US Popularity:11515
Other Origin(s):German
Meaning:To light up; To heat
If you feel like baby has a warm and kind energy about them, the name Kynda should be at the top of your list. Typically feminine, the meaning and origin of Kynda could be considered somewhat of a mystery, allowing baby to truly make it their own. The origin of this sweet moniker, however, could be from the Old Norse kynda or the Proto-Germanic kundijaną, which means “to light up” or “to heat.” We know that baby’s presence is sure to make you feel warm and fuzzy inside, so why not show them that with this lovely and unique title?

Kynda Name Popularity Data

Yearly Ranking Change:

in 2005
- 5983
from 1979
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