In Hawaiian, Kai means ocean or great water.In Latin, Kai is rooted in the word Gaius, which means earth.In Welsh and Scottish, Kai means "Keeper of the Keys", after Sir Kay, from King Aurthur's Knights of the Round Table.In Persian, Kai is an epithet meaning King, i.e., Kai Kavus. So Kai Alexander could be interpretted (although this was the not the intent) as King Alexander.In the Maori language, kai means "food", such a fitting term given how much he eats!
in japaneese it means river
may have creative, artistic and musical abilities.
Kai means ocean in hawian
Kai means ocean in Hawaiin
Means victory in Chinese
It means Fire in Celtic, The Key in Welsh, and Willow tree in Navajo Indian