Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Pregnancy & ParentingBaby Names · 1 decade ago

Do you prefer C names or K names?

It seems like a lot of people turn names that should start with a C into names that start with a K. Like the Kardashians for example. What do you think? I prefer C names, I think they look better

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    These names I prefer with a C:

    Carly

    Caitlin

    Cadence

    Cailen

    Cassidy

    Catherine

    Crystal

    Clarice (cluh-reese)

    Clover

    Courtney

    Cate (not Kate)

    Connor

    Cade

    Caelan

    Cain

    Cadin

    Calix

    Callum (cal-um)

    Carlisle

    Casper

    Carter

    Cole

    Colton

    Culver

    Corey

    These names I prefer with a K:

    Kodie (not Cody)

    Kaila (not Cayla)

    Kasey (not Casey)

    Kiara (not Ceara)

    Kloe (not Chloe)

    Krista (not Christa)

    Kristian (not Christian)

    Kyra (not Chyra)

    Korey (not Corey)

    Kaleb (not Caleb)

    Kabe (not Cabe)

    Kalem (kay-lum) (not Cailum)

    Kash (not Cash)

    Kiron (not Ciaran)

    Krispin (not Crispin)

    As you may have noticed, my choice of K over C differs depending on the sex.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I like C names, unless the K name is supposed to be spelled with a K (for instance: Kendra, Kyle, Kelsey); but I hate it when people take C names like Chloe, Carly, Cassandra, and Calliope and change it into Khloe, Karly, Kassandra ... you get the idea.

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  • Definitely C names. They are beautiful and now underused.

    When a C name is spelled with a K, it makes the name look ugly.

    However I prefer Kate to Cate. Kate is the traditional spelling and is way prettier. Cate just looks wrong.

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  • 1 decade ago

    When C is a viable option, I usually go with that.

    However my all-time fave name for a girl is Kerensa. But, that is the original spelling so it works. Plus, to change it to a C it'd be Carensa or something and I don't like that at all.

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  • 1 decade ago

    It really varies for me.

    Some I prefer K, some I prefer C.

    Examples. I like:

    Kara

    Claire

    Cassandra/Kassandra (I love both)

    Chloe

    Courtney

    Kim

    Kaylee

    Corinne

    So yeah, just a few haha :)

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  • rowse
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    many times C names for boys (from the examples you have stated), and ok names for women. yet particularly it relies upon what the call is.. Like for a woman, i could rather Cassie than Kassie.. only relies upon :)

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  • it all depends on the name.

    Kate / Cate - Kate

    Kassidy / Cassidy - Cassidy

    Karen / Caren - Karen

    Chloe / Khloe - Chloe.. although i do like it with a K too.. it's different!

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  • 1 decade ago

    I prefer C. It looks nicer.

    Camden/Kamden

    Caden/Kaden

    Casey/Kasey

    Corinne/Korinne

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  • 1 decade ago

    I prefer C.

    Kameron/Cameron

    Casey/Kasey

    Khloe/Chloe

    Ciara/Keira - Ciara is pronounced the same See-air-uh, its the original irish spelling

    x

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  • Willow
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    i dont see what the big deal is.

    they both make the same sound.

    and they both like fine...to me.

    like my name for example.

    Carly

    Karli

    They both look nice to me. 50/50

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