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Kabiito Born when foreigners visited. Kabito, Kabyto Rutooro
Kabil Spear gatherer. Kabyl Turkish, Hebrew
Kabir Great, History. Kabyr, Kadbar, Khabir Arabic
Kabonesa Baby of a difficult birth. Kabonesah Rutooro
Kabr Grass Hindi
Kacancu First-born child. Rukonjo
Kacey Brave Kace, Kacee, Kacy, Kaecee, Kaecey,
Kaeci, Kaecie, Kaecy, Kaesee, Kaesy, Kaesi, Kaesie, Kaesy, Kaicee,
Kaicey, Kaici, Kaicie, Kaicy, Kase, Kasee, Kasey, Kasi, Kasie, Kasym
KC, K.C.
Irish
Kadar Powerful Kader, Kadir, Kador, Kadyr Arabic
Kade From the wetlands. Cade, Cadee, Caed, Caid, Caide, Cayd,
Cayde, Kadee, Kaed, Kaid, Kaide, Kayd, Kayde, Kaydee
Scottish
Kadeem Servant Kadim, Kadym, Khadeem Arabic; African
Kadin Friend Kadan, Kaden, Kadon,
Kadyn
Arabic
Kadir Spring Kadeer, Kadyr Arabic
Kadish Holy; Sacred Kadysh Aramaic
Kadmiel God first Kadmiel Hebrew
Kado Gateway Japanese
Kadumba Waterfall Australian Aboriginal
Kael

“KAY-el”

Mighty warrior, Strong. A
short form of Kaelan, uncertain.
Kail, Cael Gaelic
Kaelan

“KAY-lan”

Uncertain, Powerful warrior. Caelan, Kaelen, Kaelin, Kaelon,
Kaelyn, Kailan, Kailen, Kailin, Kailyn, Kalan, Kalen, Kalin, Kalon,
Kalyn, Kaylan, Kaylen, Kaylin, Kaylon
Gaelic
Kaemoon Joyful Kaimon, Kaymon Japanese
Kafele Worth dying for. Ngoni
Kafir Unbeliever Kafyr Arabic
Kaga Writer Kagah Native American
Kahale Home Kahail, Kahayl Hawaiian
Kahana Priest Kahanah, Kahanna, Kahannah Hawaiian
Kahil Young, Naive. Kahleel, Kahleil, Kahlill, Kahyl,
Kalel, Kalil, Kalyl
Turkish
Kaho Reed; Arrow. Tongan; Polynesian
Kaholo Runner Hawaiian
Kahua Sea Kahauah Hawaiian
Kai Willow tree; To forgive;
Keeper of keys; See
Cai Native American;
Japanese; Welsh; Hawaiian
Kaidan Friend Kaiden, Kaidon, Kaidin Arabic
Kaihau Chief Polynesian
Kaikara A God. Kaikarah Runyoro
Kailao War dance. Kaelo, Kaylo Tongan
Kailen Might warrior. Kaelan, Kaelen, Kaelin, Kaellan,
Laellen, Kaellin, Kaellon, Kaellyn, Kaelon, Kaelyn, Kailan, Kallan,
Kallen, Kallin, Kallon, Kallyn, Kaylan, Kaylin, Kayllan, Kayllen,
Layllin, Kayllon, Kayllyn, Kaylon, Kaylyn
Irish
Kaili A god. Kaelea, Kaeleah, Kaelee, Kaeleigh,
Kaeley, Kaeli, Kaelie, Kaely, Kailea, Kaileah, Kailee, Kaileigh,
Kailey, Kailie, Kaily, Kaylea, Kayleah, Kaylee, Kaylei, Kayleigh,
Kayli, Kaylie, Kayly
Hawaiian
Kain Spear thrower Cain, Caine, Cayn, Cayne, Kayn, Kayne Hawaiian
Kaine Beautiful; Tribute;
Eastern sky; Golden.
Caen, Cain, Caine, Cane,
Cayn, Cayne, Kaen, Kahan, Kain, Kainan, Kaine, Kainen, Kane, Kaney,
Kayn, Kayne
Welsh; Irish; Hawaiian;
Japanese
Kainga Relative Kaynga Tongan
Kaipo Sweet heart. Kaypo Hawaiian
Kaiser Hairy Kayser Bulgarian
Kaivai Mariner, Sea worker. Kaivay, Kayvai, Kayvay Tongan
Kaivao Wild Kayvao Tongan
Kaj Earth Kai Danish
Kaka Climb Kakah Tongan
Kakaea Tall Kakaeah Tongan
Kakaio God will remember. Hawaiian
Kakana Power Kakanah Hawaiian
Kakar Grass Hindi
Kakau Swim Polynesian
Kala Sun; Black, Time. Kalah Hawaiian; Hindi
Kalama Torch Kalam, Kalamah Hawaiian
Kalameli Caramel Kalamelie, Kalamely Tongan
Kalan Warrior. A form of Kailen. Kaelan, Kaelen, Kaelin, Kaellan,
Kaellen, Kaellin, Kaellon, Kaellyn, Kaelon, Kaelyn, Kailan, Kallan,
Kallen, Kallin, Kallon, Kallyn, Kaylin, Kaylan, Kayllan, Kayllen,
Kayllin, Kayllon, Kayllyn, Kaylon, Kaylyn
Irish
Kalani Heaven, Chief. Kalan, Kalanee, Kalaney, Kalanie,
Kalany
Hawaiian
Kalat Castle Kalatt Arabic
Kalauka Weak. A form of Claude. Hawaiian, Latin
Kalawina Bald Hawaiian
Kalden Of the golden age. Tibetan
Kale Naive Kael, Kaelea, Kaeleah, Kaelee,
