Kade▲, var. Kaden▲, Kadon, Kadrick, means "from the wetlands". The variant forms Kade and Kaden have gained in popularity as names for baby boys over the years since 1880-1889. Name used for both men and women. The variation Kaden is commonplace as a variant form of this name.
Kaden▲, var. Kadon, Kadin▼, Kadan, Kayden▲, Kaydon, Kaydan, Kaydin, Kaidin, Kaidan, Kaiden▲, .. 1 more, means "companion". Kaden is an uncommonly used male name. The variations Kayden and Cayden are generally used as variant forms of Kaden.
Kadmiel, means "who stands before God". Distinctive as a name for boys.
Kaemon, means "joyful; right-handed". Unusual as a given name. See also Kanon.
Kahn, means "priest". Uncommon as a birth name, Kahn exists more frequently as a last name. See also Khan.
Kai▲, var. Kye, Keh, Kaj, means "keeper of the keys; earth". A name suited for both sexes. Kai is rarely occurring as a male name, occurring frequently (Top 29%) as a last name according to the US Census.
Kaimi, means "the seeker". Atypical as a given name. See also Kimo.
Kain, means "acquire". Unusual as a name for kids, Kain is found more frequently as a last name. See also Wain.
Kaiser, means "head of hair". Unusual as a name for babies, Kaiser is found more commonly as a last name.
Kalani, means "the heavens, sky; royal one". Name suited for both sexes. Uncommon as a birth name for males, Kalani is found more commonly as a last name.
Kaleb▲, var. Kaylob, Kayleb, means "dog; tenacious and aggressive". The variant forms Kaleb and Caleb have grown increasingly popular with parents since 1880-1889. The form Caleb is widely used as a version of Kaleb.
Kalil, var. Kahil, Khalil▲, Kaleel, Kahlil▼, Kahleel, Khaleel, means "friend". Usage is irregular as a name for babies. Kalil occurs more conventionally as a surname. The form Khalil is prevalent as a version of Kalil.
Kalogeros, means "lovely old age". Uncommon as a given name. See also Calogeros.
Kana. Distinctive as a name for kids, Kana is found more conventionally as a last name. See also Kian.
Kane▲, var. Kain, Keane, Kayne, Kaine, Kahan, Kahane, means "battle". Kane is unconventional as a masculine name, occurring commonly (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census. The form Cain is familiar as a version of this name.
Kaniel, means "the Lord supports me". Unusual as a boys' name. See also Kameel.
Kano, means "one's masculine power, capability". Uncommon as a name for children, Kano is used more frequently as a surname. See also Knoa.
Kanoa, means "the free one". An uncommon given name, Kanoa is used more commonly as a surname. See also Knoa.
Kareem▼, var. Karam, Karim, Kharim, means "generous, giving". Kareem is recognizable (Top 70%) as a male name, and it appears commonly (Top 81%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Kaseem.
Kari, means "puff of wind; curly hair". Unusual as a birth name, existing more commonly as a last name. Unisex name.
Karl▼, var. Kale▼, Karli, Karlo, Karol, Karel, Karle, Karoly, Karson▲, Karrel, Karlin, .. 4 more, means "free man". The variant form Karson has surged in popularity as a boys' name over the years. The variation Karson is common as a variant form of Karl.