From Kael to Kyros—and more common names like Kyle, Keith, and Kevin—we’ve got plenty of baby boy names that start with the letter K.
Kevin is a modern-day classic. From the Wonder Years' Kevin Arnold, to six-degrees of Kevin Bacon, to teen heartthrob Kevin... Read More
While it's probably not the coolest to be named after a geographical term, Kyle has been a very popular name in modern times... Read More
Irish: Forest; Originally a Scottish place name, Keith was also the surname of a long line of Scottish earls.
Arabic: Companion, friend, lover; The writings of Lebanese poet Khalil Gibran in The Prophet have been translated worldwide.
Gaelic: Dark-haired; an Anglicized form of Ciaran, a popular Irish name
What started out as a nickname for the very refined Kenneth, has become a bonafide name of its own. Kenny has an easygoing... Read More
English: From the church; a nickname for many male English names related to churches, such as Kirkland and Kirkwood
German: Strong, manly; The writings of Karl Marx helped form the policies for the political and economic system known as Communism...
Is your bouncing baby boy destined to be a warrior? Then consider Kane, which not only refers to the bad boy Cain in the... Read More
English: Nickname of Kenneth and an abbreviation of names beginning with Ken-; Ken is also known as the main squeeze of the world...
Japanese: Healthy, strong
Kobe Bryant (middle name Bean), the longtime L.A. Lakers high scorer, was named after the famous beef of Kobe, Japan, which... Read More
Irish: Strife or battle; Saint Killian was an Irish saint who brought Christianity and literacy to Germany in the fifth century...
Arabic: Generous, noble; The Koran lists Al Karim (The Generous) as one of the 99 names of God.
Gaelic: A narrow strait or channel. Variant of Kyle.
Irish: A narrow strait or channel. Variant of Kyle.
Cameron continues to be a popular unisex name, so it only makes sense that Kameron has now emerged. The "K" spelling gives... Read More