Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Chris"

People with the first name "Chris"

Chris Anders Chris Antcliff Chris Ardito Chris Arwood Chris Aubry Chris Awdry Chris Bainbridge Chris Balison Chris Banks Chris Blake Chris Bodell Chris Bond Chris Booth Chris Bostock Chris Boulton Chris Bowen Chris Brady Chris Brahney Chris Bromage Chris Bryant Chris Buchner Chris Cade Chris Chittock Chris Conn Chris Coolen Chris Cowdrey Chris Crisis Chris Dawes Chris Decorte Chris Edgerton Chris Eggington Chris Eyles Chris Fitzgerald Chris Fritz Chris Geddes Chris Glossop Chris Greene Chris Habegger Chris Hagan Chris Hass Chris Hearsey Chris Holtzhausen Chris Hoskin Chris Hoyle Chris Huck Chris Huff Chris Isaacs Chris Joll Chris Keogh Chris Lacy Chris Lait Chris Lester Chris Longbottom Chris Louttit Chris Luciano Chris Lyons Chris Mallicoat Chris Massamba Chris Maxwell Chris Mccray Chris Mcfetridge Chris Mctiernan Chris Mckay Chris Montour Chris Moran Chris Morley Chris Murray Chris Myhill Chris Nicol Chris Paphitis Chris Pappas Chris Parmley Chris Peachy Chris Penfold Chris Petch Chris Picard Chris Rakoczi Chris Rawlings Chris Robb Chris Robson Chris Roby Chris Romano Chris Roper Chris Ryles Chris Schmidt Chris Sharma Chris Simpkin Chris Slay Chris Smith-Hill Chris Spires Chris Stannard Chris Storey Chris Stuart Chris Tolias Chris Volpe Chris Whelpdale Chris Whitaker Chris Widener Chris Wills Chris Winters

Information about "Chris"

For this Chris there are 25867 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 27 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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