Thinking about Kaylee? For a moment, let’s consider Kylie. It starts with a trendy K, includes the trendy y-in-a-position-besides-last, ends in the trendy –ie, has the trendy –iley sound and feels like a trendy made-up name. Here’s the kicker, though -- it isn’t! Kylie is a real name (or at least, it stems from one). It’s generally considered a feminine version of the Scottish name Kyle, which comes from the Gaelic Caol and means “narrows,” “channel,” or “straight.” (Other sources call it an Aboriginal word for “boomerang” or a Hawaiian word for “beautiful spirit,” which are both pretty cool but not entirely confirmable.) It started being used in the ‘70s and started really climbing the charts in the early twenty-first century (helped, no doubt, by the singer Kylie Minogue) to the point where it’s actually now more popular than the masculine Kyle.