US Popularity:22708
Other Origin(s):Korean
Celebrate your child's youth with the endearing name Ko. Rooted in Japanese, written as 子, it translates to "child" for boys. In Japanese culture, Ko is often added to a name to symbolize the innocence of one’s early years, as is seen in the adorable Nezuko from Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. Ko also doubles as a Korean surname, and can be spelled as Go, Goh, or Koh. It has historical significance on Jeju Island, where it was the name of Go Eul-na, the inaugural ruler of the kingdom of Tamna.

Ko Name Popularity Data

Yearly Ranking Change:

in 2021
- 1389
from 2020
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