A male child is typically given the seven-letter name Kajetan, which comes from Latin origin and has Italian roots.
The meaning of Kajetan is 'inhabitants or residents of Gaeta'.
Cāiētānus, the root name of Kajetan, is the Latin word for the name.
The name is more frequently found as a first name than as a family name.
Kajetan is a name that is frequently found among European Catholic Christians.
According to an old myth, this name was inspired by the location of Caieta, Aeneas' nurse's grave.
The myth is not very clear, but from all indications, it can be said with certainty that the name is related to Saint Gaetano Dei Conti di Thiene
who was born into royalty in 1480 as his father was the Lord of Thiene and known for founding hospitals to treat incurable diseases. Other notable figures named Kajetan include Polish footballer Kajetan Szmyt, Polish sprinter Kajetan Duszyński, Slovene poet Kajetan Kovič, and Polish novelist Kajetan Abgarowicz.