derived from several Old and Middle English words; also adopted by immigrants whose surnames began with a K.
derived from the surnames, or from a rare medieval given name ( as the Sir Kay of Arthurian legend ), Welsh Cai, Latinized as Caius, related to the modern male name Kai.
A short form of Katherine and other female names beginning with a "K"; popular as a middle name.
A shortening of okay.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
Same as Cay.
The numerical value of kay in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of kay in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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I know Kay feels helpless—like there’s nothing he can do, i was him, and we didn't get help, so I was going to be the hero.
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Kay Stimson said, without commenting specifically on the DHS warning. The DHS report voiced confidence that malicious activity could be detected. In addition, local election officials, media organizations, and political campaigns carefully monitor local voting patterns, particularly in electorally significant jurisdictions, and are likely to detect and begin investigating potential anomalies quickly.
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