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The name comes from the name of Christ.
-- siquinelli  4/25/2005
Actually the name doesn't come from Jesus Christ's name, since Christ wasn't even part of his name. Christ was a title, Jesus' full name was either Jesus Ben'Joseph or Joshua Ben'Joseph.
-- Anonymous User  1/29/2008
I don't like Christian as a name for a person. I like Christopher, though.
-- Anonymous User  6/29/2005
Christian (played by Ewan McGregor) is one of the main characters on "Moulin Rouge". The heroine is called Satine, which is a wonderful name.
-- Mary-Rach  8/5/2005
I think the name Christian is adorable but we use the name Jebz or Jebus instead, it's less formal.
-- Jinx  9/20/2005
One of my good friends is named Christian, but she's a girl, so it CAN be a girl's name. She's an incredibly girly-girl at that too, but tough.
-- PeacieFreak13  10/16/2005
I think the name Christian is a nice name for a guy. If I have a son I want to call him Christian, but shorten it to Kit.
-- Anonymous User  10/27/2005
I really love this name for a boy, it's soft yet potentially masculine as well.
-- Arrows  11/22/2005
My son's name is Christian. I am not allowing it to be shortened at all. If I wanted to name him "Chris" I would have named him Christopher. I want his name to be "Christian". As another comment said, it is very soft (great for a baby/child) but can be very masculine as well (for as he is growing up). One of the main characters of NIP/TUCK is named Christian and I love it for a man.
-- pregodego2  11/26/2005
Christian is also sometimes used as a girls name.
-- lucky3teen  11/28/2005
The name "Christian" comes from the Greek "kristos", meaning "anointed one", and is older than Jesus Christ. It's not a Hebrew name.
-- cristian13  12/11/2005
Christian means "a follower of Christ." The first historical usage of this name dates back to the 1st century, in the book of Acts in the Bible.
-- cmagnell  12/26/2005
Greek name meaning the 'follower of Christ'.
-- sspartan777  1/5/2006
The term "Christ" means "anointed one." It comes from the Greek word "Christos." The name does indeed outdate Christianity. Contrary to popular belief, many themes of Christianity were stolen from previous belief systems. The word "Christian" did not even come into English use until 1526.
-- Anonymous User  1/22/2006
I like this name but only as a krees-TYAWN. English pronunciation has destroyed this name. :(
-- Anonymous User  1/30/2006
Actor Christian Slater is a famous bearer.
-- hana  2/7/2006
A lot of kings of Denmark bore this name. The son of Crown Prince Frederik and Mary Elizabeth Donaldson (Crown Princess Mary) bears this name also: Prince Christian Valdemar Henri John.
-- Anonymous User  2/10/2006
I love the spelling of the name Christian, but not the English pronunciation of it. My bother's name is Kristijan and we pronounce it KRIS-tee-yan.
-- AnonaBee  3/1/2006
This name has such a nice sound to it and it is very masculine, strong sounding yet gentle too.
-- Anonymous User  5/2/2006
I don't like the idea of naming children after a religion. Think of a child named 'Confucian', though technically, that is more of a philosophy than a religion; but you get my point. Besides, what if he decides to convert?
-- websurfer  5/30/2006
I have a son named Christian and he loves his name. Christian is not a religion in it self, it's a basic belief in God for all religions. And for the Gentleman who thinks that kids will someday convert their religion is crazy. As long as you instill the name of the lord in them, they will always be a follower. Whether he is Catholic, Lutheran, or Protestant, he will always be Christian.
-- Anonymous User  7/21/2006
To the above user who said once his name was Christian he would never convert is just ... urgh! Christian does not mean belief for any religion. Christianity and Islam spring from Judaism, and since I wanted to get a wide view of the world I have studied all 6 major world religions and I find them all similar, and therefore am not religous at all. I respect all religions and firmly believe that someone's name does not determine who they are, and Christian could one day convert. Christianity is not the only religion out there.
-- Anonymous User  1/22/2007
That's a really ridiculous statement, and even my own personal experience shows otherwise---I know a guy named Christian who is definitely not one. And being a Christian does not mean believing in any God, it literally means a follower of Christ, who is one particular God.
-- Anonymous User  5/27/2007
Christian Bale - the Welsh actor who plays Batman in the latest Batman film. Also starred in "New World", "Empire of the Sun", "Little Women" and "The Machinist".
