Kacey, var. KC, Kacy, Kasey▼. Kasey is popular as a variation of Kacey.
Kade, var. Kaden, Kadon, Kadrick, means "from the wetlands". Kaden and forms rose in popularity in 2010 and are almost as popular now.
Kaden, var. Kadon, Kadin▼, Kadan, Kayden, Kaydon, Kaydan, Kaydin, Kaidin, Kaidan, Kaiden, .. 1 more, means "companion". Kaden, Kaiden, etc. (cf. Kadet, Kadel) are common Ka- prefix surnames.
Kadir, var. Kadeer, means "capable, competent". Common as surnames. Compare Kadir (upper 37%) and common -ir surnames Nazir (upper 24%), Nadir (54%).
Kadmiel, means "who stands before God". Scarce. Kadmiel is not listed in the US Demographics.
Kaelan, var. Kael, Kaley, Kalin, Kalen, Kalan, Kellen, Kaelin. Usage of Kaelan, Kalin, etc. as children's names in 2014 was down 8.3% compared to the year before.
Kaemon, means "joyful; right-handed". Unconventional. Compare Kaemon with popular last names Paulemon (top 96%), Batemon (46%), which also end with -emon. See also Daemon.
Kahlil▼, var. Kalil, Khalil, Kahleil, means "friend". Kalil (upper 14%) and Khalil (5%) appear commonly as last names.
Kahn, means "priest". Kahn (top 2%), like Kahne (top 70%), Kaho (58%), is a common Ka- prefix last name. See also Kaine.
Kai, var. Kye, Keh, Kaj, means "keeper of the keys; earth". Kai is common as a version.
Kaimi, means "the seeker". Unique. Kaimi (cf. Anselmi, Jimi) ends with the familiar androgynous -mi. See also Kwami.
Kain, means "acquire". Kain (upper 4%), like Fain (upper 3%), Pain (24%), is a common -ain suffix last name. See also Kahan.
Kaiser, means "head of hair". Kaiser is not often used as a baby name.
Kalani, means "the heavens, sky; royal one". Unisex name. Kalani is not frequently used as a boys' name.
Kaleb, var. Kaylob, Kayleb, means "dog; tenacious and aggressive". Common. Compare Kaleb and popular Kal- surnames Kaley (top 19%), Kalem (82%).
Kalil, var. Kahil, Khalil, Kaleel, Kahlil▼, Kahleel, Khaleel, means "friend". Kalil, Kaleel (cf. Kall, Kalis) are popular Kal- prefix surnames.
Kalogeros, var. Kalogerus, means "lovely old age". Uncommon. Compare Kalogeros and common -eros surnames Camberos (upper 14%), Maderos (62%).
Kalvin, var. Kalvyn, means "bald". Common as surnames, and Kalvin (upper 63%) is similar to common -lvin surnames Elvin (upper 20%), Belvin (9%).
Kamal, var. Kamil, Kameel, means "perfection, perfect". Kamal, Kameel and Kamil were not among 2014's Top names.
Kamden, var. Kamdon, means "winding valley". Kamden is in the Top 1000.
Kameron, var. Kam, Kamryn, Kamron▼, means "crooked nose". Common. Kameron (cf. Aileron, Deron) ends with the common masculine-sounding -eron.
Kana. Rather quaint as a children's name, Kana exists more conventionally as a surname. See also Dana.
Kane, var. Kain, Keane, Kayne, Kaine, Kahan, Kahane, means "battle". Kane and variants became more popular in 2014, rising +68 rankings as baby names with Kane leading the rise.
Kaniel, means "the Lord supports me". Unconventional. Compare Kaniel with popular Kan- last names Kanies (top 99%), Kania (6%). See also Kameel.
Kannon, var. Kannen, Kannan. Kannon (top 54%), like Mccannon (top 17%), Dennon (79%), is a popular -nnon suffix surname.
Kano, means "one's masculine power, capability". Not that prominent as a children's name, Kano is found more commonly as a last name. See also Kam.
Kanoa, means "the free one". Kanoa is not in the Top 1000. See also Kane.
Kareem▼, var. Karam, Karim, Kharim, means "generous, giving". Kareem (upper 30%), like Rheem (upper 92%), Teem (31%), is a popular -eem suffix surname.
Kari, means "puff of wind; curly hair". Gender-neutral name. Kari (upper 21%), like Karn (upper 9%), Karli (61%), is a common Kar- prefix surname.
Karl▼, var. Kale▼, Karli, Karlo, Karol, Karel, Karle, Karoly, Karson, Karrel, Karlin, .. 4 more, means "free man". Widely used, with usage of 0.0465% for Karl, Karel, etc. as baby names in 2014, but lower than 0.0559% in 2013.