Chrysanthe
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I think this name is really pretty, my Dad's friend's daughter's name is Chrisanthy.
-- mum2bubba  10/31/2005
Pronounced kris-AN-thee.
-- VictoriaCalledTori  6/13/2007
Chrysanthe is a beautiful name, I hope to use this one day.
-- Anonymous User  7/17/2007
Chrysanthe is an ancient Greek name. It is made by two words: Chrysos + Anthos.
The first word stands for ''gold'' and the second for ''flower''. So, Chrysanthe actually means goldenflower.
-- piterpan1987  4/4/2008
I really enjoy this name. It sounds like the flower, and I like flower names, and it reminds me of the character Crysanthemum in the book by Kevin Henkes of that title. This is a very pretty name!
-- Wilted  8/2/2008
I think this is a wonderfully beautiful name; I think it's a shame it's not used more often in the English language. So, yes, a beautiful name, but a person who had this name would have to be extremely beautiful, otherwise the name would upstage the person. :)
-- walesgal92  12/26/2009
Beautiful. Chrysanthe reminds me of chrysanthemums, which I love.
-- Anonymous User  2/25/2010
My name is actually Chrysanthe, so when I read the information about my name, I was soo happy because rarely anybody knows anything about it.
-- ChrysantheNikolaidis  8/11/2015
A bit of a mouthful, but it's still a lovely name, especially since chrysanthemums are such beautiful flowers.
-- RoseTintsMyWorld  5/11/2016
Chrysanthe is a beautiful name.
I love its meaning and I like Ancient Greek names very much.
I'm a fan of floreal name!

But in this case I prefer the modern variant Chrysanthi.
It seems fresher and more youthful.
-- Felie  3/23/2017

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