Kyle was a Top 25 American baby boy name between 1986 and 1998
Kurtis surged into the Top 400 American baby boy names in the 1980s, but fell off the list by 2004.
Kurt peaked at No. 109 in 1964 in the Top 1000 American baby boy names. It was off the list by 2006.
Saint Corbinian was originally named Waldegiso after his father, but his mother, Corbiniana renamed her son after herself following her husband’s death
Kofi was one of five 4-letter names given to 33 American baby boys in 2013. The other four were Kavi, Kobi, Kohl and Kush.
Unlike Knox, the K in Knut is not silent. it is pronounced ka-newt
After Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt named their son Knox, the name reappeared in the Top 1000 American baby names, rising to No. 434 in 2011.
English speakers often associate Klaus with Santa Claus; however, it is pronounced “klowse”
Klaas is the Dutch version of Klaus. Both can also be spelled with a C
Kirk’s last appearance in the Top 1000 American baby boy names occurred in 2002
The famous Southfork Ranch, featured on the 1980s TV series “Dallas” is located in Parker, just southwest of Wylie, Texas
Cathleen fell out of the Top 1000 popular American girls names in 1988. Kathleen continued to be popular.
Chester’s rank in 1995 was 924 because, alphabetically, it comes before Lyle, Ryder, Treyvon and Vaughn. There were 143 baby boys for each name.
Glynis last ranked in the Top 1000 American girl names in 1965 at No. 803