Keturah 96 Derivative of Hebrew word. "Incense." The variant form Keturah is conventional (Top 82%) as a first name. See also Qeturah.
[Ketziah, Keziah, .. 8 more] Var. of Kezia 97 Root fr. Hebrew element. "Cassia tree." The versions Ketziah and Keziah are scarce as feminine names, and Keziah appears regularly (Top 45%) as a surname in the US Census.
[Kadejah, Khadijah▼, .. 7 more] Var. of Khadija 98 Derivative of Arabic word. "Early baby." The variation Khadijah is frequently occurring (Top 95%) as a female name, while Kadejah is scarcely used comparatively. ..
[Kiah] Var. of Kia 99 Root fr. American element. Short form of Kiana and Kiara. The version Kiah is a unique women's name, and it occurs often (Top 34%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Kai.
[Kiah, Kionah, .. 15 more] Var. of Kiana 100 Derivative of American word. Modern name .. The forms Kiah and Kionah are infrequently used as female names, and Kiah appears frequently (Top 34%) as a last name according to the US Census.
[Kiriah, .. 7 more] Var. of Kira 101 Stems fr. Greek word. "Lord." A name for girls that is not broadly used. See also Karah. ..
[Kylah, .. 14 more] Var. of Kylie 102 Possibly English "boomerang" or Irish .. The version Kylah is an uncommon women's name. See also Kalah.
[Kyrah, .. 10 more] Var. of Kyra 103 Stems fr. Greek word. "Lord." A name for kids that is rarely used. See also Kora. ..
[Latifah▼, .. 53 more] Var. of La- 104 Derivative of American word. Combination of the La- prefix with .. Somewhat unique as a birth name. See also Lateifa.
[Latoyah, .. 5 more] Var. of Latoya 107 Stems fr. Spanish word. "Victorious one." The version Latoyah is unique as a given name. ..
Leah▲ 108 Derived fr. Hebrew element. "Delicate; weary." In favor as a girls' name (#35 the past year), Leah is also found somewhat frequently as a last name. See also Lenah. ..
[Leelah, Leilah, Lelah▼, Lilah▲, .. 8 more] Var. of Leila 109 Root fr. Arabic element. "Night beauty." The version Lelah is commonplace (Top 92%) as a given name, while Leelah, Leilah and Lilah are infrequently used in comparison. Lelah appears often (Top 70%) as a surname according to the US Census.
[Lenorah, .. 7 more] Var. of Lenore 111 Stems fr. Greek word. "Light." The variation Lenorah is an atypical women's name. See also Leanora. ..
[Norah▲, .. 10 more] Var. of Leonora 112 Derivative of Greek word. "Compassion; light." The form Norah is more widely used as a given name among the different variations of the name. See also Nira. ..
[Leorah, .. 2 more] Var. of Leora 113 Root fr. Greek element. "Compassion; light." The version Leorah is an unconventional feminine name. See also Lora. ..
[Lidah, .. 2 more] Var. of Lida 114 Derived fr. Slavic element. "Loved by the people." The variation Lidah is infrequently used as a female name. See also Lidie. ..