Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Chris"

People with the first name "Chris"

Chris Adair Chris Agoh Chris Annetts Chris Anstey Chris Aris Chris Balmain Chris Bays Chris Benfield Chris Bett Chris Beyer Chris Blore Chris Bodsworth Chris Bowdery Chris Bradfield Chris Brentley Chris Broughton Chris Caplan Chris Carlson Chris Charilaou Chris Chrysostomou Chris Collier Chris Cooksey Chris Cremmen Chris Dalley Chris Danks Chris Deller Chris Druce Chris Ebert Chris Elderfield Chris Ensell Chris Erwood Chris Galey Chris Glenn Chris Gloster Chris Goral Chris Gorst Chris Hain Chris Hess Chris Hewlett Chris Hewson Chris Hinks Chris Horswell Chris Howson Chris Hulland Chris Huston Chris Jaques Chris Julka Chris Kerri Chris Kidd Chris Kranz Chris Liss Chris Liversidge Chris Manto Chris Marcellin Chris Marustik Chris Massoglia Chris McGrail Chris Measey Chris Meeks Chris Moffat Chris Musgrove Chris Myland Chris O. Mahoney Chris Parslow Chris Penter Chris Pittam Chris Pizzey Chris Pooler Chris Pressler Chris Pruden Chris Quast Chris Quick Chris Rampton Chris Redgrave Chris Ring Chris Rist Chris Rudling Chris Rushworth Chris Sammon Chris Schiering Chris Seearam Chris Simpson-Daniel Chris Smallman Chris Snary Chris Stanbury Chris Steinbrecher Chris Stoltz Chris Sumby Chris Tackaberry Chris Thorpe Chris Tinker Chris Tranmer Chris Uniacke Chris Vagges Chris Weddle Chris Westhead Chris Whatley Chris Whiteman Chris Wimhurst Chris Wink

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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