Boys Names H-K

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Boys Names

Origin

Meaning

Ha-Neul Korean sky
Habib Arabic The beloved one.
Hackett German little woodsman
Hadar unknown glorious
Hadden English child of the heather-filled valley
Haddon Old English From the heathery hill.
Hadi Arabic A guide or leader.
Hadley Old English From the heathery field.
Hadrian Latin The dark one or a man from the sea, as in the Adriatic. The name of six Popes.
Hadwin Old English A friend in battle.
Hafiz Arabic The guardian.
Hagan Teutonic strong defense
Hagen Irish Gaelic Little Hugh. Heart and mind.
Hagley Old English From the hay wood clearing.
Hahn German rooster
Haig Old English/Teutonic From the enclosure or paddock.
Haile hero  
Haines Old English From the fenced area.
Hakan Norse, Turkish noble, fiery
Hakim Arabic Wise and judicious.
Hakon Old Norse Of noble birth.
Hal   Estate ruler.
Halbert Old English A brilliant hero.
Halden Old English Half Danish.
Haldor Old Norse Rock of Thor (the Norse God of thunder).
Hale Old English The dweller in the nook.
Haley Irish Gaelic Ingenious. A boy or girl's name.
Halford Old English From the ford in the nook.
Halian Zuni Indian of Julius
Halifax Old English From the Holy field. A city in northern England and a seaport in Canada.
Halil Turkish  
Hall Old English From the manor house or hall.
Hallam Old Norse The dweller at the rocks.
Halse Old English From the neck of land.
Halsey Old English from Hal's island
Halstead Old English The stronghold.
Halsten Old Norse A rock.
Halton Old English  
Halvard Old Norse The defender of the rock.
Hamal Arabic As gentle as a lamb.
Hamar Old Norse Ingenious.
Hamid Arabic The thankful one.
Hamilton Old English From the crooked hill.
Hamish Scottish Scottish form of James. The supplanter.
Hamlet Old English From the enclosed land. Also the name of a famous Shakespearian character and play.
Hamlin Teutonic From the small home.
Hamon Greek The faithful one.
Hampton Old English From the river meadow.
Hanan Hebrew Arabic: The affectionate one. Hebrew: The gracious gift of God. A boy or girl's name.
Handel German Little Hans. God is gracious. Also the name of a famous composer.
Hanford Old English From the rocky ford.
Hani Arabic The contented one.
Hank   The ruler of the home or estate. Also see Harrison, Henderson and parry.
Hanke   The ruler of the home or estate. From the name Henry.
Hanley Old English From the high clearing.
Hannes Hebrew God is gracious.
Hannibal Phoenician The famous general of Carthage (Northern Africa) who crossed the Alps and invaded Italy.
Hannu Finnish Finnish form of John.
Hans German God is gracious.
Hansel German God is gracious. From the name Hans.
Hansi German God is gracious.
Hanson Old English/Teutonic Son of Hans. God is gracious.
Haral Old Norse Army power, or ruler of the army.
Harald Scandinavian Army power, or ruler of the army.
Harcourt Old English The dweller at the falconer's cottage.
Harden Old English From the valley of the hare.
Hardik Hindu  
Harding Old English A brave warrior.
Hardwin Old English A brave friend.
Hardy Teutonic Bold, daring.
Hare Maori Maori form of Charles. Manly, full grown.
Haresh Hindu  
Harford Old English The ford of the stag.
Hargreave Old English From the hare grove.
Hari Sanskrit He who removes evil.
Harish Hindu  
Harith North African cultivator
Harlan Old English From the rocky land.
Harleigh Old English From the hare or stag meadow.
Harley Old English From the hare or stag meadow. A boy or girl's name.
Harlow Old English From the fortified hill.
Harman Teutonic A man of the army.
Harold Old Norse Army power, or ruler of the army.
Haroun Arabic Arabic forms of Aaron.
Harper Old English A harp player or maker. A boy or girl's name.
Harrison Old English Son of Harry. Army power, or ruler of the army.
Harry   Army power, or ruler of the army.
Harsh Hindu joy
Hart unknown deer, stag
Hartley English from the deer pasture
Hartman Teutonic The strong man.
Hartwell Old English From the well.
Hartwin Teutonic A brave fiend.
Hartwood Old English From the forest of stags.
Haru Japanese born in the spring
Harun Arabic Arabic forms of Aaron.
