Unusual Male Names

Rare Male Names Starting with K

Uncommon male names starting with K

We have created for you a list of gorgeous and rare male names starting with the letter K (with history of origin and meanings). We hope this list will be useful to you.

Last updated: March 16, 2022.



Years of origin: circa 13th century.

Origin: Scottish Gaelic.

Meaning: sturdy, durable.

Note: often used as a female name and may refer to gender neutral names.

Kade name variations: Kayden, Kaden, Cade, Kaiden.



Origin: Hawaiian.

Meaning: sea water.

Kai name variations: Kaius, Caius, Cai.



Origin: Hawaiian.

Meaning: cool breeze.

Keanu name variations: Keannu, Keannius, Keanius, Keeanu.



Years of origin: circa 14th century.

Origin: Gaelic.

Meaning: victorious.

Kearney name variations: Kerney, Kearn, Carney.



Origin: Old English.

Meaning: place of hawks.

Keaton name variations: Keeton, Kieton, Keatan.



Years of origin: circa 5th century.

Country of origin: Ireland.

Meaning: fire, fiery.

Keegan name variations: Keagan, Egan, Keagan.



Years of origin: circa 14th century.

Origin: Gaelic.

Meaning: thin, slender.

Kellen name variations: Kallen, Kelan, Kellyn.



Years of origin: circa 11th century.

Origin: Old English.

Meaning: from the warrior settlement.

History behind: name derived from the Old English words cempa (translated as warrior) and tun (translated as farmstead or settlement).

Kempton name variations: Cempton, Kimpton, Kempston.



Origin: Welsh.

Meaning: greatest champion.

Kendrick name variations: Kendrich, Keindrich, Kendrik.



Years of origin: circa 6th century (as Cainnech).

Origin: Irish.

Meaning: born in fire.

Reference: Cainnech of Aghaboe, Irish abbot.

Kenneth name variations: Kenth, Kenet, Kennet.



Name meaning: homesteader, settler.

Origin: German.

Kenten name variations: Kentenn, Centen, Kenton.



Origin: Irish.

Meaning: son of Dermot.

Kermit name variations: Kermet, Kermett, Cermit, Cermitt, Kermitt.



Name meaning: uncertain, may mean woodcutter.

Origin: Breton.

Kerrien name variations: Querrien, Kerien, Kerryen, Kjarien.



Years of origin: circa 11th century (as Cian).

Origin: Irish.

Meaning: ancient.

Reference: Cian mac Maelmuaid, King of Munster.

Kian name variations: Cian, Kiann, Kyan.



Country of origin: Ireland.

First mention: around 3rd century (as Ciar).

Meaning: dark.

Kieran name variations: Ciaran, Cieran, Kiaran, Kiar, Ciar.



Years of origin: circa 10th century.

Origin: Old English.

Meaning: valor of the king.

Kingswell name variations: Kingswel, Kingwell, Kingwill.



Name meaning: narrate, tell.

Origin: Sanskrit.

Kirtan name variations: Kirten, Kirt, Kirtana (female form).



Country of origin: Germany.

Meaning: triumph.

History behind: it is a German variation of the name Claus.

Klaus name variations: Klaius, Claius, Claus, Nikclaus, Niklaus, Klay.



Name meaning: dark.

Origin: Old Norse.

Years of origin: circa 10th century.

Kolbain name variations: Kolbann, Colbain, Kolbainn.



Years of origin: circa 3rd century (as Nicholas).

Origin: Greek.

Meaning: exultancy, victory of the people.

Reference: Saint Nicholas, Christian Bishop.

Kole name variations: Koule, Coule, Cole, Nikolas.



Years of origin: circa 1st century (as Conaire).

Origin: Irish.

Meaning: the greatest.

Reference: Conaire Mor, High King of Ireland.

Konnor name variations: Conor, Connor, Konor, Condor.



Name meaning: skilled, proficient.

Origin: Old German.

First mention: around 11th century.

Reference: Konrad the first of Wurttemberg, founder of the Wurttemberg dynasty.

Konrad name variations: Conrad, Conrod, Konrod.



Name meaning: oak.

Origin: Polish.

Reference: Krakus, legendary founder of Krakow.

Krakus name variations: Crakus, Kraks, Craks, Krak.



Name meaning: battle, strife.

First mention: circa 7th century.

Origin: Irish.

Historical reference: Saint Kilian, Apostle to the Franconians.

Kylian name variations: Kyllian, Killion, Kilian, Killian, Killien, Keilian, Kyllien, Cillien, Cilien, Kilien, Kileen, Cillian.



Name meaning: masterly, lordly.

Origin: Ukrainian and Greek.

First mention: around 4th century (as Cyril).

Reference: Saint Cyril of Jerusalem.

Kyrylo name variations: Kiril, Kyril, Ciril, Kyrill, Cyrill.


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