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Name Kay - Meaning and origin

Name Kay - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Greeks

Meaning of the name:

This is a multifaceted name!
In Scotland, the meaning of the name Kay is "fire". It is also in American culture.
In Greek culture, Kay means "pure".
In Welsh, this female name carries the connotations of "fiery" or "ardent", which brings back once again to heat and fire.
In the Arthurian legend, Kay, at the time also used for boys, was the first name of Hector's son.
Kay's name also has English origins. Also spelled "Cai", it is related to "Gaius". Sir Kay was Knight of the King Arthur Round Table.

Celebrities:

This name appears in Andersen's story, "Snow Queen". Kai is a little boy who lives in the attic of a building in a big city. He is the victim of the wickedness of a troll and the flattery of the Snow Queen.

Kay Summersby was a member of the British Mechanized Transport corps during the Second World War and was also the driver and then secretary of Dwight D. Eisenhower.
American actress Kay Lenz starred in American Graffiti.

His character :

Kay is not one of those who remain dangling waiting to be served all on a silver platter. On the contrary, Kay provokes events. She is a leader and her powerful personality makes her worthy of positions of responsibility. She does not scatter and knows how to focus her attention on specific goals.

Derivatives:

Kai and Cai.

His party :

No party date for Kay.

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