When it comes to naming your baby, parents can be inspired by so many things, be it nature, culture, family heritage or even a single letter. And in this case, that letter is “C”! Perhaps you want all siblings to share the same first letter, or you just like the look of a “C”. Check out our list of unisex C-baby names below:
The name Chris can mean a few things, including “anointed”. It’s a classic C-name that suits any baby.
The name Cairo means victorious one and is of Arabic origin. This unisex C- baby name is also a city in Egypt.
The Irish Gaelic meaning translates to”vigilant” or “watchful”, making it a great possible first child name.
This unisex C- baby name is of Scottish origin and means, “crooked nose”. While the meaning may not be the most ideal, remember a name is about how it makes you feel.
Cypress is of Greek origin and represents the cypress tree. Looking for more gender neutral name inspo? Check out our full list here!
Cadyn is a more modern, invented name. So, it could make a great name choice for parents looking for unique or unconventional monikers.
Meaning free person, Charley is a super sweet gender neutral baby name option. It could also be spelled Charlie.
Cory is an English name, which means from the round hill, seething pool, or ravine. If this gender neutral baby name takes you to a peaceful place, it could be a good contender.
Meaning small slope or hillside, similar to the above Cory, Coty is of French origin. It’s also a short and sweet, 4-letter baby name.
Cyan is also a color baby name, and represents a light, blue-green hue. It is sought to be of American origin.
Unisex C-Baby First and Middle Name Combinations: We think the below combos all embrace the right amount of “C” alliteration. Looking for other baby names to complete your C-name? Check out our hippie baby name and rustic baby name lists too.
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