Meaning & History
Scandinavian and Finnish form of CHRISTIAN, as well as a Bulgarian variant form.
VariantsChristian(Swedish) Christian, Karsten, Christen, Kristen(Norwegian) Carsten, Christian, Karsten, Kresten, Christen, Kristen(Danish) Kristiyan(Bulgarian)
Feminine FormsChristina, Christine, Kristina, Kristine(Swedish) Christina, Christine, Kristina, Kristine(Norwegian) Christina, Christine, Kirstine, Kristina, Kristine(Danish) Kristiina(Finnish) Hristina, Kristina(Bulgarian)
Other Languages & CulturesKristijan, Krsto(Croatian) Kristián(Czech) Christiaan, Chris(Dutch) Christian, Chris, Kris(English) Kristjan(Estonian) Christian(French) Christian(German) Krisztián(Hungarian) Kristján(Icelandic) Cristiano(Italian) Christianus(Late Roman) Krišjānis, Kristiāns, Krišs(Latvian) Kristijonas(Lithuanian) Carsten, Karsten(Low German) Hristijan, Kristijan(Macedonian) Krystian, Krystyn(Polish) Cristiano(Portuguese) Cristian, Cristi(Romanian) Kristijan, Krsto(Serbian) Kristián(Slovak) Kristijan, Kristjan(Slovene) Kito(Sorbian) Cristián, Cristian(Spanish)
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