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481 Cearo Anglo-Saxon Sorrow. F
482 Cecelia Latin Blind. Famous bearer: The blind St. Cecilie, patron saint of music, was a talented musician. F
483 Cecile English Feminine form of Cecil: Derived from the Roman clan name Caecilius, which is based on the Latin 'coccus' meaning 'blind'. F
484 Cecile French A french form of Cecil, derived from the Roman clan name Caecilius, which is based on the Latin coccus meaning 'blind'. F
485 Cecile Latin Dim sighted. F
486 Cecilee Latin Blind. Famous bearer: The blind St. Cecilie, patron saint of music, was a talented musician. F
487 Cecilia English A feminine form of Cecil, derived from the Roman clan name Caecilius, which is based on the Latin coccus meaning 'blind'. This name was introduced into Britain by one of the daughters of William the Conqueror. F
488 Cecilia Latin Blind. Famous bearer: The blind St. Cecilie, patron saint of music, was a talented musician. F
489 Cecilia Swedish Blind. F

490 Cecilie English Variant of Cecilia: A feminine form of Cecil, derived from the Roman clan name Caecilius, which is based on the Latin 'coccus' meaning 'blind'. F
491 Cecilie Latin Blind. Famous bearer: The blind St. Cecilie, patron saint of music, was a talented musician. F
492 Cecille French From the Latin Cecilia meaning blind. The blind St. Cecille - patron saint of music - was a talented musician. F
493 Cecily English Variant of Cecilia: A feminine form of Cecil, derived from the Roman clan name Caecilius, which is based on the Latin 'coccus' meaning 'blind'. F
494 Cecily Latin Blind. Famous bearer: The blind St. Cecilie, patron saint of music, was a talented musician. F
495 Cedra English Modern feminine of Cedric. F
496 Cedrica English Modern feminine of Cedric. F
497 Cedrina English Modern feminine of Cedric. F
498 Cedron Biblical Black, sad. F
499 Cegluse Latin Mother of Asopus. F
500 Ceil Latin Abbreviation of Cecilia: blind. F