What does Christianne mean?
Christianne [chris-tianne] as a girls' name is of Latin derivation, and the name Christianne means "follower of Christ". Christianne is an alternate form of Christian (Latin): from Latin Christianus. Christianne is also a derivative of Christiana (Latin).
(male) Middle name pairings:
Christianne Bristol (C.B.), ..
How popular is Christianne?
Christianne is an unusual first name for females. Christianne is an equally uncommon last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Christina (#333 last year), Christiana (#1274), Christian (#1694), Kristian, Cristian, Christianna and Christiane are the popular alternative forms of Christianne (not in Top 2000) listed in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Krystianne, are uncommon. Usage of these forms of Christianne was common among parents during 1980-1989 (average #1192) and is now significantly reduced (#1614, ▼94.8%), with forms like Kristian going out of style. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Christianne is alike in pronunciation to Kristiane. Other suggested similar names are Charista, Chastine, Chiprianna, Chrisanna, Christabel, Christable, Christain, Christaine, Christalene, Christalin, Christalyn, Christanna, Christanne, Christeen, Christeena, Christele, Christell, Christella, Christelle, Christen▼, Christey (see Christy), Christi▼, Christia, Christine▼, Christini, Christinna, Christl, Christleen, Christline, Christmar (see Christina), Christmas, Christna, Christobel, Christol, Christon, Christy▼, Christyl, Christyn, Christyne, Chrystabel, Chrystal▼, Chrystalle, Chrystie, Chrystina, Chrystine, Chrystle, Chrystyn, Chrystyna, Corrianne, Crisiant, Crista, Cristabel, Cristal▼, Cristalle, Cristalyn, Cristelle, Cristen, Cristena, Cristi, Cristie, Cristina▼, Cristle, Crystalann, Crystene, Crystin, Crystina, Khristin, Khristina, Khristine, Krisanne, Kristiana, Kristinna, Krystianna and Viridianne (see Viridiana). These names tend to be more commonly used than Christianne.See names in meaning and etymology.