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Famous bearer of the name was Kurt Cobain, lead singer of Nirvana.
-- Anonymous User  3/6/2005
Kurt Cobain often spelled his name Kurdt. If I ever named my son Kurt (Kurdt), it would only be because of him.
-- dani_08  3/5/2006
Another famous bearer of this name is Kurt Vonnegut, the author of books such as "Slaughterhouse-Five" and "Cat's Cradle".
-- alexshmalex  8/11/2005
An elegant name, I think of Kurt(s) as being very serious but not a wet blanket. I imagine them having either a German or French accent. I don't think you can be American and be named Kurt, that could just be me. Another Kurt is Kurt Wagner, aka Nightcrawler of X-Men fame.
-- POP123  9/17/2005
Kurt also means "Wolf" in Turkish.
-- Ciarda  10/21/2005
This is a beautiful legit name, but for the next ten years at least, it will be connected with Kurt Cobain. This is not necessarily a bad thing but it is a little depressing.
-- Nava  12/6/2005
The younger of the two von Trapp boys in The Sound of Music was called Kurt.
-- Anonymous User  12/14/2005
Another famous bearer would be Canadian, 4 time world figure skating champion, Kurt Browning.
-- Anonymous User  1/1/2006
Actor Kurt Russell bears this name.
-- Charlie1977  2/28/2006
Kurt Angle won a gold medal for wrestling in the 1996 Olympics. Later, he signed with WWF/E and has won multiple championships, including the WWE and World Heavyweight titles.
-- Weirdo87  4/4/2006
Kurt was used as the name of the younger von Trapp son in the movie "The Sound of Music". Kurt's character represented the real younger son, who was named Werner.
-- Chrisell  7/26/2006
It's my brother's name! I chose it for him! Well I think Kurt is a cute name especially for a little charming boy! But it definitely doesn't suit a little devil.
-- emg  10/12/2006
Listen to the German pronunciation of Kurt here:
http://www.nordicnames.de/Aussprache.html
-- _satu_  10/24/2006
Also Kurt Wagner, also known as the Amazing Nightcrawler! My favorite of the X-Men by far.
-- dramaelf  12/12/2007
I would name my son Kurt after Kurt Vonnegut (famous author) or Kurt Cobain. I think this is a good name for a little boy or a man.
-- sabres3017  5/17/2008
This name is too heavily associated with Kurt Cobain to be used anymore.
-- bananarama  10/9/2008
I don't associate it with Kurt Cobain at all, it's definitely not the first thing I think of, and I'm pretty sure it's still usable.
-- silly_rabbit  12/4/2008
The name is beautiful, it sounds masculine yet delicate. It is strongly associated with Kurt Cobain and will be associated with him - parents should decide whether they like it or not. I personally think that to name children after talented and kind people is a good thing.
-- hurtreliefhurt  6/15/2009
My name is Kurt and I was named after a baseball player, "Dirty" Kurt Bevacqua who played for the KC Royals when my parents chose it.
-- kurtlugervern  11/23/2009
Kurt Hemmel from Glee! =)
-- CanadianChibi  4/5/2010
A fictional bearer of this name is Henning Mankell's brilliant Swedish detective Kurt Wallander.
-- Caledonia558  5/6/2010
I like this name, it's very masculine. Kurt Cobain isn't the first thing I think of when I hear this name.
-- Chrila96  10/2/2010
Kurt Calleja (Maltese singer) is a famous bearer :D.
-- AnastasiaE  10/14/2012
Kurt is the name of Chris Colfer's character in the television show Glee.
-- allibrooke1223  1/7/2013
The name Kurt was given to 107 baby boys born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/19/2013

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