Other Origin(s):Egyptian
Meaning:Flower; Fruit; Spiritual part of the soul; To like, desire
Short and sweet, Ka is a gender-neutral name with many roots. Ka is the romanization of two Japanese surnames represented by different kanji, translating to “flower” and “fruit.” According to Egyptian mythology, ka symbolizes a spiritual part of the soul that protects the divine spirit and survives after death. Ka also traces back to the Proto-Indo-European root ka-, which means “to like, desire.” With a name like Ka, baby will be able to fend for themselves and others. Baby Ka will be loved by you and those who get to know them as they bloom and grow into their own wonderful person.
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