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Christian (given name)

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Pronunciation /krɪsən/
French: [kʁistjɑ̃]
German: [ˈkʁɪsti̯an]
Danish: [ˈkʁæsdjan]
Dutch: [ˈkrɪscɑn]
Swedish: [ˈkrɪstjɑːn]
Gender mainly Male
Language(s) Egyptian, via Greek and Latin, used to translate Hebrew
Word/name Christianus
Meaning "follower of Christ"
Other names
See also Christian (surname), Christiaan, Cristian, Cristiano

Christian originated as a Baptismal name used by persons of the Christian religion. It is now a given name born by males, and by females as Christiana and other feminized variants. An historically commonly used abbreviation, used for example on English 17th century church monuments and pedigrees,[1] is Xpian, using the Greek Chi Rho Christogram Χρ, pronounced in English "chr", short for Χριστός (pronounced "Christos"), Christ. The Greek form of the baptismal name is Χριστιανός (pronounced "Christianos"), a Christian. The name denotes a follower of Christ, thus a Christian. It has been used as a given name since the Middle Ages, at first as a name for females,[2] without any feminising word endings.

Today the name is popular in the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, and Estonia. Today in Europe — though not the United States[clarification needed] — it is almost exclusively used as a male name, but in the 17th and 18th centuries it was a popular female first name in Scotland.[citation needed]

Female variants of the name include Christine, Christina, Christiane, Cristiane, Kristen, Kristin, and Kirsten. Holders of the name Christian may go by the nicknames or shortened forms Chris, Chrissy, "Crix", or Xian.


  • 1 In other languages
  • 2 Characters
  • 3 Males with the given name Christian
  • 4 Females with the given name Christian
  • 5 References

In other languages[edit]

  • Christianus (Latin)
  • Chrétien (disambiguation) (French)
  • Christian (Danish, German, French, Swedish)
  • Christiaan (Afrikaans, Dutch)
  • Karsten (Low German, Dutch)
  • קריסטלעך (Qrystlʻk) (Yiddish)
  • Crisdean (Gaelic)
  • Creestee (Manx)
  • Cristiano (Italian and Portuguese)
  • Cristian (Galician)
  • Cristian or Cristián (Italian, Spanish, Romanian;Romance languages)
  • Kristian (Czech, Slovak)
  • Kristian (Estonian, Finnish, Danish, Norwegian, Croatian or Swedish, Breton)
  • Kristjan (Estonian, Faroese, Slovenian)
  • Kristian, Kristi, Kristo (Albanian)
  • Kristján (Icelandic)
  • Kristijan Croatian
  • Kristiāns (Latvian)
  • Kristijonas (Lithuanian)
  • Krystian (Polish)
  • Krisztián, Keresztény, for the Danish kings Keresztély (Hungarian)
  • Χριστιανός, Christianós (Greek)
  • Кристиан (Russian)
  • Християн, Крістіан (Ukrainian)
  • Христиан (Serbian)
  • Кристијан, Kristijan or Христијан, Hristijan (Macedonian)
  • Христо, Християн, Христиан, Кристиян or Кристиан (Bulgarian)
  • քրիստոնյա (Armenian)
  • كريستيان (Arabic)
  • مسیحی (Persian)
  • عیسائی (Urdu)
  • খ্রীষ্টান (Khrishtan) Bengali
  • ক্রিস্টান (Krishtan) Sylheti
  • ईसाई (Īsā'ī) (Hindi)
  • ख्रीष्टियन (Khrīṣṭiyana) (Nepali)
  • ਮਸੀਹੀ (Masīhī) (Punjabi)
  • ಕ್ರಿಶ್ಚಿಯನ್ (Kriściyan) (Kannada)
  • క్రిస్టియన్(Krisṭiyan) (Telugu)
  • கிரிஸ்துவர் (Kiristuvar) (Tamil)
  • คริสเตียน (Khris̄teīyn) (Thai)
  • 克里斯蒂安 (Kèlǐsīdìān) (Chinese Simplified)
  • 克里斯蒂安 (Kèlǐsīdìān) (Chinese Traditional)
  • クリスチャン (Kurisuchan) (Japanese)
  • 크리스티안 (Keuliseutian) (Korean)
  • Karaitiana (Maori)


