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Kohanah swift ... derived from Native American-Siouan ... variant of Kohana ... not regularly used as a baby name for ...

Kohde son of Óda; son of Otto; son of ... used predominantly in the Scottish language ... variation of Cody ...

Kohei wide and flat ... language of origin is Japanese ... predominantly used in English and Japanese ...

Kohl cabbage; black ... language of origin is Old English and Germanic, ... variation of Cole ...

Kohle cabbage ...The origin of Kohle is Germanic ... variant of Kohl ... unusual as a baby name for boys ...

Kohler coalman ... of Germanic origin and it is ... a rarely used baby name for boys ...

Koi a panther; man from Troyes; foot ... used mostly in the Choctaw and Hawaiian ... derivative of Troy ...

Koichi happiness and one ... language of origin is Japanese and it is used ... variant form of Kouichi ...

Koit dawn ... origin is Estonian ... not frequently used as a baby boy name ... not ranked within the top 1000 ...

Koji little one, child ... largely used in Japanese and its origin ... not commonly used as a baby boy name ...

Kojo boy born on Monday ... language of origin is African-Akan and it is ... variation of Kwadwo ...

Koka scotsman ... language of origin is Hawaiian ... not frequently used as a baby boy name ...

Kokai sail across the sea ... used mostly in the English language and ... derivative of Koukai ...

Kokayi he summons the people ... origin and use are both in the African language ...

Koki vast and strong ... language of origin is Japanese and it is used ... form of Kouki ...

Kokil resembling a nightingale ... derived from Sanskrit origins ... not regularly used as a baby boy name ...

Kokill resembling a nightingale ... derived from Sanskrit origins ... form of Kokil ...

Koko origin is varied ... variant of Coco ... unusual as a baby name for boys ... not listed in the top 1000 names ...

Koku born on Wednesday ... has its origins in the African-Akan language ... form of Kwaku ...

Kokyl resembling a nightingale ...The origin of Kokyl is the Sanskrit language ... form of Kokil ...