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Gender: F Meaning of Christine: "anointed" Origin of Christine: French variation of Christina Christine's Popularity in 2013: #705

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Christine was the dominant feminine variation of Christopher forty or fifty years ago, when French e-endings were preferred over 'a's: it was a Top 20 name for several years, from 1967 to 1974. But though it still hangs in on the popularity list, today most any other version would be considered more stylish, from Kristen to Kirsten to Christian to Christina herself.

Christine is the heroine of the 1910 novel and hit musical Phantom of the Opera and the automotive protagonist of a Stephen King's 1983 horror novel. Christine has been serenaded in song by everyone from Elton John to Kiss to Motorhead.

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Famous People Named Christine

Christine Taylor, American actress (wife of Ben Stiller)
Christine Quinn, American politician
Christine Brown, TV personality on show "Sister Wives" (3rd wife)
Christine de Pizan, medieval French writer

Pop Culture References for the Name Christine

Christine Daae, The Phantom of the Opera
Christine - book by Stephen King
Christine Chapel - a character from Star Trek: The Original Series.
Christine Angela, Temperance Brennan and Booth's daughter in "Bones"
Christine "Spike" Nelson, character from Degrassi
Christine Ellen "Chrissy" Seaver, character from Growing Pains
Christine Everhart, from movie "Iron Man"
Christine Lucas, from book "Before I Go To Sleep"
Christine "Cricket" Blair, character from "The Young & the Restless"
Christine Royce, a character from the video game 'Fallout: New Vegas - Dead Money'
Christine Canady 'CC', the main character in the novel 'Goddess of the Sea' (PC Cast)
Christine Townsend, character in Yesterday's child, by Barbara Wood