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Meaning of the Name Christian

274 names found for "Christian"   (page 1 of 6) 

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The first name Christian is of Greek, Danish, English origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Greek: Christian
Danish: Christian
English: Of the Christian Faith

Similar Names

Christan | Christiaan | Christiann | Christiano | Christien | Chrystian | Crisdean | Cristian | Cristiano | Criston |

Related Names

Agacia  (Greek)
Variant of Agatha: Good. St. Agatha Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr. Agatha Was Popular During the Middle Ages. Famous Bearer: TwentieBritish Mystery Writer Agatha Christie
Agatha  (Greek)
Good. St. Agatha Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr. Agatha Was Popular During the Middle Ages. Famous Bearer: TwentieBritish Mystery Writer Agatha Christie
Aggie  (Greek)
Diminutive of Agnes: Poor, Poor, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'.
Agnes  (Greek)
Poor, Poor, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'.
Agneta  (Greek)
Variant of Agnes: Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Anis  (Greek)
Variant of the Greek Agnes, Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Anna Cristina  (Swedish)
Graceful Christian
Annice  (Greek)
Variant of the Greek Agnes, Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Annis  (Greek)
Variant of the Greek Agnes, Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Aquila  (Latin)
Eagle' Used by Romans, Early Christians, and Mentioned in the New Testament
Brant  (English)
Proud; Variant of Brand. Mohawk Indian Joseph Brant Was a Renowned Strategist Who Fought for the British During the American Revolution; and a Devout Scholar Who Translated Christian Religious Works i
Branton  (English)
Variant of Brand. Mohawk Indian Joseph Brant Was a Renowned Strategist Who Fought for the British During the American Revolution; and a Devout Scholar Who Translated Christian Religious Works into His
Brantson  (English)
Variant of Brand. Mohawk Indian Joseph Brant Was a Renowned Strategist Who Fought for the British During the American Revolution; and a Devout Scholar Who Translated Christian Religious Works into His
Cairistiona  (Gaelic)
Christian
Cairistiona  (Latin)
Christian
Carsten  (Latin)
Christian
Carston  (Latin)
Christian
Charity  (French)
From the Old French 'Charite' Meaning Christian Love, Based on the Latin 'Cantos' Charity is Held Up in the New Testament (I Corinthians ) As the Greatest of the Three Christian Virtues, With Faith an
Chresta  (English)
Diminutive of Christian: Follower of Christ. Chris is Used As a Diminutive of Many Masculine and Feminine Names Beginning With Chris-, Including Christian, Christina, Christine, and Christopher
Chris  (English)
Diminutive of Christian: Follower of Christ. Chris is Used As a Diminutive of Many Masculine and Feminine Names Beginning With Chris-, Including Christian, Christina, Christine, and Christopher
Christa  (Greek)
Anointed One; a Christian
Christa  (English)
Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ
Christa  (Latin)
Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ
Christabel  (Latin)
Beautiful Christian. Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ
Christabel  (Greek)
Fair Christian, Generous, Proud, Resolute, Simple Disposition
Christabel  (English)
Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ
Christabella  (Latin)
Beautiful Christian
Christahel  (Latin)
Beautiful Christian, from 'Christus' Meaning Christ and 'Bella' Meaning Beautiful. Famous Bearers: S. T. Coleridge's Poem Christabel; British Suffragette Christabel Pankhurst
Christal  (Scottish)
Christian
Christan  (Greek)
Variant of Christian Follower of Christ; the Annointed
Christan  (English)
Variant of Christian. Follower of Christ
Christana  (English)
Variant of Christian. Follower of Christ
Christanne  (English)
Variant of Christian. Follower of Christ
Christeen  (Latin)
Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ
Christeen  (English)
Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ
Christeena  (English)
Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ
Christeena  (Latin)
Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ
Christel  (Scottish)
Christian
Christel  (German)
German 'Pet' Name for Kristina, from Latin Christianao = Christian Woman, a Decent Woman
Christen  (Greek)
Christian
Christen  (English)
Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ
Christen  (Latin)
Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ
Christena  (Latin)
Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ
Christena  (English)
Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ
Christene  (English)
Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ
Christene  (Latin)
Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ
Christiaan  (English)
Diminutive of Christian: Follower of Christ. Chris is Used As a Diminutive of Many Masculine and Feminine Names Beginning With Chris-, Including Christian, Christina, Christine, and Christopher
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