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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

1 Cacey Irish Vigilant. F
2 Cady English Hillock. A surname or given name meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds. F
3 Cady Irish Hillock. A surname or given name meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds. F
4 Cailley Gaelic Slender. Variant of Caley or Cailley: (French) 'from the forest. F
5 Calvary Biblical The place of a skull. F
6 Candy Hebrew Diminutive of Candace: Famous bearer: American actress Candice Bergen. F
7 Candy Latin Diminutive of Candida: Dazzling white. Bright, glowing white. Derived from the feminine of the Latin adjective meaning white. Famous bearer: George Bernard Shaw's 1898 play 'Candida'. F
8 Carey Celtic The dark one. F
9 Carey English Abbreviation of Carol and Caroline from the masculine Charles meaning manly. F

10 Carey Irish Of the dark ones. A variant of Cary in use since the 19th century. F
11 Carly German Feminine form of Carl: Variant of the Germanic form of Charles, meaning: a man. F
12 Carly Teutonic Womanly. F
13 Cary Celtic The dark one. F
14 Cary English An alternative spelling of Carrie. Cary became a popular masculine first name in mid-2Oth century because of actor Cary Grant, whose real name was Archibald Leach. V: Carey. F
15 Casey Biblical Refers to the Biblical acacia wood that was used to build the wilderness Tabernacle. F
16 Casey English Diminutive of Cassandra: Cassandra was a Trojan prophetess, daughter of King Priam. This name became popular in medieval Britain, and fashionable in the USA in the mid-2Oth century. A diminutive of Casirnir, Cassandra, or Cathedne. F
17 Casey French Diminutive of Catherine: Pure, clear. Form of the Latin Katharina, from the Greek Aikaterina. F
18 Casey Gaelic Brave. F
19 Casey Greek Honorable. Biblical; acacia wood was used to build the wilderness Tabernacle. F
20 Casey Irish Brave; Vigilant. F