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Calyda warm, loving ... origin is Spanish ... derivative of Calida ... not frequently used as a baby girl ...

Calydah warm, loving ...The origin of Calydah is Spanish ... variant transcription of Calida ...

Calydona from Scotland ... derived from Latin origins ... form of Caledonia ... not commonly used as a baby girl ...

Calydora gift of beauty ... origin is Old Greek ... derivative of Callidora ... not popular as a baby name for girls ...

Calygenia daughter born with beauty ... origin is Old Greek ... derivative of Calligenia ...

Calyn pure; torture ... origin is varied and it is predominantly used in ... form of Caitlin ...

Calynda lark; the sun ... language of origin is Old Greek ... form of Calandra ... an uncommon baby girl name ...

Calynn likes to talk; pure; torture ... primarily used in the English language ... form of Caitlin ...

Calypso conceal ... language of origin is Old Greek ... a rarely used baby name for girls ...

Calyse a gorgeous woman ... origin is Old Greek ... form of Calise ... not regularly used as a baby name for ...

Calysta most beautiful ... language of origin is Old Greek ... variation of Callista ... an unusual baby girl name ...

Calysto most beautiful ...The origin of Calysto is the Old Greek language ... variation of Callisto ...

Cam sweetness, like an orange; crooked ... of Celtic, Latin, and Vietnamese origin ... contracted form of Cameron ...

Cama acolyte, attendant at a ritual ... used chiefly in Spanish and its origin is ... variant of Camilla ...

Camala acolyte, attendant at a ritual; ... primarily used in the English and ... form of Camilla ...

Camalot origin is English ... variant of Camelot ... not often used as a baby girl name ...

Caman from the islands ... of English origin ... form of Cayman ... not widely used as a baby name for ...

Camanne from the islands ... language of origin is English ... variant transcription of Cayman ...

Camara crooked nose ... has its origins in the Celtic language and ... form of Cameron ... not in the top 1000 names ...

Camaran crooked nose ...has its origins in the Celtic language ... variant form of Cameron ...