Harvey Breton Army warrior.
Harwin Old English A brave friend.
Harwood Old English From the wood of the hares.
Hasad Turkish Harvest.
Hasim Arabic The decisive one.
Haslett Old English From the Hazel tree wood.
Hassan Arabic Handsome and good.
Hastin Hindu elephant
Hastings German swift one
Havelock Old Norse Sea sport.
Haven Old English A place of refuge.
Havika Hawaiian Beloved.
Hawley Old English From the hedged meadow.
Hayden Old English From the heathery hill.
Hayes Old English From the hedged area.
Hayward Teutonic The brave one, or the chief guardian.
Haywood Old English From the fenced wood.
Hazlett Old English From the Hazel tree wood.
Hazlitt Old English From the Hazel tree wood.
Hearst Old English A dweller in the wood.
Heath Old English The heath-land dweller.
Heathcliff English From the cliff-land heath. The hero of Emily Browns Wuthering Heights.
Heathcote Old English From the cottage on a heath.
Hecate   From Shakespeare's play MacBeth.
Hector Greek To hold fast. The name of a Trojan hero in classical mythology.
Heddwyn Welsh Blessed peace.
Hedley Old English A clearing in the heather.
Heilyn Welsh A steward.
Heinrich German German form of Henry. The ruler of the home or estate.
Heinz   Ruler of the home. From the name Heinrik.
Helaku Native American sunny day
Helenus   From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida.
Helicanus   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Heller Old German the sun
Helmut Teutonic A courageous protector.
Helmuth German helmet, protector, courage
Hemal Hindu  
Hemang Hindu  
Hemant Hindu  
Hemendra Hindu  
Hemi Maori Maori form of James. The supplanter.
Henderson Old English from Teutonic The son of Henry. The ruler of the home or estate.
Hendra Cornish From the old farm.
Hendy Old English The courteous one.
Henleigh Old English From the high clearing.
Henley Old English From the high clearing.
Henning Teutonic ruler of an estate
Henri French The ruler of the home or estate.
Henrik   Ruler of the home.
Henry Teutonic The ruler of the home or estate.
Herb   Bright, excellent army or ruler.
Herbert Teutonic Bright, excellent army or ruler.
Hercules Greek The exceptionally strong mythological hero.
Herman Teutonic Person of high rank.
Hermes Greek The messenger of the gods.
Hermon Teutonic A man of the army.
Hernando Spanish Prepared for the journey. An adventurer or traveller.
Herold Old Norse Army power, or ruler of the army.
Herrick Old Norse The army ruler.
Hershel Jewish A deer.
Herst Old English A dweller in the wood.
Hertford Old English The ford of the stag.
Herve French Battle-worthy.
Hervey Breton Battle-worthy.
Herwin Teutonic A battle companion.
Hesketh Old Norse From the horseracing track.
Hew Teutonic Heart and mind. Also see Hagen, Hubert and Hudson.
Hewett Teutonic Little Hugh. Heart and mind.
Hewie Scottish Heart and mind. Also see Hagen, Hubert and Hudson.
Hewston Old English From the place of Hugh.
Heyward Teutonic The brave one, or the chief guardian.
Hiatt Old English A high gate.
Hieronymus German German form of Jerome. A sacred or holy name.
Hilary Latin The cheerful one. A boy or girl's name.
Hildebrand Teutonic A battle sword.
Hillel Hebrew The praised one. A biblical name.
Hilton Old English From the farm on the hill.
Hippolyte Greek He who frees the horses.
Hiram Hebrew Exalted. A name from the Bible.
Hiroshi Japanese Generous.
Hirsh Jewish A deer.
Hiten Hindu  
Hitendra Hindu  
Hitesh Hindu  
Ho Chinese/Korean Goodness.
Hobart Teutonic A brilliant mind.
Hogan Irish Gaelic A youth.
Holbrook Old English From the brook in the valley.
Holden Old English From the deep valley.
Holger Old Norse Spear-like.
Holgernes   From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour Lost.
Hollis Old English From the grove of Holly trees.
Holman Old English A dweller in the hollow.
Holmes Old English From the island in the river.
Holofernes   From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour's Lost.
Holt Old English A dweller in the wood.
Homer   The name of the epic Greek poet, possibly meaning a pledge.
Hont Hungarian dogbreeder, friend of dogs
Hopkin Welsh The son of Robert. Famous, bright fame.
