Baby names meaning king
King is the title for a leader of a country, where the position is
claimed due to blood ties or some type of divine rational. The title
along with actual power was much more common in the past than today.
Now various countries have a king, but the title is mainly ceremonial.
The title is also used in affectations, such as King of Pop, King
of Beers, King of the Road & Burger King.
The king usually wears a crown, sits in a throne, has an elaborate
bejeweled robe & is known to pontificate.
The name King, along with LeRoi, Rex, Roy and Ataneq are common for
Baby names can also be derived from famous kings, such as Balthasar,
Melchior, Caspar (aka the Three Wise Men); Kings Edward, James &
Henry of England; and King Louis, Philip and Francis of France; and
Agamemnon, King of Mycenaie during the Trojan War.
Although there are more baby boys names that refer to king, there
are baby girls names that also have king in their meaning.
For males: Abhiskek (Sanskrit), Ganesha (Hindu), Raj & Raja (Indian),
Raimundo (Spanish for King of the World), Raynel, Reginal, Rey (Spanish
for King), Ryan (Irish), Elric (Latin), Arawn (Celtic King of Hell)
& Ellmelech Hebrew for God is King).
For females: Aubrey (Elfin King), China (the Middle Kingdom), Regina
(Queen / Female King) & Aurora (King of Ethiopia).
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