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Caleb - Great!
Carsten - Trendy.
Camden - Also trendy.
Cameron - Not bad but pretty common.
Chase - I think it would be a cute nickname for a kid, but I wouldn't take an adult Chase seriously.
Clayton - Not too bad, not really trendy, but he would still blend in a lot.
Collin - I like the spelling Colin better, but it's a good name either way.
Conner - There are so many ways people spell it, he would have to correct people all the time. Kind of like Caitlin.
Cruz - Not really. It would forever be misspelled Cruise.
Cyan - It's a color.
Calla - Not bad at all.
Camille - Good!
Caprice - Not as good. It's very pretty, but it's the name of a car.
Charlotte - Very nice and classic!
Chloe - Also good.
Clare - Nice, I like both Clare and Claire.
Cora - Cute and classic. If you prefer it as a nickname there are plenty of "full names" that give the option, too.
I would choose from
C names are pretty nice. They can sound either crisp or soft, depending on the pronunciation, but either way they usually look nice written down too.
caleb- Love this one. Wish it wasn't so popular
carsten- Sorta sounds like Kiersten to me. Prefer Carter
cameron- Cute, but used for a girl a lot so I wouldn't use it for a boy
chase- Like it a lot
clayton- Too old fashioned sounding
collin- Its okay.
conner- Very cute
cruz- I like this a lot!
cyan- I don't even know if I'd pronounce it right
calla- Very pretty and feminine
camille- I like Calla a lot better
caprice- Cute. Capri would be a cute nn!
charlotte- sounds old fashioned, but def glamorous
clare- I prefer Claire spelling, but simple and classic
cora- Very sweet sounding.