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Choosing a name for your baby (or babies!) is one of the hardest and most important decisions a parent can make. Search our huge database to find out the meanings and origins of baby names. We also have dozens of articles on subjects such as natural baby names, lucky baby names, Scottish, English, Royal, unusual, popular and trending baby names.... we even have people arguing over baby names!!

  • 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

  • Cacia

    Meaning: Vigilant.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cacia

    Meaning: Vigilant.

    Origin: Irish

  • 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: 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: Fighter

    Origin: Celtic

  • Cador

    Meaning: Nephew of Arthur

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • 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

  • Caedon

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

    Origin: German

  • 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

  • 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

  • Caillen

    Meaning: Virile

    Origin: Scottish

  • Caillen

    Meaning: Virile

    Origin: Scottish

  • Caillic

    Meaning: Hag

    Origin: Scottish

  • Caillic

    Meaning: Hag

    Origin: Scottish

  • Cailym

    Meaning: Pillar of the church.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cailym

    Meaning: Pillar of the church.

    Origin: Irish

  • Cailyn

    Meaning: Rejoicer.

    Origin: Gaelic

  • Cain

    Meaning: Meaning Possessed. In the Bible Cain was the first murderer having killed his brother Abel in a fit of jealousy.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Cain

    Meaning: Archaic

    Origin: Irish

  • Cain

    Meaning: Archaic

    Origin: Irish

  • Caindale

    Meaning: From the clear river valley

    Origin: English

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