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Gender Masculine
Usage English
Pronounced Pron. CHIP
  [key·IPA]

Meaning & History

Diminutive of CHARLES or CHRISTOPHER. It can also be from a nickname given in reference to the phrase a chip off the old block, used of a son who is similar to his father.

Related Names

DiminutivesChuckie, Chucky
Other Languages & CulturesCarolus, Karl(Ancient Germanic) Hristofor, Hristo(Bulgarian) Carles(Catalan) Carlu(Corsican) Karlo, Kristofor, Krsto(Croatian) Karel, Kryštof(Czech) Carl, Karl, Kristoffer, Christoffer, Kris(Danish) Christoffel, Karel, Carel(Dutch) Kaarle, Kaarlo, Karl, Kalle, Risto(Finnish) Charles, Christophe, Charlot, Charly(French) Carl, Christoph, Karl(German) Christoforos, Karolos(Greek) Kale(Hawaiian) Károly, Kristóf, Krisztofer, Karcsi(Hungarian) Kristófer(Icelandic) Críostóir, Séarlas, Christie, Christy(Irish) Carlo, Cristoforo(Italian) Christophoros(Late Greek) Christophorus(Late Roman) Kārlis, Kristaps(Latvian) Sjarel(Limburgish) Karolis, Kristupas(Lithuanian) Hristofor, Hristo, Risto(Macedonian) Carl, Karl, Kristoffer, Christoffer(Norwegian) Karol, Krzysztof, Krzyś, Krzysiek(Polish) Carlos, Cristóvão, Carlinhos, Carlito, Carlitos(Portuguese) Carol(Romanian) Christie, Christy(Scottish) Hristofor(Serbian) Karol, Krištof(Slovak) Karel, Krištof, Karol(Slovene) Kito(Sorbian) Carlos, Cristóbal, Carlito, Carlitos(Spanish) Carl, Karl, Kristoffer, Christoffer, Kalle(Swedish) Siarl(Welsh)

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