Kaeleigh, Kaeli, Kaelie, Kaely, Kalea, Kaleah, Kalee, Kaleigh, Kaleu, Kale, Kali,
Kalie, Kalin, Kayl, Kayle, Kaylea, Kayleah, Kaylee, Kayleigh, Kayley,
Kayli, Kaylie, Kayly
Arabic
Kalea Happy Kaleah, Kalee, Kalei, Kaleigh, Kaley, Kali,
Kalie, Kaly
Hawaiian
Kaleb Dog. Brave. Kaelab, Kaeleb, Kailab, Kalab, Kalb, Kale, Kalev, Kalib, Kalyb, Kaylab, Kayleb, Kilab, Kylab,
Caleb, Galip
Hebrew; Arabic; Turkish
Kalechi Praise to God. Nigerian
Kalen Naive Kaelan, Kaelen, Kaelin, Kaelon,
Kaelyn, Kailan, Kailen, Kailin, Kailon, Kailyn, Kalan, Kalin, Kalon,
Kalyn, Kaylan, Kaylen, Kaylin, Kaylon, Kaylyn, Len, Leni, Lenie,
Leny
Arabic
Kaleo Voice Caleo Hawaiian
Kalepa Faith Kalepah Hawaiian
Kalevi Hero Kalevee, Kalevey, Kalevie,
Kalevy
Finnish
Kalhana Poet Kalhanah Hindi
Kalid Eternal, Everlasting. Kalyd Arabic
Kalikau Athlete Polynesian
Kalil Good friend. Kahaleel, Kahlil, Kalyl Arabic
Kalinga Bird Kalingah Hindi
Kalino Brilliant Hawaiian
Kaliq Creative Kalique, Kaliqu, Kalique, Khaliq,
Khaliqu, Khalique
Arabic
Kalkin Tenth-born child. Kalkyn Hindi
Kalle Strong, Courageous;
Farmer.
Kale English, Scandinavian
Kallen Mighty warrior. Kalan, Kalen, Kalin, Kallan, Kallin,
Kallon, Kallun, Kallyn, Kalon, Kalun, Kalyn
Irish
Kalmin Man Kalman, Kalmen, Kalmon,
Kalmyn
Scandinavian
Kaloosh Blessed event. Armenian
Kamaha Asleep Kamahah Hawaiian
Kamaka Face Kamakah Hawaiian
Kamakani Wind Kamakanee, Kamakaney, Kamakanie, Kamakany Hawaiian
Kamal Lotus; The
perfect one, Perfection.
Kamaal, Kameel, Kamel, Kamil, Kamyl Hindi; Arabic
Kamar Moon Kumr Arabic
Kamau Quiet warrior. Kikuyu
Kambara Crocodile Kambarah Australian Aboriginal
Kamekona Strength Hawaiian
Kameron Crooked
nose.
Kameren, Kamerin, Kameryn Celtic
Kami Loving Kamee, Kamey, Kamie, Kamy Hindi
Kamilo Ceremonial attendant.;
Freedom
Camillo, Camilo, Kamillo, Kamyllo, Kamylo Tongan, French
Kamoku Island Hawaiian
Kamuela His name is God, Asked for. A form of
Samuel.
Kamuelah, Kamuele Hawaiian, Hebrew
Kamuzu Medicine Ngoni
Kana Powerful Kanah Japanese
Kanai Winner Hawaiian
Kanale From the stony meadow. A form of
Stanley.
Kanal Hawaiian
Kanaloa A God. Hawaiian
Kane Honour,
tribute; Beautiful; Golden; Eastern sky.
Caen, Cain, Caine, Cane, Cayn, Cayne,
Kaen, Kahan, Kain, Kainan, Kaine, Kainen, Kaney, Kayn, Kayne
Irish, Gaelic; Welsh; Japanese;
Hawaiian
Kang Healthy Chinese
Kanga Kangaroo Australian Aboriginal
Kangan To cut. Australian Aboriginal
Kangi Raven Kanga, Kange, Kangee, Kangie, Kangy Lakota Sioux
Kaniel Stalk Kaniell, Kannyel, Kanyel Hebrew
Kanji Tin Japanese
Kanku Boy Australian Aboriginal
Kanoa Freedom Kanoah Polynesian
Kantu Happy Hindi
Kanu Wild cat. Swahili
Kanute Race Canute, Cnut, Cnute, Knud, Knut,
Note, Nute, Nutkin
Old Norse
Kanya Rock Kania, Kaniah, Kanyah Australian Aboriginal
Kanye Unbreakable, Strong. Zulu
Kaori Strength Kaoru Japanese
Kapali Cliff Kapalee, Kapalie, Kapaly Hawaiian
Kapeni Knife Kapanee, Kapenie, Kapeny Malawian
Kapila Ancient prophet Kapil, Kapill, Kapilla, Kapyla,
Kapylla
Hindi
Kapo Self taught. Tongan
Kapono Righteous Kapena Hawaiian
Karam Charitable Kareem, Karim, Karym Arabic
Kardal Mustard seed. Kardel Arabic
Kare Enormous Karee Norwegian
Kareem Noble, Exalted, Generous. Karim Arabic
Karel A form of Charles, manly. Dutch
Karey From the rocky island; Purity. Carey, Karee, Kari, Karree, Karrey,
Karri, Karrie, Karry, Kary
Welsh; Greek
Karif Born in autumn/fall. Kariff, Karrif, Karriff Arabic
Karik Carrick, Karrick, Karrik
Karim Noble, Exalted. Kareem Arabic
Karl Strong, Courageous;
Farmer.
