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What does Kandyse mean?

Kandyse Pronunciation of Kandyse [kandyse] as a name for girls is of Latin derivation, and the meaning of Kandyse is "clarity, whiteness". Kandyse is an alternate form of Candice (Latin): from "canditia".

Associated with: whiteness.


Kandyse has 21 variants: Candace, Candiace, Candias, Candiese, Candis, Candise, Candiss, Candus, Candyce, Candys, Candyse, Candyss, Kandice, Kandis, Kandise, Kandus, Kandyce, Kendice, Kendis, Khandace and Khandice.

3 more related forms via Candice: Candes, Candide and Candist.

Creative forms:
(female) Kadyse, Kendyse, ..

(male) Kandyke, ..

Middle name pairings:
Kandyse Gwendolyn (K.G.), ..

How popular is Kandyse?

Kandyse is an uncommon given name for females. Kandyse is a rare last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Candice (#1854 in recent rankings), Kandis, Kandice, Candis, Candace and Candyce are the popular variation forms of Kandyse (not ranked). Other variants, like Candise, are seldom used. Usage of these relations of Kandyse was at its apex 35 years ago (average #777) and has become significantly reduced since, with forms like Candice becoming somewhat dated. (Top Baby Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Candace, Candice, Candis, Candyce, Kandice, Kandis in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Kandyse and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Kandyse is alike in pronunciation to Candas, Candase, Candayce, Kandace and Kandiss. Other recommended names are Brandise, Carlyse, Cayse, Danise, Denyse, Janeese, Janesse, Janise, Kacye, Kacyee, Kade, Kadee, Kadie, Kady, Kaedee, Kaidee, Kandee, Kandi, Kandie, Kandra, Kandy, Karisse, Karlye, Karlyne, Karyne, Karys, Karysa, Kasse, Katlyne, Kayce, Kayde, Kaydee, Kaye, Kayle, Kayse, Kaysee, Kaysey, Kaysi, Kaysie, Kaysy, Kaysyee (see Casey), Kendrie, Kendyl, Marlyse, Maryse, Sandye and Vanesse. These names tend to be more frequently used than Kandyse.

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