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Girl Names Starting with Ky-
Ky- baby names and what they mean, with 15 results. Ky- names are used more often as feminine names. Usage of these girl names was at its highest in the year 2004 (usage of 0.85%) and is somewhat less today (usage 0.56%, down 35%), with names like Kyra falling out of fashion. Kyndall (#934) and Kylie (#66) are two of the more contemporarily stylish birth names here, while Kyei (top 84%) and Kyi (41%) are popular Ky- last names. Here is the list of Ky- names for boys.
Kyla - KyrstinKyla1
Var. of Cadhla. Based on Irish word. "Beautiful, graceful." Kyia is also a marginally prominent girl's name. See also Kaela.Kyla2, Kyle1
Forms of Kelila. Stems fr. Hebrew language. "Crown of laurel." Common as surnames. Compare Kyle (upper 1%) with common last names Kurrle (upper 65%), Kemble (11%), which also end with -le.Kyle2, var. Kyall, Kyel
Source fr. Scottish, Gaelic. "Narrow, straight." Kyle exists often (upper 1%) as a surname.Kylie1▲, var. Kyla3, Kylah, Kylea, Kylee, Kyleigh, Kyleen, Kylen, Kylene, Kyley, Kylianne, Kyli, Kylin
.. Feminine of Kyle. Somewhat common as birth names, Kylin, Kylie, etc. are similar to the familiar Aylin.Kylie2▲
Var. of Kiley. Derived fr. Irish element. "Near the church (or the wood)." Kylie peaked in popularity a decade ago and is less popular today. See also Kloe.Kylila, Kylilah
Var. of Kalila. Stems fr. Arabic. "Darling, beloved." Kylila and Kylilah are not Top 2000 names.Kym1, Kymberlee, Kymberleigh, Kymberley, Kymberly, Kymberlie, Kymbra, Kymbrely
Forms of Kimberly. Source fr. Old English element. "Cyneburg's field." Kym and Kymberly are more commonplace as birth names among the versions of Kimberly.Kym2, Kymme
Var. of Kim. Root fr. Old English element. "Cyneburg's field." Less widespread today. Kym was the variation last appearing (1960-1969) in the Top 2000.Kyndal, Kyndall▲
Forms of Kendall. Derivative of Old English word. "The Kent river valley." Kyndall is a fashionable form.Kyndra, Kyndria
Forms of Kendra. Stems fr. Welsh. "Greatest champion." Kyndra is common as a girls' name compared to Kyndria.
Derivative of Greek element. Variant of Cynthia (Greek) from Mount .. A birth name that is rarely used. See also Kynthija.Kynthia2, Kynthija
Forms of Cynthia. Derivative of Greek element. "From Mount Kynthos." Kynthia and Kynthija were not among 2015's Top names.Kyoko
Based on Japanese element. "Mirror." Kenoko and Kryoko are creative variations. See also Kiko.Kyra▼, var. Kyrah, Kyreena, Kyrha, Kyria, Kyrene, Kyrie, Kyrra
Root fr. Greek language. "Lord." Usage of Kyra and variants as children's names in 2015 was down 68% compared to 2005.Kyrstin
Var. of Kirsten. From Scandinavian, Latin languages. "Follower of Christ." Kyrstin is not frequently adopted as a girls' name. See also Khristin.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ky- names for girls.1. Kyla - Kyrstin
Cadhla [Kyla], Kelila [Kyla, Kyle], Kyle [Kyel, Kyall], Kylie▲ [Kyli, Kylen, Kylin, Kyley, Kyleen, Kylene, Kyleigh, Kylianne, ..], Kiley [Kylie▲], Kalila [Kylila, Kylilah], Kimberly [Kym, Kymbra, Kymbrely, Kymberly, Kymberlee, Kymberlie, Kymberley, Kymberleigh], Kim [Kym, Kymme], Kendall [Kyndal, Kyndall▲], Kendra [Kyndra, Kyndria], Kynthia, Cynthia [Kynthia, Kynthija], Kyoko, Kyra▼ [Kyrha, Kyrah, Kyrra, Kyria, Kyrie, Kyrene, Kyreena], Kirsten [Kyrstin]