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Meaning of the Name Chas

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The first name Chas is of English origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

English: Diminutive of Charles: from the Old English 'Ceorl' Meaning Man
English: Manly, Farmer

Similar Names

Cai | Cas | Case | Cash | Cass | Caw | Chace | Chago | Chai | Chaise |

Related Names

Acnes  (Latin)
Chaste
Acnes  (Greek)
Chaste
Adara  (Hebrew)
Chaste One
Adara  (Arabic)
Chaste One
Afaaf  (Muslim)
Variant of Afaf: Chaste. Virtuous. Decent. Pure
Afaf  (Muslim)
Chaste. Virtuous. Decent. Pure
Afeef  (Muslim)
Variant of Afif: Chaste. Modest
Afif  (Muslim)
Chaste. Modest
Aggie  (Greek)
Diminutive of Agnes: Poor, Poor, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'.
Agnes  (Greek)
She Who is Chaste
Agnes  (Greek)
Poor, Poor, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'.
Agnes  (English)
Chaste, Pure; Derived from the Greek Hagne, Which is from Hagnos (Chaste, Pure)
Agnes  (Scottish)
Chaste, Pure; Borrowed from Greek
Agneta  (Greek)
Variant of Agnes: Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Anis  (Greek)
Variant of the Greek Agnes, Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Annice  (Greek)
Variant of the Greek Agnes, Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Annis  (Greek)
Variant of the Greek Agnes, Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Annis  (Scottish)
Pure, Chaste; Form of Agnes. Variations: Annice, Annys. (An-nis)
Ariadne  (Greek)
Chaste, Very Holy. Ariadne Was Greek Mythological Daughter of King Minos of Crete Who Aided Theseus to Escape from the Cretan Labyrinth After Killing the Minotaur
Arianna  (Greek)
Variant of Ariadne: Chaste, Very Holy. Ariadne Was Greek Mythological Daughter of King Minos of Crete Who Aided Theseus to Escape from the Cretan Labyrinth After Killing the Minotaur
Arlane  (Greek)
Variant of Ariadne: Chaste, Very Holy. Ariadne Was Greek Mythological Daughter of King Minos of Crete Who Aided Theseus to Escape from the Cretan Labyrinth After Killing the Minotaur
Cainan  (Biblical)
Possessor, Purchaser
Calchas  (Shakespearean)
'The History of Troilus and Cressida' a Trojan Priest, Taking Part With the Greeks
Calchas  (Greek)
A Seer
Calchas  (Latin)
A Prophet
Candra  (Greek)
Pure and Chaste
Chaise  (English)
Variant of Chase: Hunter
Chas chunk a  (Native American)
Wave (Winnebago)
Chase  (English)
Hunter
Chase  (French)
Hunter. Origin: Old French
Chase  (English)
Huntsman
Chasen  (English)
Huntsman
Chash-chunk-a  (Native American)
Wave
Chasid  (Hebrew)
Devout
Chasidah  (Hebrew)
Pious
Chasiel  (Hebrew)
God's Refuge
Chasin  (Hebrew)
Strong
Chasity  (Latin)
Purity; Innocence
Chaska  (Native American)
Sioux Name Given to the First Son Born
Chason  (Hebrew)
Variant of Chasin: Strong
Chassidy  (American)
Not Available
Chasta  (Latin)
Purity; Innocence
Chastina  (Latin)
Purity; Innocence
Chastine  (Latin)
Purity; Innocence
Chastity  (Latin)
Purity; Innocence
Chastity  (English)
Purity
Chasud  (Hebrew)
Variant of Chasid: Devout
Chasya  (Hebrew)
Shelter
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