-- emeraldstar  6/28/2006
Did the people who did this site fail to notice "Christ" in the name "Christian"?
-- monkiebaby  7/15/2006
Though I cannot claim to speak for the maker of this site, I'd like to point out that the meaning of the name Christian comes from one who is a Christian. That term may come from the name Christ, but it's not the etymology of the name, which is what this site is about.
-- jc  7/25/2006
This is my husband's name. He hated it in school because teachers and other people would call him Kristin. It would make him so mad that people would not know how to pronounce his name. It is a religon. What is so hard about that?
-- Paiges mommy  9/10/2006
This name is kind of strange. After all, you don't name your child Muslim or Buddhist.
-- Anonymous User  9/21/2006
Maybe, but it's been used as a name since the middle ages and maybe other religions, in their languages, had names that blatant at one point, perhaps. Not to mention there are millions of Muslims named after Muhammad, which is the most common name in the world now, and every culture has a way of invoking their religion into their names.
-- Anonymous User  6/1/2007
I love the name Christian. The name has a nice sound to it.
-- Anonymous User  10/11/2006
Listen to the German pronunciation of Christian here:
http://www.nordicnames.de/Aussprache.html
-- _satu_  10/24/2006
This is a beautiful name! It's so elegant and wonderful.
-- bellaboo  10/24/2006
Christian Dior (January 21, 1905 – October 24, 1957), was an influential French fashion designer. He was born in Granville, Manche, Normandy, France.
-- sweetbabe  12/18/2006
My cousin's name is Christian. She is a girl. I know a few boys with that name, and I like it better on boys. In German, Christian doesn't mean "christian" (well, not literally, like in English). It is pronouced "KRIS-tee-ahn".
-- swisssugar  12/21/2006
I love the name Christian, I think it's classic. :)
-- Tito82  1/14/2007
Christian is a very nice name. It sounds nice and in my opinion has great meaning.
-- EgYpTiAn PrInCeSs  1/17/2007
This is such a nice name! Very strong and handsome.
-- Anonymous User  2/24/2007
In my family Christian is used very frequently, although as a feminine name. My great-grandmother's name was Ivy Christian, my aunt and my cousin bear Christian as a middle name. My second cousin's name is Ivy Christian, but she changed it legally when she was 18 to Christine Ivy.
-- Caitie Berrylips  3/6/2007
Christian Bush is the male singer of the country music group Sugarland. He is also related to the family whose name is shared with Bush's baked beans.
-- Missy  3/17/2007
Christian is the name of the pilgrim in John Bunyan's book, "Pilgrim's Progress." He makes his way to the heavenly city of Zion even though he endures many struggles along the way.
-- breakofday  4/19/2007
I hate, hate, hate the name Christian. Why would people want to name their children after a religion that promotes cruel behavior toward people who are not Christians? But again I hate names such as Grace, Faith, Hope, Joy, and Mercy.
-- violetagate  7/7/2007
You're thinking of Christian fanatics who pervert the religion to persecute others. That's like judging all Islamics by the Islamic Extremists ie Taliban, etc. It's not accurate and also racist (for lack of a word that is equal to racism when applied to religion).
-- VictoriaCalledTori  7/8/2007
I have to agree with Tori on this one, I'm not Christian but a comment like that is just like saying "all white people owned slaves" it is totally untrue and out-of-bounds. At the same time though I can agree that almost every branch of christianity have had their hands dirty at one time or another.
-- Anonymous User  7/15/2007
It doesn't mean that it makes Christian a better name. I also think it's terrible to give a person a name that is pretty much a title. Would you name your kid Democrat, Pro-Lifer, Madonna-Wannabe, Lesbian, Brad-Pitt-Hater, or something like that? Even the name itself is a crappy name in my opinion.
-- violetagate  11/4/2007
One of the youngest members of the Danish Royal Family, the first born of the crown prince couple, is named Christian (full name: HRH Christian Valdemar Henri John). He is to become the 11th King Christian of Denmark.

http://kongehuset.dk/publish.php?dogtag=k_en_fam_chr
-- Unna  7/28/2007
Famous bearer (sort of): Christian Coulson, British actor who played Tom Riddle in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
-- Laya  8/21/2007
The only person I've known named Christian was a girl from Germany, but she pronounces it "KRIS-tee-ahn". To me, that's a better pronouciation than "KRIS-chen".
