Cristina Scabbia (1972–) is the lead singer of Italian band Lacuna Coil.
It's pretty, but rather common.
Also Gascon, Provençal and Languedocian: --- Source: Institut d'Estudis Occitans
Cristina Raines is an American actress.
Also Sicilian:
Also Corsican:
European Portuguese Pronunciation: kreesh-TY-nuBrazilian Portuguese Pronunciation: krees-CHY-nu. [noted -ed]
Also English (Modern).English Pronunciation: kris-TEE-nə.
Cristina Donadio (1960-) is an Italian actress.
Also Catalan: [noted -ed]
Cristina Cacciotti is the daughter of actress Valerie Harper.
More than 99.9 percent of people with the first name Cristina are female.
Also Catalan and Galician.
Cristina Fernández de Kirchner sometimes referred to by her initials CFK, is an Argentine lawyer and politician, who served as President of Argentina from 2007 to 2015. She was the second woman to serve as President of Argentina, the first directly elected female president, and the first woman re-elected to the office. Ideologically a Peronist and social democrat, she was a member of the Justicialist Party, with her political approach being characterized as Kirchnerism.
I like the spellings of Christina and Kristina only. Other variations look unpleasant, including this one.
This spelling of the name is just so cute, like a little fairy. I have a cute cousin with this name.
The name Cristina was given to 233 girls born in the US in 2015.
Cristina D'Avena is an Italian singer.
I prefer this spelling than Christina or Kristina. It looks more delicate and exotic. Makes me think of an exotic Italian woman.
This is my name and I love it. People always misspell it and add h. Small price to pay for such a lovely name. I wish my nickname was Tina but it never worked out this way. Easy name to grow into as an adult. My friends used to spell my name Xtina. Cute.
My name is Cristina. My mother decided on this spelling not only due to our Italian ancestry, but also because she was concerned that if she spelt it "Christina" and my friends shortened my name to "Chris" it would look too boyish, concluding that "Cris" at least looks a bit more feminine. Turns out she never had to worry, because I hate being called "Cris", haha. When I was a younger teenager I got "Crissy" but I'm a bit over that now. Like another poster has mentioned, I've gone my entire life having to constantly remind people that there's no "h" in my name, to the point of introducing myself as "Cristina-without-an-'h'" at times. However, I love my name and its spelling. I know I'm biased, but I truly think it looks a lot prettier than Christina. I would never add the 'h' in for the sake of ease for other people.
I prefer this name to Christina, even though I have nothing against that name, either.I also find it pleasant because of Cristina Scabbia from Lacuna Coil, who has a wonderful singing voice.
My name is Cristina not Christina, people always write it as Ch but I don't mind because it means that thay are just not familiar with the Spanish way of writing my name.
Fado singer, Cristina Branco.
This is my name and I, personally, have absolutely never added in a H to "save other people the trouble." Typically the only people who spell it wrong are those who just haven't seen in written on paper before, but it really isn't hard to correct them. It's seriously not a big deal at all. I imagine all the Kaitlyn/Caitlin/Katelynne's in the world have a much harder time with mispellings than I will ever have. For me, my name is a wonderful reflection on my Italian heritage.
It's very pretty, but I think that the majority of people wouldn't notice it's missing the 'h' and spell it wrong. If I was named this, I think I would be pushed to the point of adding the 'h' in there to save others the trouble of doing it for me.
For some reason, I have always thought that this spelling of the name was much nicer than "Christina." It looks prettier and more exotic.
I think Christina all together is a very pretty name, but I prefer the spelling "Cristina." It's very feminine and grown-up.
Cristina Yang is a character on "Grey's Anatomy".
She's the princess of Spain, daughter of Juan Carlos I of Bourbon and Sofía of Greece and sister of the prince Felipe (heir to the crown) and the princess Elena.
A famous bearer of this name is Cristina Scabbia, the lead singer of the Italian Gothic Rock band, Lacuna Coil.

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