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-There are a lot of names that start with “K” and they’re not all the same.
-Yes, there is such a thing as too many K’s in one sentence.
-The name Kevin has four different meanings depending on where it originated from. Do you want to go down this rabbit hole? I didn’t think so..
-Ken is what happens when someone wants their child to have an Aryan sounding first name without being overtly racist about it. It also makes for some great jokes thanks to Ken doll and Barbie’ boyfriend Ken (sorry). So much potential!
-Kenneth means ‘handsome’. That’s nice, but can we be honest here? There should probably only be one handsome dude in a family.
-Kids with first and middle names starting with K are doomed to be the unofficial ‘errand runner’.
-Kaden means “noble”. I wonder if he has any idea what that entails? Probably not, because it’s noble, you know..
’tis just too much responsibility for one little kid! But see Kaden–you’re already more mature than your peers so give yourself some credit. You don’t want them messing up your good name now do you?! We’ll call you Sir Kaden from here on out. That sound cool? Cool..No pressure or anything. (You still have time to change your mind.)
Onward: -Kaiser is German for “emperor” which means this kid will most likely grow up to be an overachiever. Surprise!
-Kaleo is Hawaiian for “the sound of the night”.. a little spooky, right? And it’s also the word used by doctors when they want you to stop talking because you’re being annoying.
He’s just going to have WAY too much self awareness and wisdom way before his time. Too bad he can’t enjoy his childhood like regular kids do..
It goes on: -Kayden seems pretty cool at first glance but there are a few more things we need to tell him about himself that might not go so well with what he wants out of life..he doesn’t know yet though, so we’ll try to be gentle.
-Kent is of Germanic origin and means “woodland” which makes sense because he’s going to grow up with so much wood in his life, it might as well be what defines him.
Khan: -Khan literally just sound like you’re trying too hard at being an overachiever–or this could just mean a person who has the last name Khan..which only proves that destiny doesn’t exist for anyone! To quote Austin Powers: “[destiny] don’t come around all the time.” And if by some chance fate does want something from us? Hmm..well then your best bet would to head on down to Vegas and put money on yourself there.
Karagiannis: -This name sounds really old-fashioned and intimidating. You know he’s going to grow up with a complex because the most popular person his age is Lil Uzi Vert–and that should be enough for him, no need to put any more pressure on him.
Kirby: -If one thing can come out of this blog post it would be how much we all love Kirby from Nintendo games! What better way to do so than by naming your son after someone who just wants you to go ahead and get those 100%’s in every level? Now I’m not saying that Kirby will make us all want our kids to have ADHD like his character does but..maybe don’t call him Kirby.
Kipper: –I don’t know if this is a good name for your baby, but I’m pretty sure there’s no way anyone could say it and not make you smile because of the levity coming from looking at that word in print. It just sounds like someone who will be really funny and always ask questions–or maybe he’ll grow up to be an actor? Either or! Have fun with his life by giving him one cool-sounding, easy-to-pronounce name to go through all the highs and lows with you.
Knox: –This sound so much more British than American but that might work for some people who are into those kinds of things..though probably not many Americans, who are probably more into old Irish names.
Kin: -I told you before how I think that Kin is a weird name for any kid and now I’m going to tell you why–it’s because it sounds like “knee” which just doesn’t seem right for the first letter of a name. It’s possible, but not really probable, unless your son or daughter is born with some sort of disability in their knees. But then they might have other issues so we still don’t want them to be called Kin anyway!
Kirby: -You see this one over and over again on the list and while there are people out there named Kirby who do lead normal lives (or at least as close to normal as possible), there are also people who live their life with the name Kirby and it’s close to impossible not to become an obese, sweaty guy in a tie-died shirt or something.
Kale: –What is this? Why would you want your child named Kale when they can have a more classic boys names like John or Jared instead (though those might be too common). I mean, what do we think of when we hear “kale”? We usually think about some kind of healthy vegetable that has no taste but at least puts us on our toes before getting into bed each night!
Kaiser: – I know Kaiser had been used for centuries in Germany and Austria by rulers of these countries but there’s just something about this name that seems more appropriate for a Germanic ruler rather than your little bundle of joy.
Kaden: -If you’re looking to pick up the trend with names like Kale or Kaiser, Kaden is perfect–though I don’t think it’s as cool and trendy as those other two!
Kaetlyn/Kaytlyn:-I can only imagine what someone says when they hear Kaetlyn over the phone.. “This must be for my child because no mom would want their daughter to have such an ugly boys names” was one person’s response. Or how Kaytlyn sounds in comparison to Katelin? It’s almost sickening! Yet, there are parents out there who love it.
What Parents Can Learn From This: Some may not agree with me but I say that if you want a boy’s name that starts with K, go for the classics.
Some may not agree with me but I say that if you want a boys name starting with k, go for the classics.
– If you’re looking to pick up the trend of names like Kaden or Kaiser, Kaetlyn is perfect though it’s as cool and trendy as those other two!
Kaetlyn/Kaytlyn:-I can only imagine what someone says when they hear Kaetlyn over the phone.. “This must be for my child because no mom would want their daughter to have such an ugly boys names” was one person’s response. Or how Kaytlin sounds in comparison to Katelin? It’s like a million times better because it has the “i” sound in there. – Just like how you don’t have to change your name just because you got married, changing a boy’s names starts with K doesn’t require too much effort or legal hassle. Kaetlyn/Kaytlin:-I can only imagine what someone says when they hear Kaetlyn over the phone.
“This must be for my child because no mom would want their son to have such an ugly girls name.” was one person’s response. Or how Kaytlin sounds in comparison to Katelin? It’s like a million times better because it has the “i” sound in there. I’m not saying ditch Kaden and Kaiser but