Horace Latin Hour in time.
Horatio Latin Hour in time.
Hori Polynesian Polynesian form of George. A tiller of the soil (farmer).
Horst German From the wood or wooded hill.
Hortensio Latin The garden lover.
Hortensius Latin The garden lover.
Horton Old English From the grey or muddy place.
Hosea Hebrew Salvation.
Houghton Old English From the farm on the hill.
Houston Old English From the place of Hugh. Also the name of a city in Texas.
Howard Teutonic Guardian of the home.
Howe Old Norse A hillock or burial mound.
Howell Cornish/Welsh The eminent one. Also see Powel.
Howie   Guardian of the home.
Hridayesh Hindu  
Hrishikesh Hindu  
Hsin Chinese After an ancient dynasty.
Huatare Maori The name of a famous chief.
Huba Hungarian  
Hubert Teutonic A brilliant mind.
Hudson Old English The son of Hugh. Heart and mind.
Huey   Heart and mind. Also see Hagen, Hubert and Hudson.
Hugh Teutonic Heart and mind. Also see Hagen, Hubert and Hudson.
Hugo Dutch/German Heart and mind. Also see Hagen, Hubert and Hudson.
Humbert Teutonic A famous warrior.
Hume Old English From the river island.
Humphrey Teutonic The protector of the peace.
Hunor Hungarian a name of an etnhic group
Hunter Old English The huntsman.
Huntley Old English From the hunter's meadow.
Huon   The name of a Tasmanian river and a type of tree. A boy or girl's name.
Hurst Old English A dweller in the wood.
Hussain Arabic The handsome little one.
Hussein Arabic The handsome little one.
Hutton Old English From the farm on the hill.
Huw Welsh Heart and mind. Also see Hagen, Hubert and Hudson.
Huxley Old English The inhospitable place.
Hyam Hebrew Life.
Hyatt Old English A high gate.
Hyde English A hide (an old measurement) of land.
Hylton Old English From the farm on the hill.
Hymen   From Shakespeare's play As You Like It.
Hyram Hebrew Exalted. A name from the Bible.
Hywel Cornish/Welsh The eminent one. Also see Powel.

I

Iachima   From Shakespeare's play Merry Wives of Windsor.
Iagan Scottish The little fiery one.
Iago Spanish Spanish form of James. The supplanter. Also from Shakespeare's play Othello.
Iain Gaelic God's gracious gift
Ian Hebrew God is gracious. The Scottish form of John.
Ibeamaka African the agnates are splendid
Ibrahim Hebrew The father of many.
Icarus Greek A legendary figure.
Ichabod Hebrew The glory has departed.
Iden Old English Prosperous.
Idris Arabic/Welsh Arabic: A good man. Welsh: A fiery, impulsive lord.
Idwal Welsh The lord of the wall or rampart.
Iestin Welsh Welsh form of Justin. Just or true.
Iestyn Welsh Welsh form of Justin. Just or true.
Ieuan Welsh Welsh form of John. God is gracious. Also see Evan and Owen.
Ifor Welsh A traditional name of uncertain meaning.
Ignacio Latin one who is lively
Ignatius Latin Ardent, fiery.
Igor Scandinavian Hero. Also a Russian variation of the name George.
Ihorangi Polynesian Rain.
Ike Hebrew Laughter, the laughing one.
Ikey Hebrew Laughter, the laughing one.
Ilar Welsh Cheerful.
Ilario Italian Cheerful.
Ilhan Turkish  
Ilias Latin Jehovah is my God
Ilie Romanian Romanian form of Elias. The Lord is God.
Ilya Russian Russian form of Elijah. The Lord is God.
Imam Arabic One who believes in God. A boy or girl's name.
Immanuel German God is with us.
Imre Hungarian An industrious ruler.
Ince Latin innocent
Indra Sanskrit The God of the atmosphere and sky.
Ingemar Old Norse A famous son.
Inger Old Norse A son's army or a Hero's daughter. A boy or girl's name.
Inglebert Teutonic A bright Angel.
Ingmar Scandinavian famous son
Ingo    
Ingolf    
Ingram Teutonic The raven.
Inigo Latin Ardent, fiery.
Innes Celtic/Gaelic An island in the river, or from the island. Also see Ennis.
Innocent Latin Harmless, innocent. The name of several saints and popes.
Ioannes Greek Greek form of John.
Iolo Welsh A handsome lord.
