Submitted Surnames Starting with K

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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Kuerzi Chinese
From the Chinese characters 哭儿子 (Kū érzi) meaning, "crying son." This is one of the rare multiple-character Chinese surnames.
Kues German, Dutch
Habitational name from Cues, now part of Bernkastel-Kues in the Rhineland Palatinate.
Kuga Japanese
From the Japanese 久 (ku or hisa) "long time," and 我 (ga) "self."
Kugimiya Japanese
This surname is used as 釘宮 with 釘 (chou, tei, kugi) meaning "nail, peg, tack" and 宮 (kyuu, ku, kuu, guu, miya) meaning "constellations, palace, princess, Shinto shrine."... [more]
Kuhara Japanese (Rare)
Ku ("Long time") + Hara ("Plain").
Kuhi Estonian
Kuhi is an Estonian surname meaning "pile" or "stack".
Kühl German, Low German
The spelling Kühl results from a folk-etymological association with High German kühl ‘cool’ (Middle High German küel(e), a nickname from Middle High German küel ‘cool’, ‘calm’... [more]
Kuhlman German
Nickname from Middle High German küel ‘cool’, ‘calm.’
Kuhlmann German
German (also Kühlmann) nickname from Middle High German küel ‘cool’, ‘calm’ (see Kuhl).
Kuijper Dutch
Variant of Kuiper
Kuiva Estonian
Kuiva is an Estonian surname derived from "kuivaks" meaning "dry".
Kuivjõgi Estonian
Kuivjõgi is an Estonian surname meaning "dry river".
Kujawski Polish
Regional name for someone from Kujawy (see Kujawa) or from a village called Kujawy, for example in Sielce voivodeship.
Kujikawa Japanese
From Japanese 久 (ku) meaning "long time ago", 慈 (ji) meaning "mercy", and 川 (kawa) meaning "river".
Kujira Japanese (Rare)
Kujira is an uncommon Japanese surname and first name that literally means "whale".
Kujundžić Croatian, Serbian
Derived from kujundžija (кујунџија), meaning "silversmith".
Kukić Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian
Derived from kuka (кука), meaning "hook".
Kukowski Polish
Habitational name for someone from a place called Kukowo in Wlolawek voivodeship or Kuków in Bielsko-Biala voivodeship, named with kuk, the cry of the cuckoo.
Kül Turkish, Turkmen, Azerbaijani, Uyghur
Turkish, Turkmen, Azerbaijani, and Uyghur variant of Kul.
Kul German, Dutch
Derived from Old High German kol meaning "coal", perhaps an occupational name for a miner or coal seller.
Kul Pakistani, Pashto, Punjabi, Bengali, Assamese, Sindhi, Balochi, Urdu, Persian, Kurdish, Odia, Thai, Khmer, Lao
Derived from Persian گل (gol) meaning "flower" or "rose".
Küla Estonian
Küla is an Estonian surname meaning "village".
Kulakarni Indian, Kannada
Kannada variant of Kulkarni.
Kulakov Russian
Meaning "son of a peasant."
Külaots Estonian
Külaots is an Estonian surname meaning "village end".
Kulap Thai
Means "rose" in Thai (of Persian origin).
Kulas Polish
Polish in Origin
Kulasekara Sinhalese
From Sanskrit कुल (kula) meaning "family" and शेखर (shekhara) meaning "crest, peak, top".
Kulasekera Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Kulasekara.
Kuld Estonian
Kuld is an Estonian surname meaning "gold".
Kuldkepp Estonian
Kuldkepp is an Estonian surname meaning "gold cane (or, stick)".
Kuldvee Estonian
Kuldvee is an Estonian surname meaning "gold water".
Kulhánek Czech
Bohemian for a man who walks with a limp.
Kulick Russian
Meaning unknown, most likely to derive from the russian word кулик (kulic) which translated means "sandpiper".
Kull Estonian
Kull is an Estonian surname meaning "hawk".
Kullamaa Estonian
Kullamaa is an Estonian surname meaning "aurous land".
Kullamäe Estonian
Kullamäe is an Estonian surname meaning "aurous hill/mountain".
Kullberg Swedish
Combination of Swedish kulle "hill" and berg "mountain".
Kullerkupp Estonian
Kullerkupp is an Estonian surname meaning "globeflower" (Trollius europaeus).
Külm Estonian
Külm is an Estonian surname meaning "cold" or "chilly".
