US Popularity:11843
Other Origin(s):Hawaiian, Japanese, Latin
Meaning:Franco, belonging to the people of the Franks; Javelin, spear; Princess, noblewoman; Flower; Splendor, brilliance; Sister
Kika is a distinguished name for baby with many roots to inspire them. Kika is a gender-neutral moniker that can be traced back to Latin, German, Hawaiian, and Japanese. It derives from the Latin name Francus or Franciscus, meaning “Franco, belonging to the people of the Franks.” This originated from the Germanic term frankô, translated as “javelin” or “spear,” which was the name of the Franks’ weapon of choice. In Japanese kanji, 姫華 is the most common way to represent Kika. The character 姫 means “princess” or “noblewoman,” and 華 translates to “flower,” “splendor,” or “brilliance.” The Hawaiian term kika is transliterated as “sister” in English. Baby Kika is spoiled for choice with their name’s various stems. Whether they spearhead innovations, rule with grace, or are simply a friend to their sisters in life, baby will blossom beautifully into their own person.

Kika Name Popularity Data

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in 2012
- 9404
from 1972
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