This name is also used in Ukraine with spelling Крiстiна, but It's rare.
I don't like this variant. It looks like someone has heard this name and doesn't know how to spell it. I prefer Christina, Christine, and Cristina.
Russian singer Kristina Orbakaite.
Queen of Sweden Kristina,_Queen_of_Sweden
Russian name.
Also Ukrainian.
My daughter's name Kristina. This is my favorite name! Short name is Kristi, but usually use full name.
Very pretty! I like both Christina and Kristina, but I probably prefer this spelling more :)
Kristina Ohlsson is a Swedish political scientist and crime novelist.
I used to prefer the Christina spelling, but now I don't really like it anymore. Kristina has won my heart, and I love this name. One of my top names for a daughter.
It's pronounced CRIS-TINA, another version of Christina.
Also Estonian: [noted -ed]
This is actually my favorite spelling, along with Christina then Cristina. It looks more pretty and is a beautiful name, I just don’t like the meaning very much.
Basque pronunciation is [krees-TEE-na].
This name is also used on Basque.
In 2018, 25 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Kristina who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 403rd most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
Kia can be a nickname for Kristina.
I just loooove this name. It's gorgeous and not too common but not too out there. One of my favorites.
Christina is much prettier.
The name Kristina was given to 313 girls born in the US in 2016.
More than 99.9 percent of people with the first name Kristina are female.
Kristina Pimenova is a Russian child model and actress, living in the United States. Pimenova's parents are former footballer Ruslan Pimenov and Glikeriya Shirokova, a former model. She started modeling before her fourth birthday, after her mother sent photographs to the agency President Kids. Pimenova has worked for brands including Armani, Benetton, Burberry, Roberto Cavalli.
Kristina Lennox-Silva is a female freestyle and butterfly swimmer from Puerto Rico, who was born in the United States. During her college career she swam for Villanova University and was a multiple time Big East finalist as well earning her All-Big East status. She represented Puerto Rico at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China and 2009 World Aquatics Championships in Rome, Italy. She is the sister of Douglas Lennox-Silva, who also competed as a swimmer at the 2008 Summer Olympics and 2009 World Championships.

Kristina graduated from Villanova University majoring in communications and Spanish.
My name is Kristina. I personally like my name, but be careful on naming a child this name. People are going to spell it with a ch. But I have never met anyone else with the name Kristina.
I have a friend name Kristina, and it's my absolute favorite name! It's such a pretty name too!
My name is Kristina and I absolutely love my name! Also, I am really glad my name is spelled with a K not a ch! I love my name because it's not too popular, especially with the spelling! Then, when I meet someone else with the name Kristina it's really special! I highly recommend naming your kid Kristina! I never disliked my name once! I promise there is nothing bad about this name!
My name is Kristina. All my life, whenever I tell people my name is "Kristina", one of two possible outcomes occur. One, people think my name is Christine and I have to correct them and say, "NAAAAA. KristinAAAA." Two, they spell my name with a "Ch" and I have to correct them: "Kristina with a K, not Ch". I always hated having to tell people how to spell my name because I always have to correct them, and I don't like having to correct a mistake that I know is so common to make. So when I got to college, I decided that I was going to tell people my name was Tina. Not because I don't like my name, but because I won't have a run-in with the conflict of HOW to spell my name.
I personally love the name. I've even named my first born this, though it's not common in my country, Kenya.
Kristina Pimenova, a famous young supermodel.
Kristina Maria is a Canadian pop singer-songwriter. One of her songs is called "Move Like a Soldier".
Guys, I don't know how to spell my name! With a ch or k please help! Which one do you think?
My little sister's name is Kristina and I think it's beautiful.
Names like this always remind me of savoury snacks, lol. Maybe I just think of crisps.
It doesn't matter if you spell it with a "K" or a "C", I still rather dislike the name. It just does not sound pretty. :( But if its your name and you like it don't be offended. Its just my opinion.
The name Kristina is also commonly used in Georgia.

In Georgian, Kristina is written as: ქრისტინა.
Kristina can also be written as კრისტინა in Georgian. The meaning and origin remain the same. ქრისტინა should be the main spelling though, since the Georgian word for "Christ" is ქრისტე (Kriste).

A variant transcription of either spelling is Qristina, which you will see mainly on social media.

