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161 Cherie French Dear one; darling. F
162 Cherine French Variant of Cherie 'Dear one;darling'. F
163 Cherise English Blend of Cherie and Cerise: dear one; darling. F
164 Cherise French Dear one; darling. F
165 Cherisse English Blend of Cherie and Cerise: dear one; darling. F
166 Cherree French Variant of Cherie 'Dear one;darling'. F
167 Cherrelle French Variant of Cherie 'Dear one;darling'. F
168 Cherrie English The fruit-bearing cherry tree. F
169 Chessie Slavic At peace. F

170 Cheyanne French Variant of Cheyanne - an Algonquian tribe of the Great Plains and Capital city of Wyoming. F
171 Cheyanne NativeAmerican Variant of Cheyanne - an Algonquian tribe of the Great Plains and Capital city of Wyoming. F
172 Cheyenne French An Algonquian tribe of the Great Plains. Capital city of Wyoming. F
173 Cheyenne NativeAmerican An Algonquian tribe of the Great Plains. Capital city of Wyoming. F
174 Chione Egyptian Mythical daughter of the Nile. F
175 Chloe Biblical Green herb F
176 Chloe Greek Green shoot. Fresh blooming. Famous bearers: The title Chloe was borne by Demeter, Greek goddess of agriculture. Chloe was a character in American writer Hairiet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin'. F
177 Chrisanne Spanish Variant of Chrysantus. F
178 Chrissie English Diminutive of Christina, Christine, or any feminine name beginning with Chris-. F
179 Chrissie Irish Abbreviation of Christine. Follower of Christ. F
180 Chrissie Scottish Abbreviation of Christine. Follower of Christ. F