|Subject:||Kai is also a Scandinavian and Finnish name|
|Author:||Ylva (Authenticated as Ylva)|
|Date:||December 29, 2005 at 7:40:52 PM|
|Reply to:||Re: Kai by space cadet|
Kai or Kaj, maybe from the Roman Caius.
But the meaning "food" is not relevant, as nobody speaks maori here. Besides, many people only care about the sound of the name, not the meaning.
"You sought a flower and found a fruit. You sought a spring and found a sea. You sought a woman and found a soul. You are disappointed."
"It does not become me to make myself smaller than I am." (Edith Södergran 1891-1923)
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