Carl, Carle, CKaarl,
Kaarle, Kaarlo, Kale, Kalle, Kalman, Karcsi, Karel, Karlen, Karlitis,
Karlo, Karlos, Karlow, Karlton, Karius, Karol, Kjell
English; German
Karlif Born in autumn/fall. Kareef, Karlyf Arabic
Karlisa Herder Karlisah, Karlysa, Karlysah Runyankore
Karma A star. Tibetan
Karmai Spear Karma, Karmae, Karmay Australian Aboriginal
Karnak Heart Hindi
Karney Winner Karnee, Karni, Karnie, Karny Irish
Karnik Control Karnika Hindi
Karr Marsh Scandinavian
Karsten Annointment Christina, Karstan, Karstein, Karstin,
Karston,
Karstyn, Kristian
Greek
Karu Cousin Karun Hindi
Kaseem Divided Kasceem, Kaseym, Kasim, Kazeem Arabic
Kaseko One who teases or ridicules Zimbabwean, Rhodesian
Kasem Happy Kaseme Thai
Kasen Helmet, Head protection. Kasan, Kasin< Kason, Kasyn Basque
Kasey Brave Kace, Kacee, Kacy, Kaecee, Kaecey,
Kaeci, Kaecie, Kaecy, Kaesee, Kaesy, Kaesi, Kaesie, Kaesy, Kaicee,
Kaicey, Kaici, Kaicie, Kaicy, Kase, Kasee, Kasey, Kasi, Kasie, Kasym
KC, K.C.
Irish
Kashim Fighter Japanese
Kasi Bright Kasee, Kasey, Kasie, Kasy Hindi
Kasib Fertile Kasyb Arabic
Kasim Controller
of Anger; Divided.
Kasym African; Arabic
Kasimir Commander of peace. Kasimyr, Kasymir, Kasymyr Slavic
Kasiya Separate Kasiyah Ngoni
Kaspar Guardian of the treasure. A form of
Casper.
Caspar, Casper, Caspir, Caspor,
Caspyr, Kaspar, Kaspir, Kaspor, Kaspyr
Persian
Kass Black bird. Kaese, Kasch, Kase German
Kassidy Clever, Curly-haired. Cassidy, Kassadee, Kassadey, Kassadi,
Kassadie, Kassady, Kassedy, Kassidee, Kasidey, Kassidi, Kassidie,
Kassydee, Kassydey, Kassydi, Kassydie, Kassydy
Irish
Katala Large fish, Sea
Monster; Spoon
Kutali Sanskrit; Greek
Kateb Writer Arabic
Kato Second born of twins. Runyankore
Katoa Completed Katoah Polynesian
Katode Bringer of joy. Kaiode Yoruba
Katriel God is my crown; Peace. Katryel Hebrew; Arabic
Katungi Wealthy Katungie, Katungy Runyankore
Kaufman Merchant, Trader. Kaufmann German
Kaukau Surfer Tongan
Kaul Trusted Arabic
Kaulana Famous Kaulanah Hawaiian
Kaulo Borrower Hawaiian
Kauri Forest tree. Kauree, Kaurie, Kaury Polynesian
Kava Beard Kavah Tongan
Kavan Handsome Cavan, Caven, Cavin, Cavon, Cavun,
Cavyn, Kavanagh, Kaven, Kavenaugh, Kavin, Kavon, Kavun, Kavyn
Irish
Kavanagh Kevin’s follower, Follower of the
handsome one.
Cavanagh, Kavenagh Irish
Kaveh Ancient hero. Kava, Kavah Persian
Kavi Poet Kavee, Kavey, Kavie, Kavy Hindi
Kavindra God of poets. Kavindrah Hindi
Kawika Beloved. A form of David. Kawyka Hawaiian, Hebrew
Kay Purity Cai, Kai (Welsh), Kayde, Kayden,
Kayle, Kaylen, Kaylid, Kayne, Kaynen
Greek
Kayam Stable Hebrew
Kayden Fighter Slavic
Kayin Celebrated; Long hoped-for child. Kaiyan, Kaiyen, Kaiyin, Kaiyon, Kayan,
Kayen, Kayon
Nigerian; Yoruba
Kayinga Great warrior. Kaionga Runyankore
Kayle Faith Kaile Hebrew
Kazuo Peace Japanese
Kaylen See Callan
Kayne Possession, Spear;
Tribute. A form of Cain.
Caen, Caene, Cainan, Caine, Caineth,
Cayn, Cayne, Cayneth, Kain, Kayn
Hebrew; Gaelic
Kaz Cassius
Kazuo Peace Japanese
Ke Handsome one from birth, Gentle. A
short form of Kevin.
Kei, Keigh, Key Irish
Keahi Flames Hawaiian
Keal Ridge Keal, Keale, Keel, Keele Old Norse
Kealoha Fragrance; Perfume Ke’ala, Keala, Kealoha, Kealohah,
Keela, Keelah
Hawaiian
Keane Keen; Sharp Kean, Kanan, Keanen,
Keen, Keene, Kienan, Kienen, Keyan, Keyen, Keyin, Keyon, Kian, Kien,
Cian
Old English
Keanu Sea breeze Keani, Keanie, Keany Hawaiian
Kearn Dark-haired Kearne, Kern, Kerne, Kerrn, Kerrne Irish
Keaton From the town where hawks
fly
Keatan, Keaten, Keatin, Keatun,
Keatyn, Keetan, Keeten, Keetin, Keeton, Keetun, Keetyn, Keitan, Keiten,
Keitin, Keiton, Keitun, Keityn, Keytan, Keyten, Keytin, Keyton, Keytun, Keytyn
English
Keaziah Cassia tree Keazia African American, Hebrew
Keb Earth Kebb Egyptian
Kedar Dark-haired; Powerful;
Mountain Lord
Kadar, Keder Hebrew; Arabic; Hindi
Keddy Of the red earth. A form
of Adam.
