US Popularity:19800
Other Origin(s):Latin, Welsh
Meaning:To rejoice
Kea is a beautiful name for boys that comes from Cornish and Welsh. Although a variant of Key and Kay, it’s actually said to flow from the name Gaius, which means “to rejoice” in Latin. Throughout the ages, Kea has definitely been a cause for celebration. Many recognize it as the name of a Catholic saint who set sail for Cornwall on a granite slab. The very same saint is also said to appear in Arthurian legend. Only time will tell when baby Kea discovers their own unique calling—but until then, may this brilliant moniker fill your days with delight!

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