Keenan - Kenn
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Kenan 3 Based on Hebrew language. "Acquire." Unusual. Kenan (cf. Flannan, Dartagnan) ends with the popular masculine-sounding -nan. See also Kelan.
Kendall▼ [Kendal, Kendale, Kendel, Kendell, Kendill, Kendyl, Kendle, Kendyll, Kenny▼] 4 From Old English. "The Kent river valley." Adoption of Kendall and variants as baby names in 2014 was 59.9% less than 10 years ago.
Kendrew 5 From Scottish. "Man, warrior." Popular as last name, and Kendrew (upper 81%) is comparable to popular -rew surnames Andrew (upper 2%), Kenebrew (58%). See also Keondre. ..
Kendrick [Ken, Kendric, Kendricks, Kendrik, Kendrix, Kenny▼, Kendryck, Kenrick, Kenrick, Kenricks, Kenrik] 6 From Welsh language. "Greatest champion." Kendrick (top 1%), Kenny (1%), Kendricks (11%), Kendrix (29%) and Ken (30%) appear commonly as last names. ..
Kenley [Kenlea, Kenlee, Kenleigh, Kenlie, Kenly] 9 From Old English language. "The king's meadow." Common as surnames. Compare Kenley (top 15%) and popular -nley last names Hanley (top 1%), Ganley (10%).
Kenn 10 Stems fr. Welsh. "Bright water." Rather quirky as a baby name, Kenn is found more conventionally as a surname. See also Khan. ..
Summary of names (grouped by variations) for Ken- names for boys.Keenan - Kenn
Keenan [Kennan, Kennon], Ken [Kenny, Kennan, Kennie, Kenney], Kenan, Kendall [Kenny, Kendel, Kendle, Kendyl, Kendale, Kendyll, Kendell, Kendill], Kendrew, Kendrick [Kenny, Kenrik, Kenrick, Kendrik, Kendrix, Kendryck, Kenricks, ..], Kenelm [Kenhelm, Kennelm], Kenji [Kenjiro], Kenley [Kenly, Kenlee, Kenlie, Kenlea, Kenleigh], KennKennard - Kenyon
Kennard [Kenner, Kendon, Kennaird], Kennedy [Kenedi, Kennady, Kennedey], Kenneth [Ken, Kenny, Kennet, Kennett, Kennith], Kenny [Kenney], Kent [Kentt, Kennt, Kentrell], Kentaro, Kenton [Kentan, Kentin], Kenward, Kenway, Kenyatta, Kenyon