Gender Masculine
Usage Czech, Slovak
Pronounced Pron. KRIS-kyi-yan(Czech)
KREES-tee-an(Slovak)
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Meaning & History

Czech and Slovak form of Christian.

Related Names

Feminine FormsKristýna(Czech) Kristína(Slovak)
Other Languages & CulturesHristiyan, Kristian, Kristiyan, Hristo(Bulgarian) Kristijan, Krsto(Croatian) 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) Cristian, Cristi(Romanian) Kristijan, Krsto(Serbian) Kristijan, Kristjan(Slovene) Kito(Sorbian) Cristián, Cristian(Spanish) Christian, Kristian, Christer, Krister(Swedish)
Same SpellingKristian

Popularity

Name Days

Czechia: August 5
Slovakia: October 19

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Entry updated November 16, 2019