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Variant of Caitlin.
Possibly a form of Caitríona.
Caitriona is an Irish and Scottish variant of Katherine.
Irish form of Katherine.
Scottish form of Katherine.
Roman variant of Gaius.
Variant of Kai.
Variant of Kaja.
English form of Caietanus.
Variant of Kajsa.
Short form of Calvin.
Calahan is a Celtic name, whose meaning is "one who loves churches".
Calandra originates in Greek language and is taken from the name of the Calandra Lark, a kind of bird.
From the name of a type of orchid, ultimately meaning "beautiful flower", derived from Greek καλος (kalos) "beautiful" and ανθος (anthos) "flower".
Elaborated form of Calanthe.
Means "bald" in Irish Gaelic.
Calder is both Gaelic as well as Old Norse in origin.
Calderon is a Spanish name, used most often as a surname.
Caldwell was originally an Old English surname whose meaning is "cold water source" like a well, a pool, a spring or even a stream.
Short form of Caleb.
Most likely related to Hebrew (kelev) meaning "dog".
Variant of Kaylee.
Means "violet (flower) " in Mapuche.
Calhoun is an Old English and Irish surname.
Means "little boot" in Latin.
Feminine form of Callistus.
Portuguese and Spanish form of Callistus.
Possibly from Latin calix meaning "wine cup".
Spanish and Portuguese feminine form of Calixtus.
French form of Calixtus.
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