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Of Scottish origin: Anglicized form of two different Gaelic names, Cinaed and Cainnech. The former was the Gaelic name of Kenneth mac Alpin (d. 858), first king of the united Picts and Scots. The latter survives today in Scotland as the common Gaelic name Coinneach. Since early in the 20th century Kenneth has been in regular use and enjoyed great popularity as a given name well beyond the borders of Scotland.
29th in the U.S.

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Millions
of people in the U.S have this name
1,269,384
to be exact
Michigan
has the most people named Kenneth per capita
1951
marked the height of its popularity
0.13%
99.87%
44%
55+
41%
30-54
10%
13-29
6%
0-12

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