What does Krystelle mean?
Krystelle /krys-tel-le/ as a name for girls is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Krystelle is "ice". Krystelle is an alternate form of Crystal (Greek): from "krystallos". Krystelle is also a variant of Krystal (Greek).
Krystelle has 40 variants: Christal▼, Christall, Christel, Christele, Christell, Christelle, Christl, Christol, Christyl, Chrystal▼, Chrystel, Chrystele, Chrystol, Cristal▼, Cristel, Crystall, Crystel, Crystell, Crystle, Khristal, Khristel, Khrystal, Kristal▼, Kristale, Kristall, Kristel, Kristell, Kristelle, Kristl, Kristle, Kristol, Krystale, Krystall, Krystel, Krystil, Krystl, Krystle▼, Krystlelea, Krystol and Krystyl.
Krystelle has 40 more related forms via Crystal, Krystal: Christalene, Christalin, Christalle, Christalyn, Christella, Christle, Christleen, Christline, Chrystalla, Chrystalle, Chrystalynn, Chrystle, Crisiant, Cristalle, Cristalyn, Cristella, Cristle, Crysta, Crystalann, Crystalina, Crystalyn, Crystalynn, Khristalle, Khrystalle, Khrystle, Kristabelle, Kristalee, Kristalena, Kristaline, Kristalyn, Kristella, Krystabelle, Krystalanne, Krystaleen, Krystalin, Krystalina, Krystaline, Krystalle, Krystalline and Krystlea.Kreatif forms: Korstelle, Krystellia, Krystelne. [more]
How popular is Krystelle?
Krystelle is a rare given name for females. Krystelle is also a unique surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is an analysis of the popularity of Krystelle and corresponding names. Prominent varying forms of Krystelle (outside Top 1000) rated in the Top 1000 are Crystal (#477 2 years ago), Kristal, Krystle, Krystal, Crysta, Christel, Chrystal, Cristal and Christal. These relations of Krystelle reached the height of their popularity during the years 1980-1989 (usage of 0.4806%) and are now significantly less widespread (usage 0.0581%, ▼87.9%). Crystal has generally been preferred by parents, and Krystle is now less popular. (2014 Birth Statistics)