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Pronunciation /ˈkаɪliː/
Gender Female
Meaning Attractive, Boomerang, Beautiful Spirit
Origin Australian
Related names Kyly, Kyle, Kyla, Kylee, Kiley, Kayleigh, Kaylee, Kayla
Popularity Popular names page

Kylee (pronounced /ˈkаɪliː/[1]) is a common female personal name of Australian origin. The name is derived from a Noongar (Australian Aboriginal) word meaning 'boomerang'.[2] The name Kylie also means "attractive". In Hawaiian, Kylie means "beautiful spirit". Since the 1980s Kylie has also become a common name for girls in the United States, where it is thought of as a feminine form for Kyle.[citation needed] "Kyly", "Kiley" and "Kylee" are variant spellings.[citation needed]


Well known Kylies include:


  • Kylie Bax (born 1975), New Zealand fashion model
  • Kylie Ireland (born 1970), US actress best known for her work in pornographic films
  • Kylie Kwong (born 1969), Australian television chef, author, television presenter and restaurateur
  • Kylie Leuluai (born 1978), New Zealand rugby league footballer
  • Kylie Minogue (born 1968), Australian singer and actress
  • Kylie Morris, Australian newsreader in the UK
  • Kylee Sorensen (born 1989), Uruguayan fashion model
  • Kylie Tennant (1912–1988), Australian novelist, playwright, writer, critic, biographer, and historian
  • Kylie Travis (born 1970), Australian actress
  • Kylie Tyndall (born 1992), US actress
  • Kylee (singer) (born 1994), Japanese singer
  • Ky-Ky (born 1991), US model and dancer

See also


  1. ^ See Pronunciation of Kylie.
  2. ^ Hanks, P; Hardcastle, K; Hodges, F (2006). A Dictionary of First Names. Oxford University Press. 

Kylee Saunders
Also known as Kylee
Born May 25, 1994 (1994-05-25) (age 16)
Origin Chandler, Arizona, United States
Genres Rock
Years active 2008-present
Labels DefStar Records

Kylee Saunders (born May 25, 1994 in Arizona, United States), better known mononymously as Kylee, is an American singer of Japanese descent. She is signed onto Sony Music Japan's DefStar Records label.



Born to an American father and Japanese mother,[1] Kylee became interested in singing thanks to the influence of her father and was exposed to singing from an early age, dreaming of becoming a singer and often performing in front of crowds. When she was eleven years old, she passed an audition to perform the national anthem at the opening segment of a NBA game, earning a standing ovation.[1] Soon after, this performance earned her the interest of music producers and she was signed onto the independent label RX-Records.[1] Kylee attended Stoller Middle School in Portland, Oregon until 2007 when she returned to Arizona.

On October 17, 2008, "Vacancy" was released in the United States as a digital single.[2] Under RX-Records, she released her first single "Vacancy" on December 3, 2008, which was featured as the ending theme to the Sony Computer Entertainment anime series, Xam'd: Lost Memories.[1] On March 24, 2010 Kylee released her major debut single under Sony Music Japan's label DefStar Records, titled "Kimi ga Iru Kara" (キミがいるから?, "Because You Are Here"), which was featured as the theme song to the 2010 film Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac, a Japan-America co-production in which she also gave a cameo performance.[3][4] Her second major label single, Missing/It's You, is slated for release on July 7, 2010, with "Missing" being the second opening theme song to the Bones and Stan Lee anime Heroman. She will also perform as one of the opening acts for the 2010 Summer Sonic Festival, playing on the Urban/Dance Stage.[5]




  1. "Vacancy" (digitally released to the iTunes Store October 17, 2008)
  2. "Vacancy" (released December 3, 2008)
  3. "Kimi ga Iru Kara" (キミがいるから?, "Because You Are Here", March 24, 2010)
  4. "It's You" (digital release May 28, 2010)
  5. "Missing/It's You" (released July 7, 2010)


  1. Love Kicks... (released March 4, 2009)
  2. Kylee meets Bounen no Zamned (Kylee meets 亡念のザムド Kairī Mītsu Bōnen no Zamudo?, released July 29, 2009)


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Proper noun




  1. A female given name, a spelling variant of Kylie.


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