Kennady is a studly boy’s name of Irish origin, with the hard-hatted meaning “helmet head.” Don’t worry—we can say that Kennady actually means “armored head.” Kennady is the anglicized form of the Irish surname Cinnéidigh and can be broken into two elements: Ceann (“_head”) and _eide (“armored”). An alternative spelling of Kennedy, Kennady gives baby a spark of individuality with a classic air. John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, was the first Irish-Catholic President of America, whose family’s roots stretch back to Ireland. Kennady offers baby a dapper name steeped in ancestral pride, but it also works perfectly if you just love its presidential vibe.
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