The baby name Carsten sounds a bit Nordic, like a name you'd hear from a Viking warrior, but it's actually the German version of Christian. While it's not a very common baby name in the United States now, its popularity is growing. We think that trend will continue as “C” and “K” names are hot right now. For some new parents, it may have special religious meaning or symbolism. Others may see it as part of the “surname as a given name” trend that's been super popular for a few years now.
Meaning of the name Carsten:
Origin of the name Carsten:
Carsten has two origins. In Greek, it may mean “anointed.” In German, it is thought of as another name for Christian.
Symbolism of the name Carsten:
The name Carsten has long been associated with Christianity and followers of Christ. For this reason, it may be important to parents of the Christian faith.
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Gender of the name Carsten:
Carsten is a boy's name.
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Emotion evoked from the name Carsten:
The baby name Carsten evokes images of someone who is strong and brave.
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Popularity of the name Carsten:
According to the Social Security Administration, Carsten has never been one of the top 1,000 baby names in the United States.
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Great middle names for Carsten and their meanings:
- Oliver (olive tree)
- Miles (soldier or merciful)
- Jude (praised)
- James (supplanter)
- Henry (ruler of the house)
- River (nature name)
- Wyatt (brave at war)
- Finn (fair or white)
- Rhett (advice)
- Thomas (twin)
Famous people with the name Carsten:
- Carsten Sabathia (baseball player)
- Carsten Niebuhr (explorer)
- Carsten Pohl (basketball coach)
- Carsten Jancker (soccer player)
- Carsten Nicolai (musician)
- Carsten Thomas Ball (tennis player)
- Carsten Norgaard (actor)
Carstens in popular culture:
- Carsten (character in the manga book series “Attack on Titan”)