[name]Maggie[/name] [name]Mary[/name], thanks for calling me a Great Leader, though I prefer [name]Empress[/name]. Or maybe Duchess, since [name]Kate[/name] made that cool.
Here’s what I wrote for the [name]Daily[/name] Mail and the [name]Huffington[/name] Post. I actually like a lot of these names!
[name]Kalista[/name] or [name]Kalixto[/name]
The Kimye baby is sure to be gorgeous, and so one logical choice would be these female and male versions of the Greek name meaning “beautiful.” While the K versions of the name modernize it Kardashian style, there were three popes named [name]Calixto[/name] and a mythological nymph as well as a television actress named [name]Calista[/name].
Kauai, [name]Kashmir[/name], or [name]Kyoto[/name]
[name]Kimberly[/name] and [name]Kanye[/name] are both place-names, and so the couple might want to consider another off-the-map place name, such as the Hawaiian Kauai, the Sanskrit Kashmire, or the Japanese [name]Kyoto[/name].
[name]Kissa[/name] or [name]Kito[/name]
[name]Kanye[/name] is an African name, so it may make sense for the couple to look for another name of that origin. [name]Kissa[/name] is a Ugandan girls’ name that means “born after twins,” while [name]Kito[/name] is Swahili for “precious jewel.”
[name]Kadence[/name], [name]Kalliope[/name] or [name]Kalypso[/name]
[name]Music[/name] names! [name]Kanye[/name] might want to rap while [name]Kim[/name] dances along to songs with musical names [name]Kadence[/name], [name]Kalliope[/name], or [name]Kalypso[/name].
Kassius or [name]Kassia[/name]
[name]Kanye[/name]’s former fashion stylist was a 19-year-old [name]Yale[/name] undergrad name [name]Cassius[/name] [name]Clay[/name] – the white [name]Cassius[/name] [name]Clay[/name] – which might inspire the respelling of this Ancient [name]Roman[/name] classic. [name]Cassius[/name] means hollow and recently reentered the Top 1000 for the first time since 1895; the similar girls’ name [name]Cassia[/name] means cinnamon, which makes it perfect for this spicy couple.
I don’t really follow the Kardashians very closely, but I vaguely remember reading a thread during one of [name]Kourtney[/name]'s pregnancies where someone mentioned something about [name]Kim[/name] encouraging her sister to continue the tradition of K names, so because of that I’m inclined to agree with most of the previous posters that they’ll probably use a K name. [name]Kanye[/name]'s mother was apprently an English professor, so I could see them using some sort of obscure literary reference both to honor her and maybe to show off a bit.
I don’t see something popular for [name]Kim[/name] & [name]Kayne[/name]'s little baby, being [name]Kayne[/name] especially. Probably something unique, and I can also maybe see a K for a name. I hope it’s a girl- little [name]Penelope[/name] [name]Scotland[/name] would have a friend near her age, but on the other hand, a boy would be nice for [name]Mason[/name] [name]Dash[/name]. I too see something like [name]King[/name], [name]Kylie[/name], [name]Kaylee[/name], Kasha, [name]Chanel[/name], [name]Keira[/name], Kyte, [name]Kai[/name], [name]Kennedy[/name], etc. Something maybe that has to do with fashion also, considering the parents! But, incase one of them is reading my post, Congratulations [name]Kayne[/name] & [name]Kim[/name]
Actually, the more I think about it the less I think they’ll go for a K name. They’re both very image-conscious, and I think they know that’s what’s expected. When [name]Kourtney[/name] was pregnant with [name]Penelope[/name], I saw a lot of discussions expecting another K name, and then when she went with [name]Penelope[/name] I saw a lot of people upset that a name they liked was now “ruined.” I wouldn’t be at all surprised if [name]Kim[/name] and [name]Kanye[/name] “ruined” another name nerd favorite.
I saw one article that said that were leaning towards [name]Liv[/name] for a girl. I have no idea how much truth there was to that article, probably not a lot, but I’m beginning to expect something along those lines.