Hard one...how to get Kitt without using Christopher...

(79 Posts)
FriggFRIGG Fri 15-Mar-13 12:39:34

Or Christian etc...
There must be a long name with a 'kit' beginning middle or ending.
But I can't find one.
I like unusual names,Cornish,old English,old Norse,Celtic,or just underused Names. (I don't want an 1980's name though wink )

It may have to be a rather a tenuous connection.
If anyone can find one,it'll be you lot. thanks

OzmaofOz Fri 15-Mar-13 12:41:27

Cant you just use Kitt?

Beehatch Fri 15-Mar-13 12:47:43

Kitten? wink

MamaBlue4 Fri 15-Mar-13 12:48:57

Erm...
Carter
Cartsen (German form of Christian)
Carson... maybe

I have a friend called Kitcher and he is known as Kit.

Liskey Fri 15-Mar-13 12:50:23

Nikita is apparently a unisex name - Russian meaning "undefeated"

http://www.babynames.co.uk/meaning_origin_name_Nikita.htm

LizaRose Fri 15-Mar-13 12:50:30

I know a child called Kit, that is his full name not an abbreviation.

Kitt is a fabulous name. I do not have anything constructive to add, just wanted top say that!

FriggFRIGG Fri 15-Mar-13 12:50:48

Kitcher..... interesting

Liskey Fri 15-Mar-13 12:50:55

Nikita is apparently a unisex name - Russian meaning "undefeated"

www.babynames.co.uk/meaning_origin_name_Nikita.htm

Fail on link converter there!

ChocsAwayInMyGob Fri 15-Mar-13 12:52:04

Kitson? Kitharas? Idenitkit?

Bonsoir Fri 15-Mar-13 12:52:08

Kitt instantly makes me think of Hello Kitty.

FriggFRIGG Fri 15-Mar-13 12:55:08

Kitt,is brilliant isn't it.
i love it.

But,I'd just quite like a full name...

FriggFRIGG Fri 15-Mar-13 12:56:36

Identikit! Brilliant.

Well that's that then.

baby Identikit.
Perfeck.

Arithmeticulous Fri 15-Mar-13 13:02:59

Beckett?

Eskino Fri 15-Mar-13 13:06:14

Beckett could be Kit, and Beck is a great nn too.

Eskino Fri 15-Mar-13 13:07:12

High5 , Arithmeticulous!

Ughfootballseason Fri 15-Mar-13 13:13:02

Kester a (Scottish?) variant of Christopher.

TheSecondComing Fri 15-Mar-13 13:13:27

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

FriggFRIGG Fri 15-Mar-13 13:17:31

Hmm,maybe it could be okay....the middle names are quite long and very boring traditional....and it does 'fit' with the other DC names.

Okay,I'm putting it down on my list,simply as Kitt grin

Glaikit Fri 15-Mar-13 13:19:06

I work with a Kitson

kitsmummy Fri 15-Mar-13 13:22:51

It's not a MN phenomena, Kit really is a shortened version of Christopher!!!

But that aside, I have a Kit, just Kit, it's a fab name on its own smile

Ps, are you sure about the double "t"?

TalkativeJim Fri 15-Mar-13 13:26:14

Felix

OhBuggerandArse Fri 15-Mar-13 13:30:43

But if you like Cornish names you can have Kitto! Proper job!

ChocsAwayInMyGob Fri 15-Mar-13 13:31:11

Phwoooarrr who mentioned Morten Harket?. ((thud))

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