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Meaning of the Name Cili

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The first name Cili is of Hungarian, Latin origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Hungarian: Hungarian Form of Cecilia Blind
Latin: Dim Sighted
Hungarian: Blind

Similar Names

Cal | Cale | Caly | Celio | Chill | Chilo | Cole | Coll | Caila | Cala |

Related Names

Antigonus  (Shakespearean)
'The Winter's Tale' Lord of Sicilia
Camillo  (Shakespearean)
'The Winter's Tale' Lord of Sicilia
Cecelia  (Latin)
Blind. Famous Bearer: the Blind St. Cecilie, Patron Saint of Music, Was a Talented Musician
Cecil  (English)
Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De Mille
Cecile  (French)
A French Form of Cecil, Derived from the Roman Clan Name Caecilius, Which is Based on the Latin Coccus Meaning 'Blind'
Cecile  (English)
Feminine Form of Cecil: Derived from the Roman Clan Name Caecilius, Which is Based on the Latin 'Coccus' Meaning 'Blind'
Cecile  (Latin)
Name of a Type of Lizard (Cecilia, Cell, Cele, Celia, Cicely, Celia, Cissy)
Cecilee  (Latin)
Blind. Famous Bearer: the Blind St. Cecilie, Patron Saint of Music, Was a Talented Musician
Cecilia  (Latin)
Blind. Famous Bearer: the Blind St. Cecilie, Patron Saint of Music, Was a Talented Musician
Cecilia  (English)
A Feminine Form of Cecil, Derived from the Roman Clan Name Caecilius, Which is Based on the Latin Coccus Meaning 'Blind'. This Name Was Introduced into Britain by One of the Daughters of William the C
Cecilia  (Swedish)
Blind
Cecilia  (Latin)
Blind, Other Forms are Cecily, Cicely, Sheila,Kind, Sensitive, Musical
Cecilia  (Latin)
Blind
Cecilie  (Latin)
Blind. Famous Bearer: the Blind St. Cecilie, Patron Saint of Music, Was a Talented Musician
Cecilie  (English)
Variant of Cecilia: a Feminine Form of Cecil, Derived from the Roman Clan Name Caecilius, Which is Based on the Latin 'Coccus' Meaning 'Blind'
Cecilio  (English)
Variant of Cecil: Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De M
Cecilio  (Italian)
Blind
Cecilius  (Dutch)
Blind
Cecille  (French)
From the Latin Cecilia Meaning Blind. The Blind St. Cecille - Patron Saint of Music - Was a Talented Musician
Cecillo  (English)
Variant of Cecil: Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De M
Cecillus  (English)
Variant of Cecil: Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De M
Cecily  (English)
Variant of Cecilia: a Feminine Form of Cecil, Derived from the Roman Clan Name Caecilius, Which is Based on the Latin 'Coccus' Meaning 'Blind'
Cecily  (Latin)
Blind. Famous Bearer: the Blind St. Cecilie, Patron Saint of Music, Was a Talented Musician
Ceil  (Latin)
Abbreviation of Cecilia: Blind
Cele  (Latin)
Abbreviation of Cecilia: Blind
Celia  (Latin)
From the Latin Caelia, Which is a Feminine Form of the Roman Clan Name Caelius, Meaning Heavenly, or of the Heavens. Also a Variant or Dimintitive of Cecilia. Famous Bearer: British Actress Dame Celia
Celie  (French)
Variant of Cecilia - Blind
Celio  (English)
Variant of Cecil: Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De M
Cicely  (English)
Variant of Cecilia: a Feminine Form of Cecil, Derived from the Roman Clan Name Caecilius, Which is Based on the Latin 'Coccus' Meaning 'Blind'
Cicely  (Latin)
From the Name Cecilia
Cicilia  (Latin)
Blind. The Blind St. Cecilie, Patron Saint of Music, Was a Talented Musician
Cicily  (Latin)
From the Name Cecilia
Cicily  (English)
From the Latin Cecilia: Blind. The Blind St. Cecilie - Patron Saint of Music - Was a Talented Musician
Cilicia  (Latin)
Ancient Province of Asia
Cilicia  (Biblical)
Which Rolls or Overturns
Cilla  (English)
A Diminutive of Priscilla Made Famous by S British Singer Cilia Black, Who Was Born Priscilla White
Cis  (English)
Diminutive of Christie: Diminutive of Any Name Begining With Christ-, for Example Christahel, Christian, or Christopher. Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ. Diminutive of Cecilia: a Feminine Fo
Ciss  (English)
Diminutive of Christie: Diminutive of Any Name Begining With Christ-, for Example Christahel, Christian, or Christopher. Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ. Diminutive of Cecilia: a Feminine Fo
Cissie  (English)
Diminutive of Christie: Diminutive of Any Name Begining With Christ-, for Example Christahel, Christian, or Christopher. Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ. Diminutive of Cecilia: a Feminine Fo
Cissy  (Latin)
From the Name Cecilia
Cissy  (English)
Diminutive of Christie: Diminutive of Any Name Begining With Christ-, for Example Christahel, Christian, or Christopher. Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ. Diminutive of Cecilia: a Feminine Fo
Cleomenes  (Shakespearean)
'The Winter's Tale' Lord of Sicilia
Dion  (Shakespearean)
'The Winter's Tale' Lord of Sicilia
Freda  (Welsh)
Diminutive of Winifred: Blessed Reconciliation
Leontes  (Shakespearean)
'The Winter's Tale' King of Sicilia
Leontes  (Shakespearean)
'The Winter's Tale' King of Sicilia
Loveday  (English)
Name Given to Children That are Born on a Love Day. A Love Day Was a Th Century Tradition - a Day Set Aside for Reconciliation and Settling of Disputes. Today, This Name is Found Occasionally As a Sur
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