Cabbon, as though understanding
Cabul, displeasing; dirty
Caesar, one cut out, The surname for all Roman emperors described in the New Testament.
Caiphas, he that seeks with diligence, a searcher
Cain, possession, possessed; acquisition, fabrication
Cainan, Kenan, acquisition;
Calah, favorable; opportunity;
Calcol, nourishing
Caleb, a dog; a crow; a basket; bold, impetuous;
Caleb-Ephratah, see Ephratah
Calneh, our consummation
Calno, our consummation; altogether himself
Calvary, the place of a skull
Camon, his resurrection
Cana, zeal; jealousy; possession
Canaan, merchant; trader; or that humbles and subdues
Candace, who possesses contrition
Capernaum, the field of repentance; city of comfort
Caphtor, a sphere, buckle, or hand
Cappadocia, the same as Caphtor
Carcas, the covering of a lamb
Charchemish, a lamb; as taken away; withdrawn
Careah, bald; ice
Carmel, circumcised lamb; harvest; full of ears of corn
Carmi, my vineyard; lamb of the waters
Carpus, fruit; fruitful
Carshena, a lamb; sleeping
Casiphia, money; covetousness
Casluhim, hopes of life
Cedron, black; sad
Cenchrea, millet; small pulse
Cephas, a rock or stone
Cesar, a name applied to those who are born by Caesarean section
Chalcol, who nourishes, consumes, and sustains the whole
Chaldea, as demons, or as robbers
Charran, a singing or calling out
Chebar, force or strength
Chedorlaomer, roundness of a sheaf
Chelal, as night
Chelub, a basket
Chelluh, all
Chelubai, he altogether against me
Chemarims, black ones
Chemosh, handling; stroking; taking away
Chenaanah, broken in pieces
Chenani, my pillar
Chenaniah, preparation, or disposition, or strength, of the Lord
Chephirah, a young lion covered with his mane or a village protected by walls
Cheran, anger
Cherith, cutting; piercing; slaying
Chesed, as a devil, or a destroyer
Chesil, foolishness
Chesulloth, fearfulness
Chidon, a dart
Chiliab, totality; or the perfection of the father
Chilion, finished; complete; perfect
Chilmad, teaching or learning
Chimham, as they; like to them
Chios, open; opening
Chisleu, Cisleu, Casleu, rashness; confidence
Chislon, hope, trust
Chisloth-tabor, fears; purity
Chittem, those that bruise; gold
Chloe, green herb
Chorazin, the secret; here is a mystery
Chozeba, men liers in wait
Christ, anointed;90 The Anointed One;
Christian, The disciples were first called “Christians” at Antioch on the Orontes (Acts :). The name “Christian” appears in the New Testament at Acts :; Peter :. “Christian” occurs times in the New Testament (Acts :; :; Pet. :).9 Believers called0 The term “Christian” of the party of Christ “brethren,” “the faithful,” “elect,” “saints,” “believers,” to the followers of Jesus
Chun, making ready
Chushan-rishathaim, blackness of iniquities
Chuza, the seer or prophet
Cilicia, which rolls or overturns
Cis, same as Kish
Clauda, a lamentable voice
Claudia, Claudius, lame
Clement, mild; good; merciful
Cleophas, the whole glory
Cnidus, age
Colhozeh, every prophet
Colosse, punishment; correction
Coniah, strength of the Lord
Coos, top, summit
Corinth, Greece, which is satisfied; ornament; beauty
Cornelius, of a horn
Cosam, divining
Coz, a thorn
Cozbi, a liar; sliding away
Crescens, growing; increasing
Crete, carnal; fleshly
Crispus, curled
Cush, Cushan, Cushi, Ethiopians; blackness
Cuth, Cuthah, burning
Cyprus, fair; fairness
Cyrene, a wall; coldness; the floor
Cyrenius, who governs
Cyrus, as miserable; as heir, King of Persia; means the son of truth

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