First Names X

“X” First Names Translated Into Phonetic Hawaiian

The Hawaiian translations provided are phonetic and have no intentional literal meanings. The translations are done based on the sounds the name makes when said and the Hawaiian alphabet and word structure. Because there are only 13 letters in the Hawaiian language there are many names which sound similar and have the same phonetic translation and NO LITERAL TRANSLATION OR MEANING. In order to obtain a literal translation of a name you would need to know the literal meaning the name then translate it to the same exact meaning in Hawaiian. Contact the Bishop Museum if you would like a literal name translation where they have Hawaiian language experts available for hire for translation work.

Xakery – Kakeli

Xamantha – Kamanaka

Xan – Kana

Xander – Kanakeli

Xandy – Kanaki

Xantos – Kanakoku

Xao – Kao

Xaq – Kaka

Xarie – Kalie

Xavier – Kawieli

Xaviera – Kawiela

Xavion – Kawionu

Xela – Kela

Xena – Kena

Xenia – Kenia

Xenie – Kenie

Xenielle – Keniele

Xenifer – Kenipeli

Xeno – Keno

Xenos – Kenoku

Xia – Kia

Xiana – Kiana

Xiang-Ke – Kiana-ake

Xiaoke – Kiaoke

Xiaoqing – Kiaokine

Xin – Kine

Xining – Kinine

Xinrong – Kinelonu

Xiomara – Kiomala

Xiong – Kionu

Xochitl – Kokikele

Xol – Kolu

Xu – Ku

Xuan – Kuana

Xuemei – Kuemei

Xuxa – Kuka

Xvante – Kawanake

Xyline – Kiline

Xylon – Kilonu

Click on the first letter of the first name to find the Phonetic Hawaiian Translation!

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