What do the Kardashian kids' names mean?
The Kardashian family tree grows taller every year, with momager Kris Jenner now boasting six children, four step-children (from Caitlyn Jenner's side) and six grandchildren – her latest, baby Dream Kardashian, was born to proud parents Blac Chyna and Rob in November 2016. But none of the Kardashians, or their partners, have picked especially common names for their youngsters. What do each of their chosen baby names mean? Let's find out… Mason Dash Disick Kourtney holds her first-born son Mason as she walks through the streets of downtown Manhattan in 2010 Birthday: December 14, 2009 Parents: Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick Mason was the first children born to the most famous Kardashian sisters, with mum Kourtney choosing not to pass on the family tradition of picking monikers beginning with 'K'. Mason comes from the French for stonemason – someone who builds using stone – and was first used in the Middle Ages. It's become the third most popular name in the US in 2016. Kourtney also gave Mason the middle name Dash as a shortened version of her own surname – and the name of the sisters' popular boutique chain, though Kourtney cleared up those rumours soon after he was born. "Dash is not for my clothing store, as some people have suggested online," she told Life & Style magazine in 2010. "That would be stupid. Dash is short for Kardashian, and it was my father's nickname." She added that Mason was the only name she liked when she was looking at baby names, and said it stuck with her throughout her pregnancy. "Right before he was born, I told my aunt we were thinking about going with that for a name. She told me that Mason means the same thing in English that Kardashian means in Armenian — stone worker. "Another aunt told me my great uncle used to use the name Mason when he made dinner reservations, because Kardashian was too long. When I heard that, I thought, Oh my god, it's meant to be." Penelope Scotland Disick Birthday: July 8, 2012 Parents: Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick Penelope means 'weaver' in Greek and was the name of the character in The Odyssey who waits patiently for 20 years for her husband to return from sea. It can be shortened to Penny, Nell, Nellie and Poppy, although her parents and aunts tend to call her 'P'. Her middle...Read the full article here