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Connie - Pet form of English Constance, meaning "steadfast."
Coty - Variant spelling of English Cody, meaning "helper." 
Concordea - Variant spelling of Latin Concordia, meaning "harmony; peace; with (one) heart."
Cowal - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Comhghall, meaning "joint pledge."
Conlaoch - Irish name, composed of the Gaelic elements con "hound" and laoch "warrior," hence "hound warrior." In Irish legend, this is the name of a son of Cúchulainn. He was accidentally killed by his father.
Corona - English name derived from the vocabulary word, Latin corona, meaning "crown, garland, wreath." The outer atmosphere of a star is called a corona.
Codie - Variant spelling of English unisex Cody, meaning "helper."
Courtney - English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the French baronial name Courtenay, from the nickname court nez, meaning "short nose." 
Confucius - Anglicized form of Chinese Kong Fu Zi. Kong is the surname, meaning "hole" or "opening." Fu is the generation name, meaning "husband, master, man," and Zi is the given name, meaning "son."
Cortney - Variant spelling of English unisex Courtney, meaning "short nose."
Conrad -  Variant spelling of German Konrad, meaning "bold counsel." In use by the English.
Concettina - Pet form of Italian Concetta, meaning "conception."
Consuela - Variant spelling of Spanish Consuelo, meaning "consolation."
Costel - Pet form of Romanian Constantin, meaning "steadfast."
Cody - Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from a variant spelling of the surname Cuddihy (also spelled Cuddy), an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Cuidighthigh "descendant of Cuidightheach," hence "helper."
Corynn - English variant spelling of French Corinne, meaning "maiden."
Cosma - Feminine form of Latin Cosmo, meaning "order, beauty."
C?n?n - Irish Gaelic name which was originally a byname derived from a diminutive form of cú "hound," hence "little hound."
Coco - Originally from the Italian occupational name for a "cook," it is now in continental use as a pet form of longer names beginning with Co-.
Cordula - Diminutive form of Latin cor ("heart"), hence "little heart."
Concetto - Masculine form of Italian Concetta, meaning "conception."
Corrine - English variant spelling of French Corinne, meaning "maiden."
Cooper - English occupational surname transferred to forename use, from Dutch kuper, from kup "tub; container," which in English became coop. A cooper was a maker and/or fixer of vessels such as buckets and barrels.
Colman - English form of Irish Colmán, meaning "dove."
Cornelis - Dutch form of Latin Cornelius, meaning "of a horn."
Connell - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Conall, meaning "hound of valor."
Constancia - Portuguese form of Latin Constantia, meaning "steadfast."
Coline - Variant spelling of English Colleen, meaning "girl."
Columban - Short form of Latin Columbanus, meaning "dove."
Connor - Anglicized form of Irish Conchobhar, meaning "hound-lover."
Colombina - Feminine form of Italian Colombano, meaning "dove."
Coatl - Nahuatl name meaning "snake."
Constans - Latin name meaning "steadfast."
Comyna - Feminine form of Irish Comyn,meaning "shrewd."
Costantino - Italian form of Latin Constantinus, meaning "steadfast."
Constantius - A derivative of Latin Constans, meaning "steadfast." 
Consolata - Italian form of Spanish Consuelo, meaning "consolation."
Colette - Short form of French Nicolette, meaning "victor of the people."
Cosima - Feminine form of Italian Cosimo, meaning "order, beauty."
Coreen - Irish form of French Corinne, meaning "maiden."
Constance - English form of Latin Constantia, meaning "steadfast." 
Cola - Anglo-Saxon equivalent of Old Norse Kolr, a byname for a dark, swarthy person, meaning "black, coal."
Corann - Celtic myth name ofa magical Druid, meaning "crown."
Coral - English name derived from the gem name, from Latin corallium, probably ultimately from Hebrew goral, meaning "small pebble."
Corrina - English variant spelling of Latin Corinna, meaning "maiden."
Corneliu - Romanian form of Greek Kornelios, meaning "of a horn."
Cornelius -   Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Conn, having several possible meanings including "chief, freeman, head, hound, intelligence, strength."
