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Meaning of the Name Cara

The first name Cara is of Celtic, English, Latin, Italian origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Celtic: Friend
English: Feminine Variant of Charles: Manly
Latin: Doe; Beloved
Latin: Dearest
Italian: Dear, Darling
Italian: Dear, Beloved. from the Feminine Form of the Italian 'Cara' or the Latin 'Carus'
Italian: Good Friend

Similar Names

Caerau | Car | Careah | Carew | Carey | CarIo | Carr | Cary | Ccri | Chakra |

Related Names

Bran  (Arthurian Legend)
Father of Caradoc or Caradawc
Caradawc  (Arthurian Legend)
Son of Bran
Caradawg  (Welsh)
Legendary Father of Eudav
Caradoc  (Welsh)
Affection; Amiable. Famous Bearer: First Century British King Caradoc, Better Known As King Caractacus
Caradoc  (Arthurian Legend)
Son of Bran
Caradoc  (Welsh)
Beloved
Caradoc  (Celtic)
Beloved, Considerate, Sensitive, Chivalrous
Caradoc  (Celtic)
Dearly Loved
Caradog  (Welsh)
Variant of Caradoc: Affection; Amiable
Caraf  (Welsh)
Love
Caraid  (Irish)
Friend
Caraidland  (Scottish)
From the Land Between the Streams
Caralea  (Latin)
Beloved
Caralee  (Latin)
Beloved
Caralisa  (Latin)
Beloved
Caralyn  (English)
Feminine Variant of Charles: Manly
Caramichil  (Gaelic)
Friend of Saint Michael
Carina  (Italian)
Variant of Cara: Dear, Beloved. from the Feminine Form of the Italian 'Cara' or the Latin 'Carus'
Carita  (Italian)
Variant of Cara: Dear, Beloved. from the Feminine Form of the Italian 'Cara' or the Latin 'Carus'
Cartagh  (Irish)
Variant of Carthach: Loving. A Variant of Caradoc. The Irish St. Carthach, Also Known As St Carthage, Founded an Early Th Century Monastery at Lismore, County Waterford
Carthach  (Irish)
Loving. A Variant of Caradoc. The Irish St. Carthach, Also Known As St Carthage, Founded an Early Th Century Monastery at Lismore, County Waterford
Carthage  (Welsh)
Variant of Caradoc: Affection; Amiable
Carthage  (English)
The Anglicized Form of the Irish Carthach, Which is a Variant of Caradoc. The Irish St. Carthach, Also Known As St Carthage, Founded an Early Th Century Monastery at Lismore, County Waterford
Cawrdav  (Welsh)
Legendary Son of Caradawg
Eudav  (Welsh)
Legendary Son of Caradawg
Kara  (Italian)
Dear, Beloved. from the Feminine Form of Italian 'Cara' or the Latin 'Carus'
Karina  (Italian)
Dear, Beloved. from the Feminine Form of Italian 'Cara' or the Latin 'Carus'
Oscar  (English)
From the Old English Osgar, a Compound Name Composed of the Elements Os (A God) and Gar (Spear). Alternatively, There is an Irish Oscar, Which is Derived from the Gaelic Elements Os (A Deer) and Cara

Additional Names

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