Kaede (Japanese): "maple leaf"
Kagiso (African): Female. "peace"
Kahoku (Hawaiian): "star"
Kaiya (Japanese): "forgiveness"
Kallistrate (Greek): Female. "beautiful army"
Kalpana (Indian): Female. "imagining, fantasy"
Kamaria (African): Female. "like the moon"
Kameko (Japanese): Female. "tortoise child; symbol for long life"
Kandajha (Esperanto): Female. "made of candy"
Kane (Celtic): Male. "bright" Other Spellings/Variations: Kayne
Kaneonoskatew (Cree): Male. "one who walks on four claws"
Kanta (Indian): Female. "beautiful, desired"
Kanti (Indian): Female. "beauty"
Karesinda (Esperanto): Female. "worthy of a caress"
Katida (Esperanto): Female. "kittenish"
Katsuo (Japanese): Male. "victorious child"
Kauri: tree
Kava: plant
Kawacatoose (Cree): Male. "poor man"; "lean man"
Kaya: tree
Kayode (African): Male. "he brought joy"
Kazuo (Japanese): Male. "first son"
Kei (Japanese): "rapture, reverence"
Kele (Hawaiian): "seahorse"
Kele (Celtic): Male. "warrior" Other Spellings/Variations: Kellen
Kendra (Anglo-Saxon): Female. "knowing woman"
Kenji (Japanese): Male. "second son"
Kesa (Finnish): "summer"
Kevat (Finnish): "spring"
Kgosi (African): Male. "king, chief"
Khajag (Armenian): Male. "blue eyed"
Kichi (Japanese): "fortunate"
Kiki: plant
Kimama (Native American): "butterfly"
Kimi (Japanese): Female. "she who is without an equal"
Kin (Japanese): Female. "golden"
Kio: tree
Kioko (Japanese): "meets the world with happiness"
Kiri (Indian): Female. "amaranth flower"
Kisecawchuck (Shawnee): Male. "he makes noise"
Kishore (Indian): Male. "colt"
Kita (Japanese): Female. "north"
Kiyoshi (Japanese): Female. "bright, clear"
Koa: tree
Kohana (Japanese): Female. "little flower"
Kohar (Armenian): Female. "jewel"
Kokra: tree
Koto (Japanese): "harp"
Kumi (Japanese): "braid"
Kumiko (Japanese): Female. "braid"
Kun (Chinese): Male. "universe"
Kuu (Finnish): "the moon"
Kyoko (Japanese): "mirror"
Kyung-soon (Korean): Female. "honored gentleness"