Animal-related Names

Caesar

Ancient Roman name meaning hairy

CARNA

Roman myth name of a goddess of flesh, meaning horn This is the name from which the word carnal was derived. Also the myth name of a nymph who the god Janus fell in love with.

Cees

Variant of Dutch Kees, meaning horn

Cernunnos

Horned, antlered Celtic myth name of an antlered god of animals, fertility and the underworld, from Gaulish carnon/cernon, meaning horn, antler

Cesaire

French form of Roman Caesar, meaning hairy

Cesar

French and Spanish form of Roman Caesar, meaning "hairy."

Cesare

Italian form of Roman Caesar, meaning "hairy."

Cesarina

Feminine form of Italian Cesarino, meaning "hairy."

Cesarino

Pet form of Italian Cesare, meaning "hairy."

Cezar

Polish and Romanian form of Roman Caesar, meaning "hairy."

Cokkie

Dutch pet form of Roman Cornelia, meaning horn

Corneille

French form of Roman Cornelius, meaning horn

Cornel

Romanian form of Roman Cornelius, meaning "horn."

Cornelia

Feminine form of Roman Latin Cornelius, meaning horn

Cornelie

Feminine form of French Corneille, meaning horn

Cornelio

Portuguese form of Roman Cornelius, meaning "horn."

Cornelis

Dutch form of Roman Cornelius, meaning horn

Corneliu

Romanian form of Roman Cornelius, meaning "horn."

Cornelius

Roman biblical name of a Centurion who appears in Acts and who was directed by an angel to seek out Peter who converted him. Derived from Latin cornu, meaning horn

Cornell

Medieval form of Roman Cornelius, meaning horn

Cronos

Variant of Latin Cronus, possibly related to cornus horn

Cronus

Latin form of Greek Kronos, myth name of the Titan father of Zeus, possibly related to cornus, meaning horn

Esau

Biblical name of the son of Isaac and Rebekah, and twin brother of Jacob, meaning hairy

Isoke

African Nyoro name meaning hairy

Kai

Swedish variant of Scandinavian Kaja, meaning "pure."

Kaiser

German form of Roman Caesar, meaning "hairy."

Kaj

Swedish form of Scandinavian Kaja, possibly meaning "chicken, hen."

Kees

Dutch pet form of Roman Cornelius, meaning horn

Kerneels

South African Dutch form of Roman Cornelius, meaning horn

KornÉl

Hungarian form of Roman Cornelius, meaning "horn."

KornÉl

Hungarian form of Roman Cornelius, meaning "horn."

KornÉlia

Feminine form of Hungarian Kornél, meaning "horn."

KornÉlia

Feminine form of Hungarian Kornél, meaning "horn."

Korneli

Polish form of Roman Cornelius, meaning "horn."

Korneliusz

Polish form of Roman Cornelius, meaning "horn."

Kronos

Original Greek form of Latin Cronus, possibly meaning "horn."

Pantheras

"All to hunt; panther." Ancient Greek name derived from the word panther, itself composed of the elements pan "all" and therao "to hunt."
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