K names

All about the K's!
  1. Cala
    • Origin:

      Arabic
    • Meaning:

      "castle, fortess"
    • Description:

      Extremely simple and extremely distinctive -- a winning combination. Sound-alike Calla is a Greek (and botanical) name that means beautiful.
  2. Kade
    • Origin:

      Spelling variation of Cade
    • Description:

      Kade is a prime example of the new trend for substituting K's at the beginning of traditionally C-starting names.
  3. Kaj
    • Origin:

      Danish
    • Meaning:

      "earth"
    • Description:

      Kaj is a name that looks great on paper, but while it's pronounced with to rhyme with rye, it is sure to be pronounced by most people to rhyme with "raj" or, much worse, "Madge".
  4. Kane
    • Origin:

      Celtic
    • Meaning:

      "warrior"
    • Description:

      A name of multiple identities: a somewhat soap-operatic single-syllable surname, a homonym for the biblical bad boy Cain, and, when found in Japan and Hawaii, it transforms into the two syllable KA-neh. Kane also has multiple meanings: in Welsh, it's "beautiful"; in Japanese, "golden"; and in Hawaiian, "man of the Eastern sky."
  5. Kavanagh
    • Origin:

      Irish
    • Meaning:

      "born handsome or son of Caomhan"
    • Description:

      Kavanagh, which can also be spelled Cavanagh, Cavenagh, Kavanaugh, and Cavanaugh, is one of the few traditional Irish surnames not to start with Mc or O'. Kavanagh relates to the name first Kevin or Caomhan. Early kings of Leinster bore the name Kavanagh.
  6. Kenton
    • Origin:

      English
    • Meaning:

      "the royal settlement"
    • Description:

      Although Kenton has the trendy K beginning and on ending, and a jazz reference to Stan Kenton, it still manages to sound stiff and old-fashioned.
  7. Klay
    • Koda
      • Kohan
        • Krew