101 boy names that start with the letter C

Choosing the name of the baby is one of the most exciting moments that future parents live, although the choice is not always easy and fast. Some people prefer short names , while others opt for compound ones . The animal kingdom , nature, or well-known writers and artists can also be an excellent source of inspiration.

Continuing with baby names from A to Z , play today boy names starting with the letter C .

  • Cael : from the Irish cael , which means “thin” or “narrow”.
  • Cade : of Scottish origin, means “round”
  • Caden : of Irish origin, it comes from the Welsh cad or the Gaelic cath , which means “battle”.
  • Cai : Catalan name that means “happy”.
  • Cailin: variant of Cael.
  • Cain : of Hebrew origin, it means “the one who forged his own spear”. Cain is the firstborn of Adam and Eve.
  • Caitan : of Hebrew origin, variant of Cain.
  • Calder : of English origin, it means “stream”.
  • Cale : variant of Cael.
  • Caleb: of Hebrew origin, it means “bold, impetuous”
  • Callisthenes : of Greek origin, it means “vigorous”.
  • Calixto : of Greek origin, it means “very beautiful”.
  • Calligan : From the Irish surname Callaghan, from the Gaelic ceallach, which means “war” or “warrior”.
  • Calvin : of French origin, diminutive of “bald”.
  • Cam : of Hebrew origin, Cam is a biblical character, son of Noah.
  • Camden : from Old English campas, “fenced” and denu, which means “valley.”
  • Cameron : of Scottish origin and surname of one of the most important Scottish clans, it means “crooked nose”.
  • Camilo : of Latin origin, it was used in ancient Rome to name the boy who assisted the priest in the worship service.
  • Canciano : of Latin origin, derived from “song”.
  • Candido : of Latin origin, it means “radiant, happy”.
  • Carl : German variant of Karl.
  • Carles : Catalan form of Carlos.
  • Carlton : from the English surname, which comes from the Old English ceorl , which means “free man” and ton which means “settlement”.
  • Carlo : Italian variant of Carlos.
  • Carlos : of Germanic origin, it means “strong and virile man”.
  • Carmel : comes from the Hebrew Karmel , which means’ “garden” or “vineyard”.
  • Carmelo : of Hebrew origin, it means “garden of God”.
  • Carter: English name that comes from the Latin carrum , which means “carrier”.
  • Casey : English name that means “vigilant”.
  • Cassian : comes from the Latin “cassius”, which means “belonging to the Cassius family”, a word that referred to the “bearers of the helmet”, brave men, who belonged to a line of warriors.
  • Casimiro : of Polish origin, it means “peacemaker”.
  • Cassius : comes from Latin and is a variant of Cassian. It means “the one with the helmet”, “the one with the helmet”
  • Casper : means “treasurer”
  • Chaste : of Latin origin, its meaning is “pure, virgin”.
  • Castor : of Greek origin, it means flavored, fragrant.
  • Catriel : means “harrier” in Mapuche
  • Cayetano : of Latin origin, it means originally from Caieta or Gaeta.
  • Cayo : comes from Latin and means “happy”.
  • Cecilio : comes from Latin and means “blind.”
  • Ceder : from the English cedar, a variant of the Greek kedros, which means “cedar”.
  • Cedric : of Celtic origin, it means “head of the clan”.
  • Ceferino : of Latin origin, it comes from the wind called céfiro, west wind.
  • Celestino : comes from Latin and refers to the celestial.
  • Celso : comes from the Latin “Celsus”, which means “He who is high or exalted”.
  • Caesar : of Latin origin, it comes from the word “caesaries”, its meaning is “hair or beard”. It was the honorary title of the Roman emperors.
  • Cesáreo : referring to Caesar
  • Chadli : of Arabic origin, it means “singer”.
  • Chaim : variant of the Hebrew name Hyam, from the Hebrew hayyim, meaning “life”.
  • Chaka : name of the Zulu warrior from southern Africa.
  • Chandan : comes from Sanskrit and means “sandalwood”.
  • Chandra : of Sanskrit origin, it means “moon”.
  • Charles : Carlos in English.
  • Charly : English variant of Carlos.
  • Christen : Dutch variant of Christian.caita
  • Christopher : of Greek origin * “khristophoros”, means “the one who carries Christ within him”.
  • Chuck : short for Charles.
  • Cyan : Irish name meaning “ancient”
  • Cirano : of Greek origin, it means “lord”.
  • Ciriaco : of Greek origin, it means “stately, belonging to the Lord”.
  • Ciril : Cyril in Catalan.
  • Cyril : variant of Cirano
  • Ciro : of Greek origin, it means “sun”.
  • Claudi : Claudio in Catalan.
  • Claudio : of Latin origin, it means ‘lame’ or ‘the one who walks with difficulty’.
  • Claus : of Anglo-Saxon origin, it means “winner”.
  • Clark : is of Anglo-Saxon origin and its meaning is “clergyman”.
  • Clem : English variant of Clemente.
  • Clemente : of Latin origin, it means “good”, “merciful”.
  • Climent : Clemente in Catalan.
  • Clodio : Claudio in Galician.
  • Clodión : of Latin origin, means “fame”, “glory”.
  • Cloy : English name that means “nails, hooves”.
  • Cobi : Dutch variant of Jacob.
  • Colan : of Greek origin, diminutive of Nicholas.
  • Colin : Irish diminutive of Nicholas.
  • Columbo : of Italian origin, it means “pale in color, light yellow or gray”.
  • Conan : of Gaelic origin, it means “hunting dog”.
  • Concord : of Latin origin, it comes from the Roman goddess of concord.
  • Conrado : comes from the old German kuonrat or kuoni (daring, reckless) and rat (council, adviser), by what means “daring in the advice, audacious adviser”.
  • Constanciano : of Latin origin, it means “tenacious and constant in his way”.
  • Constantine : of Latin origin, its meaning is “stable”, “constant”, “firm”.
  • Constanzo : constant and firm in Italian .
  • Connor : Gaelic name Conchobhar , which can mean “lover of hunting dogs” or “lover of wolves”.
  • Cooper : means “cooper” in English.
  • Cornelius : has Latin origin and means “man with the horn”, which was, figuratively, an aspiration of the ancient warriors, assuming that this form makes arrows invulnerable.
  • Corian : of Irish origin, it means “ravine”.
  • Cort : variant of Conrad in German.
  • Cory : unisex name of Germanic origin that means “the peace of God”.
  • Cosme : of Greek origin, it means “beautiful”, “adorned”.
  • Cray : of Scottish origin, derived from the Gaelic craeg, “rock”.
  • Crispín : of Latin origin, it means “the one with curly hair”.
  • Cristián or Cristian : of Latin origin, it means “Christian, follower of Christ”. Also its variant with h, Christian.
  • Cristino : comes from the Latin word Christianus , relative to Christ.
  • Christ : of Greek origin, it means “anointed”.
  • Cristóbal : of Greek origin, its meaning is “carrier of God”, “the one who goes with God”.
  • Cross : of Latin origin, name in honor of the cross of Jesus
  • Cupid : name of the Roman god of love.
  • Curtis : derived from the French corteis or Curteis , which means “refined” or “accomplished”.
  • Cy : variant of Cyrus.
  • Cyrus : from the Greek kyrios, it means “lord”.

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