Kuhn is a surname of German origin, derived from the Old German name Conrad. It may refer to the following people:

  • Abraham Kuhn (1838–1900), Alasatian otolaryngologist
  • Alvin Boyd Kuhn (1880–1963), American scholar of mythology and linguistics
  • Anke Kühn (born 1981), German field hockey player
  • Bradley M. Kuhn (born 1973), American free software activist
  • Bowie Kuhn (1926–2007), American Major League Baseball commissioner
  • Dieter Kühn (born 1956), East German association football player
  • Franz Kuhn (1884–1961), German lawyer and translator of Chinese novels
  • Franz Felix Adalbert Kuhn (1812–1881), German philologist and folklorist
  • Frédéric Kuhn (born 1968), French hammer thrower
  • Friedrich Adalbert Maximilian Kuhn (1842–1894), German botanist
  • Fritz Kuhn (born 1955), German Green Party politician
  • Fritz Julius Kuhn (1896–1951), leader of the German American Bund
  • Harold W. Kuhn (born 1925), American mathematician, 1980 John von Neumann Theory Prize winner, developer of Kuhn poker
  • Joachim Kühn (born 1944), German jazz pianist
  • John Kuhn (born 1982), American football player
  • Judy Kuhn (born 1958), American singer and actress, Tony Award winner
  • Köbi Kuhn (born 1943), head coach of the Switzerland national football team
  • Maggie Kuhn (1905–1995), American activist, founder of the Gray Panthers
  • Oskar Kuhn (1908–1990), German paleontologist
  • Peter Kuhn (1955–2009), American race car driver
  • Richard Kuhn (1900–1967), Austrian biochemist, winner of the 1938 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
  • Rick Kuhn (born 1955), Marxist economist and lecturer at the Australian National University
  • Robert Lawrence Kuhn (born 1944), American author, investment banker, China specialist and PBS host
  • Simone Kuhn (born 1980), Swiss beach volleyball player
  • Steve Kuhn (born 1938), American jazz pianist
  • Thomas Samuel Kuhn (1922–1996), American philosopher and historian of science, author of The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
  • Walt Kuhn (1877–1949), American painter

Other articles related to "kuhn":

Arizona Diamondbacks Minor League Players - Tyler Kuhn
... Tyler Kuhn Arizona Diamondbacks Utility player Born (1986-09-09) September 9, 1986 (age 26) Louisville, Kentucky Bats Left Throws Right Tyler Kuhn (born September 9, 1986 in Louisville, Kentucky) is a minor ... Kuhn was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 33rd round of the 2007 MLB Draft but did not sign ... Kuhn started his baseball career in 2008 at the Rookie level with the Great Falls Voyagers ...
Peter Kuhn
... Peter Kuhn (born April 14, 1955 in Chatham Borough, New Jersey- died June 25, 2009 in Stafford Township, New Jersey ) was an American race car driver ... After leaving the world of motor sports to focus on his family, Kuhn became a self-employed contractor ...
Scott Kuhn
... Scott Ryan Kuhn (born April 16, 1986 in Burlington, Kentucky) is an American football tight end who is currently a free agent ... Kuhn has also been a member of the Las Vegas Locomotives ...
Allan Kuhn - Playing Career - Lyngby Boldklub
... a Vejle player who had elbowed and knocked out several of Hasse Kuhn's teeth without any reprimand from the referee ... of new Lyngby manager Michael Schäfer, Kuhn eventually moved into the position of attacking midfielder, a hard-working player with good dribbling ... In the last game of the 1994–95 Superliga season in June 1995, Kuhn suffered a rash tackle by Danish international defender Jacob Laursen, resulting in a left knee injury with an anticipated one-year recovery time ...

Famous quotes containing the word kuhn:

    By the year 2020, the year of perfect vision, the old will outnumber the young.
    —Maggie Kuhn (b. 1905)

    Being sixty-five ... became a crossroads. We said, We have nothing to lose, so we can raise hell.
    —Maggie Kuhn (b. 1905)

    People who have had power, when they become powerless, are really tragic.... We just allow ourselves to be conditioned by a society so we become as important as we’re supposed to be.
    —Maggie Kuhn (b. 1905)