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61 Camilla French Free-born; noble. Variant of Camilla. F
62 Camilla Latin Servant for the temple; Free-born; noble. Feminine form of Camillus. Famous bearer: Roman mythological Volscian warrior queen Camilla. Fanny Burney's 18th century novel 'Camilla'. F
63 Cana Biblical Zeal, jealousy, possession. F
64 Candida Latin 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
65 Candida Spanish Pure or white. F
66 Candra Sanskrit Of the moon. F
67 Canisa Greek Very dear. F
68 Canisa Latin Very dear. F
69 Cannelita Italian Garden. F

70 Cannenta Latin Healer. F
71 Cannia Latin Song. F
72 Cantabria Latin From Cantabria. F
73 Cantara Arabic Bridge. F
74 Cantara Muslim Small bridge.. F
75 Cantilena Latin Song. F
76 Capeka Czechoslovakian Little stork. F
77 Capita Latin A name referring to the Minerva. F
78 Cappadocia Biblical A sphere, buckle, or hand. F
79 Cappadocia Latin From Cappadocia. F
80 Capta Latin A name referring to the Minerva. F