Collyn - Variant spelling of English Colleen, meaning "girl."
Corin -   Cornish legend name of a hero who was a slayer of giants, probably derived from the first element of the Old English tribal name Cornwealas, from the ethnic term Kernow, meaning "Cornish" or "horned." 
Constant -  From Latin Constans, meaning "steadfast." 
Cornelia - Feminine form of Roman Latin Cornelius, meaning "of a horn." 
Cole -  English surname transferred to forename use, derived from Old English Cola, meaning "black, coal." This name is also sometimes used as a pet form of Nicholas, meaning "victor of the people."
Conchubhar - Variant spelling of Irish Conchobar, meaning "hound-lover."
Corine - Variant spelling of French Corinne, meaning "maiden."
Conchobur - Variant spelling of Irish Conchobar, meaning "hound-lover."
Condwiramurs -  Variant spelling of Cornish Condwiramur, meaning "white flower." 
Cosmo - Latin form of Greek Kosmos, meaning "order, beauty."
Columbine -   English name derived from the plant name columbine, from Late Latin columbina, meaning "verbina" or "dovelike," so-called because when inverted the flower resembles a cluster of doves.
Conner - Variant spelling of English Connor, meaning "hound-lover."
Coby - Unisex pet form of Dutch Jacoba and Jacobus, meaning "supplanter."
Coleen - Variant spelling of English Colleen, meaning "girl." 
Corinna - Latin form of Greek Korinna, meaning "maiden."
Conchobhar - Variant spelling of Irish Conchobar, meaning "hound-lover."
Cordell - English occupational surname transferred to forename use, from a diminutive form of Old French corde, "rope," hence "little roper." The occupation consisted of making strings, cords, ropes, etc.
Cosme - French form of Latin Cosmo, meaning "order, beauty."
Corey - English name, possibly of Irish Gaelic origin, from a place name meaning "deep hollow, ravine."
Cora - Latin form of Greek Kore, meaning "maiden." In mythology, this is a name borne by Persephone, a goddess of the underworld.
Coretta - Pet form of Latin Cora, meaning "maiden."
Conor - Variant spelling of English Connor, meaning "hound-lover."
Corina - Variant spelling of Latin Corinna, meaning "maiden."
Cowdiy - Hebrew name meaning "an acquaintance of God." In the bible, this is the name of the father of Gaddiel.
Conlaodh - Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements connla "pure, chaste" and aodh "fire," hence "purifying fire."
Costica - Pet form of Romanian Constantin, meaning "steadfast."
Comhnall - Scottish form of Irish Gaelic Conall, meaning "hound of valor."
Constantin - French and Romanian form of Latin Constantinus, meaning "steadfast."
Cort - Variant spelling of Dutch Kort, meaning "bold counsel."
Conchobar - Irish legend name of a king of Ulster said to have lived at the time of Christ, meaning "hound-lover."
Corbin - From an Old French and Middle English byname composed of the word corb, "crow, raven," and a diminutive suffix, hence "little crow" or "little raven."
Cosmin - Romanian form of Greek Kosmos, meaning "order, beauty."
Corinne - French form of Latin Corinna, meaning "maiden."
Constanta - Romanian form of Latin Constantia, meaning "steadfast."
Constanza - Spanish form of Latin Constantia, meaning "steadfast."
Columbanus - Elaborated form of Latin Columba, meaning "dove."
Colene - Variant spelling of English Colleen, meaning "girl."
Colmcilla - Irish name meaning "dove of the church."
Conrado - Spanish form of German Conrad, meaning "bold counsel."
Concetta - Italian form of Spanish Concepción, meaning "conception."
Cormag - Scottish form of Irish Gaelic Cormac, meaning "son of defilement."
Cordelia - English name which may be an elaborated form of the Latin word cor, meaning "heart." This is the name of a legendary queen of the Britons. It is also the name of a moon of Uranus and an asteroid, both of which were named after a Shakespeare character who also bore this name.
Coinneach - Variant form of Gaelic Cainneach, meaning "comely; finely made."
