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181 Candide French Bright; glowing white. Also sweet. F
182 Candide Latin Dazzling white. F
183 Candie Spanish Variant of Candida. Bright; glowing white. F
184 Candiss English Variant of Candace: ancient hereditary title used by Ethiopian queens. F
185 Candra Sanskrit Of the moon. F
186 Candy Hebrew Diminutive of Candace: Famous bearer: American actress Candice Bergen. F
187 Candy Latin Diminutive of Candida: Dazzling white. Bright, glowing white. Derived from the feminine of the Latin adjective meaning white. Famous bearer: George Bernard Shaw's 1898 play 'Candida'. F
188 Candyce English Variant of Candace: ancient hereditary title used by Ethiopian queens. F
189 Canens Latin Wife of Picus. F

190 Caniad Welsh Song. F
191 Canisa Greek Very dear. F
192 Canisa Latin Very dear. F
193 Cannelita Italian Garden. F
194 Cannenta Latin Healer. F
195 Cannia Latin Song. F
196 Cantabria Latin From Cantabria. F
197 Cantara Arabic Bridge. F
198 Cantara Muslim Small bridge.. F
199 Cantilena Latin Song. F
200 Cantrix Latin Singer. F