Keenan - Kendrew
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[Kennan, Kennon, .. 5 more] Var. of Keenan 1 Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Ancient." The forms Kennan and Kennon are sparsely used men's names. Kennan (Top 26%) and Kennon (8%) appear regularly as surnames in the US Census. ..
Ken [Kennan, Kenney, Kennie, Kenny▼] 2 Derivative of English element. Short form of names beginning with Ken- such as Kenneth .. The forms Ken (Top 22%) and Kenny (26%) are common men's names, while Kennan, Kenney and Kennie are uncommon comparatively. Ken (Top 38%), Kennan (26%), Kenney (2%), Kennie (93%) and Kenny (2%) occur regularly as surnames in the US Census.
Kenan 3 Root fr. Hebrew word. "Acquire." A somewhat rare name for baby boys which is found more frequently as a surname. See also Kenn.
Kendall▼ [Kendal, Kendale, Kendel, Kendell, Kendill, Kendle, Kendyl, Kendyll, Kenny▼] 4 Derivative of Old English language. "The Kent river valley." Usage of Kendall and Kenny as given names for boys has trended downward over the years since 1960-1969.
Kendrew 5 Root fr. Scottish word. "Man, warrior." Kendrew is unconventional as a male name, occurring commonly (Top 80%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Kendric. ..
Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for Ken- names for boys.
[Keenan - Kendrew]
Keenan [Kennan, Kennon], Ken [Kenny, Kennan, Kennie, Kenney], Kenan, Kendall [Kenny, Kendle, Kendyl, Kendell, Kendill, Kendyll, ..], Kendrew
[Kendrick - Kent]
Kendrick [Kenny, Kenrik, Kenrick, Kendryck, Kenricks, ..], Kenelm [Kenhelm, Kennelm], Kenji [Kenjiro], Kenley [Kenly, Kenlee, Kenlie, Kenlea, Kenleigh], Kenn, Kennard [Kenner, Kendon, Kennaird], Kennedy [Kenedi, Kennady, Kennedey], Kenneth [Ken, Kenny, Kennet, Kennett, Kennith], Kenny [Kenney], Kent [Kentt, Kennt, Kentrell]
[Kentaro - Kenyon]
Kentaro, Kenton [Kentan, Kentin], Kenward, Kenway, Kenyatta, Kenyon