-- joanie2007  8/29/2007
I love the name Christian for a boy. It will only be a boys name to me forever. I think Christina is more for a girl and Christian is for a boy. And for those of you who don't like the name Christian due to it being a religion, well who cares? That is my religion so it only makes sense to name my son that don't ya think? Anyways, if he doesn't want to be a Christian religiously he can go by Chris, can't he? But I think it is the religion that makes this name even better. I understand that Christian is older then Christ and that is why the name was bestowed upon him because of the "Anointed One". Because his name really was just Jesus of Nazareth, until they discovered he was the anointed one, then he became Jesus Christ. See the name really outdates the religion. So the name is quite older then most people know. What a precious name. I can see why it gained such popularity. But that is great, that shows that more people like the name then don't like the name. So I guess there are more people on my side who love the name Christian. And for those of you who don't well I am sorry but there are less people on your side. Sorry statistics agree with me.
-- Anonymous User  9/5/2007
I have named my son Krystian, and even though it's spelt the Polish way I love it! So far everyone who has heard his name loves it too, and can't believe how different it is compared to the more popular names lately. All I have to say is, those who say English pronuncication has ruined the name by saying Kris-chan, well, I don't pronounce my son's name that way, and I'm English! I always make sure people pronounce it Krys-ti-an, and I get very cross if people don't, and always make sure they are corrected. I don't shorten it either. Make the most of every syllable. I love it love it love it!
-- Anonymous User  9/20/2007
I like the sound of this name but I would never use it for my son because I feel that to do so would be tantamount to announcing to the world that I am a Christian, when in fact I am not. The same goes for the name Faith, which I also happen to like. But impossible to use for an agnostic!
-- queenv  9/23/2007
I love this name! And to all those who say it’s horrible and only religious fanatics used it I strongly disagree. I am writing a romance, the hero is named Christian and I would consider this for a child.
-- littlescarlett  10/20/2007
The German pronunciation of the name Christian is KRIS-tyahn.
-- Swiff  12/1/2007
This name is very common in Scandinavia, pronounced Kris-tee-jahn. I have about 12 friends who are called either Christian or Kristian.
-- Anonymous User  1/2/2008
I know a girl Christian Grace, so really, the name can go either way. Almost every name can now. Like Logan for instance, it's a girl's name too, as is Christian.
-- Patricia Underwood  2/3/2008
My husband's name is Christian and I really like the name. Some people have said that it could be a girl's name but I think it's hard for it to sound feminine once you know a man with the name. Oh yeah and Jane's brother in Eastenders is called Christian.
-- yvettephilpott  3/9/2008
Historically Christian was used as a feminine name in Scotland, not masculine.
-- Anonymous User  4/8/2008
I much prefer Christian on a girl. I dislike how they say it's a "boy's" name when in fact WOMEN AND MEN are both Christians not just men.
-- tigerlilly  4/19/2008
This name sounds quite normal and dull in Europe and is overused in European countries. In English-speaking countries, especially in America, this name sounds a bit weird, and a bit too much like a blatant statement that goes a little smething like this: ''We are Christians, my son will be a good Christian, and we want the world to know it! Take that, you secularists, atheists, gays, and lesbians! We're proud, and won't be brough down!'', like they believe people are actually persecuting them. I would be a little suspicious of people who pick this name, as that is the assumption that comes to mind with American people.
-- slight night shiver  5/18/2008
I like this name for a girl, too. But it works for a boy as well. This name was number 22 for boys in 2005.
-- Patricia Underwood  7/10/2008
A fashion designer named Christian Siriano won the 4th Season of "Project Runway". He was the youngest ever to win, and he was also voted fan favorite by viewers. Fierce!
-- Juzou Shades  7/14/2008
In the encyclopedia of names Christian means "follower or lover of Christ." Now, it should not matter to non-Christians if this is true or not. If you like the name, that's great, it can just be a name!
-- anatobloom  8/15/2008
I don't know why but this name just comes off as girly to me.
