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841 Chrysta Greek Gold or golden. Annointed one. A Christian. F
842 Chrystal Greek Feminine form of Christopher: From the Greek word meaning 'carrier of Christ', Famous bearer: St Christopher, patron Saint of travellers, is believed to have carried the Christ-child across a river. F
843 Chrystie Greek Anointed one; a Christian. F
844 Chrystina English Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ. F
845 Chrystina Latin Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ. F
846 Chu'mana NativeAmerican Snake maiden (Hopi). F
847 Chu'si NativeAmerican Snake flower (Hopi). F
848 Chun Biblical Making ready. F
849 Chuza Biblical The seer or prophet. F

850 Chyna English Based on the country name China. F
851 Chynna English Based on the country name China. Famous bearer: popular singer Chynna Phillips. F
852 Chyse Latin Daughter of Pallas. F
853 Ciana Italian Feminine variant of John. F
854 Ciar Irish Saint. F
855 Ciara Irish Saint or Dark. Feminine of Ciaran. F
856 Ciarda Gaelic Dark. F
857 Ciatlllait Irish Archaic. F
858 Cibil English Variant of Sibyl; In Greek mythology a name for prophetess or fortune-teller. F
859 Cicely 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
860 Cicilia Latin Blind. The blind St. Cecilie, patron saint of music, was a talented musician. F