Keddi, Keddie English
Kedem Ancient Kedeam, Kedeem, Kedim,
Kedym
Hebrew
Kedrick Gift, splendour; War
chief. A form of Cedrick.
Keddric, Keddrick, Keddrik, Keddryc,
Keddryck, Keddryck, Kedric, Kedrik, Kedryc, Kedryck,
Kedryk
English; Old English
Keeaka Replacer. A form of Jack. Keakah Hawaiian, Hebrew
Keefe Noble,
gentle; Enjoyment
Keef, Keeff, Keif, Keifer, Keiff,
Keiffer, Keefer, Keith, Keithe, Keyf, Keyff, Keyffe, Keyth
Irish
Keegan Son
of Egan. Small; Fiery
Kaegan, Keagan, Keagen, Keagin,
Keagon, Keegan, Keegen, Keegin, Keegon, Kegan, Kegen, Keghan, Keghen,
Kegun, Kegyn, Keigan, Keigen, Keigin, Keigon, Keigun, Keigyn, Keygan,
Keygen, Keygin, Keygon, Keygyn
Irish, Gaelic
Keelan Slender, Islander. Kealan, Kealen, Kealin, Kealon,
Kealyn, Keelen, Keelin, Keelin, Keelon, Keelun, Keelyn, Keilan, Keilen,
Keilin, Keilon, Keilyn, Keylan, Keylen, Keylin, Keylon, Keylyn
Irish, Gaelic
Keeley Handsome meadow. Kelea, Keleah, Kealee, Kealeigh,
Kealen, Keali, Kealie, Kealy, Keelea, Keeleah, Keelee, Keeleigh,
Keelen, Keeli, Keelie, Keely, Keilea, Keileah, Keilee, Keileigh,
Keiley, Keili, Keilie, Keily, Keylea, Keyleah, Keylee, Keyleigh,
Keyley, Keylli, Keylie, Keyly
English, Irish, Gaelic
Keelin Little dragon; From the handsome
pool.
Kee-Lyn Chinese; English
Keenan Little ancient one; fair
haired one
Cianan, Keanan, Keanen, Keannan,
Keannen, Keenon, Kenan, Keynan, Keynen, Keynin, Keynon, Kienan, Kienen,
Kienon, Keynan, Keynan, Keynen, Keynin, Keynon, Keynyn, Kynan, Kynen, Kynon
Irish / Gaelic
Keene Wise,
learned; bold; sharp
Kean, Keane, Keen, Kennan, Kein,
Keine, Keyn, Keyne
German
Kees The cornel tree; Horn-coloured. Keas, Kease, Keese, Keesee, Keis,
Keys, Keyse
Dutch, Greek; Latin
Keevin Beautiful and fair. Caoimhinn Irish
Kefir Lion cub. Hebrew
Kefu Blond-haired. Polynesian
Kehind Second-born twin. Kehynd Yoruba
Keiffer Cooper, Barrel maker. Keefer, Keifer, Kiefer, Kieffer,
Keyfer, Keyffer
German
Keiha Strength of family. Maori
Keiji Cautious ruler. Keyjy Japanese
Keilan Slender one,  Small
and slim, Fair.
Kealan, Keallan,Keallin, Kelan,
Keelan,  Keilan, Keillan, Kylan 
Irish, Gaelic
Keio A Japanese era meaning jubilant
answer; Strong one, Powerful.
Japanese; Polynesian
Keir Small, dark hair/complexioned. A
short form of Kieran.
Kerr, Keyr Gaelic
Keiran Little
and dark.
Keitaro Blessed Keata, Keataro, Keita, Keyta, Keytaro Japanese
Keith Of the forest. Keaf, Keafe, Keaff, Keaffe, Keif,
Keife, Keifer, Keiffer, Keiff, Keiffe, Keyf, Keyfe, Keyff, Keyffe
Gaelic
Keka Appointed Kekha Hawaiian
Kekapa Rebel Kekapah Hawaiian
Kekoa Bold, Courageous. Kekoah Hawaiian
Kelala Spear leader. Kelalah Hawaiian
Kelaya Grain that is dried. Hebrew
Kelby From the farm near the spring. Kelbee, Kelbey, Kelbi, Kelbie,
Kellbee, Kellbey, Kellbi, Kellbie, Kellby
German
Kele Sparrow hawk. Kelle Hopi
Kelemen Gentle, Kind. Kelleman, Kellemen, Kellieman,
Kelliemen, Kelliman, Kellimen, Kellman, Kellmen, Kellyman, Kellymen,
Kelmen, Kelyman, Kelymen
Hungarian
Kelept Faithful Kelep Polynesian
Kelevi Hero Kelevee, Kelevey, Kelevie, Kelevy Finnish
Kelham Ridge Kellham Old Norse
Keli Chief Kealea, Kealeah, Kealee, Kealeigh,
Keali, Kealie, Kealy, Keelea, Keeleah, Keelee, Keeleigh, Keeli, Keelie,
Keely, Kelea, Keleah, Kelee, Keleigh, Keley, Kelie, Kely, Keilea,
Keileah, Keilee, Keileigh, Keiley, Keili, Keilie, Keily, Keylea,
Keyleah, Keylee, Keyleigh, Keyli, Keylie, Keyly
Hawaiian
Keli’l Chief Hawaiian
Kelile Protected Kelyle Ethiopian
Kell Dweller from the spring. Kel Old Norse
Kellagh War Irish
Kellen Mighty warrior. Kaelan, Kaelen, Kaelin, Kaelon,
Kaelyn, Kailan, Kalan, Kalen, Kalin, Kallan, Kallen, Kaylen, Keelan,
Keilan,Keillan, Keldan, Kellan, Kelle, Kellin, Kelynn
Irish
Keller Little companion warrior. Keler Irish, Gaelic
Kelly Warrior, Dweller from the meadow near
the woods.
