Chrestian

Chrestian meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Latin and Greek
Usage: Danish and Swedish
Meaning: Follower of Christ and Anointed
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Used in Swedish and Danish, Chrestian is used as a baby boy name. Chrestian is variation of frequently used and persistent Christian. Christian is variant of Christianus. Christian means The Anointed One, Anointed and Disciple of the Christ came from Latin and Greek.

Variants of Chrestian

Krestian, Christian, Christianus, Christo, Chrisline, Christé, Christiandaniel, Christopher, Chrislyn

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Popularity of Chrestian

Chrestian is a familiar baby name in Indonesia. According to our evaluation, at least 200 people have been bestowed Chrestian around the globe, concentrated mainly in Islamic countries.

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What numbers say about Chrestian?

Every challenge is there to sharpen your focus and improve your survival skills. You never approach issues or challenges with a negative attitude because you know that no problem comes with a solution. Your friends are like addicted to you, but your family isn't very happy with how you live your life cause you are restless. You are being too hard on people when it comes to their beliefs because you feel the constant urge to prove your theories.

Other names similar to Chrestian

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  •  Torje - Boy name Torje is principally used in Swedish and Norwegian. Torje is Norwegian equivalent of Torgeir
  •  Jøren is Norwegian and Danish form of Jøran. Also Jøren is equivalent of Jørgen in Danish and Norwegian languages. Also Jøren is form of Jørund in Norwegian language
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