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  • Cabal

    Meaning: Arthur's dog

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Cabe

    Meaning: Variant of surname Cable - Ropemaker.

    Origin: English

  • Cable

    Meaning: Ropemaker. An English surname.

    Origin: English

  • Cacamwri

    Meaning: Servant

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Cacanisius

    Meaning: Son of Nis

    Origin: Irish

  • Cacanisius

    Meaning: Son of Nis

    Origin: Irish

  • Cace

    Meaning: Variant of Casey Alert: vigorous.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cace

    Meaning: Variant of Casey Alert: vigorous.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cacey

    Meaning: Vigilant.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cacey

    Meaning: Vigilant.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cacey

    Meaning: Variant of Casey Alert: vigorous.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cacey

    Meaning: Variant of Casey Alert: vigorous.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cachamwri

    Meaning: Mythical servant of Arthur

    Origin: Celtic

  • Cacia

    Meaning: Vigilant.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cacia

    Meaning: Vigilant.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cadabyr

    Meaning: From the warrior's settlement

    Origin: English

  • Cadan

    Origin: Unknown

  • Cadby

    Meaning: From the warrior's settlement

    Origin: English

  • Cadda

    Meaning: Warring

    Origin: English

  • Caddaham

    Meaning: From the soldier's land

    Origin: English

  • Caddaric

    Meaning: Battle leader

    Origin: English

  • Caddarik

    Meaning: Battle leader

    Origin: English

  • Caddawyc

    Meaning: From the warrior's town

    Origin: English

  • Cade

    Origin: Scottish

  • Cade

    Origin: Scottish

  • Cadee

    Meaning: Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.

    Origin: English

  • Cadee

    Meaning: Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cadee

    Meaning: Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cadell

    Meaning: Warring

    Origin: Celtic

  • Caden

    Meaning: Little fighter.

    Origin: American

  • Caden

    Meaning: German surname which is derived from a place-name meaning 'fen' (marshy land)

    Origin: German

  • Caden

    Meaning: Spirit of Battle.

    Origin: Welsh

  • Cadena

    Meaning: Rhythmic

    Origin: English

  • Cadence

    Meaning: Rhythmic

    Origin: French

  • Cadence

    Meaning: Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.

    Origin: English

  • Cadence

    Meaning: Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cadence

    Meaning: Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cadencia

    Meaning: Rhythmic

    Origin: French

  • Cadha

    Meaning: From the steep place

    Origin: Scottish

  • Cadha

    Meaning: From the steep place

    Origin: Scottish

  • Cadhla

    Meaning: Beautiful

    Origin: Irish

  • Cadhla

    Meaning: Beautiful

    Origin: Irish

  • Cadhla

    Meaning: Handsome

    Origin: Irish

  • Cadhla

    Meaning: Handsome

    Origin: Irish

  • Cadi

    Meaning: Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.

    Origin: English

  • Cadi

    Meaning: Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cadi

    Meaning: Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cadie

    Meaning: Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.

    Origin: English

  • Cadie

    Meaning: Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cadie

    Meaning: Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cadman

    Meaning: Warrior

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Cadman

    Meaning: Fighter

    Origin: Celtic

  • Cador

    Meaning: Nephew of Arthur

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Cadwallon

    Meaning: Name of a king

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Cadwallon

    Meaning: A seventh century king

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Cady

    Meaning: Hillock. A surname or given name meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.

    Origin: English

  • Cady

    Meaning: Hillock. A surname or given name meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cady

    Meaning: Hillock. A surname or given name meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cadyna

    Meaning: Rhythmic

    Origin: English

  • Caedmon

    Meaning: Poet

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Caedon

    Meaning: German surname which is derived from a place-name meaning 'fen' (marshy land)

    Origin: German

  • Caedwalla

    Meaning: Name of a king

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Caelan

    Meaning: Victorious people.

    Origin: Celtic

  • Caelan

    Meaning: Mighty warrior

    Origin: Irish

  • Caelan

    Meaning: Mighty warrior

    Origin: Irish

  • Caeli

    Meaning: From heaven

    Origin: Latin

  • Caellum

    Meaning: Brave Warrior

    Origin: Celtic

  • Caellum

    Meaning: Unknown

    Origin: Australian

  • Caerleon

    Meaning: Name of a battle site

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Caerlion

    Meaning: Voice of God.

    Origin: Scottish

  • Caerlion

    Meaning: Voice of God.

    Origin: Scottish

  • Caersewiella

    Meaning: Lives at the watercress spring

    Origin: English

  • Cafall

    Meaning: Arthur's dog

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Caffar

    Meaning: Helmet

    Origin: Irish

  • Caffar

    Meaning: Helmet

    Origin: Irish

  • Caffara

    Meaning: Helmet

    Origin: Irish

  • Caffara

    Meaning: Helmet

    Origin: Irish

  • Caffaria

    Meaning: Helmet

    Origin: Irish

  • Caffaria

    Meaning: Helmet

    Origin: Irish

  • Caflice

    Meaning: Brave

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Cagney

    Meaning: Surname.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cagney

    Meaning: Surname.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cahal

    Meaning: Strong in battle

    Origin: Celtic

  • Cahir

    Meaning: Wamor

    Origin: Irish

  • Cahir

    Meaning: Wamor

    Origin: Irish

  • Cahira

    Meaning: Warrior

    Origin: Irish

  • Cahira

    Meaning: Warrior

    Origin: Irish

  • Cai

    Meaning: Arthur's brother

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Caidance

    Meaning: Rhymic beat. Alternate Spelling: Cadence.

    Origin: Unknown

  • Cailean

    Meaning: Virile: Contemporary variant of Cailean Child.

    Origin: Scottish

  • Cailean

    Meaning: Virile: Contemporary variant of Cailean Child.

    Origin: Scottish

  • Caileigh

    Origin: Unknown

  • Cailey

    Meaning: Lark, musical one.

    Origin: Greek

  • Cailie

    Origin: Unknown

  • Cailin

    Meaning: Contemporary variant of Cailean Child.

    Origin: Scottish

  • Cailin

    Meaning: Contemporary variant of Cailean Child.

    Origin: Scottish

  • Cailin

    Meaning: Girl

    Origin: Irish

  • Cailin

    Meaning: Girl

    Origin: Irish

  • Cailleach

    Meaning: Hag

    Origin: Scottish

  • Cailleach

    Meaning: Hag

    Origin: Scottish

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