Kealea, Kealeah, Kealee, Kealeigh,
Keali, Kealie, Keallea, Kealleah, Keallee, Kealleigh, Kealley, Kealli,
Keallie, Keally, Kealy, Keelea, Keeleah, Keelee, Keeleigh, Keylley,
Keelli, Keellie, Keelly, Keely, Kelea, Keleah, Kelee, Keleigh, Keley,
Kelie, Kellee, Kelley, Kelli, Kellie, Kely, Keilea, Keileah, Keilee,
Keileigh, Keiley, Keili, Keilie, Keillea, Keilleah, Keillee, Keilleigh,
Kelley, Kelli, Kellie, Keily, Keylea, Keyleah, Keylee, Keyleigh, Keyli,
Keylie, Keyllea, Keylleah, Keyllee, Keylleigh, Keylley, Keylli,
Keyllie, Keylly, Keyly
Irish, Gaelic
Kelmen Merciful Kellman, Kellmen, Kelman Basque
Kelsey Dweller at the island of ships. Kelcey, Kelci, Kelcie, Kellci,
Kellcie, Kellcy, Kelli, Kellie, Kelly, Kellog, Kellow, Kelo, Kelson,
Keltan, Kelten, Keltin, Kelton
Old Norse
Kelton From the port, From the keel maker’s
town.
Keldan, Kelden, Keldin, Keldon,
Kelton, Keltan, Kelten, Keltin, Keltonn, Keltyn
English
Kelvin Friend
of ships, From the narrow river.
Calvan, Calve, Calvin, Calvon, Celvan,
Celven, Celvin, Celvon, Kalvan, Kalven, Kalvon, Kalvyn, Kelvan, Kelven,
Kelvon, Kelvyn
Irish, Gaelic
Kelwin Friend from the ridge. Kelwen, Kelwinn, Kelwyn, Kelwynn,
Kelwynne
Old English
Kemal Highest honour. Kemel Turkish
Kemen Strength Keaman, Keamen, Keeman, Keemen,
Keiman, Keimen, Keman, Keyman, Keymen
Basque
Kemp Warrior Kempe Middle English
Kempton From the warrior’s town. Kemptan, Kempten, Kemptin, Kemptyn English
Kemuel Helper of God. Hebrew
Ken Relation, Clear, Bright water. A
short form of names starting with ‘Ken’.
Kena, Kenn, Kenno, Keno Japanese
Kenan Attainment. Kenen, Kenin, Kenon, Kenyn Hebrew
Kenaz Bright Hebrew
Kendal Chief leader of the valley. Kendale, Kendali, Kendall, Kendan,
Kendel, Kendell, Kendral, Kendrall, Kendrel, Kendrell, Kendryl,
Kendryll
Celtic
Kendrè A combination of Kenneth, handsome
and kind and Andrè, courageous / brave. Kind, handsome and brave.
Irish and French
Kendrew Strong, Brave, Courageous. A form of
Andrew.
Kandrew Scottish
Kendrick Son of Ken, Son of the
relative, Clear, bright water.
Kendric, Kendrick, Kendricks, Kendrik,
Kendriz, Kendryc, Kendryck, Kendryk, Kenric, Kenrick, Kenrik, Keondric,
Keondrick, Keondrik, Keondryc, Keondryck,
Keondryk
Irish
Keneke Handsome Hawaiian
Kenelm Defender of the
relations.
Old English
Kenete Handsome Kenet Hawaiian
Kenji Second-born son. Kenjee, Kenjie, Kenjy Japanese
Kenley From the royal meadow,
From the meadow of the relatives.
Kenlea, Kenleah, Kenlee, Kenleigh,
Kenli, Kenlie, Kennlea, Kennleah, Kennlee, Kennleigh, Kennley, Kennli,
Kennlie, Kennly, Kenly
English
Kenn Relation, Bright, clear
water. The short form of names starting with “Ken”.
Ken Old Welsh
Kennan Little Ken, The little
relative, Little bright, clear water.
Kanan, Kenen, Kenin, Kennen, Kennin,
Kennon, Kennyn, Kenon, Kenyn
Scottish
Kennard Strength Kenard, Kenerd, Kenner,
Kennerd
Old English
Kennedy Royal ruler; Helmeted
chief.
Kenman, Kennadie, Kennady,
Kennard, Kennedey, Kennedi, Kennedie, Kent, Kenton, Kenyon
Old English; Irish
Kenneth Handsome, Kind; Royal
oath.
Canice, Cennydd, Cenydd,
Ken, Kene, Kenly, Kenley, Kennan, Kennen, Kennet, Kennin, Kennon,
Kenny, Kennyn, Kennyth, Kent, Kenton, Kenward, Kenworth, Kenyth
Irish, Gaelic; English
Keone

“Key-on-ee”

The one; God is the one who blesses
us.
Hawaiian; Setswana, South African
Kenrick Bold, royal ruler. Kennric, Kennrick, Kennrik, Kennryc,
Kennryck, Kennryk, Kenric, Kenricks, Kenrik, Kenriks, Kenryc, Kenryck,
Kenrycks, Kenryk, Kenryks
English
Kent Lord; White, Bright. Kentan, Kenten, Kentin,
Kenton, Kentyn
Celtic; Old Welsh
Kentaro Big boy. Japanese
Kentigern Lord Kentygern Gaelic
Kenton From the royal town. Kentan, Kenten, Kentin, Kentoon, Kentyn Old English
Kentrell From the king’s estate. Kentrel English
Kenward Brave warrior. Old English
Kenway From the brave warrior’s
estate.
Old English
Kenwood From the warrior’s
forest.
Old English
Kenya Jewel. Geographical –
country in Africa.
