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First Name Directory - Starting with K

This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.

Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.

Kalle, is a masculine given name of North Germanic origin, a variation of Karl. In Sweden, people named Karl are commonly nicknamed Kalle. The name is also found in Finland and Estonia. Notable people with the name include:
Karl (also Carl) is a variant of the given name Charles. For origin and meaning see Churl and Charles.
Karlheinz is a German given name, composed of Karl and Heinz. Notable people with that name include:
A male given name and surname is written Casimir also Casimir. As a first name, it has become rare in the German-speaking world. The name is Polish origin. There are several etymological interpretations: the name of me makes me (Russian Мир "peace" or "World") derived from the old Slavic word. The part kasi suggests the word kazać for "Donate" or "command" or "destroy" kazić. Thus the meanings range from "Peacemaker" or "Ruler of the world be" and to the "troublemaker".
Klaus is a German given name and surname. It originated as a short form of Nikolaus, a German form of the Greek given name Nicholas.
Klemens is a masculine given name and a family name. Klemens is a German spelling of Clemens (see there).
Konrad is a given name and surname that is often spelled Conrad in English.
Kristof is a variant of the first name of Christoph and is used occasionally as a family name. The name is to be found in particular in Belgium and the Netherlands and popular more and more in the German-speaking world. Provided with an accent over the second vowel, he is used also in Hungarian, there but otherwise pronounced.
Karo is a male given name, which is common especially in the abbreviated form of Kuno. The name comes from the old high German words "kunni" (gender, clan) and "beraht" = (shiny).
Klaus-Peter is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
The name Keanu (Hawaiian ke anu "the cool") comes from Hawaii. The random assignment of this name in Germany began in the 1990s. Frequent double-barreled Keanu: Miguel Keanu, Keanu-Lee, Keanu Kain, and others.
Kirsten is allowed as a male and female given name. Today it is used mostly female. When used for a male person, a second, clearly male first name must be added to in Germany under current name law.
Kadaloh is a medieval German person name, occurring also in the following variants: Kadeloh, Kadelohus, Chadaloh, Chadalhoh, Cadeloch, Cadalaus, Cadalus, Cadaloc.
Karl-Heinz or Karlheinz is a German male given name, which is composed of the two first names Karl and Heinz.
Korbinian or Corbinian is an old German male given name, which is common especially in Bavaria and the Western Austria.
Kreuzwendedich is a German given name, given in particular children whose older sibling previously had died. He is not very common and become more unusual.
Kuno is an old German male given name.

In the data base are, apart from modern and traditional first names also American, Arab, Germans, English, French, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Dutch, Northern, Russian, Scandinavian, Slavian, Spanish, and Swedish first names.

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