-- sixblackroses  9/13/2008
I really hate this name. This has to be on my names blacklist. It's just plain idiotic and uncreative! If I were forced to use this name (and there would have to be a lot of force involved), I would use it as a feminine name before a masculine one.
-- Ouaie  11/30/2008
This name is not strictly masculine. It has been used on girls at least as far back as the 1500s. Back then it was very common for girls and hardly used for boys.

I think this name is better suited as a girls name. I always thought it sounded rather feminine.
-- Anonymous User  12/28/2008
Christian and the feminine version Christianna are among my favourites. I kinda dislike Christian though because of the word Christian. It is a very wonderful name, but I still wouldn't use it because of the word.
-- Anonymous User  1/2/2009
Christian "Chris" Pohl is a major player in the German alternative music scene, owner of Fearsection, a record company and mastermind of the bands: Blutengel, Terminal Choice, Tumor, Miss Construction, & Seelenkrank.
-- upon_her_eyes  1/27/2009
My big brother's name, and I know a lot of girls with this name, too, but I like it A LOT better on a girl for some reason. On a guy, it's cute until he's thirty.
-- Makenna14  4/28/2009
It was his last name, but Fletcher Christian was the name of the head mutineer on the Mutiny on the Bounty.
-- Sophannagh  5/3/2009
It's a handsome name and all, but what if the kid turns out to be an Atheist?
-- emmiix3  5/12/2009
I like this name for a boy. It's strong and masculine yet soft and gentle. And just because your name is Christian doesn't mean you have to be one. That's like saying if someone's name is Joy that means they are happy all the time. That is totally not true.
-- kool_babe14  5/19/2009
Christian (Hejnal) Addams, lead guitarist and backup singer of the indie-experimental band Scarling. He and his wife, Jessicka (Fodera), took the last name Addams after marrying in honor of the Addams family.
-- Kerules  5/26/2009
Christian is the name of one of the characters featured in Green Day's new album 21st Century Breakdown.
-- x__isa  5/28/2009
I know a boy called Christian, but he changed it to Kristian because he got teased and people immediately got the wrong impression of him. Neither he nor his family are religious and they just like the sound of the name. I think it has a nice ring to it (they pronounce it KRIS-tyan).
-- Polly.C  5/31/2009
Christian is my last name. People pronounce it different all the time. It's really (chrish-chen) like in the bible, but there's some people who pronounce it as (christy-anne). It's been happening for so many years that I don't even bother correcting people anymore. Say it how they want.
-- Anonymous User  6/10/2009
It is a lovely name for a girl more than it is a boy. I would rather prefer the name Christian (spelled the same way) as a girl name, however.
-- savannaha1207  6/27/2009
Actually the name Christ was given to Jesus by followers who believed he was the Messiah (which he is!) and Christ means Messiah. The name Christian developed along when Christianity became the top religion in Europe.
-- savannaha1207  6/27/2009
Come on. It's not the same as naming your kid 'Jew' or something, because Christian is long established as a name. The thing is, every name originally meant literally what it means! Christian just happens to STILL coincide with the English word of the same meaning. It's really no different than naming your child John or James in that sense. Once you go back, it meant something literally in some language. So it's no different than any other name meaning. Now, whether you want that to be your meaning is another matter, but most people seem to disregard meaning in favour of sound these days.
-- Anonymous User  7/20/2009
Christian Clemenson is an American actor.
-- Kosta  9/24/2009
I don't get all of the hate for this name. I'm a Christian, and I believe in God, so I don't find anything wrong with this name. It's an old, well-established name, not some modern garbage. Christian may be too common in itself, but I like it way better than the grossly overused Christopher.
-- bananarama  11/3/2009
Jodie Foster's birth name is Alicia Christian Foster.
-- Katya_4_Ever  11/25/2009
My oldest SISTER is named Christian. So this name isn't just for boys. I think it sounds nice for a girl too. My sister goes by Christi though because she's been mistaken for a guy before haha.
-- Anonymous User  2/28/2010
Johann Christian Bach, Bach's youngest son and a great composer in his own right usually referred to as the London Bach because he lived in that city.
-- Anton  3/10/2010
If you're Christian, please don't name your kid this! They might decide to switch religions and you'll have stranded them with a name that will confuse their Sikh or Hindu or whatever friends. Anyway, it's a little cruel to literally force-feed a child your religion. Let them decide! It is in the Human Rights Act that a child is allowed to chose and practice their religion as long as it doesn't affect anyone else.
