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Girl Names Starting with Cr-

Cr- baby names and what they mean, with 23 results. Cr- names are used more often as masculine names. Adoption of these girl names was at its highest in the 1980s (adoption of 1.26%) and has become much lower since (adoption 0.04%, 97% less), with names like Cristina falling out of fashion. Creel (top 3%) and Creech (2%) are popular Cr- last names. Here is the list of Cr- names for boys.

Cr- names

Crecia - Cristiana | Cristina - Crystal

Crecia - Cristiana

Root fr. Latin word. "Succeed." Cecia is a moderately popular birth name. See also Precia.

Var. of Lucretia. Origin fr. Latin word. "Succeed." Unconventional, but Crecia is similar to popular last names Careccia (upper 56%), Ciarcia (40%), which also end with -cia. See also Cericia.

Based on Native American Indian. Name of a tribe in Canada .. Adoption of Cree peaked in 1991. Gender-neutral name.

Var. of Cordelia. Source fr. Latin word. "Heart." Creiddylad is unique as a children's name.

Creola and variantsCreola, var. Creole, Creolla, Criolla
Stems fr. French, Portuguese. "Of American birth but European descent." Creola is commonly used as a birth name among these versions.

Crescent, var. Crescence, Crescenta, Crescentia, Cressant, Cressentia, Cressent, Cressentya
Based on Old French, Latin words. "Increasing, growing." Outside Top 2000.

Cressida, var. Cressa, Cressy
From Greek element. "Gold." Cressida, Cressa and Cressy are unique as birth names.

Christina and variantsCris, Crissey, Crissie1, Crissy1, Cristal, Crista1, Cristel1, Cristelle, Cristen1, Cristi1, Cristena, Cristie1, Cristin1, Cristina, Cristiona, Cristine, Cristy1, Crysta1, Crystal, Crystene, Crystena, Crystie1, Crystina, Crystine, Crystyna
Forms of Christina. From Latin. "Follower of Christ." Cris (top 84%), Crissy (63%), Crista (53%), Cristal (34%), Cristen (68%), Cristi (46%), Cristie (67%), Cristin (48%), Cristina (10%), Cristine (39%), Cristy (29%), Crysta (91%) and Crystal (2%) are common female names.

Var. of Chrysantha. Based on Greek element. "Golden flower." Crisanca and Crisna are creative variations. See also Crisanta.

Derived fr. Greek language. "Golden flower." Compare last names Crisante, Crisanti. See also Corisanda.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cr- names: Cree, Creola, Cris, Criselda, Crissie

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cr- names: Crissy, Crista, Cristal, Cristen, Cristi

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cr- names: Cristian, Cristie, Cristin, Cristina, Cristine

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cr- names: Cristy, Crysta, Crystal

Form of Chriselda. Root fr. Greek word. "Bearing Christ." Moderately atypical as a children's name these days, but Criselda is still recorded commonly as a first name for women.

Root fr. Latin element. "Curly-haired." Unusual. Crispina is not listed in the US Census.

Christy and variantsCrissa, Crissie2, Crissy2, Cristi2, Cristy2, Cristie2
Forms of Christy. Based on Latin element. "Follower of Christ." Crissy (top 66%), Cristi (61%) and Cristy (45%) are found often as surnames.

Var. of Chrissie. Origin fr. Latin language. "Follower of Christ." Less popular today. Crissy was last found in the 1980s in the Top 2000. See also Cerisse.

Christa and variantsCrista2, Crysta2, Crystie2
Forms of Christa. Based on Latin word. "Follower of Christ." Crystie is unusual as a children's name among the forms of Christa.

Cristabel, Cristabell, Cristabella, Cristabelle, Crystabella, Crystabel
Forms of Christabel. Stems fr. Latin, French. "Beautiful Christian." Unique. Cristabell (compare Christall) ends with the unconventional androgynous-sounding -ll.

Krystal and variantsCristalle, Cristel2, Crysta3
Forms of Krystal. Stems fr. Greek. "Ice." Crysta is recognizable (top 91%) as a female name, whereas Cristalle and Cristel are atypical.

Christen and variantsCristen2, Cristin2, Cristyn
Var. of Christen. Origin fr. Latin word. "Follower of Christ." Less widespread today. Cristen and Cristin were forms last recorded (1991) in the Top 2000.

Christian and variantsCristian, Cristiana1, Cristianna, Cristianne
Var. of Christian. Stems fr. Latin. "Follower of Christ." Cristiana, Cristianna and Cristianne are more rarefied as baby names among the variations of Christian.

Var. of Christiana. From Latin. "Follower of Christ." Outside Top 2000. See also Cristianne.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Cr- names for girls.

1. Crecia - Cristiana
Crecia, Lucretia [Crecia], Cree, Cordelia [Creiddylad], Creola [Creole, Creolla, Criolla], Crescent [Cressent, Cressant, Crescence, Crescenta, Crescentia, Cressentya, Cressentia], Cressida [Cressa, Cressy], Christina [Crysta, Crystal, Crystie, Crystine, Crystina, Crystena, Crystene, Crystyna, ..], Chrysantha [Crisanna], Crisanta, Chriselda [Criselda], Crispina, Christy [Crissa, Crissy, Cristi, Cristy, Cristie, Crissie], Chrissie [Crissy], Christa [Crista, Crysta, Crystie], Christabel [Cristabel, Crystabel, Cristabell, Cristabelle, Crystabella, Cristabella], Krystal [Crysta, Cristel, Cristalle], Christen [Cristen, Cristin, Cristyn], Christian [Cristian, Cristiana, Cristianna, Cristianne], Christiana [Cristiana]

Cristina, Christine [Crystin, Cristine], Crystal [Crystle, Crystel, Crystall, Crystell, Crystalyn, Crystalann, Crystalynn, Crystalina, ..]

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