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801 Kosumi NativeAmerican Fishes for salmon with spear (Miwok). M
802 Kotari Indian Unclothed. M
803 Kotkel Norse A sorcerer. M
804 Kotori NativeAmerican Screech owl spirit (Hopi). M
805 Koty French Variant of Coty: Small hill. M
806 Kovar Czechoslovakian Smith. M
807 Kozel Czechoslovakian Goat. M
808 Kraig Welsh Variant of Craig: Rock. M
809 Kral Czechoslovakian King. M

810 Kramoris Czechoslovakian Merchant. M
811 Krany Czechoslovakian Short. M
812 Kratos Greek Strength. M
813 Krejci Czechoslovakian Tailor. M
814 Krelis Latin Horn. M
815 Krikor Armenian Armenian form of Gregory. M
816 Krikor Greek Vigilant. M
817 Kris English Diminutive of Christian: Follower of Christ. Chris is used as a diminutive of many masculine and feminine names beginning with Chris-, including Christian, Christina, Christine, and Christopher. M
818 Kris Greek Diminutive of Christopher: From the Greek word meaning 'carrier of Christ', Famous bearer: St Christopher, patron Saint of travellers, is believed to have carried the Christ-child across a river. M
819 Kris Scandinavian Scandinavian diminutive of Christopher: carrier of Christ. Famous Bearer: American singer Kris Kristofferson. M
820 Krischanr Greek Christian. M