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Origin: Myanmar
Region Origin: South-Eastern Asia

Kaye is a gender-neutral name of Welsh origin, often considered a short form of Katherine but also closely linked to the Latin Caius. The name Kaye has a meaning rooted in Welsh, derived from the Old Welsh word "Cai" and the Cornish word "Key," both of which mean "wharf". Alternatively, it might have descended from the name of the goddess Hecate or from a Coptic name. The name Kaye is not popular in the world of fiction, but one notable fictional character with this name is Kaye Fierch from the 2002 young-adult fantasy novel "Tithe: A Modern Faerie Tale" by Holly Black.

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