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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

1 Cabul Biblical Displeasing, dirty. F
2 Cafell Welsh Oracle. F
3 Carmel Biblical Circumcised lamb, harvest, full of ears of corn. F
4 Carmel Celtic From the vinyard. F
5 Carmel Hebrew Garden or vinyard. Famous bearer: the name of a mountain in Isreal. The Carmelite order of mendicant friars was founded in the 12th century on Mount Carmel. F
6 Carmel Latin Fruitful orchard, as Mount Carmel in Palestine. F
7 Carol English A feminine form of Charles meaning strong or manly. Also a diminutive of Caroline. Also used as the feminine of Carl meaning joy. F
8 Carol French Song of happiness. F
9 Carroll Irish Feminine of Carl; joy. F

10 Caryl English Joy. A variant of Carol or Carys. Feminine of Carl. F
11 Caryl French Variant of Carole: The french form of the English Carol, a dimunitive of Charles meaning strong. F
12 Caryl Welsh Variant of Carys: Love. F
13 Ceil Latin Abbreviation of Cecilia: blind. F
14 Celestiel French Heavenly. F
15 Celestiel Latin Of the heavens; Heavenly. F
16 Chanel French Canal; channel. The popular perfume Chanel. F
17 Chanell French Canal; channel. The popular perfume Chanel. F
18 Chantal French Singer. To sing. Song. F
19 Chantel French Singer. To sing. Song. F
20 Chantell French Singer. To sing. Song. F