Last but certainly not least: it appears that ქრისტინე (Kristine) is the standard Georgian form of Christina, since it looks like Kristina is often reserved for non-Georgians (especially when spelled as კრისტინა!). You can see this on the Georgian Wikipedia, where both spellings for Kristina primarily concern foreigners. However, when you look on Facebook, you can certainly find ethnic Georgian bearers of both spellings. Out of the two spellings, it looks like ქრისტინა is the most often used by Georgians on there.

Also see:
- Kristina spelled as ქრისტინა: (in Georgian)
- Kristina spelled as კრისტინა: (in Georgian)
-|by=%E1%83%A5 (in Georgian; mentions Kristina)
- (in Georgian; scroll down to the entry for Kristine, which mentions Kristina)
- (in Georgian; this is a list of female saints whose name starts with K)
- ქრისტე (Kriste) meaning "Christ": (in English)
- (in Georgian; this is about Jesus Christ)
- general search for ქრისტინა (Kristina) yields 55 results on the Georgian Wikipedia: (in Georgian)
- general search for კრისტინა (Kristina) yields 506 results on the Georgian Wikipedia: (in Georgian)
My name is Kristina and I have been this name for the last 21 going on 22 years. It is a nice name and yes I'm not going to lie I used to hate my name. But its saying is true most are very nice but we also can be "moody" at times as well. We are sweet and caring. And thing is, most Kristina's or Christina's that I know are Brunettes like I am. I have yet to meet one with blond hair. And my nick names growing up have been Kris, Krissy, Tina, Kriskris, and kiki, and Kitten (but just because my name started with a k.)
I am a Kristina and have been for the last 25 years. People always have a good impression of my name and always think of me as a pastor's daughter. I am blonde, pretty, and always very classy and put together. I know a lot of other "Christinas" and they are always either like me or very wild and troubled. Every "Kristina" I have met has been similar to me. It is a good name and people always compliment on how pretty they think my name is. I have never met anyone whom I didn't get along with. So, if you name your daughter "Kristina", I believe it comes with a very good reputation. Most of us are very sweet girls. :)
This name reminds me of a hot blonde girl.
This is my name, except that it's spelled with a Ch. I honestly don't know what to think about it, except that I wish my mom was a little bit creative in naming me. I mean, she was going to name me Arianna. That's 100x more original than this name! I guess it's classic and graceful though... but still boring. -___-
This is my favorite spelling of Christina. It's overused and boring though.
Kristina Horner aka italktosnakes on youtube and the rock band Parselmouths.
This is my name. I always disliked it because it is so common, even with the "K" spelling. There was always at least one other Christina (usually spelled with a "Ch") in my school classes, and now I am one of three at work, where there are only twenty-some people! It is awful never getting to appreciate your own name because it always belongs to someone else too. I like the "K" spelling better than "Ch" because it is not as common, but please think twice before naming your child this!
It was also a name for a Norwegian Princess (born 1234), Kristina of Tunsberg.
A famous bearer is Krista Allen, actress with Portuguese and Irish origin.
It´s also the Slovak form.
It´s also the Slovak form.
Kristina från Duvemåla - need I say more? To all of you non-Swedes out there who have yet to see this AMAZING musical by former ABBA-members Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, Kristina is the name of a woman who lived in Småland in the mid-1800's but was forced to migrate to America. The books (by author Wilhelm Moberg) and the musical telling the story of her life is like nothing you will ever see or read. It is so sad, moving, and breathtakingly beautiful. Just like this name!
*Coming to Broadway soon!*
I know twin girls named Kristina and Melissa. However, Kristina is never, ever called by her full name; she is always called Krissy. And her twin is always, always called Missy. I personally like Kristina better than Christina.
Common nicknames in Sweden are Tina, Stina and Kicki.
I think of it as more male than female, not the pronunciation, the spelling.
Listen to the German pronunciation of Christina here:
I personally think the spelling looks terrible and rough.
This is a very pretty, elegant name for a girl.
I enjoy this name because of its association. I know a sweet and delightful young woman named Kristina, and I will always love the name because of her.
My name is Kristina. I didn't like it much when I was younger, but now I love it. Especially as it is spelt with a 'K' as opposed to 'Ch'. It is spelt with a K in Norway - which is the norm. It's a very sweet feminine name (in my opinion), which suits my personality. Futhermore, the guys seem to like it! (which is always nice!)
In Sweden we spell the queen's name like this with a K, not CH.
I think I like this spelling better than Christina.

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