Kulp German
anglicized version of Kolbe
Külper German
German cognate of Culpeper.
Kulu Estonian
Kulu is an Estonian surname meaning "sumptuary" and "cost".
Külv Estonian
Külv is an Estonian surname meaning "(seed) sowing".
Külvet Estonian
Külvet is an Estonian surname derived from "külv" meaning "sowing (seeds)" and "seeding".
Külvik Estonian
Külvik is an Estonian surname meaning "thrower" and "(seed) sower".
Kumai Japanese
From Japanese 熊 (kuma) meaning "bear" and 井 (i) meaning "well, mine shaft, pit".
Kumaki Japanese (Rare)
The kanji in Anri Kumaki's name reads, Kuma ("Bear") + Ki ("Tree"). She is a singer and songwriter. There might be other combinations too, probably being , Ku ("Long Time") + Maki ("Shepard").
Kumaki Pashto
I was given this name from my dad who comes from Afghanistan. It's extremely rare in the UK. My dad always told me that my name was created. My grandfather used to help out refugees near the area (in Afghanistan) and the name "Kumaki" was his nickname from the people he helped out... [more]
Kumamoto Japanese
From Japanese 熊 (kuma) meaning "bear" and 本 (moto) meaning "base, root, origin".
Kumanov Bulgarian (Modern)
Turkic origins, delivered from the Cuman people (Cumanov) who ruled the steppes around 12 century
Kumara Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit कुमार (kumara) meaning "boy, prince".
Kumarasinghe Sinhalese
From Sanskrit कुमार (kumara) meaning "boy, prince" and सिंह (sinha) meaning "lion".
Kumari Indian, Hindi, Punjabi, Malayalam, Telugu, Bengali, Assamese, Odia, Tamil, Nepali, Sinhalese
Means "(young) girl, daughter, princess" in Sanskrit.
Kumarov Kazakh
From Kazakh кұмар (kumar) meaning "passion, nosey".
Kumm Estonian
Kumm is an Estonian surname meaning "vault" and "arch".
Kummerow German
Habitational name from any of various places in Brandenburg and Mecklenburg called Kummerow.
Kumon Japanese (Rare)
One notable bearer of this surname is Tōru Kumon (公文 公), the founder of Kumon Education.
Kun Hungarian, Jewish
Hungarian: ethnic name for a member of a Turkic people known in English as the Cumanians (Hungarian kún). ... [more]
Kundla Estonian
Kundla is an Estonian surname possibly derived from "kindla", meaning "certain" or "fixed".
Küng Estonian
Küng is an Estonian surname derived from "küngas" meaning "knoll", "mound" and "hillock".
Küngas Estonian
Küngas is an Estonian surname meaning "knoll".
Kunic Yiddish
Variation on Koenig.
Kunida Japanese
From Japanese 国 (kuni) meaning "a land, a large place" combined with 田 (da) meaning "paddy, field".
Kunimatsu Japanese
Kuni means "Land, Large Place" and can also refer to a country,but not always. Matsu means "Pine Tree". Okao Kunimatsu was a professional wrestler.
Kunimoto Japanese
From Japanese 国 (kuni) meaning "country" and 本 (moto) meaning "base, root, origin".
Kunin Jewish
Metronymic form of Kune.
Kuningas Estonian
Kuningas is an Estonian surname meaning "king".
Kunis Jewish
Metronymic form of Kune. This surname is most famous for its association with the American actress named Mila Kunis.
Kunis German, Dutch
From a derivative of the personal name Konrad.
Kunizane Japanese
From 国 (kuni) meaning "country" and 実 (zane) meaning "truth," "fruit."
Künk Estonian
Künk is an Estonian surname meaning "hillock" and "knoll".
Künnap Estonian
Künnap is an Estonian surname meaning the "European white elm".
Künnapuu Estonian
Künnapuu is an Estonian surname meaning "European white elm tree" (Ulmus laevis).
Kunnathuparambil Malayalam (Rare)
Elamkunnapuzha-Kunnathuparambil Family has a rich history of around 200 years and traces its origins to a small village called Elamkunnapuzha in Ernakulam District. It was at that time one of our ancestors migrated from Elamkunnapuzha to a small village called Vennoor, near Mala in Thrissur District for his livelihood... [more]
Künnen German
Metronymic from the given name Kunigunde.
Künnis Estonian
Künnis is an Estonian surname meaning "threshold" and "doorstep" and "crest".
