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  1. #11
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    Yes, sorry. I also can't help but think "Aguilera".
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  2. #13
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    I know a teenager named Christina and it suits her well. It is much less dated than Christine.

  3. #15
    I LOVE it, it might be my favorite common classic name. I love the nicknames Christy, Chrissy, Christa, and Tina. I think some consider it dated because there were a lot of them in the 70s, but it's still popular now and I know young Christinas (I'm about to be a senior in high school and there's one in my grade). I think the downfall of the name is that it's been so consistently popular that it isn't that surprising, like it isn't a very head-turning or noticeable name. But I still love it!
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  4. #17
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    I think it isn't dated, and it will be refreshing to see a few little girls with names that are clear in terms of whether they are girls or boys and easy to spell! I volunteer, and have to meet the kids sometimes before I know which sex they are (can't tell from the name if "Hunter" is a boy or girl - it has turned out to be a girl sometimes.) and others where I can't figure out how to pronounce the name until I ask them what their name is.

  5. #19
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    As an older Berry, my best friend's name is Christina (plus numerous friends of varying ages named Christine). I think it is a beautiful name and not only ages well but can be a delightful name. All the people I know with with either variation suit their name to a 'tee".

    These days I think it would be a refreshing change from the other classic names that are currently very popular...so I would say 'go for it'!

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