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Christina is a female name originating from Christian. It is a well-used name throughout the world with many variants. Its meanings most commonly include "Christian," "Christ-Bearer," although "Angelic," and "Faithful" are sometimes included in its definition.


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People

Religious figures
  • Saint Christina (3rd or 5th century AD), a saint and martyr pre-dating the Catholic and Orthodox congregational tradition
  • Christina the Astonishing (1150–1224), also known as 'Christina Mirabilis', a Christian holy-woman of Belgium
Historical figures
Royalty
Entertainers
Sportspeople
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Variant forms

Alternate forms of the name, including spelling variations, nicknames and diminutive forms, include:

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