Calla gets its nature tie from the beautiful calla lily flowers. Calla is Greek meaning beautiful.
A lovely was to get to “Cam,” Camellia is a genus of flowering plants.
A Spanish word name, canyon is a deep grove which often has a river flowing through it. An adventurous choice.
Caraway is a plant often used as a spice. Caraway is also known as meridian fennel and Persian cumin.
Cassia is a tree name and a form of cinnamon. Cassia is the feminine form of the Greek Cassius.
A strong English tree name and Biblical word name.
A fruit and tree name that now has more of a rockabilly vibe.
A bit of a mouthful, though fun to say, Chrysanthemum is a flower native to Northeastern Europe and Asia.
Citron has a futuristic sound in English, though it means lemon in French. Citron is a large fragrant citrus fruit with a thick rind.
Clay is an English word for rich earth composed of several minerals. Clay currently ranks at Number 697 in the U.S.
A French, feminine form of Clement, meaning merciful, Clementine doubles as a nature name. Clementine is a citrus fruit and a name getting attention, currently ranked at Number 744.
Cliff is a topographical name but can also be short for names such as Clifford, Clifton, and Heathcliff.
Clove is an aromatic flower used as a spice. Clove got a bit of attention as a name after appearing in The Hunger Games.
A lucky little plant name perfect for a Saint Patrick’s Day baby!
Coral is a beautiful formation of marine invertebrates. Coral doubles as a color name for its bright orange-pink hue.
Cooper is a natural metal and a golden-brown color.
A small sheltered bar, Cove is a name on many name enthusiasts list!
A stream or brook that feeds to a river. This aquatic name may remind you of Russell Brand’s character is Trolls.
A gemstone name. Crystal was all the rage in the 80’s, today she ranks at Number 644 in popularity.
A great tree name that easily lends itself to the nickname Cy.
Would you use any of these for your bouncing babe?