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41 Carne Welsh Variant of English surname Cairn meaning landmark or memorial of piled-up stones. M
42 Cartere English Drives a cart. M
43 Carthage English The anglicized form of the Irish Carthach, which is a variant of Caradoc. The Irish St. Carthach, also known as St Carthage, founded an early 7th century monastery at Lismore, County Waterford. M
44 Carthage Irish Variant of Carthach: Loving. M
45 Carthage Welsh Variant of Caradoc: Affection; amiable. M
46 Case English Bringer of peace. M
47 Case Irish Variant of Casey: Observant; alert; vigorous. M
48 Casidhe Gaelic Clever. M
49 Casimire Polish Variant of Casimir: Bringer of peace; announcing peace. M

50 Castle English Castle. M
51 Cathaoirmore Gaelic Great warrior. M
52 Cathmore Gaelic Great warrior. M
53 Cathmore Irish Great fighter. M
54 Cayce Irish Variant of Casey: Observant; alert; vigorous. M
55 Cayle English Bold. M
56 Celeste French This French name is based on the Latin caelestis meaning 'heavenly'. Used as both a masculine and feminine name in France. M
57 Celestine French Variant of Celeste : This French name is based on the Latin 'caelestis' meaning 'heavenly'. Five popes have been named 'Celestine', two of whom were canonized. M
58 Celistine Latin Heavenly. M
59 Cesare Greek Long haired. M
60 Cesare Italian Long haired. M