Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Chris"

People with the first name "Chris"

Chris Ambler Chris Bamber Chris Barbour Chris Barlow Chris Beaumont Chris Benoit Chris Bloom Chris Boggs Chris Boyes Chris Bragg Chris Brearley Chris Brennan Chris Brislen Chris Broadhurst Chris Bunker Chris Burridge Chris Burrows Chris Cody Chris Copeman Chris Dadson Chris Dano Chris Delaney Chris Dillon Chris Everett Chris Fairbairn Chris Fajardo Chris Faulkner Chris Finch Chris Fiorillo Chris Franks Chris Funk Chris Garner Chris Gillen Chris Godby Chris Hackley Chris Hales Chris Hampson Chris Haycock Chris Heaton-Harris Chris Hendry Chris Hick Chris Hope Chris Horril Chris Hough Chris Houry Chris Ifonlaja Chris Jefferis Chris Kirkland Chris Lange Chris Langhorn Chris Lines Chris Lockhart Chris Mccaffrey Chris Mcgregor Chris Mcnally Chris Meek Chris Moloney Chris Moorman Chris Muggleton Chris Nottle Chris Nutting Chris Ostwald Chris Patridge Chris Penn Chris Pettman Chris Petts Chris Pogson Chris Poon Chris Rab Chris Ragg Chris Raine Chris Rankin Chris Reed Chris Rendall Chris Rice Chris Ridd Chris Rourke Chris Rugless-Reid Chris Russel Chris Rutherford Chris Ryman Chris Sanderson Chris Schock Chris Selby Chris Sherman Chris Sinnott Chris Southgate Chris Stevenson Chris Stoney Chris Stubbs Chris Tefft Chris Todds Chris Townend Chris Vine Chris Water Chris Whittle Chris Winans Chris Woolnough Chris Yaros Chris Van De Steeg

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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