English Cat Names, Page 18



NameMeaningGenderOrigin
KatherinePure. Used since third century A.D. Early Latin forms Katerina and Caterina became Katharine and Catherine. French Cateline and English Catlyn came into wider use during medieval period when variants multiplied. FemaleGreek
KatieVariant of Katherine. Pure. FemaleEnglish
KatjaPure. Female
KayceeVigilant, WatchfulUnisexEnglish
Kaylacrown of laurelsFemaleArabic
KayleeArabic and Hebrew, laurel, crownFemaleAmerican
KayleighSlenderUnisexEnglish
KeeganA thinker: fiery. Form of Hugh. MaleIrish
KeenanAncient MaleIrish
Kelvinname of a river; from the narrow riverMaleScottish
Kendallruler of the valleyFemaleEnglish
KensingtonMaleHebrew
KermodeSon Of DiarmaidUnisexCeltic
KimchiefMaleEnglish
KimbraFrom The Royal Fortress MeadowUnisexEnglish
KimikoChild without equal. Female
KingsleyResidence NameMaleEnglish
KingstonFrom the king's village or estate King's field. King is one of several titles occasionally used as given names. MaleEnglish
KipFrom The Pointed HillUnisexEnglish
Kirbychurch settlementMaleNorse
KitNickname for Christopher. Frontiersman Kit Carson. MaleEnglish
KitsyUnisex
KoaHawaiian for strongUnisex
KristenAnointed, Follower Of ChristFemaleDanish
KristopherGreek and Latin, bearer of ChristMaleGreek




Home     Back     Top


Dog Names | Baby Names

Copyright © 2013 iCatNames.com, we are dedicated to popular Cat names, unique Cat names, hot Cat names, top male Cat names and female Cat names.