Krystian

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January 19, 2022

Krystiana - the female equivalent of the name Krystian, which was created by adding the suffix -ianus, meaning affiliation or origin, to the Latin name Christinus / Cristinus. It means "Christian, belonging to Christ, of Christ." This name has been attested in Poland since the 13th century in the form of Krzys (z) tyjana, Krystyjana. Old Polish derivative forms: Krczona, Krzczona, Chryścijanica, Chrzczonka. Equivalents in other languages ​​ Latin - Christiana Czech - Kristiána Spanish - Cristiana Dutch - Christiana Lithuanian - Kristijona German - Christiane, Christiana Norwegian - Christiane Serbo-Croatian language - Kristijana Slovak - Kristiána Ukrainian - Chrystja Italian - Cristiana

Krystian's name day is celebrating

On January 4, as a memory of Bl. Krystiana of the Holy Cross (Oringi Menabuoi), On January 21, as a memory of Bl. Krystian of Assisi, On July 26, as a memorial of St. Krystiany of Termonde, and like St. Nina (also called "Krystiana"), ie on January 14.

Famous people bearing the name of Krystian

Christiane Amanpour, CNN's main international correspondent Cristiana Capotondi, Italian actress Christiane Desroches-Noblecourt, French Egyptologist Christiane Vera Felscherinow, the main character and narrator of the book "We, children from the ZOO station" Christiane Fürst, German volleyball player Christiane Knetsch, a German rowing machine Christiane Mercelis, Belgian tennis player Cristiana Muscardini, philosopher, Italian right-wing politician Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard, German biologist, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine Christiane Soeder, Austrian cyclist Christiane Vulpius, consort of Goethe

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