Kunt Turkish
Means "Solid", also the old Turkish name of a mountain range in Asia where Turks supposedly originated from.
Kuntu Estonian
Kuntu is an Estonian surname possibly derived from "kunde" meaning "customer".
Künzi German, Swiss, German (Austrian)
From a pet form of the personal name Kuntz.
Künzler German
Nickname for a flatterer, from an agent derivative of Middle High German künzen "to flatter".
Kuo Taiwanese
Alternate transcription of Guo chiefly used in Taiwan.
Kuopus Finnish
A house name in Pudasjärvi Oulu Finland... [more]
Kupfer German, Jewish
German (Küpfer) and Jewish (Ashkenazic) metonymic occupational name for a worker or trader in copper, Middle High German kupfer, German Kupfer ‘copper’... [more]
Kupina Croatian, Russian
The Croatian form is derived from kupina, meaning "blackberry". The Russian form is derived from Неопалимая купина (Neopalimaya Kupina), referring to the burning bush from the Book of Exodus.
Kupp Estonian
Kupp is an Estonian surname meaning "pip".
Kurahashi Japanese (Rare), Popular Culture
Kura means "Storehouse" and Hashi means "Bridge". More than a few anime characters have this surname in their own respective shows.
Kurama Japanese
Kurama is a rare Japanese masculine given name. The surname often means "Owns, Posess, Storehouse, Horse".
Kuramoto Japanese
From Japanese 倉, 蔵 (kura) meaning "warehouse, storehouse" and 本 (moto) meaning "base, root, origin".
Kurasawa Japanese
倉 (Kura) means "Owns, Storehouse, Posesses" and 沢 (Sawa) means "Marsh, Swamp".
Kurata Japanese
From Japanese 倉 or 蔵 (kura) meaning "warehouse, storehouse" and 田 (ta) meaning "field".
Kurbonov Tajik, Uzbek
Tajik and Uzbek form of Kurbanov.
Kurg Estonian
Kurg is an Estonian surname meaning "stork".
Kuriakose Syrian, Aramaic
Kuriakose is a common male first name and surname among Saint Thomas Christians, mainly from central part of the state of Kerala in India and surrounding areas.... [more]
Kurian Greek
Originated from the name Quriaqos (ܩܘܪܝܩܘܣ) or the Greek Kyrios or kurios (Ancient Greek: κύριος) meaning Lord, master, power or authority, and is very popular among Kerala Christians both as a first name and as a surname.
Kuribayashi Japanese
Kuri means "Chestnut" and Bayashi is a more easily pronounced variant of Hayashi, which means "Forest, Grove".
Kurigawa Japanese
The Surname "Kurigawa/Kurikawa" translates to "Chestnut River"
Kurihara Japanese
From the Japanese 栗 (kuri) "Japanese chestnut" and 原 (hara, bara or wara) "field," "plain," "original."
Kurihashi Japanese
Kuri means "Chestnut" and Hashi means "Bridge" in Japanese.
Kurimoto Japanese
Kuri means "Chestnut" and Moto means "Origin, Source, Root".
Kurisoo Estonian
Kurisoo is an Estonian surname meaning "evil swamp/marsh".
Kuristik Estonian
Kuristik is an Estonian surname meaning "gully".
Kurisu Japanese
This surname is used as 栗栖, 栗須, 栗洲 with 栗 (ri, ritsu, ononoku, kuri) meaning "chestnut", 栖 (sei, su.mu) meaning "cobweb, den, hive, nest, rookery", 須 (shu, su, subekara.ku, subeshi, hige, matsu, mochi.iru, moto.meru) meaning "by all means, necessarily, ought" and 洲 (shuu, su, shima) meaning "continent, country, island, sandbar."... [more]
Kuritsyn Russian
Derived from Russian курица (kuritsa) meaning "chicken".
Kuriyama Japanese
Kuri means "Chestnut" and Yama means "Mountain".
Kurizuka Japanese
Kuri means "Chestnut" and Zuka comes from Tsuka, meaning "Mound". This surname belongs to Asahi Kurizuka, an actor.
Kurnatowski Polish
This indicates familial origin within the Greater Polish village of Kurnatowice.
Kuroba Japanese
From the Japanese 黒 (kuro) "black" and 羽 (ha or hane) "wing."
Kurogi Japanese
Variant of Kuroki, Kuro means "Black" and Gi means "Tree, Wood".
