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181 Catheryna Greek Pure. Clear. F
182 Cathia English Form of the Greek Catherine meaning pure. F
183 Catia Greek Pure. Clear. F
184 Catrina Portuguese Form of the Greek Catherine meaning pure. F
185 Catriona French Variant of Catherine: Pure, clear. Form of the Latin Katharina, from the Greek Aikaterina. F
186 Catriona Gaelic Pure, clear. A Scottish Gaelic variant of 'Catherine', which is the French form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek Aikaterina'. Famous bearer: the heroine of 19th century author Robert Louis Stevenson's novel 'Catriona'. F
187 Catriona Greek Variant of Katrina: Pure. Clear. F
188 Catriona Irish Variant of Katherine meaning pure. F
189 Catriona Latin Variant of Catherine: Pure, clear. Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek Aikaterina'. It was borne by a number of saints, including St Catherine of Alexandria, a 4th century martyr who suffered torture on a spiked wheel. F

190 Catriona Scottish Variant of Katherine meaning pure. F
191 Cavana Irish From Cavan. F
192 Cayla Gaelic Slender. Variant of Caley or Cailley: (French) 'from the forest. F
193 Ceara Gaelic Spear. F
194 Cecelia Latin Blind. Famous bearer: The blind St. Cecilie, patron saint of music, was a talented musician. F
195 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
196 Cecilia Latin Blind. Famous bearer: The blind St. Cecilie, patron saint of music, was a talented musician. F
197 Cecilia Swedish Blind. F
198 Cedra English Modern feminine of Cedric. F
199 Cedrica English Modern feminine of Cedric. F
200 Cedrina English Modern feminine of Cedric. F