|I just realized I took a real-life photo of Ottilie's drawing ...|
Cassilda — Casilda, with one "S," is the name of a Catholic saint from Toledo (Spain, not Ohio ...) who was the daughter of a Muslim king. Such a pretty sound
Célérine — I've seen Celerie before, but I like this sweet version more. It's less veggie-fied, anyway
Cléonine — the Cléo variants were plentiful in this bunch, I picked this as my favorite along with ...
Cléophyre — ... which is really cool. Would the "phyre" be pronounced "feer" or "fire," though?
Cloviette — picturing a little clover here. Always looking for new "-ette" names
Cordula — this one has a great meaning: "heart"
Cyra — another saint name (Cordula is, too). I can see this one having some success on the charts. People like Tyra and Kyra, why not Cyra?
Calvis — thought this was a fun one, though I wonder if it'd just be confused for Calvin all the time
Casabon — isn't there a character in something named Casabon? Causabon? (Goes to Google ... ah, Middlemarch! Edward Casaubon, right, right. That was such a killer book.)
Cassédy — French cowboy? Cassady/Cassidy on a boy is one of my guilty pleasure names
Cathien — suited for a sci-fi novel, perhaps, but a strong sound and a nice way to honor a Catherine with a boy name
Célidor — this one stood out because it sounds like "cellar door"
Cléodor — I love Cléo- names on boys and this one is a sweet alternative to Theodore
Colet — the masculine form of Colette? I think it has a nice, sharp sound
Cordélias — swashbuckly, no?