Kurogiri Japanese
From Japanese 黒 (kuro) meaning "black" and 霧 (giri) meaning "mist"
Kurohashi Japanese
Kuro means "Black" and Hashi means "Bridge".
Kuroiwa Japanese
From Japanese 黒 (kuro) meaning "black" and 岩 (iwa) meaning "cliff, rocks".
Kurokawa Japanese
From Japanese 黒 (kuro) meaning "black" combined with 川 (kawa) or 河 (kawa) both meaning "river."
Kuroko Japanese (Rare)
Kuro means "Black" and Ko means "Child". A notable bearer is Tetsuya Kuroko from Kuroko no Basket. The source is in the notes.
Kuromiya Japanese
Kuro means "Black" and Miya means "Shrine".
Kuronuma Japanese
Kuro means "black" and numa means "swamp".
Kuropatkin Russian
Derived from Russian куропатка (kuropatka) meaning "partridge".
Kurosaka Japanese
Kuro means "Black" and Saka means "Hill, Slope".
Kurosaki Japanese
From Japanese 黒 (kuro) meaning "black" and 崎 (saki) meaning "cape, peninsula".
Kuroshima Japanese
From Japanese 黒 (kuro) meaning "black" and 島 (shima) meaning "island".
Kurosu Japanese
From Japanese 黒 (kuro) meaning "black" and 須 (su) meaning "mandatory, necessary".
Kuroyanagi Japanese
From Japanese 黒 (kuro) meaning "black" and 柳 (yanagi) meaning "willow".
Kurpjuhn German (East Prussian)
East Prussian German (and thus heavily Lithuanian influenced) name meaning "shoemaker", derived from Old Prussian kurpjuns "shoemaker", ultimately from Old Prussian kurpe, kurpi "shoe".
Kurpjuweit German (East Prussian)
Possibly derived from Old Prussian 'kurpjuns', meaning "shoemaker".
Kurschat German (East Prussian)
East Prussian German (and thus heavily Lithuanian influenced) name meaning "Curonian; a Kur".
Kürschner German
Occupational name for a furrier, Middle High German kürsenære, from Middle High German kürsen meaning "fur coat".
Kursumulu Albanian
Meaning unknown.
Kurt Turkish
Means "wolf" in Turkish.
Kurth German
From the given name Kurt
Kurtoğlu Turkish
Means "son of the wolf" from Turkish kurt meaning "wolf".
Kurtsen Danish (Rare)
Means "son of Kurt".
Kurtz German
Variant of Kurz.
Kuru Japanese
Japanese: though written with the character for ‘give’ or ‘present’, the original meaning may actually be ‘sunset’. The name is listed in the Shinsen shōjiroku and is no longer common in Japan, but there is a city by that name in Hiroshima prefecture and the area may have ancient connections with the family.
Kurusu Japanese
From Japanese 来 (kuru) meaning "come, next" and 栖 (su) meaning "nest, den"
Kurvits Estonian
Kurvits is an Estonian surname meaning "woodcock" and "snipe".
Kuryakin Russian (Rare)
Possibly a variant of Koryakin.
Kurylo Ukrainian
From the personal name Kurýlo, a Ukrainian form of the ancient Slavic name Kiril, from Greek Kyrillos, a derivative of kyrios ‘Lord.' This was the name of the saint and missionary of the Orthodox Church (826–869) who, together with his brother Methodios, brought Christianity to the Slavs... [more]
Kurzberg German, Yiddish, Jewish
From a location name meaning "short mountain" in German, from Middle High German kurz meaning "short" and berg meaning "mountain". As a Jewish surname it is ornamental.
Kurzhals German
Short Neck
Kuş Turkish
Means "bird" in Turkish.
Kusainov Kazakh
Means "son of Kusain" (see Husayn).
Kusaka Japanese
meaning of sound of KUSA-KA is grassy-place. on kanji it means 日(sun) 下(under), there is association which grass grows good under the sun. this is the special case of usage of kanji in Japanese such as 飛鳥 asuka, 春日 kasuga and 長谷川 hasegawa.
Kusanagi Japanese
From Japanese 草 (kusa) meaning "grass" and 彅 (nagi) meaning "cutter". A notable bearer of this surname is actor Tsuyoshi Kusanagi (草彅 剛, Kusanagi Tsuyoshi, 1974–).
