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What does Kahil mean? Kahil [kahil] as a boys' name is of Arabic origin, and the name Kahil means "friend". Kahil is a variant form of Kalil (Arabic): poet Kahlil Gibran.

Kahil is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Kahil name meanings is Friend, lover.
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Kahil is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as کھل, काहिल, كحيل, কাহিল. Other similar sounding names can be Kahill, Kaheela, Kaheesha, Kahlilia.

Each letter meanings in Kahil Name.

  • K Keen, your sense of honesty.
  • A Articulate, a regular wordsmith
  • H Humble, a saintly quality.
  • I Imagination, never be afraid to share your ideas
  • L Listen, one of your best traits.

Kahil Ethnicity Distribution.

  • Ethnicity
  • White
  • African American
  • Asian, Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander
  • American Indian and Alaska Native
  • Two or More Ethnicities
  • Hispanic or Latino

Popular personalities with Kahil Name.

Kahil Elzabar

Kahil Elzabar is an afro-cuban jazzfree jazz, bebop, and afro-cuban jazz musician. He plays Percussion instrument and Drum kit. Kahil was born on November 11th, 1953 in Chicago.

Kahil Dotay

Kahil Dotay is an actor, director, and producer. He was most active from 2004 to present.

Mahmoud Kahil

Mahmoud was born in 1936 in Tripoli, Lebanon. He left this life on February 11th, 2003.

Write Kahil in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla
(Kahil pronunciation in different languages)

Urdu: کھل
Hindi: काहिल
Arabic: كحيل
Bangla: কাহিল

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