Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Chris"

People with the first name "Chris"

Chris Adamson Chris Andersen Chris Anderson Chris Armstrong Chris Ashby Chris Avery Chris Bales Chris Ballard Chris Barker Chris Batters Chris Boom Chris Bray Chris Bridgeman Chris Brogden Chris Brookes Chris Buchanan Chris Buck Chris Cleal Chris Colfer Chris Corlett Chris Coxon Chris Crank Chris Dowding Chris Dunkley Chris Dunne Chris Eaves Chris Edmondson Chris Fairall Chris Farmer Chris Farrell Chris Flack Chris Foy Chris Froome Chris Govan Chris Graham-Rowe Chris Haines Chris Hannen Chris Heavens Chris Helin Chris Heynen Chris Hollins Chris Holt Chris Hyman Chris Jacobs Chris John Chris Joice Chris Kaye Chris Keeble Chris Kershaw Chris Kimball Chris Knox Chris Lafalce Chris Langeluddecke Chris Laurenson Chris Maloney Chris Manvell Chris Mawer Chris Mawson Chris Mcnulty Chris Mcvittie Chris Meadows Chris Monaghan Chris Monty Chris Mossop Chris Munroe Chris Oyakhilome Chris Padgett Chris Pearman Chris Pittordou Chris Poole Chris Pywell Chris Randall Chris Rimes Chris Siegle Chris Sim Chris Sinclair Chris Slater Chris Sloss Chris Smalley Chris Snow Chris Sorensen Chris Spratt Chris Stapleton Chris Steiner Chris Stephenson Chris Thackeray Chris Tomlin Chris Turck Chris Tyas Chris Vickers Chris Wallage Chris Weatherly Chris Weitz Chris Weston Chris Wintle Chris Woods Chris Woodyard Chris Wrapson Chris Wyres Chris Yardley

Information about "Chris"

For this Chris there are 25919 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 19 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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