Curtis is a common given name and surname of English origin derived from the Old French "curteis," which means 'polite, courteous, or well-bred.' It was brought to England (and subsequently, the rest of the Isles) via the Norman Conquest. This is evidence to suggest the name itself is a phonetic corruption of Curthose, the nickname ascribed to Robert II or also Curtmantle, the surname used by Henry II, the first of England's Plantagenet kings. It could also be a variation of the established medieval surname, Curthoys. Though it is unclear whether "Curtis" and "Curtiss" are directly related, the latter is also considered here for convenience.
Derived from the French curteis (courteous). Curtis was originally used as both a given name and a surname. In the Middle Ages, it was used to indicate an educated man.
a sweet s3exi person at first then a mean rear end bad boy that just wants to gently caress yh and leave
Curtis means lovey and hot
the loving best
pretty fine boy
A polite and smart
It is an old French name that means courteous, or well-mannered.