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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Cadon
Cador

Nephew of Arthur

Arthurian Legend

Caduceus

Greek

Cadwallader

“The battle strategist,” from the Welsh cad (a battle) and gwaladr (an arranger ).

Welsh

Cadwallon

Name of a king

Anglo-Saxon

Cadyn
Caecilius
Caeden
Caedmon

Poet

Anglo-Saxon

Caedon

German surname which is derived from a place-name meaning fen" (marshy land)"""

German

Caedwalla

Name of a king

Anglo-Saxon

Caedyn
Cael

English

Caelan

Gaelic

Caeleb
Caelen
Caelin
Caellum

Unknown

Celtic

Caelum

Chisel

Latin

Caerd

Traveling metalsmith; tinker, worker with tin

Scottish

Caerleon

Name of a battle site

Arthurian Legend

Caersewiella

Lives at the watercress spring

English

Caerwyn

Love, fair, blessed

Welsh

Caesar

Head of hair

Latin

Caesarius
Caeson
Caezar

Head of hair

Latin

Cafall

Arthur's dog

Arthurian Legend

Caffar

Helmet

Irish

Caflice

Brave

Anglo-Saxon

Cage
Cagney

Descendant of the advocate

Irish

Cahal
Cahan

Little battler

Irish

Cahir

Wamor

Irish

Cahya

The Light

Indonesian

Cai

Rejoice; happy, rejoice

Latin

Caidan

Companion

Arabic

Caide

Round, lumpish; cask

French

Caiden

Son of Cadan

American

Caidin

Companion

Arabic

Caidon

Companion

Arabic

Caidyn
Caile

English

Cailean

Battle; rock; young creature

Scottish

Caileb
Cailey

Lean, slight

Irish

Cailin

Gaelic

Caillen

Virile

Scottish

Caillou