Iolyn Welsh A handsome lord.
Ion Romanian Romanian form of John. God is gracious.
Iorweth Welsh A handsome lord.
Ira Hebrew Watchful, vigilant. A biblical name.
Iravan Hindu son of Arjuna/Uloopi
Irawaru Polynesian A figure from legend.
Irvin Anglo-Saxon lover of the sea
Irving Scottish Handsome and fair.
Irwin Old English From the words `boar' and 'friend'.
Isa Sanskrit/Teutonic Sanskrit: A lord. Teutonic: Strong-willed. A boy or girl's name.
Isaac Hebrew Laughter, the laughing one. The son of Abraham in the Bible.
Isaiah Hebrew God is salvation, or God is my helper. One of the prophets in the Bible. Lived in the 8th century BC.
Isha Hindu one who protects
Ishmael Hebrew The Lord will hear. The first son of Abraham in the Bible.
Ishver Hindu  
Isidore Greek The gift of Isis (an Egyptian goddess).
Isidro Spanish Chidro
Israel Hebrew The Lord's soldier.
Istvan Hungarian Hungarian form of Stephen. A crown or garland.
Itzaak Hebrew Laughter, the laughing one.
Itzak Hebrew laughter
Itziamar    
Itzik Hebrew Laughter, the laughing one.
Ivan   Eastern European form of John.
Ivar Old Norse A battle archer.
Ives Old English The little archer.
Ivo German The little archer.
Ivor Old Norse A battle archer.
Izaak Dutch Laughter, the laughing one.

J

Jabari Swahili The brave one.
Jabez Hebrew Sorrowful.
Jabir Arabic The comforter.
Jace Greek The healer.
Jacek Polish A lily. A male form of hyacinth.
Jack Hebrew From the name John, but also used as an independent name. God is gracious.
Jackson Old English Son of Jack. God is gracious.
Jacob Hebrew Held by the heel.
Jacques French French form of Jacob and James.
Jacy Native American the moon
Jaedon    
Jael Hebrew To ascend or a wild goat. A boy or girl's name.
Jafar Hindu little stream
Jagdish Sanskrit The ruler of the world.
Jagger Middle English A carter or hawker.
Jago Cornish Cornish form of James.
Jaiden English A modern name derived from Jai or Jay.
Jaidev Hindu  
Jaidon English A modern name derived from Jai or Jay.
Jaime French French for I love you. A boy or girl's name.
Jake   Held by the heel. From the name Jacob, but also used as an independent name.
Jakob Dutch/German/Scandinavian The supplanter. One who takes the place of another. A biblical name. Also see James.
Jakub Czech/Polish The supplanter. One who takes the place of another. A biblical name. Also see James.
Jal English wanderer
Jaleel Arabic great, fine
Jalen Arabic  
Jalil Arabic Majestic.
Jamal Arabic The handsome one. A boy or girl's name.
James Hebrew The supplanter. A form of Jacob.
Jamie   The supplanter.
Jamieson Old English The son of James. The supplanter.
Jamison English son of James
Jan   God is gracious. A boy or girl's name.
Janak Hindu  
Janardan Hindu  
Janus Latin The Roman God of doors and gates (beginnings and endings). The month of January is derived from this name.
Japhet Hebrew Youthful. A son of Noah in the Bible.
Jaques French French form of Jacob and James.
Jared Hebrew The descendant.
Jarek Polish born in January
Jarel Jarrel, Jarrell, Jari, Jary  
Jarlath Irish Gaelic A leader or prince.
Jarman Celtic A man from Germany.
Jaron Hebrew To sing.
Jaroslav Slavonic The glory of spring. A popular Czech name.
Jarrad Hebrew The descendant.
Jarrah Aboriginal A type of Eucalyptus tree. A boy or girl's name.
Jarratt Teutonic A spearman.
Jarred Hebrew The descendant.
Jarrod Hebrew The descendant.
Jarvis Teutonic A spear servant.
Jaryn Gaelic Jar
Jason Greek The healer. The mythological hero who retrieved the golden fleece.
Jasper Persian The treasurer. The name of a gemstone. Also see Caspar and Gaspar.
Jatin Hindu  
Java   An Indonesian island.
Javan Latin angel of Greece
Javed Persian Eternal. A popular Muslim name.
Javier Portuguese/Spanish Of the new house.