Kenia, Keniah, Kenja, Kenyat, Kenyata,
Kenyatt, Kenyatta
Africa
Kenyon Blond-haired. Kenyan, Kenyen, Kenyin Irish
Kenzie Wise leader. Kensi, Kensie, Kensy, Kenzi, Kenzie, Kenzy Scottish
Keo God will increase. Hawaiian
Keoia Life Keola, Keolah Hawaiian
Keoki Farmer. A form of George. Hawaiian, Greek
Keon Young warrior. A form of
Ewan and Evan. Well born.
Keaon, Keeon, Keion, Keionne, Keondre,
Keone, Keontae, Keontrye, Keony, Keyon, Kian, Kion,
Kyon
Irish
Keoni God is gracious. A form
of John.
Keonee, Keonie, Keony,
Kyoni
Hawaiian
Kerel Youth Kerell African
Kerem Noble, Kind. Turkish
Kerey Homeward bound. Keree, Keri, Kerie, Kery Gypsy
Kerman From Germany. Kerman, Kerrman, Kerrmen Basque
Kermit Freedom Kermitt, Kermyt, Kermytt Irish
Kern Infantry unit. Kearn, Kearne, Kearney,
Kearny, Keirn, Keirne, Kernan, Kernen, Kernin, Kernon, Kerran, Kerren,
Kerrin, Kerron, Kerryn, Keryn, Keyrn, Keryne
Old Irish
Kerr From the marsh. Scandinavian
Kerrick The king’s rule. Keric, Kerick, Kerik, Kerric, Kerrik,
Kerryc, Kerryck, Kerryk, Keryc, Keryck, Keryk
English
Kerry Dark-haired. Keary, Keri, Kerie, Kerray, Kerree,
Kerrey, Kerri, Kerrie, Kery
Celtic
Kers Plant Hindi
Kersen Cherry Kersan, Kersin, Kerson, Kersyn Indonesian
Kerstan Christian. A form of Christian /
Kerstan.
Kersten, Kerstin, Kerston, Kerstyn Dutch
Kerwin Dark-haired friend. Kerwan, Kerwane, Kerwain, Kerwaine,
Kerwon, Kerwyn, Kerwynn, Kerwynne
Irish
Kes Falcon English
Kesava Long-haired. Kesavah Sanskrit
Keshawn God is gracious. A form of Sean /
Shawn.
Kesean, Keshaun, Keshaune, Keshon Hebrew
Keshon God is gracious. A form of Sean. Kesaun, Kesean, Keshawn African American, Hebrew, Gaelic
Kesin Long-haired begger. Kesyn Hindi
Kesse Chubby baby. Kessey, Kessi, Kessie, Kessy, Kezi,
Kezie, Kezy, Kezzi, Kezzie, Kezzy
Native American, Fanti
Kester From the Roman army camp. Old English
Kestrel Falcon Kestrell English
Kettil Kettle Kettel, Kettle, Kettyl Scandinavian
Keung The universe. Chinese
Kev A short form of Kevin, Handsome,
Gentle.
Irish, Gaelic
Kevin Handsome, Gentle. Kevan, Keven, Kevern, Keverne, Kevin,
Kevinah, Kevine, Kevirn, Kevirne, Kevon, Kevyn, Kevyrn,
Kevyrne
Irish, Gaelic
Kewini The birth is beautiful Hawaiian
Key Son of the fiery one; Son
of the key holder.
Kea, Kei, Key, Keye, Keynan, Keynon Irish, English
Khalid Eternal Arabic
Khalif King Khalyf Arabic
Khalil Good friend. Kahil, Kahill, Kaleel, Kalid, Kalil,
Khalee, Khali, Khalial, Khaliyl, Khalyd
Arabic
Khaliq Creative Kaliq, Khaliqu, Khalique, Khalyq,
Khalyqu, Khalyque
Arabic
Khamisi Born on a Thursday. Khamisy, Khamysi, Khamysy Swahili
Khan Prince. Cahn, Chan, Chanh, Kahn,
Khanh
Turkish
Khang Strength Vietnamese
Kharald Mighty spearman. Russian, German
Khegub Tree Australian Aboriginal
Khoury Priest. Holy. Khori, Khorie, Khory,
Khouri
Arabic
Khristos Christ bearer. A form of
Christopher.
Christo, Christofer, Christoffer, Christopher,
Christos, Christous, Cristo, Cristos, Cristous, Crysto, Crystos,
Crystous, Khristo, Khristofer, Khristoffer, Khristoph, Khristopher,
Khrysto, Kyrystos, Kyrystous, Kristous, Krysto, Krystos, Krystous
Greek
Kian Ancient. A form of Cian. Kiani, Kianni Irish
Kiani Ancient. A form of Kian. Kian, Kianni Irish
Kianu Ki=Earth and Anu=Heaven/Lord. Sumerian
Kibo Wordly, Wisdom. Kybo Uset
Kibuuka Brave warrior. Kybuuka Luganda
Kidd Child, Young goat. Kid, Kida, Kidah, Kidda, Kiddad,
Kiddo, Kido, Kyd, Kyda, Kydah
English
Kiele The gardenia flower. Kyele Hawaiian
Kieran Small with dark hair or complexion. Ciaran, Ciaren, Ciarin, Ciaron,
Ceiran, Ceiren, Ceirin Ceiron, Keeran, Keeren, Keerin, Keeron, Kielan,
Keiran, Keiren, Keirin, Keiron, Kyran, Kyren, Kyrin, Kyron, Kyryn
Irish
Kiet Honourable Kyet Thai
Kifeda Only boy amongst many girls. Kyfeda Luo
Kiho Child born on a foggy day. Kyho Dutooro
Kijika One who walks quietly. Kijyka, Kyjika, Kyjyka Native American
Kika Forest. A form of Keith. Kikah, Kyka, Kykah Hawaiian, Welsh
Kilab Dog Kylab Arabic
Kiley From the narrow land. Kilea, Kileah, Kilee, Kilei, Kileigh,
Kiley, Kili, Kilie, Kily
English
Killian Small but warlike. Kilian, Kiliane, Kilien,
Killian, Killienn, Kilmer, Kylian, Kylien, Kyllian, Kyllien
Gaelic
Kilohana Supreme Kilohanah Hawaiian
Kim Warrior chief. Kimbal, Kimbel, Kimbele, Kimbell, Kym,
Kymbal, Kymbel, Kimbele, Kimbell, Kymbal, Kymbel, Kymbele, Kymbell, Kymbelle
English
Kimba Bush fire, Wild fire. Kimbah, Kymba, Kymbah Australian Aboriginal
Kimbal Vessel  that is
hollow; Warrior chief.