However, considering I follow Buddhist beliefs (There are no gods or deities to worship, Buddha is a teacher, and I won't eat or harm anything with a face) maybe I don't understand. But still, think about it.
-- Anonymous User  5/5/2010
Why is naming a child 'Christian' more accepted than naming a child "Jew"? The latter is a much more vague sound and sounds similar to as many real names as the former. Both are subjective titles; that doesn't change just because Christian has been used longer.
-- bathos  5/31/2010
My oldest SISTER'S name is Christian. And yes, my family is Christian obviously. Everyone calls her Christi, which I would suggest if you're going to name your baby girl Christian.
-- GothicScarlett  7/7/2010
What if little Christian becomes an atheist, or any other religion for that matter? That being said, I think it sounds pretty nice, but I wouldn't use it.
-- Chrila96  9/11/2010
I think Christian's a lovely name for a boy. But I won't use it because there's the possibility of him being... well, not a Christian.
-- Chrila96  11/2/2010
My son is named Christian in honor of the first Dolloff to come to the Americas in the 17th century. It has proven an excellent choice as the short version Chris is easy to use and pronounce without being so common that it overlaps with others with the same first name, although he is not infrequently mislabeled Christopher (he does not seem to mind).
-- Phil_Dolliff  1/9/2011
I like this name a lot "even though" I'm a complete atheist. I think most people like (or dislike) the sound of names and don't think too much, if anything, about what they "really" mean. For example, how many people who name their sons "Calvin" think about the fact that it comes from a root meaning "bald."
-- Anonymous User  4/5/2011
I like this name for a boy, even though I am an atheist, so I'd probably never use it.

Also, I think naming a girl Christian is a bad idea, it doesn't sound like a girl name at all and the meaning is gender neutral.
-- FlakyMatt  5/22/2011
What if s/he converts? That'd call for a change of name. You can't ignore the fact that it's the name of a religion, even if you try. I'm an atheist who believes in religious freedom, so I think it's kind of cruel if you name a kid this with the hopes that s/he'll believe in God. I think it has a nice sound to it, though.
-- Anonymous User  8/6/2011
I love the name Christian yet I am not very religious. I think it's an acceptable name no matter what religion or lack of one.
-- JaciGia  8/8/2011
Christian Bérard (1902-1949) was a French designer, painter and draughtsman. He mad designs for several of his plays and three of his films, most famously Beauty and the Beast (1946).
-- Anonymous User  9/12/2011
Bridget Bishop, a victim ("witch") of the salem witch trials, had a daughter named Christian.
-- Meapergirl  10/23/2011
My opinion of the name is weird in that although I feel the name is masculine, I'd prefer it on a girl. It is just an English word, and English words don't have genders. Christian Faith would be a funny girl's name (like The Christian Faith).
-- Meapergirl  12/14/2011
Christian was the son of King Hans of Denmark and his wife Christina. He later became King Christian II of Denmark.
-- CarolinW  6/13/2012
Christian was the oldest son of King Frederik I of Denmark and his wife Anna. He later became King Christian III of Denmark.
-- CarolinW  6/13/2012
Christian (1745-1747) was the son of King Frederik V of Denmark and his wife Louise of Great Britain.

Christian (1749-1808) was also the name of another son of King Frederik V of Denmark and his wife Louise of Great Britain. He later became King Christian VII of Denmark.
-- CarolinW  6/19/2012
Christian (1560-1591) was the son of Augustus, Elector of Saxony and his wife Anna of Denmark. He later followed his father as Christian I.
-- CarolinW  6/21/2012
Christian (1615-1691) was the son of John George I, Elector of Saxony and his wife Sibylle.
-- CarolinW  7/18/2012
Christian (1603-1647) was the son of King Christian IV of Denmark and his wife Anna.
-- CarolinW  7/20/2012
Christian was the name of two sons of King Frederik IV of Denmark and his first wife Luise.