Jay Sanskrit/Old English Sanskrit: Victory. Old English: A bird. Also used as a nickname for Jacob, James and many names.
Jayant Hindu victorious, a Rudra
Jayden English God has heard.
Jaysukh Hindu  
Jayvyn African light spirit
Jean French God is gracious. A boy or girl's name.
Jed Hebrew Beloved of God. From the name Jedediah, but also used independently.
Jedd Hebrew Beloved of God. From the name Jedediah, but also used independently.
Jedediah Hebrew Beloved of God. A biblical name.
Jedidiah Hebrew beloved of the Lord
Jedrek Polish strong, manly
Jeevan Hindu life
Jeff Teutonic Divinely peaceful. Derived from Godfrey.
Jefferson Old English The son of Jeffrey. Divinely peaceful. See Geoffrey.
Jeffrey Teutonic Divinely peaceful. Derived from Godfrey.
Jehosophat Hebrew The Lord judges.
Jelani African mighty
Jenkins    
Jens Danish/Norwegian God is gracious.
Jensen Nordic God is gracious
Jerald English from Old French A spear warrior. Also see Garrett and Gerard.
Jerara Aboriginal Falling water.
Jered Hebrew The descendant.
Jeremiah Hebrew Appointed by God.
Jeremias Dutch/German/Spanish Appointed by God from the biblical name Jeremiah.
Jeremy Hebrew God will uplift.
Jeri Jeris  
Jericho   Moon city.
Jermain   From Germany. A boy or girl's name.
Jermyn Cornish A saint's name.
Jerod   Descendant.
Jerold English from Old French A spear warrior. Also see Garrett and Gerard.
Jerolin Latin holy name
Jerome Greek A sacred or holy name.
Jerrard English from Old French A spear warrior, or brave spearman. Also see Garrett and Gerald.
Jerrie English from Old French A spear warrior. From the name Gerald, Gerard, Jeremy and Jerome. Also used independently.
Jerry English from Old French A spear warrior. From the name Gerald, Gerard, Jeremy and Jerome. Also used independently.
Jervaise Teutonic A spear servant.
Jervis Teutonic A spear servant.
Jerzy Polish Polish form of George. A tiller of the soil (farmer).
Jesse Hebrew God's gift. A boy or girl's name.
Jesus Hebrew The saviour or God is salvation. A variation of Joshua, and a popular Spanish and Portuguese name.
Jet Latin Black, the name of a material used for making jewellery. A boy or girl's name.
Jethro Hebrew Outstanding, excellent.
Jetmir Albanian  
Jibril Arabic archangel Gabriel
Jiger Hindu  
Jilesh Hindu  
Jim   The supplanter. A form of Jacob. From the name James.
Jimmie   The supplanter. A form of Jacob. From the name James.
Jimmy   The supplanter. A form of Jacob. From the name James.
Jimuta Hindu one of 108 names of the Sun God
Jin Chinese/Korean Chinese: Golden. Korean: A jewel. A boy or girl's name.
Jinesh Hindu  
Jiri Czech Czech form of George.
Jiro Japanese second male
Jirra Aboriginal A kangaroo. A boy or girl's name.
Jiten Hindu  
Jitender Sanskrit The powerful conqueror.
Jitendra Hindu  
Jivana Hindu one of 108 names of the Sun God
Jivin Hindu to give life
Jo Hebrew God shall add. Nickname of Joseph.
Joab Hebrew Praise the Lord.
Joachim Hebrew Established by God. The name of a king of Judah in the Bible.
Joakim Hebrew the Lord will judge
Job Hebrew The persecuted one. A name that is associated with patience.
Jocelin Latin The merry one. More commonly a girl's name.
Jock Scottish Short form of Jacob or John. God is gracious.
Jody Hebrew God shall add. Nickname of Joseph.
Joe Hebrew God shall add. Nickname of Joseph.
Joel Hebrew God is willing.
Joey Hebrew God shall add. Nickname of Joseph.
Joh Hebrew God is gracious.
Johann German God is gracious.
Johannes German God is gracious.
John Hebrew God is gracious. The name of many saints. Also see Ian, Jack, Jonathan and Owen.
Johnny   God is gracious. The name of many saints. Also see Ian, Jack, Jonathan and Owen.
Johnson English Son of John. God is gracious.
Jolyon English English form of Julius. Also suitable for a child born in July.
Jon Swedish God is gracious. The name of many saints. Also see Ian, Jack, Jonathan and Owen.
