Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. /kʁe.tjɛ̃/  [key·simplify]

Meaning & History

Medieval French form of Christian. A famous bearer of this name was the 12th-century French poet Chrétien de Troyes, known for his Arthurian romances.

Related Names

Feminine FormsChristiane, Christine
Other Languages & CulturesHristiyan, Kristian, Kristiyan, Hristo(Bulgarian) Kristijan, Krsto(Croatian) Kristián(Czech) Carsten, Christian, Karsten, Kristian, Chris, Christen, Kresten, Kris, Kristen(Danish) Christiaan, Chris(Dutch) Christian, Chris, Kris(English) Kristjan, Kristo, Risto(Estonian) Kristian, Risto(Finnish) Kris(Flemish) Christian, Chris(German) Krisztián(Hungarian) Kristján(Icelandic) Cristiano(Italian) Christianus(Late Roman) Krišjānis, Kristiāns, Krišs, Kristers(Latvian) Kristijonas(Lithuanian) Carsten, Karsten(Low German) Hristijan, Kristijan, Hristo(Macedonian) Christian, Karsten, Kristian, Christen, Kristen(Norwegian) Krystian, Krystyn(Polish) Cristiano(Portuguese) Cristian, Cristi(Romanian) Kristijan, Krsto(Serbian) Kristián(Slovak) Kristijan, Kristjan(Slovene) Kito(Sorbian) Cristián, Cristian(Spanish) Christian, Kristian, Christer, Krister(Swedish)



Entry added June 9, 2023