1. Christian (1697-1698) died young
2. Christian (1699-1746) later became King Christian VI
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
Christian (1646-1699) was the son of King Frederik III of Denmark and his wife Sophie. He later became King Christian V.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
Christian (1577-1648) was the son of King Frederik II of Denmark and his wife Sophie. He later became King Christian IV.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
Christian (1583-1611) was the son of Christian I, Elector of Saxony and his wife Sophie.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
Christian (1612-1612) was the son of John George I, Elector of Saxony and his wife Magdalene.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
Christian (1672-1673) was the son of King Christian V of Denmark and his wife Charlotte. He died young. His younger brother (1675-1695) had the same name.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
Christian (1677-1734) was the son of Frederick William, Elector of Brandenburg and his second wife Sophie.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
Christian was the name of two sons of King Frederik VI of Denmark and his wife Marie Sophie.
1. Christian (1791-1791)
2. Christian (1797-1797).
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
Christian (1807-1807) was the son of King Christian VIII of Denmark and his wife Charlotte.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
Christian (1870-1947) was the son of King Frederik VIII of Denmark and his wife Louisa.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
I'm in love with a man who's name is Christian and have since fallen in love with his name, too. This is my favourite male name. It is for a beautiful, handsome, gracious yet masculine gentleman who is sure of himself. Christian is both soft and strong while still being masculine. I personally don't relate it to religion at all but I can understand how some might.
-- Anonymous User  9/7/2012
Naming your child Christian just seems to me like tacking a label on them before they even get a chance to develop personal beliefs. You wouldn't name your kid Republican or Atheist, would you?
-- mrose19  1/22/2013
It would be really funny if Christian turned out to be an atheist.
-- Anonymous User  2/23/2013
Christian Grey, the character in the infamous book Fifty Shades of Grey.
-- thesnowwhiterose  4/5/2013
Its an ok name, but the more you think about it the weirder it is that we use a religion as a name. I just think maybe its best not to use the name, in case he ends up following a religion other than Christianity.
-- Anonymous User  5/29/2013
I've never heard the name Christian as a girls name in Germany! Not in 30 years! Girls are usually called Christine, Christina, Christiane and Christin but not the male form Christian. Apart from that, I don't like this name, it doesn't sound nice to my ears. In my opinion, the most biblical names don't sound nice. And I also think it's odd to name a child after someone who follows a religion. In the end, if the name bearer decides to become member of a different religion or an atheist, he won't be too happy with this name!
-- ms. c  6/12/2013
I absolutely love this name! It is a name I have picked for a son someday. I have never met a Christian. The only downside to this name is Christian Grey...
-- DestinedAuthor  7/24/2013
Christian Mazzalai is a guitarist for the French indie-pop band Phoenix.
-- Oohvintage  8/9/2013
Forget the fact that you'd be giving your son a name that's also his religion, am I the only person that finds this name really boring?
-- Anonymous User  8/29/2013
This name literally means "A Christian" Are you kidding me? This has got to be the most unoriginal name on the freaking planet.
-- Anonymous User  11/9/2013
Christian Haller is an Olympic snowboarder from Switzerland.
-- Dragostea  9/14/2014
Christian Finnegan is an American stand-up comedian. In spite of his first name, his style of comedy is extremely irreverent and pretty vulgar, but hilarious nonetheless!
-- lichnost  11/9/2014
To me, it always seemed that parents who name a son Christian are trying too hard to prove to the world (or to themselves?) that they're Christians. It's just not a very subtle name, and of course it's awkward if the child grows up to practice a non-Christian religion such as Judaism, Buddhism, Islam, etc. It also seems a bit funny when you consider that Jewish parents would never name their son Jew, Buddhist parents would never name their son Buddhist, and so on. Choosing this name just seems like a holier-than-thou ploy on the part of the parents at their child's expense, and it implies that they don't want their son to think for himself and possibly (horrors!) choose to follow a different religion or no religion.
-- Anonymous User  11/11/2014
The name CHRISTIAN is an anagram of TRICHINAS, which are parasitic worms often found in uncooked pork. When trichinas infect humans, they cause the disease trichinosis, whose symptoms are abdominal pains, fatigue, fever, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
-- Anonymous User  11/11/2014
Christian Kane is an American actor who starred in the TV series "Leverage" and had a recurring role in the TV series "Angel."
-- Anonymous User  11/11/2014
"King Christian stood by the lofty mast" is the national anthem of Denmark. It refers to King Christian IV, the Danish king with the longest reign.
-- lucky777  12/21/2014

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