Jonah Hebrew A dove. A man of peace.
Jonathan Hebrew God has given, or a gift of the Lord. The friend o David in the Bible. Also see John.
Jonny   God is gracious. The name of many saints. Also see Ian, Jack, Jonathan and Owen.
Joo-Chan Korean praise the Lord
Joost Dutch Fair and just.
Joram Hebrew The Lord is exalted.
Jordan Hebrew Flowing down, as in the River Jordan. A boy or girl's name.
Jorge Portuguese/Spanish A farmer. St George is the patron saint of England.
Jorgen Danish/Swedish A farmer. St George is the patron saint of England.
Jorma Finnish Appointed by God from the biblical name Jeremiah.
Jory Cornish Cornish form of George. Also from the name Joram.
Jose Spanish Spanish form of Joseph. God shall add.
Josef Czech/Dutch/German/Scandinavian God will increase.
Joseph Hebrew God shall add. The father of Jesus and husband of Mary in the Bible.
Joshua Hebrew God is salvation. The biblical figure who led the Israelites to the promised land. Also see Hosea and Jesus.
Josiah Hebrew God heals. A biblical name.
Joss Latin The merry one. From the name Jocelin. Also used as an independent name.
Jourdain French Flowing down, as in the River Jordan.
Jourdan Hebrew Flowing down, as in the River Jordan.
Jove    
Jowan Cornish God is gracious.
Jozef Polish God shall add.
Jozsef Hungarian God shall add.
Juan Spanish Spanish form of John. God is gracious.
Judah Hebrew The praised one. A son of Jacob in the Bible.
Judd Hebrew Praised.
Jude Hebrew praise
Julian English Youthful.
Julius Latin A Roman family name, possibly meaning youthful. Born in July.
Juma African born on a Friday
Jung Korean righteous
Junior   The young, child.
Junius Latin Born in June.
Jurgen German German form of George. A tiller of the soil (farmer).
Justin Latin Just or true.
Justus Latin justice
Jyotis Sanskrit Light.

K

Kabir Hindu  
Kabos Hebrew swindler
Kada Hungarian  
Kadin Arabic friend, companion
Kadir Arabic Powerful.
Kadosa Hungarian  
Kahn Hindu  
Kahoku Hawaiian star
Kai Hawaiian, Navajo Indian sea, willow tree
Kaikara Ugandan traditional name of God
Kailash Hindu  
Kain Irish Gaelic Warlike.
Kalani Hawaiian Of the Heavens.
Kalb Arabic dog
Kalden Tibetan/Sherpa Of the golden age.
Kale Hawaiian strong and manly
Kaleb Hebrew The devoted one.
Kaleo pure  
Kalid Arabic Eternal.
Kalidas Hindu the poet, musician
Kalil Arabic good/best friend
Kalkin Hindu tenth incarnation of God Vishnu
Kalman Hungarian strong and manly
Kalpanath Hindu  
Kalti Aboriginal A spear.
Kama Sanskrit/Thai Sanskrit: The golden one. Thai: Love. A boy or girl's name.
Kamadev Hindu god of love
Kamal Arabic Perfect.
Kami Aboriginal A prickly lizard.
Kamil Arabic/Czech Arabic: Perfecr. Czech: From a Roman family name. A boy or girl's name.
Kamlesh Hindu  
Kanak Hindu gold
Kanan Hindu  
Kanaye Japanese zealous one
Kane Irish Gaelic Warlike. A boy or girl's name.
Kaniel Arabic/Hebrew Arabic: Spear-like. Hebrew: A reed.
Kano Japanese The God of the waters.
Kapil Hindu name of a rishi
Kaplony Hungarian tiger
Kapolcs Hungarian  
Karan Sanskrit A warrior.
Kardal Arabic mustard seed
Kardos Hungarian swordsman
Karel Czech/Dutch A free person. A boy or girl's name.
Kari Aboriginal Smoke.
Karim Arabic Noble and generous.
Karl German/Scandinavian A free man.
Karma Tibetan/Sherpa A star. A boy or girl's name.
Karol Polish A free person. A boy or girl's name.
Karsa Hungarian falcon
Karsten German A follower of Christ. A Christian.
Kartal Hungarian eagle
Kartik Hindu  
Kartikeya Hindu Subramanyam, Skanda, son of Shiva and Parvati
Kasch German like a blackbird
Kasen Latin protected with a helmet
Kasey Irish Gaelic The vigilant one.
