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101 Cecilie Latin Blind. Famous bearer: The blind St. Cecilie, patron saint of music, was a talented musician. F
102 Cecille French From the Latin Cecilia meaning blind. The blind St. Cecille - patron saint of music - was a talented musician. F
103 Cegluse Latin Mother of Asopus. F
104 Ceire Irish Saint. F
105 Celandine Greek Swallow. F
106 Cele Latin Abbreviation of Cecilia: blind. F
107 Celene Latin Variant of Celia or Selena. F
108 Celenne Latin Variant of Celia or Selena. F
109 Celesse French Heavenly. F

110 Celesse Latin Of the heavens; Heavenly. F
111 Celeste French This French name is based on the Latin 'caelestis' meaning heavenly. Used as both a masculine and feminine name in France. F
112 Celeste Latin Of the heavens; Heavenly. F
113 Celestine French Variant of Celeste : This French name is based on the Latin 'caelestis' meaning 'heavenly'. Used as both a masculine and feminine name in France. F
114 Celestine Latin Of the heavens. Heavenly. F
115 Celie French Variant of Cecilia - blind. F
116 Celine French French form of the Latin 'caelum' meaning sky or heaven. Also a variant of Celia or Selena. F
117 Celine Latin Hammer or of the heavens. F
118 Cerise French Cherry; cherry red. F
119 Chalciope Latin Daughter of Eurypylus. F
120 Chanelle French Canal; channel. The popular perfume Chanel. F