Kusayanagi Japanese
From Japanese 草 (kusayanagi) meaning "grass" or 日 (kusayanagi) meaning "sun, day". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Kushida Japanese (Rare)
This surname is written multiple ways, Kushi meaning "Skewer" or "Comb" (these are different kanji),and da is "Rice Paddy".
Kushieda Japanese (Rare)
Eda means "Branch", as for Kushi, the kanji in it that I have seen is not "Skewer", so it possibly means "Comb".
Kushner Jewish
This surname is a German Jewish given name. A notable bearer is Jared Kushner the son in law of President Donald J. Trump who became president in the year 2016.
Kuslapuu Estonian
Kuslapuu is an Estonian surname meaning "honeysuckle tree".
Küster German
It literally means "sexton".
Kusunoki Japanese
"Camphor Tree"
Kutch German (Anglicized)
Americanized variant of German Kutsch.
Kutcher Czech (Anglicized)
Anglicized form of Kučer or Kucera. Notable actor Ashton Kutcher is of Czech origin.
Kutnjak Croatian
Derived from kutnjak, meaning "molar".
Kutsar Estonian
Kutsar is an Estonian surname meaning "coachman".
Kutsch German
Topographic name of Slavic origin, from Sorbian kut ‘corner’, ‘nook’. Variant of Kutsche, metonymic occupational name for a coachman or coachbuilder, from the Hungarian loanword kocsi (see Kocsis).
Kutschera German
German cognate of Kučera.
Kütt Estonian
Kütt is an Estonian surname meaning "hunter".
Kuttelwascher German
Surname given to those who had the occupation of cleaning tripe. Combines the words kuttel meaning "tripe" and washer meaning "washer". Bearers of the surname typically live in Austria.
Küttim Estonian
Küttim is an Estonian surname derived from "küttima" meaning "to hunt" or "pursue".
Kutz Italian
Habitational name for someone from Kuhz, near Prenzlau.
Kutz German
From a pet form of the personal name Konrad.
Kutz Polish
Germanized form of Polish Kuc "pony", "short person".
Kutzler German
This is the surname of my great-grandfather, of German ancestry.
Kuub Estonian
Kuub is an Estonian surname meaning "coat" and "jacket".
Kuul Estonian
Unknown
Kuular Tuvan
Derived from Tuvan куу (kuu) meaning "swan" or "gray". Names bearing unfavourable meanings were traditionally used by Tuvans to ward off evil spirits.
Kuulmata Estonian
Kullmata is an Estonian surname derived from "kuulmatu" meaning "unheard".
Kuulpak Estonian
Kuulpak is an Estonian surname meaning "bullet ("kuul") "pack/packet/stock" ("pakk").
Kuum Estonian
Kuum is an Estonian surname meaning "hot" and "blazing".
Küün Estonian
Küün is an Estonian surname meaning "barn".
Küünal Estonian
Küünal is an Estonian surname meaning "candle".
Kuur Estonian
Kuur is an Estonian surname meaning "shed" or "hovel".
Kuurmaa Estonian
Kuurmaa is an Estonian surname meaning "shed/hovel land".
Kuusalu Estonian
Kuusalu is an Estonian surname derived from "kuusik" meaning "spruce wood" and "salu" meaning "grove".
Kuuse Estonian
Kuuse is an Estonian surname meaning "fir".
Kuusepuu Estonian
Kuusepuu is an Estonian surname meaning "fir tree".
Kuusik Estonian
Kuusik is an Estonian surname meaning "spruce stand".
Kuusinen Finnish
A surname originating from Eastern Finland, comprised of the elements “kuusi” meaning “six” or “moon”, and the suffix “-nen” which is typical of Eastern Finnish surnames. A notable bearer of this name is the Finnish-Soviet politician and writer Otto V. Kuusinen, one of the original founders of the Finnish Communist Party.
Kuusk Estonian
Kuusk is an Estonian surname meaning "spruce".
Kuuskmaa Estonian
Kuuskmaa is an Estonian surname meaning "fir/spruce land".
Kuuspalu Estonian
Kuuspalu is an Estonian surname meaning "fir (kuusk) heathy woodland (palu)".
Kuut Estonian
Kuut is an Estonian surname meaning "kennel".
Küüts Estonian
Küüts is an Estonian surname meaning "lift".
Kuwabara Japanese
Kuwa means "Mulberry Tree" and Bara's a variant of Hara, meaning "Plain, Field".