Kasim Arabic One who shares or distributes.
Kasimir German The great destroyer.
Kaspar German The treasurer. The name of one of the three wise men in the new testament. Also see Gaspar and Jasper.
Kasper Polish The treasurer. The name of one of the three wise men in the new testament. Also see Gaspar and Jasper.
Kateb Arabic writer
Kathel Irish Gaelic A battle ruler.
Kauri Polynesian A New Zealand tree.
Kaushal Hindu  
Kaushik Hindu  
Kavan Irish Gaelic The handsome one.
Kavi Hindu poet
Kay Welsh Rejoiced in. A boy or girl's name.
Kayin Yoruban celebrated child
Kayne Irish Gaelic Warlike.
Kazimir Czech The great destroyer.
Kean Irish Gaelic Ancient. Also see Keane.
Keane Old English Handsome and bold.
Kearney Celtic warrior
Keary Celtic father's dark child
Keaton    
Kedar Arabic Powerful.
Keefe Irish Gaelic Handsome, noble.
Keegan Irish Gaelic Fiery, determined.
Keeland Gaelic little and slender
Keeley Irish Gaelic Beautiful. A boy or girl's name.
Keenan Irish Gaelic Little, ancient.
Keeran Irish Gaelic Dark, black.
Kees Dutch Horn-coloured. From the name Cornelius.
Kegan Celtic fiery
Keir Scottish/Celtic Scottish: Probably from the surname Kerr. Celtic: Dark.
Keiran Irish Gaelic Little and dark.
Keith Celtic The wind.
Kelan Irish Gaelic Slender.
Kelby Old German From the farm by the spring or ridge.
Keled Hungarian  
Keleman Hungarian gentle, kind
Kell Old Norse From the well or spring.
Kellen German swamp
Keller Irish Gaelic Little companion.
Kelly Irish Gaelic A warrior. A boy or girl's name.
Kelsey Old Norse A dweller on the island or by the water. A boy or girl's name.
Kelso Scottish A Scottish town.
Kelt Greek A Celtic person.
Kelvin Scottish/English Friend of ships.
Kemal Arabic Perfect.
Kembell Celtic Warrior chief.
Kemble Celtic Warrior chief.
Kemenes Hungarian furnace maker
Kemp Old English A warrior, or champion.
Ken Scottish Gaelic Handsome and fair, or born of fire. From the name Kenneth and other names beginning with `Ken'.
Kenan Cornish The name of a legendary Cornish king.
Kendall English Valley of the river Kent.
Kende Hungarian name of a honor
Kendra Celtic loving male
Kendrick Celtic/Old English Celtic: A hill. Old English: Royal power.
Kenelm Old English A brave friend or protector.
Kenley Old English From the royal meadow.
Kenn Welsh/Celtic Clear as bright water.
Kennard Old English Bold and hardy.
Kennedy Irish Gaelic Royal.
Kenneth Scottish Gaelic Handsome and fair, or born of fire.
Kenny Scottish Gaelic Handsome and fair, or born of fire.
Kenrich Welsh, Old English chief hero; royal ruler
Kenrick Old English A bold ruler.
Kent Celtic Bright, white. Also from the English county, and from the name Kenneth.
Kenton Old English From the royal manor or estate.
Kenver Cornish A great chief.
Kenward Old English A bold guardian, a brave soldier.
Kenwyn Cornish/Welsh The name of a saint. A boy or girl's name.
Kenya   The name of an African country. A boy or girl's name.
Kenyon Irish Gaelic White or fair-haired.
Keon African  
Keona Hawaiian God?s gracious gift
Keoni Polynesian The righteous one.
Ker English house
Kerby Teutonic/Old Norse From the church village.
Kerecsen Hungarian falcon
Kereteki Polynesian A mythological figure.
Kermit Gaelic/Irish Gaelic A free man.
Kern Irish Gaelic The little dark one.
Kernick Cornish From the little corner.
Kernow Cornish From Cornwall.
Kerr Norse marshland
Kerrin Irish Gaelic Dark, black.
Kerry Irish Gaelic The dark one. Also the name of an Irish county. A boy or girl's name.
Kers Todas Indian name of a plant
Kersen Indonesian A cherry.
Kerwin Irish Gaelic The little black-haired one.
