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Kirsten form a book I was studying is a female name. It means the annointed one or one of God.
-- GASJGIRL4LIFE  6/4/2005
Kirsten Larson is the original pioneer-era American Girl doll.
-- Eirena  7/18/2005
Kirsten is a pretty name. It seems though that most girls named Kirsten are brats when they're young. Hopefully the Kirsten I know will turn out pretty cool -- someday.
-- Anonymous User  8/4/2005
My sister's name and she pronounces it KER-stin.
-- Anonymous User  10/23/2005
In my experience, Kirsten is mispronounced quite often. Some people say "Keer-sten" while others say "Kur-sten." So it is very common for a Keer-sten to be called Kur-sten and vice versa. This can be slightly annoying, but I've learned to deal with it. Just as long as no one calls me Kristen (which also happens a lot, and is more annoying than the mispronunciation, because my name is clearly NOT Kristen!).
-- KirstenLeigh1  12/13/2005
Kirsten Dunst is a famous actress.
-- Anonymous User  12/13/2005
In Denmark Kirsten is pronounced as KIER-sten.
-- Charlie1977  1/15/2006
I think Kirsten is a very pretty name, not fadish which makes it even nicer.
-- Anonymous User  4/25/2006
A famous bearer of the name is Kelly Rowan's character, Kirsten Cohen, on The OC.
-- october_bay  5/5/2006
I think that the name Kirsten is quite harsh but it is femimine and can suit lots of people.
-- Anonymous User  8/10/2006
I knew of one Kirsten and she pronounced it KUR-stin. Then the other person I met one day her name was Kiersten and pronounced it Keer-sten.
-- Anonymous User  8/31/2006
Listen to the German pronunciation of Kirsten here:
http://www.nordicnames.de/Aussprache.html.
-- _satu_  9/3/2006
I like it pronounced KYER-sten.
-- flipflop1215  12/12/2006
Kirsten is the name that most women in Denmark have. Earlier it was almost overused.
-- elliebeth  1/27/2007
Love this name---and both pronunciations.
-- Sarah Elizabeth  2/3/2007
Name of the moment, I predict the next Jennifer. Shame really. Though personally I know know one Kirsten, and she is lovely. Hollwood names like Kirsten (Dunst) and Keira (Knightly) are rapidly growing in popularity.
-- Anonymous User  2/6/2007
Kirsten Flagstad (July 12, 1895-December 7, 1962) was a great 20th century Norwegian opera singer.
-- alberto  6/21/2007
In Norway, where this is also a common name, it can be pronounsed as KEER-sten or as SHEER-sten.
-- tori  6/26/2007
This is my name, and I don't really like it. Either I get compared to Kirsten Dunst, or my name gets mispronounced! [I pronounce it ker-sten, by the way.]
-- Anonymous User  10/1/2007
It's a pretty and cool name despite the meaning. It doesn't sound very nice with the KUR-sten pronunciation, though.
-- slight night shiver  4/26/2008
My name is Kirsten and it is numerously said wrong. A LOT of people say my name wrong like KEER-STEN or they call me Kristen! I feel very strongly against this. I love the name Kirsten though as it is not a common name. Well, I know three people in my whole entire school with the name Kirsten, and one of them is me! This name is not original and is femininely passionate and lovely!
-- Kirt_74  11/28/2008
Kirsten means "Little Follower of the Lord."
-- Kaiserina  12/29/2008
Kirsten Flagstaff was a famous Wagnorian Opera singer who died in 1962.
-- Kaiserina  12/29/2008
I wasn't sure whether I liked it or not at first but it's kind of grown on me. I prefer the pronunciation kur-sten.
-- Saffine Grace  1/5/2009
I think the Kier-sten pronunciation is much prettier. Kur-sten makes me think of "curse".
-- Anonymous User  1/26/2009
My dad is Danish and named me Kirsten and that side of the family pronounces it 'KYEER-sten' (the 'ky' sound like the 'cu' sound in 'cute' almost). Everyone else calls me 'kur-stin' or *cringe* 'kristen'. I prefer it said like kyeersten because I find it to be much less harsh & masculine sounding.
-- Anonymous User  11/6/2009
My name is Kirsten, and mine is a Danish name, pronounced Keersten. I hate being called 'kursten'. It sounds so ugly to me. I love my name though, it is fairly unique, and couldn't imagine being called anything else!
-- Kirsten  12/29/2009
I used to like this name, but every time I say the name it makes my throat hurt! It's almost like it's a tongue twister name!
-- lol_cool  2/24/2010
Years ago I knew a Kirsten who pronounced her name "Share-sten". I thought the name was beautiful and still do. So far on this site I only see one other person who mentions this pronunciation.
-- skycruiser  4/14/2011
I really like it, in any pronunciation. I hate that it's getting popular, and that it's so close to Kristin, but it's still a good, strong name for a girl.
-- Black_X  8/6/2011
My name is Kirsten. I introduce myself as 'CURSE-ten'. If I wanted to be called 'KERs-tin' My name would be Kierstin.
-- Cuss10  2/7/2012
I like this name pronounced both ways I guess, although I have to say I definitely prefer keer-sten. Its much prettier and classier than kur-sten... That kind of sounds like someone mispronouncing Kristen.
-- Anonymous User  1/19/2013
Sound: 5/10
Spelling: 8/10
Uniqueness: 7/10
Overall: 20/30
Result: Average
Just my opinion
~Peace.
-- Gio123  11/12/2013
Kirsten Flipkens is a famous tennis player from Belgium.
-- zwartadder  5/30/2014
I'm pretty sure this name is also Swedish, because the American Girl Doll who bears this name is Swedish. American Girl generally does their research and it seems unlikely that they'd pick a non-Swedish name for a Swedish character. I don't know for sure, so if any Swedes want to correct me, feel free.
-- kvpp88  10/13/2014

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