This name means ‘garden’ in Hebrew. It is the name of a mountain in the city of Haifa in the Holy Land..
A variation of ‘Carmel’.
The Spanish version of ‘Carmel’.
The short form of ‘Caroline’.
The French form of ‘Carol’.
The Italian feminine form of ‘Charles’.
An alternative spelling of ‘Caroline’.
Also spelled ‘Catharine’ and originally as ‘Katherine’. It originates from a Greek word meaning ‘Pure’. There are several saints of this name. A commonly used short form is ‘Cathy’.
It originates from ‘Caitlin’ which is the Irish version of ‘Catherine’. An alternative spelling is ‘Kathleen’.
This name is derived from Latin, however, the meaning is not certain. It is a very popular name in Europe.
The French form of ‘Cecilia’.
Derived from Latin and means ‘heavenly’. A popular name in France and elsewhere in Europe.
A popular French name. A woman who had a great religious significance in France bore this name. Alternative spellings include ‘Chantel’ and ‘Chantelle’.
Comes from a Greek word meaning ‘grace’. A popular form of ‘Charis’ is ‘Charissa’.
Derived from Latin and means ‘charity’. A common form of this name is ‘Cherry’.
Also spelled ‘Charline’ is derived from the male form ‘Charles’.
A name which became popular in Europe after the sixteenth century. It comes from the Italian ‘Charlotta’ which is the feminine form of ‘Carlo’, the Italian for ‘Charles’.
The origin of this name is from a Greek word which means ‘fresh flower’. This name is mentioned in the Bible in Corinthians 1:11.
Also spelled ‘Christiana’. The female form of ‘Christian’.
Derived from ‘Christianus’ which is the Latin for ‘Christian’. There were a few saints of this name.The Spanish form of this name is ‘Cristina’.
A variant form of ‘Christina’.
The French version of ‘Clare’.
The origin of this name is a Latin word which means ‘shiny’. There were a few saints of this name.
The English version of ‘Clara’. This name became popular in later Christian periods.
The female version of the English name ‘Claude’. The origin of this name is from the Latin name Claudius’ which means ‘lame’.
Derived from the French name ‘Nicolette’ which is the diminutive of ‘Nicole’, the feminine version of ‘Nicolas’.
Originates from an Italian word meaning ‘dove’. It is also a name of a flower.
The female version of ‘Constantine’ and it originates from a Latin word which means ‘constancy’.‘Connie’ is a commonly used form of ‘Constance’.
The female version of ‘Cornelius’. There were a few saintly women of this name.