Kuwahara Japanese
From Japanese 桑 (kuwa) meaning "mulberry" and 原 (hara) meaning "field, plain".
Kuwajima Japanese (Rare)
Kuwa (桑) means "mulberry", shima/jima (島) means "island". Shima changes to jima because of rendaku. It is also possible to be spelled as Kuwashima
Kuwako Japanese
Kuwa means "Mulberry Tree" and Ko means "Child, Sign of the Rat, 1st of the Chinese Zodiac."
Kuwamoto Japanese
Kuwamoto/桑元 = Mulberry Origin/Book
Kuwashima Japanese (Rare)
Kuwa (桑) means "mulberry", shima (島) means "island". It is also possible to be spelled as Kuwajima
Kuwatani Japanese
From Japanese 桑 (kuwa) meaning "mulberry" combined with 谷 (tani) meaning "valley". A notable bearer of this surname is Natsuko Kuwatani (桑谷 夏子), a Japanese voice-actress who is best known for voicing Ryōko Asakura from the Haruhi Suzumiya series and Alph from Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha.
Kuyeng Chinese (Russified)
Russified form of Kuang used by ethnic Chinese living in parts of the former Soviet Union (based on the Cantonese romanization of the name).
Kuyon Hungarian, Romanian
Largely unknown, but may have origins in a village in Poland, called Kujan. There’s records on the name at Ellis Island in New York where it was anglicized to the phonetic, Kuyon. There’s also a split in the main families with the name in the US to another diminutive, Kenyon.... [more]
Kuyper Dutch
Variant of Kuiper
Kuypers Dutch
Variant of Kuiper
Kuzma Ukrainian, Belarusian
From the personal name Kuzma, Greek Kosmas, a derivative of kosmos ‘universe’, ‘(ordered) arrangement’. St. Cosmas, martyred with his brother Damian in Cilicia in the early 4th century ad, came to be widely revered in the Eastern Church.
Kuzmenko Ukrainian
Derived from the given name Kuzma.
Kuzmin Russian, Ukrainian
Means "son of Kuzma".
Kuznets Russian
The Russian variation of Smith.
Kvasnička Czech
from kvasnička ‘sour cherry’, applied as a nickname.
Kvist Swedish
Swedish surname meaning "twig, branch".... [more]
Kvitsinia Abkhaz
Mingrelian form of the Abkhaz surname Kutsnia; the Abkhaz name was replaced by the Mingrelian spelling during the era of Joseph Stalin. It is most likely derived from Abkhaz икуцны иааз (ikutsny iaaz) meaning "one who migrates", though the word квици (kvitsi) has no real meaning in Abkhaz... [more]
Kvon Chinese (Russified)
Russified form of Kuang used by ethnic Chinese living in parts of the former Soviet Union (based on the Cantonese romanization of the name).
Kvong Chinese (Russified)
Alternate transcription of Kvon.
Kwak Korean
From Sino-Korean 郭 (gwak) meaning "outer city" (making it the Korean form of Guo) or 霍 (gwak) meaning "quickly, suddenly".
Kwan Korean
Korean Hanja: 管, 關 ... [more]
Kwasigroch Polish
person who ferments(kwasic) peas(groch)
Kwasnik Polish
Meaning: Sour or acidic.
Kwek Chinese (Hokkien)
Hokkien romanization of Guo.
Kwon Korean
Korean form of Quan, from Sino-Korean 權 (gwon).
Kwong Chinese (Cantonese)
Cantonese romanization of Kuang.
Ky Vietnamese
Meaning Unknown.
Kyagumbo Shona
Meaning unknown.
Kyekyeku Akan
Meaning unknown.
Kyer English (American)
Anglicized form of Geier.
Kyler English (American)
Anglicized form of Cuyler.
Kyne Irish
From Gaelic Ó Cadháin meaning "descendant of Cadhán", a byname meaning "barnacle goose".
Kyoso Japanese
From Japanese 狂 (kyō) meaning "madness" and 想 (sō) meaning "thought, idea". The kanji that makes up Kyoso can also mean "fantasy".
Kyrgyzov Kyrgyz
Means "son of a Kyrgyz".
Kyriacou Greek (Cypriot)
Alternate transcription of Kyriakou chiefly used in Cyprus.
Kyriakos Greek
From the given name Kyriakos
Kyrö Finnish
Origins remain unknown, might be deprived from the rare given name Kyrö or the location name. The earliest documented person with Kyrö as a surname dates back to 1553