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261 Constance French Constancy; steadfastness. . F
262 Constance Latin Firm of purpose. Constancy, from the Latin Constantia. F
263 Constance Shakespearean 'King John' Mother to Arthur. F
264 Constansie Italian Constancy; steadfastness. F
265 Constanze Latin Firrn of purpose. F
266 Constanzie Italian Constancy; steadfastness. F
267 Coralee English Maiden. F
268 Coralie English Variant of Coral: A popular 19th century jewel name, from the name of the pink semi-precious sea growth used to make jewellery and ornaments. F
269 Coralie French Coral. F

270 Coralie Greek From the coral of the sea. F
271 Coraline English From the semi-precious sea growth coral. F
272 Coraline Greek From the coral of the sea. F
273 Coraline Latin From the semi-precious sea growth: coral. F
274 Coreene Irish Maiden. F
275 Corette French Little maiden. F
276 Corette Greek Maiden. F
277 Corianne English Variant of Cory meaning variously: From the round hill; seething pool; or ravine. F
278 Corianne Irish Variant of Cory meaning variously: from the round hill; seething pool; ravine. F
279 Corie English Variant of Cory meaning variously: From the round hill; seething pool; or ravine. F
280 Corie Irish Variant of Cory meaning variously: from the round hill; seething pool; ravine. F