Καικιλία (Cecilia) – Κωστούλα (Kostoula)

Καικιλία, Cecilia: Bling, from the Latin caecus.

Καῖσαρ, Caesar: Hairy, from the Latin caesaries.

Κάμιλλος, Camillus: Possibly from the Latin camillus, a noble youth employed in religious offices.

Καρμέλα, Carmela: Garden, from the Hebrew  כַּרְמֶל (Karmel).

Κάρμεν, Carmen: A tune, song. poem, verse. From the  Latin carmen. Also, a form of Carmela (q.v.).

Καρολνα, Carolina: From the Germanic name Karl, meaning, man.

Κάρολος, Carl: Man, from the Germanic name Karl.

Κεκίλια, Cecilia: Bling, from the Latin caecus.

Κέλσα, Celsa: High, lofty. From the Latin celsus.

Κέλση, Celsie: High, lofty. From the Latin celsus.

Κέλσια, Celsia: High, lofty. From the Latin celsus.

Κέλσιος, Celsius: High, lofty. From the Latin celsus.

Κικέρων, Cicero: From the Latin cicerchickpea.

Κλάρα, Clara: Clear, bright, shining. From the Latin clarus.

Κλαύδια, Claudia: Possibly, she who encloses, encompasses, surrounds, imprisons. From the Latin Claudo

Κλαύδιος, Claudius: Possibly, he who encloses, encompasses, surrounds, imprisons. From the Latin Claudo

Κλεμεντίνα, Clementina: Mild, forbearing, benign. From the Latin clementia.

Κλεμεντίνη, Clementine: Mild, forbearing, benign. From the Latin clementia.

Κλημεντίνα, Clementina: Mild, forbearing, benign. From the Latin clementia.

Κλημεντίνη, Clementine: Mild, forbearing, benign. From the Latin clementia.

Κλήμης, Clemens: Mild, calm, gentle. From the Latin clemens.

Κλόντια, Claudia: Possibly, she who encloses, encompasses, surrounds, imprisons. From the Latin Claudo

Κλώντια, Claudia: Possibly, she who encloses, encompasses, surrounds, imprisons. From the Latin Claudo

Κορνήλα, Cornela: Hard and pointy, like  horn. Much unlike today, the horn was considered an emblem of power, courage and might. From the Latin cornu, horn.

Κορνήλης, Corneles: Hard and pointy, like  horn. Much unlike today, the horn was considered an emblem of power, courage and might. From the Latin cornu, horn.

Κορνηλία, Cornelia: Hard and pointy, like  horn. Much unlike today, the horn was considered an emblem of power, courage and might. From the Latin cornu, horn.

Κορνήλιος, Cornelius: Hard and pointy, like  horn. Much unlike today, the horn was considered an emblem of power, courage and might. From the Latin cornu, horn.

Κορνήλος, Cornelus: Hard and pointy, like  horn. Much unlike today, the horn was considered an emblem of power, courage and might. From the Latin cornu, horn.

Κώνστας, Konstas, Constas: Firm standing, steady, firmperseverant. From the Latin constantia

Κωνσταντία, Konstantia, Constantia: Firm standing, steady, firmperseverant. From the Latin constantia

Κωνσταντίνα, Konstantina, Constance: Firm standing, steady, firmperseverant. From the Latin constantia

Κωνσταντῖνος, Konstantinos, Constantine: Firm standing, steady, firmperseverant. From the Latin constantia.

Κωνστάντιος, Konstantios, Constantius: Firm standing, steady, firmperseverant. From the Latin constantia

Κωστάκης, Kostakis, Costakis:  Diminutive of Κωνσταντῖνος (Konstantinos).  Firm standing, steady, firmperseverant. From the Latin constantia

Κωστάντιος, Kostantios, Costantius: Firm standing, steady, firmperseverant. From the Latin constantia

Κώστας, Kostas, Costas: Diminutive of Κωνσταντῖνος (Konstantinos). Firm standing, steady, firmperseverant. From the Latin constantia

Κωστῆς, Kostis, Costes: Diminutive of Κωνσταντῖνος (Konstantinos). Firm standing, steady, firmperseverant. From the Latin constantia

Κωστίκας, Costikas: Form of Κωνσταντῖνος (Konstantinos). frequently used by Pontic Greeks.Firm standing, steady, firmperseverant. From the Latin constantia

Κωστούλα, Kostoula, Costoula: Firm standing, steady, firmperseverant. From the Latin constantia

© Paul Pan

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