Character Names by Letter

Character Names by Letter Series: C

Welcome back to the third week of my Character Names by Letter series! Today we’ll look at names that start with the letter “C”!

This series will run every other Monday up until December 30th, so be sure to come back and visit to catch all the names!

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“C” Girl Names

Cadence

Cady

Caitlyn // Catelyn

Camille

Candace

Cara

Carly // Carleigh

Carmen

Carol

Caroline

Carolina

Carolyn

Carrie

Carson

Casey

Cass

Cassandra

Cassidy

Cassie

Catherine

Celesta

Celeste

Chanda

Chandler

Charissa

Charity

Charlene

Charlie // Charleigh

Charlotte

Chasidy

Chelsea/Chelsey

Chesley

Chesney

Cheyenne

Chloe

Chrissie

Christian

Cindy

Claire

Clarissa

Clarke

Clover

Colbie // Colby

Colette

Connie

Cora

Cori

Corin

Courtland

Courtney

Crystal

Cynth

Cynthia


“C” Boy Names

Callaway // Calloway

Callister

Caleb

Calvin

Camden

Cameran // Cameron

Campbell

Canyon

Carl

Carlos

Carlson

Carlton

Carlyle

Carson

Carter

Carthage (#TheElectricalMenagerie)

Casey

Casper

Caspien

Castor

Chad

Chadwick

Chancey // Chancy

Chandler

Charles

Charlie

Chesley

Chevy

Chip

Chris

Christian

Christopher

Cicero

Clark

Clayton

Clint

Clinton

Cody

Colby

Cole

Collin

Cooper

Colt

Colten

Connor // Conner

Conrad

Corbett

Corbin

Cory

Courtland

Crispin

Culbreth

Curtis


What are your favorite names from this list? I personally like Chesney, Chesley, Candace, and Cassie for the girl names, and Carter and Connor for the boys’. What names do you recommend that start with “C”? Share in the comments!

Later Arrowheads,

-Allyson 😀

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4 thoughts on “Character Names by Letter Series: C”

  1. 🦋 ‘Christine’ is my full name. It’s always been shortened to ‘Chrissy’. ‘Chrissy’ is an Irish baby name. In Irish the meaning of the name Chrissy is: Abbreviation of ‘Christine’. Follower of Christ. Where the name ‘Chrissie’ is the shorten Latin name for ‘Christina’ but has the same meaning as ‘Christine’.

    Spelling for any name can vary sooo much but it makes the name what it is and why.

    My daughter’s name is ‘Cyline’ with the ‘y’ pronounced as a long ‘e’ in seed, not short like in egg. ‘Celine’ & Selina are the original spelling but her daddy liked the ‘y’. It’s used in names like Cynthia & Cyril.

    But then again, every accent in every country, and even from state to state, can change the pronunciation of even the most common name.

    Great post. I hope you get some comments for discussion.

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