Kiki

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Kiki may refer to:

People[edit]

Given name, nickname or pseudonym[edit]

In sports[edit]

Musicians[edit]

  • Kiki Carter (born 1957), activist, singer/songwriter, and columnist
  • Kiki Dee (born 1947), British singer/songwriter
  • Kiki Djan (1957-2004), Ghanaian keyboardist with the band Osibisa
  • Kierra Sheard (born 1987), gospel artist nicknamed Ki Ki

Arts and entertainment[edit]

  • Alice Prin (1901-1953), French artist, writer and model known as "Kiki de Montparnasse" or "Kiki"
  • Kiki of Paris (born 1945), Parisian photographer
  • Kiki Curls (born 1968), Democratic member of the Missouri Senate
  • Kiki Dimoula (born 1931), Greek poet
  • Kirin Kiki (born Keiko Nakatani in 1943), Japanese actress
  • Kiki Kogelnik (1935-1997), Austrian painter, sculptor and filmmaker
  • Kiki Shepard (born 1951), African-American television host
  • Kiki Sheung (born 1958), Hong Kong actress
  • Kiki Smith (born 1954), American feminist artist

Other fields[edit]

  • "Kiki", nickname of Enrique Camarena (DEA Agent) (1947-1985), murdered undercover agent for the United States Drug Enforcement Administration
  • Kiki Håkansson (born c. 1929), winner of the first Miss World beauty pageant in 1951
  • Kiki Preston (1898-1946), American socialite and alleged mother of a son born out of wedlock with HRH Prince George, Duke of Kent
  • Kiki Sanford (born 1974), American research scientist in neurophysiology

Surname[edit]

Fictional characters[edit]

Films, books, magazines[edit]

Places[edit]

Radio stations[edit]

  • KIKI (AM), licensed to Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
  • KHJZ, an FM station licensed to Honolulu, formerly KIKI, which operates an HD channel named KIKI
  • KHVH, an AM station licensed to Honolulu, which held the call sign KIKI from 1973 to 1990

Other uses[edit]

  • Bouba/kiki effect, an observed neurophysiological effect tying certain sounds to specific shapes
  • Kiki Station, a train station in Minami, Japan
  • Kiki (gathering), an informal term meaning a social gathering primarily for gossip or generally having a good time

See also[edit]