In the Western Australian Aboriginal language
Noongar, the settlers took the word Kiley/Kylie/Koilee to mean curved, returning stick or ' boomerang'.  Kyly, Kiley, and Kylee are variant spellings. The name received much popularity from the success of Australian vocal artist  Kylie Minogue.
Kylie Bax (born 1975), New Zealand fashion model
Kylie Gauci (born 1985), Australian wheelchair basketball player
Kylie Gillies (born 1967), Australian television presenter
Kylie InGold, (born 1962), Australian Artist of the Fairy Fantasy Genre
Kylie Ireland (born 1970), American actress best known for her work in pornographic films
Kylie Jenner (born 1997), Secondary reality TV personality
Kylie Kwong (born 1969), Australian television chef, author, television presenter and restaurateur
Kylie Leuluai (born 1978), New Zealand rugby league footballer
Kylie Maybury (1978-1984), Australian murder victim
Kylie Minogue (born 1968), Australian singer and actress
Kylie Morris, Australian newsreader in the UK
Kylie Padilla (born 1993) Filipino actress
Kylie Petrie (born 1991), Canadian trampolinist
Kylie Tennant (1912–1988), Australian novelist, playwright, writer, critic, biographer, and historian
Kylie Travis (born 1970), Australian actress
Kylie Tyndall (born 1992), US actress
Fictional characters [ edit ]
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References [ edit ]
^ Morris, Edward Ellis (1898). Austral English: a dictionary of Australasian words, phrases, and usages. MacMillan & Co.
^ Ramson, W.M. (2004). Lexical Images: The Story of the Australian National Dictionary. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-551577-3.