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Boy Names Starting with Ky-
Ky- baby names and what they mean, with 11 results. Ky- names are used more often as feminine names. Usage of these boy names was at its apex in the year 1990 (usage of 1.12%) and is now significantly lower (usage 0.31%, ▼72.6%), with names such as Kyle becoming somewhat dated. The most fashionable baby names in this list are Kyrie (#334), Kye (#978), Kylen (#979), Kylan (#665) and Kyler (#287), while Kyaw (top 59%) and Kyes (30%) are common Ky- last names. Here is the list of Ky- names for girls.
Kye - KyroneKye1▲
Form of Kai. Derived fr. Welsh, Scandinavian, Greek. "Keeper of the keys; earth." Adoption of Kye was more pronounced among parents in 2015. Kyle▼, var. Kye2▲, Kylan▲, Kylar, Kylen▲, Kyrell, Kyler1▲
Based on Gaelic language. "Narrow, straight." Kylo is also a marginally favored boys' name.Kyler2▲, var. Kylor
Derived fr. Danish element. "Bowman, archer." Common as surnames, and Kyler (upper 11%) is comparable to popular last names Syler (upper 21%), Eyler (8%), with the -yler suffix.Kynaston
Root fr. Old English element. "Royal peace settlement." Kynaston is seldom used as a boys' name.Kyp
Var. of Kipp. Root fr. Old English language. "Pointed hill." Kyu, Kyi are common surnames. See also Kye.Kyran
Form of Kiran. Based on Hindi, Sanskrit languages. "Beam of light." Kyran soared in popularity less than a decade ago and is less conventional today. See also Kern.Kyrie▲
Origin fr. Greek. "Lord." Unisex name. Well-used, with usage of 0.054% for Kyrie as a birth name in 2015, higher than 0.029% in 2014.Kyril1, Kyrill
Var. of Kiril. Origin fr. Greek language. "Lord." Kyril and Kyrill are unique as birth names.Kyril2
Var. of Cyril. Derivative of Greek word. "Master, lord." Unusual as a boys' name, but Kyril is similar to the more conventional Kyrie. See also Karel.Kyrk
Var. of Kirk. Derivative of Old Norse, Old German languages. "Church." Not that popular as a boys' name. See also Dyrk.