KIT
GENDER: Masculine & Feminine
USAGE: English
PRONOUNCED: KIT   [key]
Meaning & History
Diminutive of CHRISTOPHER or KATHERINE. A notable bearer was Kit Carson (1809-1868), an American frontiersman and explorer.
Related Names
OTHER LANGUAGES: Hristo, Katerina (Bulgarian), Ina, Kata, Kate, Katica, Tina, Krsto (Croatian), Katka (Czech), Katja, Kris, Trine, Caja, Ina, Kaja, Karen, Karin, Karina (Danish), Cato, Ina, Katinka, Katja, Rina, Tina, Trijntje, Karin, Tineke (Dutch), Kaisa, Kati, Riina, Triinu (Estonian), Kaija, Kaisa, Kata, Kati, Katri, Riina, Risto, Kaarina, Karin (Finnish), Eka (Georgian), Cathrin, Catrin, Ina, Käthe, Kathrin, Katinka, Katja, Karen, Karin, Karina (German), Kalena (Hawaiian), Kata, Katalinka, Kati, Kató, Kitti (Hungarian), Cáit, Ríona (Irish), Rina (Italian), Katrė (Lithuanian), Hristo, Risto (Macedonian), Kari, Katja, Ina, Kaia, Kaja, Karen, Karin, Karina, Karine (Norwegian), Kasia, Krzyś, Krzysiek, Karina (Polish), Cátia (Portuguese), Katenka, Katerina, Katia, Katya, Karina (Russian), Katka (Slovak), Katica, Katja (Slovene), Cajsa, Kai, Kajsa, Katja, Carin, Carina, Ina, Kaj, Kaja, Karin, Karina (Swedish), Cadi (Welsh)
Popularity
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