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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

1 Cadis Greek Sparkling. F
2 Caeneus Greek A woman who asked to become a man. F
3 Caenis Latin Daughter of Atrax. F
4 Caethes Welsh Slave. F
5 Cales Latin From Cales. F
6 Candiss English Variant of Candace: ancient hereditary title used by Ethiopian queens. F
7 Canens Latin Wife of Picus. F
8 Carcas Biblical The covering of a lamb. F
9 Caress French Tender touch. F

10 Caries Latin Rotten. F
11 Caritas Latin Giving. F
12 Carmentis Latin Healer. F
13 Carpus Biblical Fruit, fruitful. F
14 Carys Welsh Love. F
15 Cass English Diminutive of Cassandra: Cassandra was a Trojan prophetess, daughter of King Priam. A diminutive of Casirnir, Cassandra, or Catherine. Also used as an independent name. F
16 Ceres Greek Another name for Demeter. F
17 Ceres Latin Goddess of the harvest; Of the spring. Mythological Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility. F
18 Ceres Shakespearean 'The Tempest' A spirit, goddess of the harvest. F
19 Cerys Welsh Variant of Carys: Love. F
20 Cestus Greek Aphrodite's girdle. F