The meaning of Kiska is 'pure,' which is prevalent in the Christian religion and is most often a feminine name. It derives from the Greek name, and it means 'clear,' 'clean,' and 'pure.' This name means 'purified,' 'clear of dirt,' and 'free from guilt or shame.' The United States Census Bureau listed the name as a surname with more than 100 occurrences in the survey, even though it is primarily given to girls. The surname was found in the census data from 2010. There is an island called Kiska, a 22 mi (35405.6 m) long island in the Rat Islands group of the Aleutian Islands of Alaska. Notable people with the last name Kiska include Andrej Kiska and Gerald Kiska. Andrej Kiska is the former president of Slovakia, an entrepreneur, a philanthropist, and a writer. Gerald Kiska founded the brand and design agency KISKA GmbH in 1990 after working for several design agencies in Austria and other countries worldwide. International brand and design agency KISKA has won awards for its work. The company's website states that KISKA improves enterprises by co-creating compelling brand experiences and injecting performance into products and services. They have a long-standing relationship with companies including Frauscher, Adidas, and CUBE.