K names

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Index

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KadriKaia – KaliKameron – KarenKaretKari – KateKatherineKathryn – KayleighKeithKelly – Kelsie

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KendraKennethKenny –  Kevin – Kieran – KimberlyKingKirpaKonnarKristaKristen – KurtKyla – Kyle



Kadri

  • From: Estonian form of Katherine
  • Meaning: See Katherine entry here
  • Quenya: Háyë (háya+[ë] = far off+[feminine names suffix]) or Poicë (poica+[ë] = (pure+[feminine names suffix])

Háyë Poicë


Kaia

  • From: Norwegian variant form of Kaja which is the diminutive of Katherine
  • Meaning: See Katherine entry here.
  • Quenya: Háyincë (háya+[incë] = far off+[diminutive suffix]) or Poicincë (poica+[incë] = (pure+[diminutive suffix])

Háyincë Poicincë


Kali

  • From: From Sanskrit काली, having as origin the name of  a Hindu goddess, who is the fierce destructive form of the wife of Shiva.
  • Meaning: The black one
  • Quenya: Morië (morë+[ië] = adj. black+[feminine names suffix])




Kameron

  • From: English variant of Cameron which comes from a Scottish surname derived from Gaelic elements “cam” & “sròn”.
  • Meaning: Crooked nose. “Cam” means crooked and “sròn” nose.
  • Quenya:  Caucanengwo (cauca+nengwë+[o] = adj. crooked+nose+[masculine names suffix]

Caucanengwo



Karen

  • From: Danish short form of Katherine. Variants include: Catrin, Kari, Karin, Tina, Kata, Kaja, Kati.
  • Meaning: See Katherine entry here
  • Quenya:  Háyë (háya+[ë] = far off+[feminine names suffix]) or Poicë (poica+[ë] = (pure+[feminine names suffix])

Háyë Poicë

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Karet

  • From: Hebrew verb כרת (karat)
  • Meaning: To cut off, to sever
  • Quenya: Aucirëon (aucirë+[on] = vb. to cut off+[masculine names suffix])




Kate

  • From: Diminutive of Katherine.
  • Meaning: See Katherine entry here.
  • Quenya: Háyencë (háya+[incë] = far off+[diminutive suffix]) or Poicincë (poica+[incë] = (pure+[diminutive suffix])

Háyencë Poicincë


Katherine

  • From: Greek name Αικατερινη (Aikaterine)
  • Meaning: it could derive from the earlier Greek name ‘Εκατερινη (Hekaterine), which came from ‘εκατερος (hekateros) “each of the two”; or from the name of the goddess ‘Εκατη (Hekate), possibly derived from ‘εκας (hekas) meaning “far off”; or related to Greek αικια (aikia) “torture”; or it could be from a Coptic name meaning “my consecration of your name”. In the early Christian era it became associated with Greek καθαρος (katharos)“pure”. Variant names: Katalin, Kathryn, Catherine, Katherina, Katelijn, Katina, Cathrine, Kotryna, Catarina, etc.
  • Quenya: Háyë (háya+[ë] = far off+[feminine names suffix]) or Poicë (poica+[ë] = (pure+[feminine names suffix])

Háyë Poicë

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Kayleigh

  • From: It may originate from the Anglicized form of the Gaelic word ceilidh (social gathering and dance) which comes from the Old Irish word cele. Variants include: Kaylin, Kayla, Caelie, Caileigh, Cailin, Caleigh, Cayley, Kaelee, Kaeleigh, Kayleen, Kayley, Kealyn Keighley, Keila
  • Meaning: Cele means companion
  • Quenya: Yomenië (yomenië = gathering) OR Liltië (liltië = to dance gerund form)

Yomenië Liltië


Keith

  • From: Scottish surname which was originally derived from a place name, itself probably derived from the Brythonic element cet
  • Meaning: Wood
  • Quenya: Tauron (taurë+[on] = n. wood, forest+[masculine names suffix])

Tauron

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Kelly

  • From: Anglicized form of Irish given name Ceallach.
  • Meaning: Ceallach has a uncertain origin. Traditionally, it is said to mean “bright-headed”.  Alternatively it could be derived from Old Irish ceallach “war, strife” or ceall “church”.
  • Quenya: Calicasion (calima+cár+[ion] = bright+head+[masculine names suffix] OR Calicasië (calima+cár+[ië] = bright+head+[feminine names suffix])




Kelsie

  • From: A variant name of English Kelsey which is an English surname derived from town names in Lincolnshire from the Old English name Cenel in combination with eg.
  • Meaning: It may mean “Cenel’s island”, where Cenel means “fierce” and  eg “island”.
  • Quenya: Narcatollë (naraca+tol+[ë] = adj. violent+n. island+[feminine names suffix]

Narcatollë

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