What does Cristian mean?
Cristian [cris-t-ian] as a girls' name (also used more commonly as boys' name Cristian) is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Cristian is "follower of Christ". Cristian is a variant form of Christian (Latin): from Latin Christianus.
(male) Middle name pairings:
Cristian Jaslyn (C.J.), ..
How popular is Cristian?
Cristian is a rare first name for females but a very popular surname for all people (#64750 out of 150436, Top 43%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Cristian entered the list in 1991 and reached its peak rank of #1740 in the U.S. then, but is not listed currently. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Prominent related forms of Cristian are Christina (#333 in recent rankings), Christiana (#1274), Christian (#1694), Kristian, Christianna and Christiane. These relations of Cristian reached the height of their popularity in the 1980s (average #1192) and are now much less popular (#1614, ▼95%), with forms such as Kristian becoming somewhat outmoded.
Cristian is pronounced similarly to Christiann, Kristiane, Kristiann and Kristianne. Other suggested similar names are Brisia, Chrissta (see Christina), Chrissti, Chrisstina (see Christina), Christal▼, Christalin, Christan, Christanna, Christanne, Christel, Christen▼, Christene, Christia, Christienne, Christin▼, Christinn, Christinna, Christle, Christleen, Christline, Christmar (see Christina), Christmas, Christy▼, Christyann (see Christiana), Christyn, Christyna, Christyne, Chrystal▼, Chrystie, Chrystina, Chrystyn, Cressida, Crisiant, Crispina, Crissie (see Christina), Cristalyn, Cristel, Cristella, Cristelle, Cristena, Cristi, Cristie, Cristin, Cristine, Cristy▼, Cristyn, Crystal▼, Crystalann, Crystell, Crystene, Crystie, Crystin, Crystina, Crystle, Hristina, Krista▼, Kristal▼, Kristeen, Kristi▼, Kristiana, Kristijna, Kristina▼, Kristine▼, Kristinna, Kristyn▼, Krystiana, Trista▼, Tristana, Tristina, Tristyn and Trystan. These names tend to be more frequently used than Cristian.See names in meaning and etymology.