Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Chris"

People with the first name "Chris"

Chris Aarons Chris Abbotts Chris Ainsley Chris Aitken Chris Ashman Chris Beardsmore Chris Birdsall Chris Boyce Chris Bramwell Chris Bunyan Chris Burton Chris Capodici Chris Ceraso Chris Ciampa Chris Cornell Chris Coulson Chris Cundey Chris Davalle Chris Dech Chris Derham Chris Devaney Chris Doan Chris Drake Chris Eubank Chris Faloon Chris Farrington Chris Ferguson Chris Forrest Chris Fyler Chris Gee Chris Gibney Chris Gowers Chris Habgood Chris Hayward Chris Higgin Chris High Chris Howell Chris Jansky Chris Jowsey Chris Keevil Chris Kelleher Chris Kerr Chris Ketley Chris Kiel Chris Kulik Chris Köppel Chris Lack Chris Laister-Smith Chris Leafe Chris Leggett Chris Lightfoot Chris Longmore Chris Lowe Chris Luker Chris Lydon Chris Major Chris Mccann Chris McNeill Chris Merritt Chris Moffett Chris Morrone Chris Munton-Hague Chris Oldfield Chris Osland Chris Paddington Chris Pape Chris Pryor Chris Quilter Chris Rea Chris Reeve Chris Richards Chris Rimes Chris Rodgers Chris Royle Chris Runco Chris Scaramuzza Chris Shapland Chris Sheldon Chris Sirois Chris Siwy Chris Smales Chris Smythe Chris Snowdon Chris Stanley Chris Strudwick Chris Sykes Chris Thomson Chris Thornhill Chris Valentine-Smith Chris Vyse Chris Wakeley Chris Wall Chris Wallace Chris Westley Chris Whitehouse Chris Wiggall Chris Wignall Chris Woodyard Chris Zalewski Chris de Souza

Information about "Chris"

For this Chris there are 25972 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Chris are: Capodici, Bainbridge, Baker

In the ranking of the most common first names Chris is on position 35.

During the last seven days Chris was searched for 28 times.

Meaning of "Chris"

Female first name (English, German) in use since the Middle Ages in Germany, now one, Chris, Christian woman, Latin (New Testament); christianus = Christian; christos = the devotees, the Anointed One (Greek); information to the male form of Christian of the most popular first name Male first name (English): Chris, Christ-supporting; ancient Greek (New Testament); christos = the devotees, the Anointed; pherein = bring bear, in the Middle Ages spread through the veneration of St.. Christopher (3rd century), patron saint of sailors and rafters, one of the 14 helpers

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