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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

1 Caraidland Scottish From the land between the streams. M
2 Cartland English From the land between the streams. M
3 Ceard Scottish Smith. M
4 Cedd Anglo-Saxon Name of a bishop. M
5 Cenehard English Bold guardian. M
6 Cetewind English From the cottage on the winding path. M
7 Chad Anglo-Saxon Name of a saint. M
8 Chad Celtic Defence. M
9 Chad English Protector; defender. English form of a Welsh name meaning battle or warring. Famous bearer: 7th- century bishop St Chad founded the Samaritans, a charitable organization providing service for the suicidal and despairing. M

10 Chadd English Variant of Chad: Protector; defender. English form of a Welsh name meaning battle or warring. Famous bearer: 7th- century bishop St Chad founded the Samaritans, a charitable organization providing service for the suicidal and despairing. M
11 Chand Hindi Shining Moon. M
12 Chasid Hebrew Devout. M
13 Chasud Hebrew Variant of Chasid: Devout. M
14 Chesed Biblical As a devil or a destroyer. M
15 Chilmad Biblical Teaching or learning. M
16 Cid Spanish God; rooster. M
17 Cinnard Gaelic From the high hill. M
18 Cinneidid Irish Helmet head; helmed head. M
19 CIywd Welsh Loud voiced. M
20 Claud English Lame. M