If you’re in search of great K names for your future baby girl, look no further. From Kai to Kyra, we’ve got you covered.
Kayla is a lesson in the power of soap operas. The name seemingly appeared out of thin air when Days of Our Lives introduced... Read More
An English surname with an original meaning now unknown, but which almost certainly refers to a meadow...or a South African... Read More
The regal-sounding Katherine is a timeless name. From monarchs to actresses to pop singers, there's never a shortage of Katherine's... Read More
A unisex name of Irish origin, Kelly is typically associated with the 70s and 80s when the name was wildly popular. It's... Read More
English: Pure, innocent; a familiar form of Catherine, Katherine, and their spelling variants that can stand as an independent name...
Out of all the spelling variations of the Irish Caitlin, Kaitlyn has emerged as the cream of the crop. It's so popular, in... Read More
The Scandinavian version of the oft-used Christine, Kristen has fallen out of vogue since its peak in the 1980s. The name... Read More
Irish: Pure or innocent; variant of Catherine. Bing Crosby crooned the famous ballad, "I''ll Take You Home Again, Kathleen."
Get ready for a sea of Kaylees to be hitting a local schoolyard near you. At an all-time popularity peak, Kaylee's sunny... Read More
Kiara is a melodic Irish name meaning "dark" or "little" that many parents have been gravitating towards as of late. Another... Read More
Yet another spelling variation of Caitlin, Katelyn has the added distinction of combining two real full names, Kate and Lyn... Read More
This name is currently synonymous with a certain well-endowed Kardashian. Whether that helps or hurts its current lack of... Read More
English: Blend of Ken (royal obligation, clear water) and Sandra (protector of man) or Andrea (manly or masculine); also feminine...
Katrina is an exotic and elegant variation of the classic Katherine. However, nowadays, most people in the U.S. will associate... Read More
English: Valley of the Kent; This surname has become a unisex name and likely refers to a river in England.
Pure, keeper of the keys; also an abbreviation of Katherine. Sir Kay was one of King Arthur''s knights. Read More
Kristina is a timeless name that may fall in and out of trendiness, but will never go out of style. And being the Scandinavian... Read More
Keira, derived from cian, meaning "dark-haired" or "black," first became popular in 2000 before leaping over 800 places to... Read More