Classy name.
Always associated with Krissy Taylor for me.
Kristin Erin Taylor aka Krissy Taylor, model.
1978 to 1995.
The sudden and steep rise of Kristin after 1979 can be attributed to Kristin Shepard, a character from the popular American television series "Dallas" (1978-1991). The character was first introduced in January 1979. She died in 1981 of a drug-induced accidental drowning, after which the name Kristin sharply declined in the US name popularity statistics.Sources: (in English) (in English)
Kristin is my name. (Pronounced KRIS-tin) With all honesty, I don't like my name and I never really have. There is nothing beautiful about it and it doesn't sound very feminine to me. It sounds a bit harsh to me. I'd like to say my name has meaning to me but that's just not true. My mom named me Kristin so that she could call me Kris. She wanted me to grow up with a cute semi-masculine or "little boys" nickname. Unfortunately no one ended up calling me Kris. It never caught on. I don't think the name fits me and I wish my mother had thought of something different. Every time I introduce myself, my name always gets repeated back to me for clarification, only no one gets it right the first time. It's always "Kristi?...Christian?... Kristine?" I stopped correcting people. I'm usually just given special nicknames by everyone.
Kristin is also Estonian. The name day for Kristin in Estonia is July 24. [noted -ed]
Very pretty, I love this name and I consider it for a daughter.
Also Estonian:
I was born in 1965 & my mom liked the name of Ricky Nelson, country singer's wife's middle name, Sharon Kristin Nelson. Following her marriage to Rick in 1963, Nelson joined him and his family on their television show The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet as a regular cast member.
Kristin Gjelsvik (born August 22, 1986) is a Norwegian blogger, YouTuber and social media influencer. She is from Bergen, the second-largest city in Norway, but she currently lives in Oslo with her partner Dennis.
Kristin “Kristy” Amanda Thomas is the president of the baby sitters club in The Baby Sitters Club books by Ann M Martin.
Kristin Dawn Chenoweth (born Kristi Dawn Chenoweth, July 24, 1968) is an American actress and singer, with credits in musical theatre, film and television. In 1999, she won a Tony Award for her performance as Sally Brown in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown on Broadway. In 2003, she received wide notice for originating the role of Glinda in the musical Wicked, including a nomination for another Tony. Her television roles have included Annabeth Schott in NBC's The West Wing and Olive Snook on the ABC comedy-drama Pushing Daisies, for which she won a 2009 Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. Chenoweth also starred in the ABC TV series GCB in 2012.
In 2018, 29 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Kristin who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 309th most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
I like the name Kristin better then Kristen. It's a nice name, especially this spelling. I like the nickname Kristie as well.
This is my name and I have mixed feelings about it. I like that it honors my Swedish heritage and fits with my last name, but at times I've thought it was a harsh-sounding name. Also, it gets misspelled frequently (most often as Kristen) and that drives me nuts!
Never thought it was a real name. I find it very uncommon and a little weird.
Kristin is my name, and my mom wanted to spell it Christine after her cousin, in honour of her Franco/Algerian heritage. My dad being Norwegian wanted the Scandinavian spelling, being Kristin. The pronunciation is supposed to be Kris-teen, it just sounds melodic when being pronounced in Scandinavian countries as well as France.
What drives me nuts is that Anglo-saxons just have a very rough way of saying it and it sounds more like Krisss-tiin. If you're going to go with that version and live somewhere, where people have simple names, keep it simple is my thought! With that said, I wouldn't change my name for the world.
My name is Kristin and I have had to tell people my entire life that it is pronounced Kris-tin not Kris-chin. Other than that, most people just call me Kris.
Kristin M. Davis, formerly known as the Manhattan Madam, is a former madam who was famous for running a high-end prostitution ring in New York City which claimed to have offered its services to several high-profile clients, including Eliot Spitzer, Alex Rodriguez and David Beckham. After her conviction for her prostitution activities, Davis ran a novelty campaign for Governor of New York in 2010 and was poised to run for New York City Comptroller in 2013 before being arrested for drug dealing.
