C names, Female, Male, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Cameron

Cameron comes from a Scottish surname meaning "crooked nose" or "hook nose" from Gaelic elements cam (crooked) and sron (nose). It's also a habitational surname from any place called Cambrun which seems to come from a different source, meaning "crooked hill" from Gaelic cam (crooked) and brun (hill). Nicknames: Cam, Cammy/Cammie Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Camron (English) Kameron (English) Kamron (English) Camren… Continue reading Cameron

Arthurian legends & myths, C names, Earth, Elements, Male, Nature, Place names, Proto-Celtic, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes, Water

Camelot

Camelot is the name of King Arthur's realm. The origin of its etymology is unknown. Some sources cite it as being a corruption of Camlann, the site of the final battle between Arthur and Mordred. The name might derive from *Cambo-landa meaning “crooked land” or *Cambo-glannameaning “crooked bank (of a river), from Proto-Celtic *kambos (crooked) and either Old Irish lann (land) or Gaulish glanna (bank “of… Continue reading Camelot

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Camber

Camber is the name of the legendary first king of Cambria, which is the Latin name for Wales. The name comes from Welsh Cymro, the plural form of Cymry meaning "Welshman" or "compatriot" from Proto-Brythonic *kumroɣ. Camber is also a word that refers to a slight upward curve or arch of a surface. The origin of that word comes from Old… Continue reading Camber

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Camlann

Camlann comes from the legends of King Arthur, the name of a place and the final battle of King Arthur in which he either dies there, killed by Mordred, or was fatally wounded. The name might be derived *Cambo-landa meaning "crooked land" or *Cambo-glanna meaning "crooked bank (of a river), from Proto-Celtic *kambos (crooked) and either Old Irish lann (land) or Gaulish glanna (bank… Continue reading Camlann