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61 Carole French Variant of Carole: The french form of the English Carol, a dimunitive of Charles meaning strong. F
62 Caroline English Joy. Song of happiness. Also feminine variant of Charles: manly. F
63 Caroline French Song of happiness. F
64 Caroline Italian Strong. An Italian feminine form of Charles. Famous bearer: 18th century Caroline of Ansbach was the German wife of English King George II. Lady Caroline Lamb had a famous liaison with poet Lord Byron. F
65 Caroline Scottish Feminine form of Charles: manly. F
66 Carolyne English Feminine variant of Charles: manly. F
67 Carree English Abbreviation of Carol and Caroline from the masculine Charles meaning manly. F
68 Carrie English Abbreviation of Carol and Caroline from the masculine Charles meaning manly. F
69 Carrie Italian A diminutive of Caroline, often used as an independent name. F

70 Casee Irish Brave; Vigilant. F
71 Casidhe Gaelic Dever. F
72 Casidhe Irish Clever. F
73 Cassie English Unheeded prophetess. A diminutive of Casirnir, Cassandra, or Catherine. Cassandra was a Trojan prophetess, daughter of King Priam. In Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's prediction of the fall of Troy was unheeded. Also used as an independent name. F
74 Cassie Greek Purity; unheeded prophetess. In Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's prediction of the fall of Troy was unheeded. F
75 Catarine Italian Pure. F
76 Cate Anglo-Saxon Innocent. F
77 Cate Latin Wise. F
78 Cateline French Variant of Katherine meaning pure. F
79 Catharine Irish Form of the Greek Catherine meaning pure. F
80 Catharine Latin 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