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861 Cicily English From the Latin Cecilia: blind. The blind St. Cecilie - patron saint of music - was a talented musician. F
862 Cidney English Variant of Sydney. F
863 Cili Hungarian Hungarian form of Cecilia blind. F
864 Cili Latin Dim sighted. F
865 Cilicia Biblical Which rolls or overturns F
866 Cilla English A diminutive of Priscilla made famous by 1960s British singer CilIa Black, who was born Priscilla White. F
867 Cilla Latin Diminutive of Priscilla: Ancient; archaic. Daughter of Laomedon. F
868 Cim English Ruler. F
869 Cimberleigh English From the royal meadow. F

870 Cinda English Abbreviation of Cynthia and Lucinda. F
871 Cindel English Abbreviation of Cynthia and Lucinda. F
872 Cinderella English Little cinder girl. The name of a fairy-tale heroine. F
873 Cinderella French Of the ashes. F
874 Cindi English Abbreviation of Cynthia and Lucinda. F
875 Cindia English Abbreviation of Cynthia and Lucinda. F
876 Cindy English Dimunitive of Cynthia, Lucinda, and Cinderella. F
877 Cinnia Celtic Beauty. F
878 Cinnie Celtic Beauty. F
879 Cinthia Greek One of the names of the mythological moon goddess Artemis referring to her birth on Mount Cynthus. F
880 Cinxia Latin A name referring to Juno. F