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81 Catherine Anglo-Saxon Innocent. F
82 Catherine French 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
83 Catherine Greek Pure. Famous bearer: Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia. F
84 Catherine Irish Variant of Katherine: Pure. Clear. Innocent. From the Gaelic form Caitlin. F
85 Catherine 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
86 Cathie English Form of the Greek Catherine meaning pure. F
87 Cathrine Gaelic Form of the Greek Catherine meaning pure. F
88 Catlee Irish Pure. F
89 Catline Irish Variant of Katherine meaning pure. F

90 Catrice English Modern blend of Catrina and Patrice. F
91 Cattee Irish Variant of Katherine meaning pure. F
92 Caycee Greek Abbreviation of Acacia meaning guileless. F
93 Caycee Irish Vigilant. F
94 Caylee Gaelic Slender. Variant of Caley or Cailley: (French) 'from the forest. F
95 Caylie Gaelic Slender. Variant of Caley or Cailley: (French) 'from the forest. F
96 Cecile English Feminine form of Cecil: Derived from the Roman clan name Caecilius, which is based on the Latin 'coccus' meaning 'blind'. F
97 Cecile French A french form of Cecil, derived from the Roman clan name Caecilius, which is based on the Latin coccus meaning 'blind'. F
98 Cecile Latin Dim sighted. F
99 Cecilee Latin Blind. Famous bearer: The blind St. Cecilie, patron saint of music, was a talented musician. F
100 Cecilie English Variant of Cecilia: A feminine form of Cecil, derived from the Roman clan name Caecilius, which is based on the Latin 'coccus' meaning 'blind'. F