Koty meaning and origin
Unexpected Koty's origin is Old French and Celtic is largely used in English is aimed at both boys and girls. Koty is variant form of durable and noteworthy Cody. Largely used in Irish, English and English unexpected, Cody, meaning of Cody is "Helper and Son" is of Old Irish and Celtic origin. Also. Koty is another transcription of Coty. Coty is English form of Cody.
Variants of KotyNames that rhyme with Koty
Popularity of Koty
Koty is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1978 and was able to reach the top 2000 names. In 1991, it ranked 1798th when 44 boys were named Koty. There are over 484 babies that have been given the name Koty in United States. Also, Koty is a familiar name in Ivory Coast. At least, 400 people globally have carried Koty as their given name according to our findings.
Numerological analysis of Koty
You react fast and don't think much when it comes to taking a risk for improvement or gaining profits. Don't ruin your gentle spirit with greediness and temporary satisfaction. The letter K as your cornerstone reveals you are an introvert who enjoys solitude. Find a way to release and replace the negative energy inside your soul with a positive one. Be fair and give everyone a chance to prove what they can do.
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Namesakes of Koty
We could not find any notable namesake.