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And these are the names with the letter C


CabernetCabernet Blanc: one of the names used for a blush wine (white wine made from red grapes) produced from Cabernet Sauvignon grapes.
 
Cabrio 
 
Cadillac 
 
Caesar 
 
CagliostroAlessandro Earl of Cagliostro, his civil name was Giuseppe Balsamo (1743-1795) was a famous-infamous Italian alchemist and swindler, who travelled through whole Europe. At least he was found guilty as heretic and died in the prison of San Leo. His disorderly and unscrupulous wife Lorenza Feliciani was banned to a monestary. Johann Strauß, son, composed in 1875 the operetta Cagliostro.
 
CalatheaCalathea is a genus of plants belonging to the family Marantaceae, native to tropical America.
 
CalècheFrench word for calash: A light carriage with two or four low wheels and a collapsible top.
 
CalibosCalibos is a fictional character from the film Clash of the Titans, produced by MGM and released in 1981. Although the film is based on many elements from the Greek Mythology, Calibos is not a real figure of any of the Greek myths. It is said that Calibos is based on Caliban from "The Tempest" by William Shakespeare.
 
CalimeroCalimero is a charming Italian anthropomorphized cartoon chicken; the only black one in a family of yellow chickens. He wears half of his egg shell still on his head. The cartoon was created by Toni Pagot, who died 2001 at the age of 80, and mostly consists of Calimero's and his friends' many adventures, as they solve mysteries and make documentaries.
 
Calla 
 
CallasItalian opera singer
 
CallgirlIs a prostitute, who arranges her engagements with her lovers by telephone and meets them in an apartment.
 
Callisia, CalisiaCalisia was a station on so-called "Amber Road" in the north of the limes, mentioned by Ptolemy, formerly universally identified with Kalisz in Poland, but in newer researches also identified with Dacian as Setidava in Slovakia.
 
CalpurniaCalpurnia is the female form of the fRoman family name Calpurnius. The most well-known female was Calpurnia, the daughter of the Roman senator and consul Lucius Calpurnius Piso in 58 a.C. In April 59 a.C. she became the third (and last) wife of Gaius Iulius Caesar.
 
Calvados 
 
Calvinderived from English from the Latin word calvus=bare head, French monk=founder of Calvinism
 
Calypso 
 
Calzedon 
 
Camassia 
 
CamillaLatin: altar-maid
 
Camille 
 
Camillo 
 
Camomilla 
 
Campanula 
 
Campari 
 
Can Can 
 
Candida 
 
Candide 
 
Candy 
 
Canzonetta 
 
Capriccio 
 
Capriole 
 
CaraItalian: dear, precious
 
Caramelle 
 
Carat 
 
Cardin 
 
CarinaItalian: nice
 
Carita 
 
Carlina 
 
CarloItalian form of Charles
 
CarlottaItalian form of Charlotte
 
CarmelaSpanish form for Carmen
 
CarmenSpanish, short name for Virgin Maria of Mount Karmel
 
Carmencita 
 
CarminaItalian form for Carmen
 
Carneol 
 
Carol 
 
Carolina 
 
Casanova 
 
Casi 
 
Casimir 
 
Caspar 
 
Cassis 
 
CastaDiva 
 
Catherine 
 
Cathleen 
 
Catullus 
 
CécileFrench form of Cecily
 
Cecilia 
 
Cecily 
 
CedricCeltic: friendly, amable
 
Cedrus 
 
CeesDutch form of Cormelius
 
Celeste 
 
Célestin 
 
Celestina 
 
Celiashort form of Cecily
 
Celimene 
 
Celineshort form of Marceline
 
Cervantes 
 
Cesare 
 
Cha Cha Cha 
 
Chablis 
 
Chaconne 
 
Chagall 
 
Chanel 
 
Chanson 
 
ChantalFrench: the singing woman
 
Chantilly 
 
Chantré 
 
Chapelou 
 
Chaplin 
 
Chardonnay 
 
CharisGreek: charm, grace
 
Charivari 
 
Charlemagne 
 
Charlenefeminine form for Charles
 
Charlène 
 
Charleston 
 
CharlieBrown 
 
Charlizecomposed from Charles and Elizabeth, also American female form of Charles
 
CharlotteFrench: derived from Charles
 
Charly 
 
CharmeBleu 
 
Charmeur 
 
CharmingDoll 
 
Chat Bleu 
 
ChatteBleue 
 
Cheri 
 
Cherie 
 
Cherry 
 
Cherubino 
 
Cheryl 
 
Chester 
 
Chevalier 
 
ChiantiItalian red wine
 
ChiaraItalian form of Clara
 
Chico 
 
Chili 
 
Chimmy 
 
Chipa 
 
Chirico 
 
Chocolat 
 
Chopin 
 
Chopper 
 
Chrissy 
 
ChristophGreek: carrying Jesus Christ
 
Ciccia 
 
Ciccio 
 
Cicciolina 
 
Cicero 
 
Cici 
 
Cicisbeo 
 
Cinderella 
 
Cindy 
 
Cissus 
 
Civette 
 
ClaireFrench form of Clara
 
Clairon 
 
Clarence 
 
Clarice 
 
Clarissa 
 
Classique 
 
Claude 
 
Claudel 
 
ClaudeMonet 
 
ClaudineFrench pet form of Claudia
 
ClaudioItalian and Spanish form of Claudius
 
ClaudiusLatin: of the family of the Claudier; also Roman emperor
 
Clavigo 
 
Clematis 
 
Clementine 
 
Cleo 
 
CleopatraEgyptian empress: glory for the father
 
Cliff 
 
Clivia 
 
Cloé 
 
Clorinde 
 
Clou 
 
Clyde 
 
Coco 
 
Cocoletta 
 
Cocteau 
 
Coelestin 
 
ColetteFrench short form for Nicoletta
 
Colleen 
 
Colombine 
 
Colombo 
 
Columbia 
 
Columbus 
 
Comedian 
 
Composé 
 
Concordia 
 
ConnorIrish first name, derived from the Celtic word for strong will
 
Connyshort form for Constance, Cornelia. Cornelius
 
Conrad 
 
ConteCarnero 
 
Cookie 
 
Coolgirl 
 
Cora 
 
Coralie 
 
Cordeliaother form of Cordula
 
CordulaLatin: little sweetheart
 
Cordyline 
 
Corentin 
 
CorinnaGreek: virgin, girl
 
Corinnus 
 
Coriolan 
 
Corleone 
 
Corry 
 
Corydalis 
 
Corylus 
 
Cosimafeminine form of Cosimo
 
Cosimoderived from Italian; Greek origin: neat, calm
 
Cosmasother form for Kosmas
 
Cosmea 
 
Cosmos 
 
Costa 
 
Cosy 
 
Covergirl 
 
Crassula 
 
CrazyGirl 
 
CrispinLatin: curly-haired
 
Crispy 
 
Cristalle 
 
Crocus 
 
Crusader 
 
Cuckoo 
 
Cullinan 
 
Cupido 
 
Curly 
 
Cuvée 
 
Cynar 
 
Cynara 
 
CynthiaGreek: originating from the mountain Kynthos
 
Cypris 
 
Cyrano 
 
Cyrus 
 

 
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