[Kosma, .. 2 more] Var. of Cosima 16 Origin fr. Greek word. "Order, beauty." Scarcely used as a name for newborns. See also Kosta. ..
[Kordney, Kortnay, Kortnee, Kortney▼, Kortni, Kortnie, Kortny, Kourtenay, Kourtnee, Kourtneigh, Kourtney▼, Kourtnee, Kourtni, Kourtnie, Kourty, .. 22 more] Var. of Courtney 17 Based on Old French element. "Domain of Curtius." Kourtney and Kortney have waned in popularity as given names for girls over time since 1990. ..
[Koneesha, .. 8 more] Var. of Kanisha 18 From English element. Invented name .. The version Koneesha is uncommonly used as a feminine name. See also Kennesha.
Koemi 21 Source fr. Japanese word. "A little smile." Koemi is sparsely used as a feminine name. See also Noemi.
Kolina 22 Origin fr. Swedish word. Variant of Katherine. Kolina is uncommonly used as a given name. See also Polina.
Konstanze [Konstance, Konstantia, Konstantijna, Konstantina, Kosta, Kostatina, Kostya, .. 5 more] 23 Source fr. German, Latin words. "Constant, steadfast." These names are barely found as feminine names. ..
Kora▲ [Korabell, Koral, Koralise, Koree, Koreen, Korella, Koren, Korena, Korenda, Koressa, Korette, Korey, Korilla, Korina, Korinna, Korinne, Korissa, Korrina, Korrine, Korynna, Koryssa, .. 14 more] 24 Origin fr. Greek word. "Maiden." These names are seldom found as women's names. Koral (Top 63%), Koren (28%) and Korey (49%) appear regularly as surnames in the US Census. ..
Kori [Koree, Korey, Korie, Korri, Korrie, Korry, Kory] 25 Based on Greek language. Variant of Cory. The version Kori is familiar (Top 39%) as a women's name, while the other names are scarce comparatively. Korey (Top 49%) and Kory (45%) occur regularly as surnames in the US Census.