The Kara is a male name of Hungarian-Turkic origin. It means black (in Hungarian: "fekete"). Ahmed ibn Foszlán mentions this name as the name of one of the clans (kara, kazár), who were the 'kabarok'. At Konstatinos Kara, the seventh Hungarian tribe and Kazar, the eighth tribe were the so called Kara-Kazar tribe. According to some sources the Kara tribe settled down in Transylvania.
Karaton was the son of a Hunnic prince, Balambér and after the death of Balambér he became one of the chiefs of the tribe of the broken Hunnic tribe-alliance in 409. He was the brother of Uldin. The name means sunlight, sun ray (in Hungarian: "napfény, napsugár").
The Kende male name derives from the old Hungarian gyula word. Under the system of dual leadership which the Magyars used in the 9th century, the two kings of the tribal confederation were the kende (or kündü) and the gyula.
The Kerecsen is a male name of ancient Hungarian origin. The name derives from the name of the national bird, Kerecsensólyom of the Magyars. The Kerecsen is a name of an ancient holiday of the Magyars which is on 21. December. The names means saker falcon (in Hunagrian: "kerecsensólyom").
The Keszi name is an ancient name of Hungarian origin. It was the name of one of the Conquestor Hungarian tribe. The Keszi is in the name of more Hungarian villages for example Budakeszi, Dunakeszi. It means part, piece.