Roman Boy & Girl Names

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Roman Names

Our collection of Roman baby names pertains to names of Roman Latin origin, the language spoken in ancient Rome and many parts of the Roman Empire. Who says Latin is a “dead” language? Not us! Roman Latin is still used in the creation of new words in modern languages of many different families, including English. Our name detail pages include gender and pronunciation, meaning, popularity info, notable namesakes and pop culture references about each name. Recall the days of Ancient Rome when you choose the perfect name for your baby from our list of Roman baby names.

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Name Gender Origin Meaning Rating
Candida Girl Latin Snowwhite; spotl...
Candra Both Latin Luminescent
Candria Girl Latin Luminescent
Caractacus Boy Welsh Beloved; amiable
Caratacus Boy Welsh Beloved; amiable
Cardea Girl Latin Door hinge
Carminea Girl Latin N/A
Carmineus Boy Latin N/A
Cassia Girl Hebrew Cinnamon-like bark
Cassian Boy Latin Empty; poor; rob...
Cassius Boy Latin Empty; poor; rob...
Catina Girl N/A N/A
Cato Both Latin Acute; shrewd
Ceres Girl Latin Grow
Chester Boy Latin Camp; fort
Cheston Boy Latin Camp; fort
Cicero Boy Latin Chickpea
Cincinnatus Boy Latin With curly hair
Claudia Girl Latin Disabled
Claudius Boy Latin Disabled
Clemens Boy Latin Merciful, mild, ...
Cloelia Girl Latin N/A
Concordia Girl Latin Concord; peace; ...
Constantina Girl Latin Steadfast
Constantine Boy Latin Steadfast
Coriolanus Boy Latin From Corioli
Cornelia Girl Latin Horn; horned
Cornelius Boy Latin Horn; horned
Corvin Boy English White castle
Corvinus Boy Latin Little raven