Kurt

(from the article `Bulgaria`) The Bulgars were subdued by the Avars in the 6th century, but in 635 Khan Kubrat led a successful revolt and organized an independent tribal ... Unified under a single ruler, Kurt, or Kubrat (reigned c. 605–c. 642), the Bulgars constituted a powerful khanate known to the Byzantines as Great ... [2 r...
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Kurt

Kurt is a German boy name. The meaning of the name is `Bold, Wise Counselor` Where is it used? The name Kurt is mainly used In German.It is an abbreviated form of Koenraad, used In Dutch.How do they say it elsewhere? Curt ( In German and In English) Conrad ( In English and In German) See also In Spanish: Conrado In Polish: Kondrat In Italian: C...
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Kurt

Kurt is a female German 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).{cn|date=February 2014} ==People== ==Fictional characters== ...
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Kurt

[surname] Kurt is a Turkish surname literally meaning `wolf`. It may also be a Hungarian surname Kürt (`horn`) spelled without diactirics ...
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Kurt

[disambiguation] Kurt is a German-language masculine given name. ```Kurt may also refer to: ...
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