What does Khristy mean?
Khristy [khristy] as a girls' name is of Latin origin, and the meaning of the name Khristy is "follower of Christ". Khristy is an alternate form of Christy (Latin): pet variation of Christina and Christine. Khristy is also a variant of Krista (Czechoslovakian, Latin).
Khristy has 20 variants: Christa▼, Christey, Christi▼, Christie▼, Chrystie, Cristi, Cristie, Cristy▼, Khristie, Khrysta, Kristee, Kristey, Kristi▼, Kristie▼, Kristy▼, Krysta▼, Krystee, Krysti, Krystie and Krysty.Creative forms:
(female) Karristy, Karsty, ..
(male) Khriny, Khrit, .. Middle name pairings:
Khristy Noel (K.N.), ..
How popular is Khristy?
Khristy is a rare first name for women. Khristy is a rare surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Krista (#1697 in recent rankings), Krissy, Kris, Kristi, Kristie, Krysta, Kristy, Cristy, Cristie, Christi, Christa, Christie, Christy, Cristi, Crissy and Chrissy are the prominent varying forms of Khristy (not ranked). Other forms, like Kristey, are uncommon. Usage of these forms of Khristy reached its highest during the years 1970-1979 (median #646) and has become significantly less since, with versions such as Kristie becoming somewhat outmoded. Below is a graphed study of the popularity of Khristy and related names. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Khristy is alike in pronunciation to Chrissta, Chrissti, Chrissty, Chrysta, Crista, Khrista and Khristya. Other recommended names are Christl, Christyl, Christyn, Chrisy, Khristal, Khristeen (see Christina), Khristel, Khristen, Khristena (see Christina), Khristian, Khristin, Khristina, Khristine, Khristyana (see Khristina), Khristyna, Khrystal, Khrystle, Khrystyn, Khrystyna, Khrystyne, Kirsti, Kirsty, Kirstyn, Kristal▼, Kristan, Kristel, Kristen▼, Kristin▼, Kristl (see Crystal), Kristle, Kristol, Kristyn▼, Kristyna, Kristyne, Krisy, Krystl, Krystyl (see Crystal) and Krystyn. These names tend to be more frequently used than Khristy.See names in meaning and etymology.