Comments for the name Trista


Comments for TRISTA:

I think this name is better for a girl than Tristan.
-- Anonymous User  6/13/2006
In the English verison of Sailor Moon, Sailor Pluto is named Trista!
-- Hailey2006  7/7/2006
"Trista" is the Spanish feminine adjective for "sad."
-- ADT  7/13/2006
Actually in Spanish the adjective is "triste" whether the noun is masculine or feminine. "Trista" is not a word in Spanish.
-- kirluci  10/30/2008
I find this name really cool and pretty, and I'll give the people naming their daughters Trista credit for using this feminine form of the name instead of Tristan, as there are parents who name their daughters Tristan, and I don't like that. It's just that the name might begin to sound dull and lose its egde and glamour factor if it becomes overused. Just don't move to Sweden if you name your daughter this, as the word 'trist' is a word for dreary, boring, miserable things.
-- slight night shiver  5/11/2008
This name is really growing on me. I actually like it now. It's a million times better than Tristan is for a girl.
-- number1212  7/7/2009
I'd like this name more if it didn't remind me of the word "tryst"--usually synonymous with "rendezvous" or an arranged meeting in general, except tryst usually has sexual connotations.
-- Anonymous User  7/25/2010
I'm not a fan. I prefer Tristana or Tristessa.
-- Dawson  12/30/2010
Trista is a very pretty name. I like it because it is different.
-- Missy125  7/30/2011
The name Trista was given to 72 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/18/2013

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