Khari is a name for a handsome baby that means “kingly”. Though it is traditionally a boy’s name, the musical couple Fetty Wop and Masika Kalysha named their daughter Khari.
Meaning of the name Khari
Origin of the name Khari
Symbolism of the name Khari
Khari is a teacher and related to light. He is an idealist dreamer and sometimes even a mystic. Having plenty of vision makes him an inspiration. Khari also has the talent to open doors and help others achieve more in their life. He is a good speaker and people love listening to his stories, enough that he would probably be more practical and start writing them down.
Style of the name Khari
Gender of the name Khari
Khari is a boy's name.
Pronunciation of the name Khari
Number of syllables in the name Khari
Emotion evoked from the name Khari
Khari is wise and intuitive. He tends to be sensitive, sensing vibrations in people around him. Khari does not lose his composure when sudden changes and unforeseen events happen because he knows that change is the only certainty in life. He has courage, talent, and leadership.
Alternative spellings for the name Khari
Nicknames for the name Khari
- Kar kar
Popularity of the name Khari
Khari came onto the popularity chart around 1994. It did not appear again until making a brief appearance in 2017. It barely appeared in 2018 as well. Then in 2019, Khari shot up in popularity and almost doubled in 2020.
Related names for the name Khari
Great middle names for Khari and their meanings
- Max (great spring)
- Vincent (to conquer)
- James (supplanter)
- William (strong-willed warrior)
- Jace (healer)
- David (beloved)
- Keeden (moon)
Famous people with the name Khari
- David Khari Webber aka Dave Chappelle (American comedian)
- Khari Stephenson (Jamaican footballer)
- Khari Okang Jones (American CFL player)
- Khari Coleman (American football player)
- Khari Mateen (composer, producer)
Kharis in popular culture
- Khari biscuit (cuisine of the Irani Zoroastrian population)