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pinWhat does Christie mean?

Christie /chri-stie/ as a boys' name (also used as girls' name Christie) is of Scottish, Irish and Greek origin, and the meaning of Christie is "bearing Christ". Pet form of Christopher in Scotland and Ireland.


Christie has 1 variant: Christy.

Affiliated boy name: Christian.

Christie has 6 more related forms via Christopher: Chris, Christof, Christofer, Christoph, Christophe and Christos.

Christie has 2 feminine forms: Christina and Christy.

Kreatif forms: Christiery, Corstie, Crostie. [more]

pinHow popular is Christie?

Christie is an unusual first name for males but a very prominent last name for both adults and children (#1874 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Census)

Shown below is a comparison of the popularity of Christie and associated names. Popular variation forms of Christie (not ranked) listed in the Top 1000 are Christopher (#30 via latest list), Christian (#42) and Chris (#514). Other forms, like Christophe, are uncommon. These forms of Christie reached the apex of their popularity during the years 1970-1979 (usage of 0.92%) and have become significantly less common since (usage 0.8%, 12.9%). Christopher has been the recurring favorite, although Christian seems to be gaining favor too, while Chris is no longer trendy. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Chris, Christian, Christopher in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Christian, Christopher outside U.S.

pinSimilar Names

Christie is pronounced similarly to Christo, Cristy and Kristo. Other recommended similar baby names are Aristide, Aristio, Carston, Cheslie, Chesnie, Chessie, Chrestien, Chretien, Chriss, Christan, Christer, Christiaan, Christiano, Christmas, Christoffer, Christoforo, Chrystian, Crichton, Crispin, Cristen, Cristian, Cristiano, Cristino, Cristobal, Cristofer, Cristofor, Criston, Cristopher, Cristos, Cristoval, Crosbie, Kristien and Tristin. These names tend to be more commonly used than Christie.