Popularity:11204
Origin:French
Other Origin(s):Egyptian, Japanese, Spanish
Meaning:From the caster plant; Double happiness
Kiki is a feminine name with Spanish, Egyptian, French, and Japanese connections. With meanings like, in Spanish and Egyptian, “from the caster plant” and, in French, “double happiness,” it is fair to say that this multicultural moniker is associated with the finer things in life. Fans of Japanese cinema may recognize the name from the classic anime Kiki's Delivery Service, while Elton John enthusiasts will be familiar thanks to his collaboration with Kiki Dee on the iconic track “Don't Go Breaking My Heart.”
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