart

 

Corinna

Greek origin, meaning: Maiden

 

Corinne

French and English origin, meaning: Beautiful maiden

 

Cosette

French origin, meaning: Little thing

 

Cosima

Italian origin, meaning: Order, beauty

 

Cressida

Greek origin, meaning: Gold

 

Crimson

English origin, meaning: Color name

 

Cynthia

Greek origin, meaning: From Mount Cynthus

 

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