Kimball, Kimbel, Kimbele, Kimbell,
Kymbal, Kymbel, Kymbele, Kymbell
Greek; English
Kimberley Royal meadow. Kimbalea, Kimbaleah, Kimbalee,
Kimbaleigh, Kimbaley, Kimbali, Kimbalie, Kimbaly, Kimberlea,
Kimberleah, Kimberlee, Kimberleigh, Kimberli, Kimberlie, Kimberly,
Kymbalea, Kymbaleah, Kymbalee, Kymbaleigh, Kymbaley, Kymbali, Kymbalie,
Kymberlea, Kymberleah, Kymberlee, Kymberleigh, Kymberley, Kymberli,
Kymberlie, Kymberly
Old English
Kimeona He heard. Kimeonah Hawaiian
Kimo Replacer. A form of
James.
Hawaiian, Hebrew
Kimokeo Honouring God. A form of
Timothy.
Hawaiian, Greek
Kin Golden; Relative. Kyn Japanese; English
Kincaid Battle chief. Kincaide, Kincayd, Kincayde, Kyncaid,
Kyncayd, Kyncayde
Celtic, Scottish
Kinchen Relative Kynchen Old Norse
Kindin Fifth-born child. Kindyn, Kyndin, Kyndyn Basque
King King, Ruler. Kyng Old English
Kingman The king’s man. Kingmen English
Kingsley

“KINGS-lee”

From the king’s meadow. Kingslea, Kingsleah, Kingslee,
Kingsleigh, Kingsli, kingslie, Kingsly, Kinslea, Kinsleah, Kinslee,
Kinsleigh, Kinsley, Kinsli, Kinslie, Kinsly
Old English
Kingston From the king’s town. Kinston, Kynston, Kingstown English
Kingswell One who lives at the king’s stream. Kingswel, Kyngswel, Kyngswell Old English
Kinnard From the king’s high hill. Kinard, Kynard, Kynnard Irish
Kinsey Victorious king. Kinsee, Kinsi, Kinsie, Kynsee, Kynsey,
Kynsi, Kynsie, Kynsy
English
Kinta Beaver Kintah, Kynta, Kyntah Native American
Kinton Crowned; From the king’s town. Kynton Hindi
Kioshi Quiet Japanese
Kip Dweller at the pointed hill, Sleep. Kipp, Kyp, Kypp Old English
Kiral King Kyral Turkish
Kiran Light beam. Kiren, Kirin, Kiron, Kirun, Kiryn,
Kyran, Kyren, Kyrin, Kyron, Kyrun, Kyryn
Sanskrit
Kirby From the church by the village; From
the cottage by the water.
Kerbee, Kerbi, Kerbie, Kirbee, Kirbey,
Kirbi, Kirbie, Kerbi, Kerbie, Kerby
Old Norse
Kiri Mountain Kiry, Kyri, Kyry Cambodian
Kirill Master, Someone who rules. A form of
Cyril.
Ciril, Cyril, Kiril, Kyril, Kyrill Persian, Slavonic, Russian, Slavic,
Greek
Kiritan Crown wearer. Kiriten, Kiritin, Kiriton, Kirityn Hindi
Kirk Dweller in the church. Kirck, Kurc, Kurck, Kurk Old Norse, Scandinavian
Kirkland From the church land. Kirklan, Kurklan, Kurkland English
Kirkley From the church meadow. Kirklea, Kirkleah, Kirklee, Kirkleigh,
Kirkley, Kirkli, Kirklie, Kirkly, Kurklea, Kurkleah, Kurklee,
Kurkleigh, Kurkley, Kurkli, Kurklie, Kurkly
English
Kirkwell From the church stream. Kurkwel, Kurkwell English
Kirkwood From the church forest. Kurkwood Old Norse
Kirstur Rider Kystur Gypsy
Kirston From the town with a church. Kerston, Kurston English
Kistna Sacred, Holy. Kisstna, Kysstna, Kystna Hindi
Kit Christ-bearer. A short form of
Christopher.
Kito Greek
Kito Precious jewell. Kitto, Kyto, Kytto Swahili
Kitroon Crown Kytron Hebrew
Kitwana Promised to live. Kitwanah Swahili
Kiva Replacer. A form of James. Kivah, Kyva, Kyvah Hebrew
Kiyiyah Howling wolf. Nez Perce
Kiyoshi Peace Japanese
Kizil Red Kizyl, Kyzil, Kyzyl Turkish
Kizza Born after twins. Kiza, Kizah, Kizzi, Kizzie, Kizzy,
Kyza, Kyzah, Kyzza, Kyzzah, Kyzzi, Kyzzie, Kyzzy
Fanti
Klah One who is left-handed. Navajo
Klaus Victory of the people. A
form of Nicholas.
Claus, Klaas (Dutch), Klaes, Klas,
Klause
German
Kleef Cliff Dutch
Kleng Claw Klen Norwegian
Kline Small Cline, Clyne, Klyne German
Klinger Collector of discarded
objects.
