According to Norse mythology, Kari, the son of the giant Gymir, ruled the wind and air. In more modern times, Kari came to be a byname for someone with curly hair.
In Finland, Kari is a male name derived from the Greek Makarioswhich means Blessed and Happy. In Norway, Kari is a female name and the iminutive of Katharine, meaning pure.In Iceland, Kári is a male name meaning gust of wind; curly-haired.
In Norse mythology, Kari the son of the giant Gymir, ruled the wind and air. In more modern times, Kari came to be a byname for someone with curly hair.
Kari Name also appears in following Origin(s): Norse, Turkish, Norway, Swedish, German
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Meaning of Kari in Norse origin/culture for Boy name with history and fame details.