Keshav Hindu Krishna's name
Kester Scottish Scottish form of Christopher. Bearing Christ.
Ketan Hindu  
Keve Hungarian pebble
Keverne Irish Gaelic The name of a saint and a placename. A boy or girl's name.
Kevin Irish Gaelic Handsome, beautiful.
Keyon Old English guiding, leading
Khairi Swahili kingly
Khalid Arabic Eternal.
Khalif Arabic Successor.
Khalil Arabic A friend.
Khorshed Persian sun
Khortdad Persian perfection
Khoury Arabic priest
Kiefer German barrel-maker
Kieran Irish Dark, black.
Killara Aboriginal Permanent, always there. Also the name of a Sydney suburb.
Killian Irish Gaelic The little warlike one.
Kim Vietnamese The golden one or from the meadow.. A boy or girl's name.
Kimball Celtic Warrior chief.
Kimberley Old English From the meadow. A boy or girl's name.
Kin Japanese golden
King English A ruler, a sovereign.
Kinga    
Kingsley Old English From the king's wood or meadow.
Kingston Old English From the king's town.
Kinnard Irish Gaelic From the high hill.
Kinnel Gaelic dweller at the head of the cliff
Kinsey Old English A victorious king or prince.
Kintan Hindu wearing a crown
Kipling Middle English one who cures salmon or herring
Kipp English The dweller on the pointed hill.
Kiran Sanskrit A ray of light.
Kirby Teutonic/Old Norse From the church village. A boy or girl's name.
Kirill Russian Lordly.
Kirit Hindu crown, tiara
Kirk Old Norse A dweller by the church.
Kirkley Old English From the church meadow.
Kirkwood Old English From the church wood.
Kiron Greek A wise teacher.
Kirwin Irish Gaelic The little black-haired one.
Kisho Japanese one who knows his own mind
Kishore Hindu  
Kit Greek Bearing Christ or pure. A boy or girl's name.
Kito Swahili A jewel.
Kitto Cornish Bearing Christ. From the name Christopher.
Kiva Hebrew Protected.
Kiyoshi Japanese The quiet one.
Klaas Dutch The victory of the people.
Klaes Frisian The victory of the people.
Klaud Latin The lame one.
Klaus Greek Leader in victory.
Klea    
Klemens German Merciful, mild.
Kliment Russian Merciful, mild.
Knox Irish Gaelic From the Hillod.
Knut Old Norse A knot. The name of several Danish kings.
Kolet Aboriginal A dove.
Kolos Hungarian scholar
Kolya Aboriginal Winter. Also a Russian nickname from Nikolai (see Nicholas).
Konan Irish Gaelic Wise and intelligent.
Konol Aboriginal The sky.
Konrad German/Polish German and Polish form of Conrad. Bold, wise counsellor.
Konstantin German/Russian/Scandinavian Steadfast.
Kont Hungarian  
Kontar Ghanese only child
Koora Aboriginal The day.
Koorong Aboriginal A canoe.
Korey Celtic/Gaelic Dweller in the hollow. A boy or girl's name.
Kornel Czech/Polish A horn.
Korvin Latin crow
Kosmo Greek Perfect order, harmony.
Kostya Russian Steadfast.
Kovan    
Kozma Greek decoration
Kripa Hindu has a twin sister Kripi
Kris Greek A follower of Christ, a Christian. A boy or girl's name.
Krischnan Greek christian
Krishna Sanskrit Dark, black.
Krispen Latin The curly-haired one.
Krispin Latin The curly-haired one.
Kristen Danish A follower of Christ, a Christian. A boy or girl's name.
Kristian Swedish A follower of Christ. A Christian.
Kristoffer Scandinavian Bearing Christ. The patron saint of travellers. Also see Christian.
Krunal Hindu  
Kulan Aboriginal A possum.
Kuldeep Hindu  
Kulvir Hindu  
Kumar Sanskrit A boy or son.
Kunal Hindu  
Kund Hungarian a name of a honor
Kupe Polynesian The name of a heroic explorer.
Kurt German A bold counsellor.
Kuruk Native American A bear.
Kusagra Hindu a king
Kush Hindu son of Rama
Kushan Hindu  
Kwan Korean Strong.
Kyle Scottish Gaelic From the narrow strait. Also the name of a Scottish region.
Kyler Dutch archer
Kynan Irish Gaelic Wise and intelligent.
Kyne Old English Royal.
Kyran Irish Dark, black.