What does Chrystian mean?
Chrystian [chrys-t-ian] as a girls' name (also used as boys' name Chrystian) has its root in Latin, and Chrystian means "follower of Christ". Chrystian is an alternate spelling of Christian (Latin): from Latin Christianus.
(female) Chrystan, Chrystna, ..
(male) Chrystan, Chrysting, .. Middle name pairings:
Chrystian Marleigh (C.M.), ..
How popular is Chrystian?
Chrystian is an uncommonly occurring given name for women. Chrystian is also an uncommon surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Christina (#333 via latest list), Christiana (#1274), Christian (#1694), Kristian, Cristian, Christianna and Christiane are the prominent alternative forms of Chrystian (not ranked). Other forms, like Christianne, are uncommon. Usage of these forms of Chrystian was at its highest during 1980-1989 (adoption of 1.3%) and has become much reduced since (adoption 0.1%, ▼94.8%). (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Chrystian is alike in pronunciation to Christiann and Khrystianne. Other recommended names are Charista, Chastin, Chrisstan (see Christina), Chrissti, Chrisstina (see Christina), Chrisstine, Christal▼, Christalin, Christall, Christalyn, Christan, Christanna, Christanne, Christeen, Christel, Christele, Christell, Christen▼, Christene, Christi▼, Christia, Christianni, Christie▼, Christin▼, Christine▼, Christinia, Christinie (see Christine), Christinn, Christl, Christleen, Christline, Christmas, Christna, Christol, Christon, Christy▼, Christyann (see Christiana), Christyl, Christyn, Chryssa, Chrysta, Chrystal▼, Chrystalle, Chrystalynn, Chrystee (see Christina), Chrystele, Chrystelle, Chrystie, Chrystina, Chrystle, Chrystobel, Chrystol, Chrystyna, Cristal▼, Cristen, Cristianna, Cristin, Cristina▼, Cristine, Cristyn, Crysta, Crystal▼, Crystalyn, Crystel, Crystell, Crystena, Crystin, Crystine, Khrysta, Khrystal, Khrystina (see Khristina), Khrystyn and Krystin. These names tend to be more commonly used than Chrystian.See names in meaning and etymology.