Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. kree-stee-AN(Romanian)
KREES-tyan(Spanish)
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Meaning & History

Romanian and Spanish form of Christian.

Related Names

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

Popularity

People think this name is

mature   formal   upper class   wholesome   strong   refined   strange   complex   serious  

Name Days

Spain: November 12

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Entry updated April 16, 2019