Kay is found both as a surname (see Kay (surname)) and as a given name. In English-speaking countries, it is usually a feminine name, often a short form of Katherine or one of its variants; but it is also used as a first name in its own right, and also as a masculine name (for example in India, the Netherlands, and Sweden). The alternative spelling of Kaye is encountered as a surname, but also occasionally as a given name: for instance, actress Kaye Ballard.
Kay Armen (1915–2011), stage name of Armenuhi Manoogian, American Armenian singer
Kay Bailey Hutchison (born 1943), American lawyer, politician, and diplomat
Kay (singer) (born 1985), Canadian singer-songwriter
Kay Burley (born 1960), Sky News founder and presenter
Kay Elson (born 1947), Australian politician
Kay Francis (1905–1968), American actress
Kay Hagan (born 1953), American politician
Kay Hull (born 1954), Australian politician
Kay Kendall (1927–1959), British actress and comedian
Kay Kinsman (1909–1998), Canadian artist and writer
Kay A. Orr (1939), 36th governor of Nebraska, US
Kay Panabaker (born 1990), American actress
Kay Parker (born 1944), English pornographic actress
Kay Redfield Jamison (born 1946), American psychologist and writer
Kay Starr (1922–2016), stage name of Katherine Starks, American pop and jazz singer
Kay Tse (born 1977), Hong Kong Cantopop singer Kay Thompson (1909-1998), American author
Fictional characters [ edit ]
Agent K, a character in the Men In Black film series and animated series
Kay Adams-Corleone, a character in Mario Puzo's novel The Godfather.
Sir Kay, character from Arthurian legend
Kay Harker, character from the book The Box of Delights by John Masefield.
Kay, a protagonist in the video game Legend of Kay. Kay, also spelled Kai, a character in Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale
The Snow Queen
Kay, a character in the Vertigo comic series Fables.
Kay Faraday, a character in Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth Kay Engel, a character in . Freier Fall (2013 film)
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