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Girl Names Starting with Kh-

Kh- baby names and what they mean, with 19 results. Kh- names are used more often as feminine names. Adoption of these girl names was at its highest in the year 2010 (ADOPTION OF 0.5%) and is now significantly less (ADOPTION 0.2%, 59.8%), with names such as Khadijah falling out of fashion. Khandaker (TOP 79%) and Khaja (81%) are familiar Kh- last names.

Kh- names

Khadija - Khristine

Khadija and variants

Khadija, var. Khadyja, Khadiya, Khadijah
Derived fr. Arabic element. "Early baby." Khadijat is also a slightly prominent kid's name.

Khandice, Khandace
Forms of Candice. Derivative of Latin. "Clarity, whiteness." Outside Top 2000.

Form of Candy. From English word. "Sweet." Rare, but Khandi is similar to popular surnames Chandi (UPPER 99%), Thandi (70%), with the -di suffix. See also Shandi.

Form of Carissa. From Latin, Greek. "Beloved; grace." Kharissa is not in the Top 2000. See also Krissa.

Var. of Charissa. From Greek element. "Grace." Seldom used as a baby name. See also Karisse.

Chloe and variants

Khloey, Khloe
Var. of Chloe. Source fr. Greek element. "Green shoot." Popular as birth names, Khloe and Khloey are similar to the conventional Kaley.

Var. of Chloris. From Greek. "Green, greenish-yellow." Uncommon. Khloris is not found in the US Census.

Khrysta1, Khristy1, Khristie1, Khris
Forms of Krista. Source fr. Czechoslovakian, Latin elements. "Follower of Christ." Khris, Khristy, etc. are not frequently used as girls' names.

Khrysta2, Khrista
Var. of Christa. Derived fr. Latin word. "Follower of Christ." Karista and Kirsta are creative forms.

Khrystalle, Khrystle1, Khrystal, Khristel, Khristal, Khristalle1
Forms of Krystal. Based on Greek. "Ice." Unusual. Khristal, Khristalle, etc. are not found in the US Demographics.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Kh- names: Khadija, Khadijah, Khloe, Khloey

Khrystle2, Khristalle2
Var. of Crystal. Stems fr. Greek. "Ice." Khristalle and Khrystle are unusual as girls' names.

Khrystianne, Khristanna
Var. of Christiana. Derivative of Latin. "Follower of Christ." Unique. Khristanna, similar to Krystianna, ends with the androgynous-sounding -nna.

Khrystyna1, Khristya, Khristine1, Khristina1, Khristeen1, Khristena
Forms of Christina. From Latin language. "Follower of Christ." Unique. Khristeen and variants are not found in the US Census.

Var. of Christian. Origin fr. Latin language. "Follower of Christ." Scarce. Khristian is not found in the US Census. See also Khristine.

Khristy2, Khristie2
Var. of Christy. Origin fr. Latin word. "Follower of Christ." Sparing use. Khristie and Khristy are not found in the US Demographics.

Var. of Kristen. Based on Latin. "Follower of Christ." Seldom used as a birth name. See also Khristel.

Khristina2, var. Khrystyne, Khrystyna2, Khrystyn, Khrystina, Khristyana, Khristyna, Khristine2, Khristin2, Khristen, Khristeen2
Source fr. Russian. Variant of Kristina, a Scandinavian form .. Khristina, Khristeen, etc. are seldom adopted as girls' names.

Var. of Kristina. Source fr. Scandinavian, Czechoslovakian, Latin languages. "Follower of Christ." Unique, with the unusual feminine -ina ending for Khristina, like Kristina. See also Khristine.

Form of Christine. Stems fr. French, Latin elements. "Follower of Christ." Uncommon. Khristine is not listed in the US Demographics. See also Khristie.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Kh- names for girls.

1. Khadija - Khristine
Khadija [Khadyja, Khadiya, Khadijah], Candice [Khandice, Khandace], Candy [Khandi], Carissa [Kharissa], Charissa [Kharissa], Chloe [Khloe, Khloey], Chloris [Khloris], Krista [Khris, Khrysta, Khristy, Khristie], Christa [Khrysta, Khrista], Krystal [Khrystle, Khrystal, Khristel, Khristal, Khrystalle, Khristalle], Crystal [Khrystle, Khristalle], Christiana [Khristanna, Khrystianne], Christina [Khristya, Khrystyna, Khristine, Khristina, Khristena, Khristeen], Christian [Khristian], Christy [Khristy, Khristie], Kristen [Khristin], Khristina [Khrystyn, Khristin, Khrystyne, Khrystyna, Khrystina, Khristyna, Khristine, Khristyana, ..], Kristina [Khristina], Christine [Khristine]

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