Kurt: Meaning, Popularity, Origin of Baby Name Kurt
Origin of the name Kurt:
A pet form of the Germanic Konrad, a derived from the Old High German Kuonrat (wise counsel), a compound name composed of the elements kuon (bold, wise) and rat (counsel).
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My brother is named Kurt. He had trouble with people either (1) calling him Kirk or (2) wanting to call him Kurtis.
My name is Kurt Rencel. An friendly person but Short-tempered and Violent. My mother know that my birthday has an permanent rainy day because on my birth, there's a sudden rainy cloud then it sealed at me. So many people would call me 'Sephiroth'.-Zirukurt01
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Kurdt, Curt, Curtis, krut, krutsky, Kurty
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Kurt is a given name. Its principal English variant is Curt, while others include Cord, Curd, and Kort. It originated as a short form of Curtis, Konrad (Conrad), and Kunibert. Curt also means to be impolitely brief.
Its name days are November 12 (Sweden), November 26 (Norway) and September 13 (Australia).
Kurt also appears as a family name.
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Kurt Cobain, lead singer/guitarist of Nirvana.
Kurt Vonnegut writer
Kurt Russell, American film actor
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Kurt Hummel, a character on TV show "Glee"
Nightcrawler (Kurt Wagner), a fictional X-men character
Kurt Ambrose, a lieutenant commander of Halo: Ghosts of Onyx
Hallo! Kurt(Ohayou! Spank) is an anime created from Japan