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581 Kendal English Royal valley, referring to Kent in England. F
582 Kendra Anglo-Saxon Prophetess. F
583 Kendra English Knowledge. Can also be a blend of Ken, meaning royal obligation;clear water, and Sandra, meaning: protector of man, or Andrea, meaning manly or masculine. F
584 Kendria English Blend of Ken, meaning royal obligation;clear water, and Sandra, meaning: protector of man, or Andrea, meaning manly or masculine. F
585 Kendyl English Royal valley, referring to Kent in England. F
586 Kenisha English Feminine variant of Ken, meaning royal obligation;clear water. F
587 Kenites Biblical Possession, purchase, lamentation. F
588 Kenizzites Biblical Possession, purchase. F
589 Kennocha Celtic Lovely. F

590 Kenwei Muslim Water lily.. F
591 Kenzie Scottish The fair one. Abbreviation of McKenzie. F
592 Kenzy Scottish The fair one. Abbreviation of McKenzie. F
593 Kepa Greek Stone. F
594 Kepe Greek Stone. F
595 Kera Irish Dusky; dark. F
596 Keran Hebrew Horn. F
597 Kerani Indian Saned bells. F
598 Keren Hebrew Diminutive of Kerenhappuch: Horn of antimony (Antimony was used in ancient times as a cosmetic). Famous bearer: Old Testament Keren was one of Job's three daughters. F
599 Keren-happuch Biblical The horn or child of beauty. F
600 Kerenhappuch Hebrew Horn of antimony (Antimony was used in ancient times as a cosmetic). F