Consuelo - Spanish name meaning "consolation."
Costanzo - Italian form of Latin Constans, meaning "steadfast." 
Coleman - Middle English contracted form of Latin Columbanus, meaning "dove."
Colombe - French unisex form of Latin Columba, meaning "dove."
Coaxoch -  Nahuatl name meaning "serpent flower."
Conchobor - Variant spelling of Irish Conchobar, meaning "hound-lover."
Colby - English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old Norse elements kolr "black, coal" and býr "settlement," hence "coal settlement."
Cosmina - Feminine form of Romanian Cosmin, meaning "order, beauty."
Colleen - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cailín, meaning "girl."
Corneille - French form of Latin Cornelius, meaning "of a horn."
Colbert - English surname transferred to forename use, from the French form of German Kolbert, a variant of Kölber, an occupational name for a "maker of wooden clubs" and later an "armor-maker," from Middle High German kolbe, meaning "cudgel, club." 
Corie - Variant spelling of English Corey, possibly meaning "deep hollow, ravine."
Conn - Old Irish name derived from Gaelic conn, having several possible meanings including "chief, freeman, head, hound, intelligence, strength."
Connla - Variant spelling of Irish Conlaoch, meaning "hound warrior."
Coos - Dutch pet form of Latin Jacobus, meaning "supplanter."
Concepta - Latin form of Spanish Concepción, meaning "conception."
Corentine - Feminine form of Breton Corentin, probably meaning "hurricane, tempest." 
Cory - Variant spelling of English Corey, possibly meaning "deep hollow, ravine."
Constantia - Feminine form of Latin Constantius, meaning "steadfast."
Coszcatl - Nahuatl name meaning "jewel."
Consus - Roman name, probably of Etruscan or Sabine origin, meaning "to sow." In mythology, this is the name of a god of grains and subterranean silos. 
Congalie - Irish name meaning "constant." 
Columbus - Latin name meaning "dove."
Cori - Variant spelling of English Corey, possibly meaning "deep hollow, ravine."
Cozamalotl - Nahuatl name meaning "rainbow."
Cokkie - Dutch pet form of Latin Cornelia, meaning "of a horn."
Coventina - Romano-British name, possibly meaning "memory of snow." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of springs and wells.
Colt - English name derived from the vocabulary word colt, from Old English colt, which originally meant "young ass" or "young camel."
Costin - Contracted form of Romanian Constantin, meaning "steadfast."
Coriander - English name derived from the spice name coriander (also commonly called Cilantro), from Latin coriandrum, from Greek corys ("bedbug") with the added element -ander "resembling" (referring to the smell of the spice which is similar to the odor of bedbugs), hence "smells like a bedbug."
Cosimo - Italian form of Latin Cosmo, meaning "order, beauty."
Cosette - Literary name derived from an Old French slang word (cosette) for something small and trivial, meaning "little thing of no importance." Victor Hugo gave this name to the illegitimate daughter of Fantine in his novel Les Misérables. 
Cowessess - Native American Ojibwa name meaning "little child."
Cocidius - Myth name of a Celtic huntergod, possibly meaning "of the woods."
Conleth - Modern form of Irish Gaelic Conláed, meaning "purifying fire."
Concha - Pet form of Spanish Concepción, meaning "conception."
Comyn - Irish name meaning "shrewd."
Colena - Variant spelling of English Colleen, meaning "girl."
Condwiramur - Cornish form of French Blanchefleur, meaning "white flower." In Arthurian legend, this is the name of a guardian of the Grail and wife of Percival.
Concordia - Latin name meaning "harmony; peace; with (one) heart." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of peace. Her Greek name is Harmonia.
Colm -   Old Irish form of Latin Columba, meaning "dove."
Cobus - Short form of Dutch Jacobus, meaning "supplanter."
Coemgen - Old Irish name composed of Gaelic caomh "comely" and a diminutive suffix, hence "little comely one." 
Colombo - Italian form of Latin Columba, meaning "dove."
Colan - Cornish form of Irish Gaelic Coileán, meaning "whelp, young pup."