Kristin "Krista" Siegfrids is a Finnish singer and television presenter. She represented Finland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 with her entry "Marry Me". Siegfrids' debut album, named Ding Dong!, was released in May 2013.
The name Kristin was given to 109 girls born in the US in 2015.
Kristin is my name, and I was given it to honor my Norwegian heritage. It's the name of the protagonist in Sigrid Undset's Kristin Lavransdatter novels, which she won a Nobel Prize for in the 1920s - it's historical fiction set in medieval Scandinavia. In Norway, Kristin is the feminine spelling and Kristen is masculine, though in the States Kristen has gotten to be the more common spelling (though it was pretty even when I was born). My relatives in Norway pronounce my name pretty similar to the way we say it in the States, which is KRIS-tin (though the "r" is sort of rolled in Norwegian, kind of like a soft "d"), not like Christine (which is how people said it when I lived in France). I like my name - the only downside is how frequently people misspell it, when I prefer Kristin over any other spelling by far!
I normally don't like 'Chris' sounding names, but I really like Kristin. The spelling and the sound seem very happy and cheerful to me.
Pronounced kris-TEEN in Swedish.
Spelling: Kristyn
This used to be one of my favorite names. I don't like it as much anymore, but I still think it's really nice.
Strangest spelling I've seen: Krystn (this isn't a typo, no letter between the t and the n.)
Kristen Johnson, actress from "Third Rock From the Sun" fame.
My name is spelled "Krystyn" originally, but for some reason I just spell it with -en.
I prefer this spelling to the more common Kristen, since it doesn't have the bad association with Kristen Stewart.
I know a man with this name.
American actress and singer Kristin Vigard (born May 15, 1963) was the first actress to portray Annie in the pre-Broadway tryout of 'Annie' in 1976. 'Kristin' was also a short-lived American television sitcom in 2001.
My name is Kristin, and I pronounce it Kris-Tin.
I didn't particularly like this name until I heard the outstanding singing voice of Kristin Chenoweth, who played Glinda in the Broadway musical, Wicked.
Kristin is also pronounced KRIS-tin. I love this name (pronounced KRIS-tin), and spelled this way, with an "i". Kristin, is much, much prettier than with an "e", Kristen. I also love Kristin Kreuk. She is in such cool, offbeat stuff, and she is one of the most beautiful actresses out there.
Actress Kristin Kreuk plays Lana Lang on the awesome TV show, "Smallville."
There's a girl at my school with this name and she pronounces it KRIS-ten.
Kristin Chenoweth is a famous actress holding this name. She has appeared in several movies, but her two most notable performances were on stage. She acts Broadway, and she was the original Sally Brown in the revival of You're A Good Man Charlie Brown (Patty was scrapped to create this character for the revival) winning her a Tony for best actress in a supporting role (and several other awards from others for the same role) and the original Galinda/Glinda in Wicked.
Jeremy Clarkson harbors a crush on Kristin Scott Thomas which co-presenters of Topgear, James and Richard, make fun of him about when Kristin comes in to have a go driving around the track. The interview is a must see.
All in all, I really love my name. It's fun and modern, but can still sound serious. The only thing I don't like is how many people spell it Kristen by mistake.
Two other famous bearers of the name are Kristin Davis, who played Charlotte York on Sex and the City, and Kristin Bell, who plays Veronica Mars on Veronica Mars.
My name is Kristin, pronouced (Kris-Ten). I love this name. It has always been good to me. I would never change my name for anything. Every Kristin I have ever met has been sweet and caring.
There is an author named Kristin Hannah.
Listen to the German pronunciation of Kristin here:
A famous bearer of this name is English actress Kristin Scott Thomas (born May 24, 1960). She was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress in 1996 for her role as Katharine Clifton in "The English Patient".
This is the name of the star of MTV's "Laguna Beach" reality series, Kristin Cavallari.
I noticed that the spelling Kristen was more popular than the spelling Kristin. Whether it is spelt with "in" or "en" I think this is a great name.
The real name of late model Krissy Taylor.
I know a Kristin and a Kirsten in my school. My schoolmates just call both of them Christian.
This name is pronounced Kris-TEEN in Germany (the way Christine is pronounced in France and the USA).
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