Keeping Up With the Kardashians — baby names edition! From Kris Jenner’s first-born grandchild, Mason, to one of the family’s more recent addition, Psalm, the famous brood has a long list of unique monikers.
While some names have specific meanings behind them, others were simply given to the little ones because their parents liked the way they sounded.
Kim Kardashian and her husband, Kanye West, made headlines for their daughter’s direction-based name when they welcomed their eldest child, North West, in June 2013. However, weeks later, momager Kris stepped in and defended the decision for the name, explaining the sweet reason the pair dubbed her North.
“I love the name North. I’m pro-North, absolutely,” Kris said during an interview on The View at the time.
The KKW Beauty founder and the “I Love It” rapper have since welcomed two sons and a second daughter. (More on their names below.)
Exes Kourtney Kardashian and ex Scott Disick, for their part, once revealed that Mason’s moniker was an easy decision because they didn’t like any other name at his time of birth. His younger siblings, Penelope and Reign, weren’t tough moniker decisions for the on-again, off-again couple either.
Youngest sibling Kylie Jenner put her own unique twist on naming her first child, daughter Stormi, with boyfriend Travis Scott in February 2018.
The Kylie Cosmetics creator, who is also the mother of son Wolf, told her Instagram followers in a March 2019 Live that even though she liked the name “Storm,” she wanted her daughter to also have an “ie” sound at the end of her moniker.
“I had one more name that I liked,” the makeup mogul explained in the video at the time. “I had two names that I honestly liked better than Stormi, but when I had her, I felt like she chose her own name. I just couldn’t imagine any other name other than Stormi.”
Rose was “No. 3 in line,” Kylie went on to say. As for her and Scott’s second choice, it was a “weird” one that “just didn’t work” for the infant when she arrived. “I don’t want to tell you guys just in case I use [it] one day,” she concluded.
Khloé Kardashian, for her part, had the help of her grandma “M.J.” Shannon when it came to deciding on what to call her baby girl, True.
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