Ka-, var. Katiya, Katana, Kamara, Kamari, Kalisa, Katasha, Kashana, Katessa, Katisha, Katrisa, .. 16 more. Not in Top 1000.
Kacie▼, var. KC, Kacy, Kaci▼, Kayce, Kayci, Kasey▼, Kacey▼, Kacee, Kacia, Kaycee, .. 1 more. Kacey, Kacy and Kayce are prevalent as variations of Kacie.
Kadenza, var. Kadena, Kadence, means "with rhythm". Rare. Kadenza (cf. Karenza, Kenza) ends with the popular feminine-sounding -enza.
Kady, var. Kadi, Kadie, Kadee, Kadia, Kaidee, Kaedee, Kadian, Kadienne. Kady (top 25%), like Roady (top 27%), Keady (22%), is a common -ady suffix last name.
Kaeya, means "monsoon flower". Unusual. Kaeya (cf. Andreya, Antheya) ends with the popular feminine -eya. See also Kaela.
Kai, var. Kaia, means "the sea". Popular. Kai, like Abbigai, Chantarai, ends with the common androgynous -ai.
Kaila▼, var. Kaela▼, Kailah, Kaelah, means "the laurel crown; style". Kaila and Kaela are common as versions.
Kailani, means "sea and sky". Popular, and Kailani is similar to common -lani last names Aslani (top 92%), Kripalani (87%). See also Kailyn.
Kaitlin▼, var. Kathlyn▼, Katelyn, Kaitlyn, Kathlin, Kaitlan, Katelynn, Kaitlynn▼, Kaitleen, Kathlinne, Kaitlynne, .. 1 more. Unique. Kaitlin, Kathlin (cf. Aibhlin, Coralin) end with the common androgynous-sounding -lin.
Kala▼. Kala is a familiar (upper 39%) female name, and is found commonly (upper 29%) as a last name. See also Gala.
Kalani, var. Kaloni, Kalana, Kailani, Kalaine, means "the heavens, sky; royal one". Kailani, Kaloni, etc. are seldom found as given names, and Kalani appears regularly (upper 31%) as a surname.
Kalei, var. Kalea, Kalia, Kaleah, means "the flower wreath; the beloved". Not in Top 1000.
Kali, var. Kalli, means "black". Popular as last names, and Kali (top 45%), Kalli are similar to common surnames Kalo (top 44%), Kalil (14%), which also start with Kal-.
Kalifa, means "chaste; holy". Kalifa was not a Top birth name in 2014. See also Kalila.
Kalila, var. Kaly, Kalie, Kailey, Kylila, Kaylee, Kylilah, Kayllie, Kaleila, Kalilah, means "darling, beloved". Common. Compare Kalila, Kaleila, Kylila and popular last names Aguila (top 5%), Ollila (21%), with the -ila suffix.
Kalina, var. Kalena, Kaleen, Kalene, Kaleena, means "flower". Less common today. Kalene was the variation last appearing (1993) in the Top 1000.
Kalinda, var. Kalynda, Kalindi, means "the sun". Uncommon as baby names, but Kalinda, Kalindi, etc. are comparable to the more common Malinda.
Kallan, means "battle; rock". Kallan (cf. Willan, Magallan) is a popular -llan suffix last name. See also Kaylan.
Kallie, var. Kali, Kally, Kalli, Kalle, Kahli, Kallita. Popular, with usage of 0.1564% for Kallie and variants as birth names in 2014, higher than 0.1287% in 2013.
Kalliope, var. Kallyope, means "beautiful voice". Not in Top 1000.
Kallista, var. Kala▼, Kally, Kalli, Kallie, Kalista, Kalesta, Kallysta, means "most beautiful". Adoption of Kallista and variants as children's names in 2014 was up 35.2% compared to the previous year.
Kama, means "love; ripe". Kama (cf. Lama, Nama) is a popular -ama suffix last name. See also Jama.
Kambria. Kambria is unusual as a girls' name. See also Kymbra.
Kamea, var. Kameo, means "the one (and only)". Unconventional, but Kamea, Kameo are similar to popular Kam- last names Kamei (top 42%), Kamen (15%).
Kamelia, var. Kamella. Kamelia and Kamella were not Top birth names in 2014.
Kameron, var. Kamryn, Kamron, Kamrin, Kamren, means "crooked nose". Kameron (cf. Cameron, Meron) is a popular -eron suffix last name.
Kami▼, var. Kammi, Kammie, Kamlyn, means "lord". Kammi and forms peaked in popularity during 1970-1979 and are now less popular, with Kami becoming less in vogue.
Kamilah, var. Kamila, Kamille, Kamilla, Kamillia, Kamillah, means "perfect". Uncommon. Kamilah (cf. Gelilah, Keilah) ends with the favored feminine -ilah.
Kamilla, var. Kamyla, Kamila, Kemilla, Kamilka, Kamella, Kamille, means "helper to the priest". Widely used, with usage of 0.0853% for Kamilla and variants as birth names in 2014, but lower than 0.0906% the year before.
Kanani, means "the beautiful one". Unique. Kanani (cf. Melani, Tiffani) ends with the favored feminine -ani.