Cristoval meaning and origin
Originated from Old Greek, Far-out Cristoval is a baby boy name. Cristoval is version of biblical, conifer and predominant Christopher. Christopher is German and English cognate of Christophorus. Christopher means To Carry and Bearing the Christ is of Old Greek origin.
Variants of CristovalNames that rhyme with Cristoval
Popularity of Cristoval
Cristoval is an uncommon baby name in United States, even after 45 years of use, it could not make it big. There are over 427 babies that have been given the name Cristoval in United States. Also, Cristoval is a familiar name in Mexico, Brazil, Bolivia, Philippines and Colombia. At least, 1000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our findings.
What numerology tells about Cristoval?
Your weird habit of enjoying melancholy helps you express more creatively and develop into a better version of yourself. To have 7 as your soul urge number reflects the urge of your spirit to be free. Leave your own mark in the world. If letter C is your cornerstone, you have a highly developed intuition. You are an inspirational person who respects the rules and social restrictions. You are intelligent and independent.
Other names similar to Cristoval
- Nicolina - Origin of Unexpected and Enduring Nicolina is in Old Greek is used mainly in Finnish, Norwegian and English is a baby girl name, meaning of Nicolina is "Victory of the People"
- Georginita - Georginita's meaning is Bauer and Farmer Earthworker is used as a baby girl name came from Spanish and Old Greek. Georginita is resultant of Georgia.
- Traci - Prominent Traci has its origin in Old Greek and Old French is substantially used in English, a unisex name, Traci means "Summer, Brave or Warrior"
- Gile - Queer boy name Gile means "Aigis and Aigilops" came from Old Greek. Gile is resulted from Giles.
- Elysia - Elysia's meaning is Elysion or Elysium is used as a unisex name which is mostly used in English is rooted from Hebrew and Germanic
Namesakes of Cristoval
We could not find any notable namesake.