Kyle

Kyle comes from a Scottish surname likely derived from Scottish Gaelic caol meaning "narrows", "strait", "channel". It may also be derived from Scottish Gaelic coille meaning "wood, forest". Origin: Scottish Gaelic Female forms: Kyla (English)  

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Keith

Keith comes from a Scottish surname of uncertain meaning though it may be derived from Proto-Brythonic word *koɨd meaning "wood, forest", ultimately from a Proto-Celtic origin. The name may have come from an ancient Germanic tribe known as the Catti who came to Scotland in the 11th century to help the native population defend themselves against the … Continue reading Keith

Kai

Kai is a name with various origins and meanings: it's a Hawaiian unisex name meaning "sea"; it's also a Japanese name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used, such as: (海) "sea, ocean"; (貝) "shellfish"; (快) "cheerful, pleasant, agreeable, comfortable"; (戒) "commandment", and other various meanings; as well as also being a compound of … Continue reading Kai

Keegan

Keegan comes from an Irish surname, the anglicized form of Mac Aodhagáin, meaning "son of Aodhagán", the latter a pet diminutive (or sort of nickname) for Aodh, a male given name meaning "fire" from Old Irish Áed deriving from Proto-Indo-European *h₂eydʰ- (to burn, kindle; fire). Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Keagan (English) Kegan (English) Egan (English) Eagan (English)  

Kenya

Kenya is the name of a country in Africa named after Mount Kenya. The origin of the name itself is not clear- it could be a corruption of the Kikuyu, Embu, and Kamba words Kirinyaga, Kirenyaa and Kiinyaa which mean "God's resting place" in all three languages. The mountain represents an important aspect within their cultures, believing … Continue reading Kenya

Klervi

Klervi is a Breton female name, the Breton form of Welsh Creirwy possibly meaning "token of the egg" or "mundane egg" from Welsh creir (a token, sacred object, jewel, treasure) while the second part -wy might be from Middle Welsh meaning "egg". In Welsh mythology, Creiry is the daughter of the enchantress Ceridwen. Origin: Welsh Variants: Creiry (Welsh)  

Kenan

Kenan (pr. kee-nan) is a Hebrew male name possibly meaning "possession" in Hebrew, though it's possible that it comes from the same root word as Cain either derived from a Hebrew root word qanah meaning "acquired" or "acquisition", or from qayin meaning "spear" or "smith". Kenan might also possibly be an anglicized spelling of Cianán, an Irish male diminutive of Cían meaning … Continue reading Kenan

Koda

Koda is not an easy name to find much information on. It could be a Native American male name meaning "the allies, friends", a short form or a variant form of Dakota. Koda is also a Japanese surname with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used, such as: "country+ borough, urban prefecture, storehouse, govt. office, … Continue reading Koda

Kyri

Kyri (pr. kee-ree or kye-ree) could be a variant spelling of Kyrie, which comes from the Greek phrase Kyrie eleison meaning "Lord, have mercy", the vocative form of Kyrios meaning "lord" or "master". It could also be another form of Kiri, a Maori female name meaning "peel", "skin" or "bark, rind" referring to the "bark of a tree" as well as an Indonesian and … Continue reading Kyri