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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Ka
Kaala

Slim and fair

Irish

Kaalyn
Kaamil
Kaamilee
Kaanan
Kaandi

Sweet

English

Kaara

Beloved; friend

Latin

Kaari
Kaasu
Kaatje

Pure

Greek

Kace

Alert, watchful

Irish

Kacee

Alert, watchful

Irish

Kacey

Thorny tree; alert, watchful

Irish

Kaci

Alert, watchful

Irish

Kacia

American

Kacie

American

Kacy

Alert, watchful

Irish

Kacye

Alert, watchful

Irish

Kacyee

Alert, watchful

Irish

Kade

Pure

Greek

Kadee

Pure

Greek

Kadeeja

Early baby

Arabic

Kadejah

Early baby

Arabic

Kadena

With rhythm

Latin

Kadence

With rhythm

Latin

Kadenza

With rhythm

Latin

Kadesha

Early baby

Arabic

Kadey
Kadi

Pure

Greek

Kadia

American

Kadian

American

Kadie

Pure

Greek

Kadienne

American

Kadija

Early baby

Arabic

Kadisha

Early baby

Arabic

Karalina

Free man

German

Karaline

Free man

Slavic

Karalyn

Free man

Slavic

Karalynn
Karalynna

Free man

Slavic

Karalynne

Free man

Slavic

Karan

Danish

Karanne
Karas

Grace

Greek

Karayan
Karee
Kareemah

Generous, giving

Arabic

Kareema

Generous, giving

Arabic

Kareen

Maiden

Scandinavian

A hot letter in today’s naming scene, girl names that start with K have risen significantly thanks to a certain Kardashian influence. Swapping spots with C in names like Khloe and Kourtney, the letter K has become a modern update to many classic C names for girls. Many of today’s most popular girl names start with K including Kennedy, Kinsley, and Kaylee.

That isn’t to say that there aren’t any unique girl names that start with K. There are rare beauties hiding behind the letter like Karissa, Katya, and Kimora. There are also a number of origins to explore thanks to K’s widespread use in other languages like Arabic darlings Kamilah and Khadija and Irish gems like Kyla and Keira.

Baby girl names starting with K tend to fall into the trendy realm thanks to many of today’s parents favoring alternative spellings as seen in Kayleigh, Kaitlyn, and Kamryn. K names for girls often come across as youthful as well, seeing that there are relatively few vintage K names aside from Kitty and Kate. Keep up with the trend of girl names that start with K by exploring our collection whether you love unisex names like Kendall and Kelsey or surname stunners like Kensington.