Clinger Hebrew
Knight Warrior, Knight. Knightlee, Knightleigh,
Knightly, Knyght
Old English
Knoton Wind Native American
Knowles From the grassy sloping
hill.
English
Knox From the hill. Knol, Knoll, Knoxx, Noxx,
Nox
Irish, Gaelic
Knud Kind Danish
Knute Relative Cnut, Cnute, Knud, Knut Old Danish
Ko Change Chinese
Kobe Strong one, Replacer. A
form of Jacob.
Kobee, Kobey, Kobi, Kobie, Cobee,
Cobey, Cobi, Cobie, Coby
Hebrew
Koby Replacer. A form of
Jacob.
Cobee, Cobey, Cobi, Cobie, Coby,
Kobee, Kobey, Kobi, Kobie
Polish, Hebrew
Kodwo Born on a Monday. Ghanian
Kody Cushion Codee, Codey, Codi, Codie,
Cody, Kodee, Kodey, Kodi, Kodie
English
Kofi Born on a Friday. Twi
Kohana Fast Kohanah Native American
Kohen Priest, Direct male
descendant of the Biblical Aaron.
Cohen, Coen Hebrew
Koi Water Hawaiian, English
Koiranah Eagle Australian Aboriginal
Kojo Born on a Monday. Akan
Koka From Scotland. Kokah Hawaiian
Kokayi To bring together. Shona
Kole Plea Tongan
Kolet Dove Kolett Australian Aboriginal
Koloa Wealth Koloah Tongan
Kolya Winter Kolein, Kolyen, Kolia Australian Aboriginal
Kolyah Victory of the people. A
form of Nikolai and Nicholas.
Kolia, Koliah, Kolya Russian, Greek
Komaki Bay Komakie, Kimaky Tongan
Kona Little ruler. A form of
Don.
Konah Hawaiian, Scottish
Konane Bright moonlight. Konan Hawaiian
Kondo War Kond Swahili
Kong Sky that is glorious. Chinese
Kono Squirrel who eats pine
nuts.
Moquelumnan
Kontar Only child. Konta Akan
Kootchal Dew Australian Aboriginal
Kopano Union Botswana
Koppel Little Jacob, The little replacer. Kopel Hebrew
Korah Bold Kora Hebrew
Korb Basket German
Korbyn Raven Corbyn, Corban, Corbin Welsh
Koren Gleaming, Shining,
Beaming.
Corin, Coren, Korin Hebrew
Korong Canoe Koron Australian Aboriginal
Kort Wisdom Scandinavian
Kory From the hollow, Head protection,
Helmet used for battle.
Coree, Corey, Cori, Corie, Cory,
Koree, Korey, Kori, Korie
Irish
Kosan

“KOH-sahn”

A leader. Zulu
Kosey Lion Kossee, Kossey Swahili
Kosumi Spear fisher. Moquelumnan
Kovit Expert Kovyt Thai
Kpodo First-born twin. Ghanian
Kris A short form of Kristopher /
Christopher, bearer of Christ.
Chris Greek
Krishna Delightful Krishnah, Kryshna, Kryshnah Hindi
Krun Mountain African
Kruz Cross Cruz Spanish, Portuguese
Kuei Spirit Chinese
Kueili Quail Kueilie, Kueily Tongan
Kueng Universe Chinese
Kui Grandparent, Fish. Tongan
Kuka Crab Kukah Tongan
Kukane Masculine Kukain, Kukaine Hawaiian
Kulapo Fish Tongan
Kuli Dog Tongan
Kuma Mouse Kumah Tongan
Kumala Sweet potatoe. Yam Tongan
Kumar Prince Sanskrit
Kumi Quest Tongan
Kun Universe Chinese
Kunal Lotus, Peaceful, Artistic Kunala Sanskrit
Kunle Honourable home. Yoruba
Kuo Person Chinese
Kuper Copper. Red-haired. Copper, Cuper, Kopper, Kupor, Kupper Yiddish
Kuracca Crestless white cockatoo. Kuraccah Australian Aboriginal
Kurao Mountain Japanese
Kurt Courteous. From the
enclosure.
Curt, Kort Latin, German, French
Kuruk Bear Pawnee
Kuusi Goose Tongan
Kwach Morning time. Kwacha, Kwachah Ngoni
Kwakoa Born on a Wednesday. African
Kwakou Born on a Wednesday. Kwako, Kwaku Ghanian
Kwam God is gracious. A form
of John.
Native American
Kwame Born on Saturday. African
Kwasi Born on a Sunday; Wealthy Kwas, Kwesi Akan, Ghanian; Swahili
Kweli Of truth or knowledge Kwely, Kwelli, Kwelly Ghanian
Kwintyn Fifth-born child. Polish
Ky From the strait.
The short form of Kyle
Ki, Kye Irish / Gaelic
Kyan Little King; A form of
Ryan
Kian African American, Irish
Kyeden Lengthened form of “Ky
/ Kye”
Kyeden, Kieden, Kyden Irish, Gaelic
Kyle From the strait. Kiel, Kilan, Kile, Kilen, Kiley,
Kylan, Kyel, Kyele, Kylan, Kylar, Kylen, Kyler (English), Kylon
Irish, Gaelic
Kyloe From the meadow of cows Kilo, Kiloe, Kilow, Kilowe, Kylo,
Kylow, Kylowe
Old English
Kylon From the strait. A form
of Kyle; ;
Kilon, Kilonu Irish, Gaelic; Hawaiian; Greek
Kynan Chief Kinan Welsh
Kyne Royal Kine Old English
Kyran Dusky, Dark-haired. A
form of Kieran.
Gaelic
Kyros Master Kiro, Kiros Greek