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Boy Names Starting with Kn-

Kn- baby names and what they mean, with 8 results. Kn- names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names were at the apex of their popularity in 2015 (adoption of 0.07%). Knox (#258) is the most fashionable birth name in this list, while Knighten (top 6%) and Knightner (88%) are conventional Kn- last names.

Kn- names

Knightley - Knute

Knightley, var. Knight, Knightlea, Knightlee, Knightlie, Knights, Knightly
Origin fr. Old English element. "Knight's meadow." Uncommon, but Knightley is similar to common -ley surnames Kitley (upper 49%), Keathley (10%).

Knoa
Var. of Noah. Based on Hebrew. "Peaceful." Knoah is a somewhat common boys' name. See also Kano.

Knoll, var. Knolles, Knollys, Knowles
Derived fr. Old English language. "Little hill." Knoell (upper 27%), Knolls (85%) are popular last names.

KnoxKnox
Stems fr. Old English word. "Round-top hill." Usage of Knox as a children's name in 2015 was 12.1% more than the previous year. See also Knoa.

Knoz
Var. of Konrad. Stems fr. Polish, German languages. "Bold advisor." Knoz was not among 2015's Top names. See also Knoa.

Knud
Origin fr. Danish. "Kind." Knud is a unique men's name. See also Knut.

Canute and variantsKnut1, Knute1
Forms of Canute. Source fr. Scandinavian. "Knot." Knut is unusual as a children's name among the variations of Canute.

Knute2, var. Knut2
Based on Scandinavian element. "Knot." Knute is prevalent as a boys' name compared to Knut.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Kn- names for boys.

1. Knightley - Knute
Knightley [Knight, Knights, Knightly, Knightlea, Knightlie, Knightlee], Noah [Knoa], Knoll [Knolles, Knollys, Knowles], Knox, Konrad [Knoz], Knud, Canute [Knut, Knute], Knute [Knut]

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