  • Christian, protagonist of The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan
  • Baron Christian de Neuvillette, a character in the play Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand
  • Christian Cage (born 1973), alter-ego of professional wrestler and actor Jay Reso
  • Christian Shephard, a character on the ABC series Lost
  • Christian Troy, a character on the FX original series Nip/Tuck
  • Christian, a character in Diana Wynne Jones' fantasy novel Black Maria
  • Christian Grey, a character from E. L. James novel 50 Shades of Grey

Males with the given name Christian[edit]

  • Several kings of Denmark
  • Several princes
  • Christian of Oliva, 13th century Cistercian monk and the first bishop of Prussia
  • Christian X of Denmark, King of Denmark and Iceland
  • Christian Alexander (born 1990), American actor
  • Christian Augustus, Count Palatine of Sulzbach (1622–1708), German ruler
  • Christian Baciotti, French musician
  • Christian Bakkerud (1984–2011), Danish racing driver
  • Christian Bale (born 1974), English actor
  • Christian Bautista (born 1981), Filipino singer
  • Christian Bergman (born 1988), American baseball player
  • Christian Bethancourt (born 1991), Panamanian baseball player
  • Christian Cooke (born 1987), English actor
  • Christian Dior (1905–1957), French fashion designer
  • Christian Doppler (1803–1853), Austrian mathematician and physicist
  • Christian Ehrhoff (born 1982), German ice hockey player
  • Christian Fernández Salas, Spanish football defender
  • Christian Fox (born 1981), Scottish footballer
  • Christian Friedrich (baseball) (born 1987), American baseball player
  • Christian Fuchs (born 1986), Austrian Professional footballer
  • Christian Garcia (born 1985), American baseball player
  • Christian Clemens (born 1991), German professional footballer
  • Christian Hosoi (born 1967), Pro skateboarder
  • Christian Jessen (born 1977), English doctor and television presenter
  • Christian Johnson (born 1986), American football player
  • Christian Kum (born 1985), Dutch professional footballer
  • Christian Lacroix (born 1951), French fashion designer
  • Christian Louboutin (born 1964), French footwear designer
  • Christian Jimémez (born 1986), American soccer player
  • Christian Julius de Meza, Danish army commander
  • Christian Klien (born 1983), Austrian racing driver
  • Christian Okoye (born 1961), American football player
  • Christian Pampel (born 1979), German volleyball player
  • Christian Penigaud (born 1964), French beach volleyball player
  • Christian Potenza (born 1972), Canadian actor
  • Christian Reiher (born 1984), German mathematical genius
  • Christian Siriano (born 1985), American fashion designer and winner of Project Runway Season 4
  • Christian Sitepu (born 1986), Indonesian basketball player
  • Christian Slater (born 1969), American actor
  • Christian Vasquez (born 1977), Filipino actor
  • Christian Vieri (born 1973), Italian footballer
  • Christian Yelich (born 1991), American baseball player
  • Hans Christian Andersen (1805–1875), Danish author
  • A ring name of Canadian professional wrestler Jay Reso

Females with the given name Christian[edit]

  • Christian Serratos (born 1990), American actress
  • Christian Pitre (born 1983), Actress
  • Christian Ramsay (1786–1839), British botanist
  • Christian Vera, Right This Minute analyst, Elijah at Work actress


  1. ^ decollete cristiano louboutinss="reference-text">For example Xpian Rolle, a daughter of George Rolle (d.1552), as written in the Heraldic visitation of Devon, 1620 (Vivian, Lt.Col. J.L., (Ed.) The Visitations of the County of Devon: Comprising the Heralds' Visitations of 1531, 1564 & 1620, Exeter, 1895, p.652)
  2. ^ Hanks, Patrick; Hardcastle, Kate; Hodges, Flavia (2006), A Dictionary of First Names, Oxford Paperback Reference (2nd ed.), Oxford University Press, p. 55, ISBN 978-0-19-861060-1 
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