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Kaiko Meaning - Origin and Names

Kaiko Meaning - Origin and Names


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Origin of first name:

Japanese

Meaning of the name:

Coming from the Japanese language, the name Kaiko is mostly used in Hawaii. This first name means "child of forgiveness".

Celebrities:

Keiko Kitagawa, actress and Japanese singer, Keiko Agena, American actress, Keiko Tsuji, represents Japan for Miss Universe 2014, Keiko Utoku, singer-songwriter of Japanese origin, Keiko Ichiguchi, author of manga.

There is no patron saint for people with the name Kaiko.

His character :

Kaiko is a charming and pleasant girl. She likes to please and be loved, and that is why she is understanding and conciliatory with those around her. She is also a flirtatious and perfectionist girl who pays attention to every detail. However, she is hypersensitive and emotional. It therefore needs a secure environment and protection to flourish. Nevertheless, this sociable girl easily binds herself to others and crunches life to the fullest. Kaiko is a girl who needs to be independent.

Derivatives:

Keiko

His party :

There is no party for people named Kaiko.

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