Kale is an anglicized spelling of the Irish name Cáel. It is also the Hawaiian form of Charles, pronounced "KAH leh." Kale is also the name of a leafy green vegetable, similar to cabbage.
Swedish and Hawaiian variant of Malakhi.
Variant spelling of Alana, possibly influenced by the name 'Anna'. This spelling highlights the Gaelic pronunciation of Alana.
The name is borne by actress Alanna Ubach and journalist Alanna Nash.
A Hawaiian form of Diana.
The origin of this name is unknown. It is possibly from Alana or Alan and in Latin the word lana means "wool". However, there's no definite connection to this name.
Variant of Maila, the Hawaiian form of Myra.
Hawaiian form of Mary.
The Latin feminine form of Alan, but a unisex name in Hawaiian.
The name is borne by actress Alana de la Garza.
Most Hawaiian names are unisex. This name is also a word that refers to a type of moss and a type of seaweed.
Kai is a Hawai'ian unisex name meaning "ocean."
It can also be a nickname for the feminine "Kaja" in Swedish, or from the masculine "Gaius" in German, Dutch and Finnish.
Unisex as a Hawaiian name. In this case it is also written with a macron accent (a straight horizontal line) over the second 'a'.
The Sanskrit female name Kala (pronounced with a long final vowel a) is also the name of the Goddess of fine arts, and
With a long first 'a' (maa KAH leh) this could mean 'myrtle'.
As a boys' name, Mikala is the Hawaiian form of of Michael.
As a girls' name, it is the Hawaiian form of the Michelle, the French feminine form of Michael.