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Kody

Kody Meaning and Origin

Kody is a unisex name of English origin, meaning “helpful, pillow.” The name “Kody” is considered a modern variant of the name “Cody.” It is believed to have originated as a given name in the United States, likely as a respelling of “Cody.” The name “Cody” itself has Irish roots, derived from the Gaelic surname “Ó Cuidighthigh,” meaning “descendant of Cuidightheach,” where “Cuidightheach” means “helpful.” The name has evolved over time to become “Cody” and its variant “Kody.” Kody is a masculine name with a contemporary and approachable sound. It’s a relatively simple and easy-to-pronounce name, making it popular among parents seeking modern-sounding names for their children. The name carries a sense of familiarity while still feeling somewhat unique due to its distinct spelling. Kody evokes a sense of friendliness and adaptability, making it suitable for a variety of personalities. It gained prominence in the United States during the late 20th century and early 21st century. Famous People Named Kody: Kody Brown: Kody Brown is a well-known television personality, best known for his appearance on the reality TV show “Sister Wives,” which follows the life of his polygamist family. Kody Clemens: Kody Clemens is a professional baseball player, drafted by the Detroit Tigers in 2018. 

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