|Subject:||Re: Was the nickname Kit used in elizabethan times(1558-1603) as a nickname for Katherine???|
|Author:||Daividh (guest, 184.108.40.206)|
|Date:||February 21, 2004 at 8:31:40 PM|
|Reply to:||Was the nickname Kit used in elizabethan times(1558-1603) as a nickname for Katherine??? by lorelei|
The only obvious use of "Kit" as a nickname in Elizabethan times was for "Christopher", most notably Christopher Marlowe (who may or may not have written some portion of Shakespeare's works, but in any case was a much more interesting character). Kit continued as a male nickname up into the 19th century (Christopher "Kit" Carson - explorer, Indian fighter, and native of our little hometown - being the primary example).
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