Other Origin(s):German, Hungarian
Meaning:Earth; Female; Bold
Kun is a gender-neutral baby name of Chinese origin, meaning “earth” and “female.” In certain Chinese cultures, it’s believed that the world is made up of several elements—wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. Kun, or earth, is a powerful element of harvest and represents a bountiful time for everyone. In China, kun also symbolizes nourishment, fertility, and a perfect time to build a happy family. Kun also has several European roots, including its Hungarian use as a nickname for a Turkic person and from the German and Jewish Ashkenazic surname Kühn, meaning “bold.” With an abundant name like Kun, baby will be inspired to nurturing and down-to-earth.
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