What does the baby name Kalino mean? Learn about what Kalino means, its history & origin, popularity in our random name database, pronunciation, similar names, nicknames & spelling variations.

Kalino - Name Meaning, Origin & Popularity

Spelling of Kalino
K-A-L-I-N-O, is a 6-letter male given name.
Pronunciation of Kalino
kah LEE no
Meaning of Kalino
Brilliant one, bright one.
Origin of Kalino
The name 'Kalino' has its origins in the Hawaiian language. In Hawaiian, names often have deep connections to nature, spirituality, and cultural traditions. 'Kalino' is derived from the Hawaiian word 'ka', which means 'the' or 'of', and 'lino', which means 'flax' or 'linen'. When combined, the name 'Kalino' can be interpreted as 'of flax' or 'of linen'.
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Popularity of Kalino
The popularity of the name 'Kalino' has remained relatively low over the years. It is not a commonly used name and does not rank among the top names in any particular region or country.
Kalino currently has 1 like, and is in the top 14% of liked boy's names. The name Adom is slightly more popular than Kalino.

Etymology of Kalino

The etymology of the name 'Kalino' is rooted in the Hawaiian language. The word 'lino' refers to flax or linen, which are both materials used for clothing and textiles. The name may have been given to boys with the hope that they would possess qualities associated with the strength, durability, and versatility of linen.

Cultural Significance of Kalino

In Hawaiian culture, names often have deep cultural and spiritual significance. The name 'Kalino' may be seen as a reflection of the importance of clothing and textiles in Hawaiian traditions. It may also symbolize the value placed on craftsmanship and the connection between humans and the natural world.