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181 Christanne English Variant of Christian. Follower of Christ. F
182 Christene English Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ. F
183 Christene Latin Variant of Christiana. Follower of Christ. F
184 Christiane French Follower of Christ. F
185 Christiane Greek Christian. F
186 Christie English Diminutives of any masculine or feminine name begining with Christ-, for example Christahel, Christian, or Christopher. F
187 Christie Greek Feminine form of Christopher: From the Greek word meaning 'carrier of Christ', Famous bearer: St Christopher, patron Saint of travellers, is believed to have carried the Christ-child across a river. F
188 Christie Irish Abbreviation of Christine. Follower of Christ. F
189 Christie Latin Diminutive of Christahel: Beautiful Christian, from 'Christus' meaning Christ and 'bella' meaning beautiful. F

190 Christie Scottish Abbreviation of Christine. Follower of Christ. F
191 Christine English A variant of Christina. In the 1950s, Christine was one of the three most common feminine names in Britain. Famous people: American tennis player Chris Lloyd was born Christine Evert. F
192 Christine French Follower of Christ. F
193 Christine Greek Christian. F
194 Christine Latin Christian. F
195 Chrysonoe Latin Daughter of Cleitus. F
196 Chrystie Greek Anointed one; a Christian. F
197 Chyse Latin Daughter of Pallas. F
198 Cinnie Celtic Beauty. F
199 Circe Greek A witch. F
200 Circe Latin The mythological sorceress who tempted Perseus and changed his men to swine and back to men. F