Given Name KIT

GENDER: Masculine & Feminine
USAGE: English
PRONOUNCED: KIT   [details]

Meaning & History

Diminutive of CHRISTOPHER or KATHERINE. A notable bearer was Kit Carson (1809-1868), an American frontiersman and explorer.

Categories

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DIMINUTIVES: Katey, Katie, Katy, Kaety, Katee
OTHER LANGUAGES/CULTURES: Aikaterine (Ancient Greek), Katalin, Kattalin (Basque), Katsiaryna (Belarusian), Katarin, Katell (Breton), Ekaterina, Hristofor, Hristo, Katerina, Katia, Katya (Bulgarian), Caterina (Catalan), Katarina, Kata, Kate, Katica, Kristofor, Krsto, Tina (Croatian), Kateřina, Kryštof, Katka (Czech), Cathrine, Katarina, Kathrine, Katrine, Kristoffer, Caja, Christoffer, Ina, Kaja, Karen, Karin, Karina, Katharina, Katja, Kris, Trine (Danish), Catharina, Christoffel, Katelijn, Katelijne, Katrien, Katrijn, Katrina, Cato, Ina, Karin, Katinka, Katja, Rina, Rini, Riny, Tina, Tineke, Trijntje (Dutch), Kadri, Katariina, Katrin, Kaia, Kaisa, Kaja, Kati, Riina, Triinu (Estonian), Katariina, Katriina, Iina, Kaarina, Kaija, Kaisa, Karin, Kata, Kati, Katja, Katri, Riina, Risto (Finnish), Catherine, Christophe, Carine, Karine (French), Nienke, Nine, Nynke (Frisian), Catarina (Galician), Ekaterine, Eka (Georgian), Christoph, Katharina, Katherina, Katrin, Katrina, Cathrin, Catrin, Ina, Karen, Karin, Karina, Katarina, Katarine, Katharine, Käthe, Kathrin, Katinka, Katja (German), Aikaterini, Christoforos, Ekaterini, Katerina, Katina, Kaiti, Keti (Greek), Kakalina, Kalena (Hawaiian), Kateri (History), Katalin, Kristóf, Kata, Katalinka, Kati, Katica, Katinka, Kató, Kitti (Hungarian), Katrín, Karen (Icelandic), Caitlín, Caitlin, Caitríona, Cathleen, Catriona, Críostóir, Kathleen, Cáit, Caitria, Catrina, Christie, Christy, Ríona (Irish), Caterina, Cristoforo, Catia, Katia, Katiuscia, Rina (Italian), Christophoros (Late Greek), Christophorus, Katerina (Late Roman), Kristaps (Latvian), Ina (Limburgish), Kotryna, Kristupas, Katrė (Lithuanian), Ekaterina, Hristofor, Katerina, Katina, Hristo, Risto (Macedonian), Cateline (Medieval French), Cathrine, Katarina, Kathrine, Katrine, Kristoffer, Christoffer, Ina, Kaia, Kaja, Karen, Kari, Karin, Karina, Karine, Katharina, Katja (Norwegian), Catarina (Occitan), Katarzyna, Krzysztof, Karina, Kasia, Krzyś, Krzysiek (Polish), Catarina, Cristóvão, Cátia (Portuguese), Cătălina, Catina, Ecaterina (Romanian), Ekaterina, Jekaterina, Yekaterina, Karina, Katenka, Katerina, Katia, Katya, Katyusha (Russian), Caderina (Sardinian), Caitrìona, Catriona, Catrina, Christie, Christy (Scottish), Katarina (Serbian), Katarína, Krištof, Katka (Slovak), Katarina, Krištof, Kaja, Katica, Katja (Slovene), Catalina, Cristóbal, Lina (Spanish), Cathrine, Catrine, Katarina, Katrin, Katrina, Kristoffer, Cajsa, Carin, Carina, Catharina, Christoffer, Ina, Kai, Kaj, Kaja, Kajsa, Karin, Karina, Katharina, Katja (Swedish), Kateryna, Katia, Katya (Ukrainian), Catrin, Cadi (Welsh)