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Meaning of the Name Candi

98 names found for "Candi"   (page 1 of 2) 

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The first name Candi is of Spanish origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Spanish: Variant of Candida. Bright; Glowing White

Similar Names

Cant | Chand | Chanda | Chanti | Candida | Candide | Candie | Candy | Chandi | Cinda |

Related Names

Aulay  (Norse)
Variant of Olaf: Relic; Ancestral Heritage. St. Olaf is the Patron Saint of Norway, and There Were Many Kings in Scandinavia Named Olaf
Blanche  (Teutonic)
White, Unaffected, Candid, Animated
Brandice  (American)
Combination of Brandi and Candice
Candace  (Hebrew)
Famous Bearer: American Actress Candice Bergen
Candace  (Greek)
Full of Light, Glowing (Candice, Candia, Candied, Candy, Candy, Candice)
Candice  (Hebrew)
Famous Bearer: American Actress Candice Bergen
Candice  (Greek)
Fire White
Candice  (Latin)
Shining
Candice  (Greek)
Sparkling
Candice  (English)
Variant of Candace: Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Candid  (American)
Hidden
Candida  (Latin)
Dazzling White. Bright, Glowing White. Derived from the Feminine of the Latin Adjective Meaning White. Famous Bearer: George Bernard Shaw's Play 'Candida'
Candida  (Latin)
Pure, Bright
Candida  (Spanish)
Pure or White
Candide  (Latin)
Pure, Bright
Candide  (French)
Bright; Glowing White. Also Sweet
Candide  (Latin)
Dazzling White
Candie  (American)
Bright, Sweet
Candie  (Spanish)
Variant of Candida. Bright; Glowing White
Candiss  (English)
Variant of Candace: Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Candy  (Latin)
Diminutive of Candida: Dazzling White. Bright, Glowing White. Derived from the Feminine of the Latin Adjective Meaning White. Famous Bearer: George Bernard Shaw's Play 'Candida'
Candy  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Candace: Famous Bearer: American Actress Candice Bergen
Eric  (Scandinavian)
Ever Kingly. in Scandinavian Legend the Viking Sea Rover Ericson: (Son of Eric the Red) Landed on the Shores of America Years Before Christopher Columbus
Erick  (Scandinavian)
Ever Kingly. in Scandinavian Legend the Viking Sea Rover Ericson: (Son of Eric the Red) Landed on the Shores of America Years Before Christopher Columbus
Erik  (Scandinavian)
Ever Kingly. in Scandinavian Legend the Viking Sea Rover Ericson: (Son of Eric the Red) Landed on the Shores of America Years Before Christopher Columbus
Eriq  (French)
Variant of Scandinavian Eric 'Ever Kingly.' Actor Eriq La Salle
Ewind  (Scandinavian)
From the Island of the Wends (The Wends Were an Ancient Scandinavian Tribe)
Fenris  (Scandinavian)
Figure in Scandinavian Mythology
Guyapi  (Native American)
Candid
Hilda  (German)
Variant of Hildegarde: Battle. Glorious, Warfare. in Scandinavian Mythology Hildegard Was a Valkyrie Sent by Odin to Escort Battle Heroes to Valhalla
Hildagarde  (German)
Variant of Hildegarde: Battle. Glorious, Warfare. in Scandinavian Mythology Hildegard Was a Valkyrie Sent by Odin to Escort Battle Heroes to Valhalla
Hildegard  (German)
Variant of Hildegard: Battle. Glorious, Warfare. in Scandinavian Mythology Hildegard Was a Valkyrie Sent by Odin to Escort Battle Heroes to Valhalla
Hildegarde  (German)
Battle. Glorious, Warfare. in Scandinavian Mythology Hildegard Was a Valkyrie Sent by Odin to Escort Battle Heroes to Valhalla
Hulda  (German)
Variant of Hildegard: Battle. Glorious, Warfare. in Scandinavian Mythology Hildegard Was a Valkyrie Sent by Odin to Escort Battle Heroes to Valhalla
Hylda  (German)
Variant of Hildegard: Battle. Glorious, Warfare. in Scandinavian Mythology Hildegard Was a Valkyrie Sent by Odin to Escort Battle Heroes to Valhalla
Igor  (Russian)
Warrior of Peace. Ing's Warrior (Ing Was the Norse God of Peace and Fertility). from the Scandinavian Name Ingyar. Famous Bearer: Russian Composer Igor Stravinsky
Ingram  (Scandinavian)
Raven of Peace; Ing's Raven. Ing Was a Mythological Scandinavian Hero
Iomhair  (Gaelic)
Archer, Bow Warrior; a Gaelic Form of Ivor, a Scottish Variant of the Scandinavian Ivar, a Compound Name Composed of the Old Norse Elements Yr (Yew, Bow) and Herr (Warrior, Army). Variations: Imhear,
Ivor  (Scottish)
Archer, Bow Warrior;A Scottish Form of Ivar, a Name Introduced by Scandinavian Settlers. it is Derived from the Old Norse Elements Yr (Yew, Bow) and Herr (Warrior, Army). Imhear, Lomhair, and Lomhar a
Khristeen  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
Khristen  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
Khristin  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
Khristina  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
Khristine  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina 'Christian'
Khristine  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
Khristyana  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
Khristyna  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
Khrystina  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
Khrystyn  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
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