Keats: baby boy name meaning and popularity


This name of English origin means "kite" - but not the kind your little Keats will beg you to help him fly (on the least-windy day ever). Prior to the 7th century, it meant "bird."


Keats is not a really nickname-able name.

Famous people named Keats:

Poet John Keats; author Ezra Jack Keats.

Fun fact:

Keats may also be an occupational name for a herdsman, someone who herded cattle or sheep.

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