Kurt is a given name. Its principal English variant is Curt, while others include Cord, Curd, and Kort. It originated as a short form of Curtis, Konrad (Conrad), and Kunibert.
Its name days are November 12 (Sweden), November 26 (Norway) and September 13 (Australia).
People called Kurt include:
- Kurt Angle (born 1968), American wrestler
- Kurt Beck (born 1949), German politician
- Kurt Biedenkopf (born 1930), German politician
- Kurt Browning (born 1966), Canadian figure-skater
- Kurt Busch (born 1978), American NASCAR Driver
- Kurt Cobain (1967-1994), American musician, member of the band Nirvana
- Kurt Epstein (1904-75), Czechoslovakian Olympic water polo player
- Kurt Gödel (1906-1978), German mathematician
- Kurt Hahn (1886-1974), German educator, creator of Outward Bound
- Kurt Hensel (1861-1941), German mathematician
- Kurt James (born 1972), American musician
- Kurt Jara (born 1950), Austrian football player and coach
- Curd Jürgens (1915-1982), German-Austrian actor
- Kurt Georg Kiesinger (1904–1988), German politician, Chancellor of West Germany 1966-1969
- Kurt Krakowian (born 1964), Child actor
- Kurt Krenn (born 1936), Austrian bishop
- Kurt (Kubrat) (632–665 AD), Bulgar statesman
- Kurt Lamm (1919–87), German-born American soccer player, coach, manager, and administrator
- Kurt Loder (born 1945), American media correspondent
- Kurt Masur (born 1927), German conductor
- Kurt Nilsen (born 1978), Norwegian singer
- Kurt Russell (born 1951), American actor
- Curt Schilling (born 1966), American baseball player
- Kurt von Schleicher (1882-1934), German general and politician, Chancellor of Germany 1932-1933
- Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948), German painter
- Kurt Sinette (born 1974), Trinidad and Tobago boxer
- Curt Smith (born 1961), British musician, member of Tears for Fears
- Curt Stone (born 1922), American long-distance runner
- Kurt Student (1890-1978), German air force general
- Kurt Suzuki (born 1983), American baseball player
- Kurt Tucholsky (1890-1935), German journalist
- Kurt Vonnegut (1922-2007), American writer
- Kurt Voss (born 1963), American film director
- Kurt Waldheim (1918-2007), Austrian politician, UN Secretary General 1972-1981, convicted Nazi war criminal.
- Kurt Warburton, English mixed martial arts fighter
- Kurt Warner (born 1971), American football player
- Kurt Weill (1900-1950), German-American composer
- Kurt Westergaard (born 1935), Danish cartoonist
- Kurt Wolff (1887-1963), German publisher
- Kurt Wubben (born 1972), Dutch marathon ice speed skater
- Kurt (Kubrat), 7th century Khan of Bulgars
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