Comgal - Contracted form of Irish Gaelic Comhghall, meaning "joint pledge."
Comgan - Contracted form of Irish Gaelic Comhghán, meaning "born together."
Coskun - Turkish name meaning "enthusiastic."
Conchita - Diminutive form of Spanish Concha, meaning "conception."
Constantina - Feminine form of Roman Constantinus, meaning "steadfast."
Colombain - French form of Latin Columbanus, meaning "dove."
Colum - Irish form of Latin Columba, meaning "dove."
Columba - Latin name meaning "dove."
Conley - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Conláed, meaning "purifying fire."
Conway - Irish surname transferred to forename use, an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Conbhuide "descendant of Cú Bhuidhe," hence "yellow hound."
Conradine - Feminine form of German Conrad, meaning "bold counsel."
Corliss - English surname transferred to forename use, from a byname derived from Old English carleas, composed of the elements caru "care; grief" and leas "without," hence "carefree."
Coyotl - Nahuatl name meaning "coyote."
Coralie - Pet form of English Coral, meaning "coral" or "small pebble."
Constantine -   Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Conn, having several possible meanings including "chief, freeman, head, hound, intelligence, strength." In Arthurian legend, this is the name of the successor to King Arthur. He was the son of Cador of Cornwall who fought in the Battle of Camlann and was one of the few survivors. Just before Arthur was taken to Avalon, Cador passed the crown onto his son, Constantine.
Comhghall - Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements comh "joint, together" and gall "pledge," hence "joint pledge."
Corentin - Old Breton name, probably meaning "hurricane, tempest." 
Cornel - Romanian form of Greek Kornelios, meaning "of a horn."
Constantijn - Dutch form of Latin Constantinus, meaning "steadfast."
Core - Latin form of Greek Kore, meaning "maiden." 
Colin -   Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Cailean, meaning "whelp; young pup."
Columb - Scottish form of Latin Columba, meaning "dove."
Corrado - Italian form of German Conrad, meaning "bold counsel."
Colombano - Italian form of Latin Columbanus, meaning "dove."
Conallan - Diminutive form of Irish Gaelic Conall, meaning "little hound of valor."
C?me - French form of Latin Cosmo, meaning "order, beauty."
Conch?r - Variant form of Irish Conchobar, meaning "hound-lover."
Coile?n - Irish form of Scottish Gaelic Cailean, meaning "whelp; young pup."
Concepci?n - Spanish religious name referring to the Immaculate Conception.
Conr? - Gaelic name composed of the elements conn "chief, head, hound" and ri "king," hence "chief-king" or "hound-king."
Coraz?n - From the Spanish name of a dormant volcano in Ecuador, meaning "heart."
Corn?lio - Portuguese form of Latin Cornelius, meaning "of a horn."
Conl?ed - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Conlaodh, meaning "purifying fire."
Coin?n - Old Gaelic byname composed of the word cano "wolf" and a diminutive suffix, hence "little wolf."
Comhgh?n - Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements comh "joint, together" and gan-/gen- "born," hence "born together."
C?ng - Vietnamese name meaning "skillful; industrious."
C?iseam - Scottish Gaelic form of Roman Latin Constantine, meaning "steadfast."
Corn?lie - Feminine form of French Corneille, meaning "of a horn."
Courtney - English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the French baronial name Courtenay, from the byname court nez, meaning "short nose." 
Coaxoch -  Nahuatl name meaning "serpent flower."
Coby - Dutch unisex short form of Jacoba and Jacobus, both meaning "supplanter."
Codie - Variant spelling of English unisex Cody, meaning "helper."
Cody - Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from a variant spelling of the surname Cuddihy (also spelled Cuddy), an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Cuidighthigh "descendant of Cuidightheach," hence "helper."
Colombe - French unisex form of Latin Columba, meaning "dove."
Conan - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cónán, meaning "little hound."
Conch?ir - Variant form of Irish Conchobar, meaning "hound-lover."
Cortney - Variant spelling of English unisex Courtney, meaning "short nose."

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