Starting with CA
- cabbage bark
- cabbage palm
- cabbage palmetto
- cabbage tree
Starting with CE
- cebu city
- cebu maguey
- cecil blount demille
- cecil frank powell
- cecil j. rhodes
- cecil john rhodes
- cecil rhodes
- cecil scott forester
Starting with CH
- chaenomeles japonica
- chaenomeles speciosa
Starting with CI
- cibotium barometz
- cicer arietinum
- cichorium endivia
Starting with CL
- cladonia rangiferina
- cladrastis kentukea
- cladrastis lutea
- claes oldenburg
- claes thure oldenburg
- claim agent
- claim jumper
Starting with CN
- cnicus benedictus
- cnidoscolus urens
Starting with CO
- coal miner
- coal seam
Starting with CP
Starting with CR
- crab cactus
- crab grass
- crabby person
- crack shot
- crack willow
Starting with CS
Starting with CT
Starting with CU
- cub scout
- cuban bast
- cuban mahogany
- cuban spinach
- cubeb vine
Starting with CV
Starting with CY
- cy young
- cyamopsis psoraloides
- cyathea medullaris
Starting with CZ
Nouns that Start with C
When you first learned about the letter ‘C’, the noun “cat” was probably one of the first nouns that you learned about. But there are many other animals, places, and things whose names start with the letter ‘C’, and you will learn about some of them in this article. You will also learn about some of the most interesting emotions, events, and people whose names start with the letter ‘C’.
Nouns that start with C denoting emotions and feelings
Caprice: a sudden desire.
– It was not an act of personal caprice; the decision was unanimous and the jury decided that he should represent them.
Chagrin: strong feelings of embarrassment.
– After finishing in third place, John swallowed his chagrin and congratulated the winner and consoled himself “there’s always next time.”
Commiseration: a feeling of sympathy and sorrow for the misfortunes of others.
– Lots of people showed their commiseration to those who lost their loved ones in the catastrophic storm.
Compunction: a feeling of deep regret (usually for some misdeed).
– It’s unbelievable how the man showed no compunction after beating the woman, he deserves to go to jail.
Conscience: a feeling of shame when you do something immoral.
– His conscience would not let him steal the shoes.
Interesting Nouns with C
Cabochon: a highly polished gem that is cut convexly but without facets.
– Those cabochons and their amazing colors will look gorgeous in a necklace.
Caboodle: any collection in its entirety.
– She bought a fantastic make-up caboodle for fifty dollars!
Cenotaph: a monument built to honor people whose remains are interred elsewhere or whose remains cannot be recovered.
– The government built a cenotaph in memory of the victims of the war abroad.
Chipolata: a small thin sausage.
-I tried chipolatas for the first time during my stay in France.
Clout: (boxing) a blow with the fist.
-One of the boxers received a clout in his face and became unconscious for a couple of minutes.
Nouns that start with C referring to events
Calamity: an event resulting in great loss and misfortune.
– Indonesia suffered a big calamity, a tsunami that destroyed almost half of the country.
Cataclysm: an event resulting in great loss and misfortune.
– The recent fires created a cataclysm of big proportions.
Championship: a competition at which a champion is chosen.
– The championship was almost over, but the game was still tied.
Changeover: an event that results in a transformation.
– The company is planning a changeover period of two years.
Circumstance: a formal ceremony about important occasions.
– Her sweet sixteen birthday party was organized with all the circumstance of a princess.
Nouns that start with C referring to famous people
- C. W. Post: United States manufacturer of breakfast cereals and Postum (1854-1914).
– C.W. Post built a multimillion company based on breakfast cereals.
Capra: United States film maker (1897-1991).
– Frank Capra was famous for directing “It Happened One Night” featuring Clark Gable.
Cesar Ritz: Swiss hotelier who created a chain of elegant hotels (1850-1918).
– Cesar Ritz is still known as the “King of Hoteliers”.
Charles Digby Harrod: English merchant who expanded his father’s shop in London into a prestigious department store (1841-1905).
– Charles’ father would have never imagined that his son could be able to turn his shop into a symbol of prestige.
Collins: English writer noted for early detective novels (1824-1889).
– Michael Collins published around eighty mystery novels.