Kaylee

Kaylee is an English female given name, a combination of Kay (a unisex name with various possible meanings depending on where it comes from) and Lee, which comes from an English surname meaning "meadow, clearing". Kaylee is also a surname, likely a variant spelling of Cayley which seems to have originated from a place in France called Cailly which …

Culhwch

Culhwch (pr. keel-hookh; Forvo) is a Welsh male name meaning "narrow pig", made up of Welsh elements cul (narrow) and hwch (sow), though I've also seen it listed as meaning "hiding place of the pig". In Welsh mythology, Culhwch's mother Goleuddydd becomes mad when she gets pregnant and wanders the countryside; when her time came to give birth she regained her …

Kelan

Kelan is an Irish male name, the anglicized form of Caolán made up from Gaelic caol meaning "slender, thin; narrow" combined with a diminutive suffix -an. Origin: Proto-Celtic Variants: Kellan (Irish, English) Caolán (Irish) Caelan (English) Kaelan (English) Kaolin (English)  

Kylie

Kylie is a female given name. I've seen it listed as coming from an Australian Aboriginal word meaning "boomerang"; it could also be a variant form of Kyla, the feminine form of Kyle, which 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: …

Kelvin

Kelvin is the name of a river in Scotland. It seems to be made up of Scottish Gaelic caol (thin, narrow) and abhainn (river, stream) so meaning "narrow river". Kelvin is also the name of the basic unit of temperature in the International System of Units (SI). Kelvin is also surname originating from the given name. Origin: Proto-Celtic, …

Kyla

Kyla is the feminine form of Kyle, which 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 Variants: Kylah (English)   Male forms: Kyle (English)  

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)