20 Spanish Boy Names Starting With “K”

When you set out to choose a name for your son, there’s a good chance you might want to pick one that mirrors you or your partner’s own ethnic or cultural background. Spanish names for boys are hearty and beautiful and give echoes of a poetic, romantic landscape.

There are a few choice names that start with “K” for boys that are worth considering. This is especially true if you’re looking to use Spanish as the cultural focus for your child’s name.

Karlos is a variant of the name Carlos, which ultimately derives from the English name “Charles”. This name means, quite simply, “man”. It really can’t get more direct than that!

Kemen is another Spanish name of Basque origin that is very blunt yet honest in its meaning. It simply means “strong” and would make a great name for any boy with a Spanish cultural background.

Kepa is another Basque-derived name that ties into Biblical stories. It is related to the male Aramaic name Cephas which means “rock”. Cephas was a name that Jesus personally gave to St. Peter the Apostle because his faith was strong like a rock.

To cap off our Spanish boy names starting with a “K” we have Koldo and Kiko. Koldo is yet another Basque-derived name that is similar to the French name Louis, which has been the name of many noble kings and rulers in the past.

Kiko is the short form of the name Francisco. One of the best modern-day examples of this name is Kiko Loureiro, the current lead guitarist of the thrash metal band Megadeth. Rock on!Karlos

Kai

Meaning: From the Sea; Ocean; Earth; Victorious; Brave with Spear; Forgiveness;
Origin: Spanish

Kairo

Meaning: Victorious One
Origin: Spanish

Kaizer

Meaning: King; Long Haired; Form of Caesar
Origin: Spanish

Kakof

Meaning: Pure
Origin: Spanish

Karmelo

Meaning: Humbled; Fruit Garden; Fruitful Land
Origin: Spanish

Kemen

Meaning: Strong
Origin: Basque

Kenji

Meaning: Second in Strength; Second Son
Origin: Spanish

Kent

Meaning: Bright; White; Edge; Border;
Origin: Spanish

Kepa

Meaning: Rock
Origin: Basque

Kerman

Meaning: From Germany
Origin: Spanish

Kevin

Meaning: Beloved; Little Gentle One;
Origin: Spanish

Kiko

Meaning: Short form of the name Francisco
Origin: Spanish

Kino

Meaning: Thoughtful; Blissful; Kind
Origin: Spanish

Klaus

Meaning: People’s Triumph; Victory of the People; Leader in Victory
Origin: Spanish

Koke

Meaning: Jorge
Origin: Spanish

Koldo

Meaning: Fame; Warrior; Loud
Origin: Basque

Kreso

Meaning: Cross of Peace
Origin: Spanish

Kris

Meaning: Christ-bearer; Anointed; Follower of Christ
Origin: Spanish

Kruz

Meaning: Cross
Origin: Spanish

Kyle

Meaning: Narrow; Channel; A Wood; A Church; Fair and Handsome;
Origin: Spanish