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Gender: F Meaning of Kristina: "annointed, a Christian" Origin of Kristina: Scandinavian variation of Christina Kristina's Popularity in 2015: #742

This streamlined form of a pretty and feminine classic may be trending downward, but it's never out of style. Nonetheless, Kristina experienced its first modest rise in popularity—from Number 780 in 2014 to Number 742 in 2015—for the first time since 1989. A royal name best used now in its full glory rather than as nicknames Kris or Kristy.

Famous People Named Kristina

Kristina Pimenova, Russian model
Kristina Mladenovic, French tennis player
Kristina Barrois, German tennis player
Kristina Cankovic, Serbian ballerina & former singer in group Luna
Kristina Ivanovic, blind Serbian singer
Kristina Dzuljien Todorovic (2006), daughter of Serbian singer Jana & footballer Ivan Todorovic
Kristina Klebe, American actress
Kristina Kerscher Keneally, Australian politician, former premier of New South Wales
Kristina Nicole Groves, Canadian Olympic speed skater
Kristina Šmigun-Vähi, Estonian Olympic cross-country skier
Kristina Vogel, German Olympic cyclist
Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of Whitney Houston
Kristina Nilsson, Swedish opera singer and actress

Pop Culture References for the name Kristina

Kristina Anna Nichols Braverman, character on TV's "Parenthood"
Kristina Cassadine, character on soap "General Hospital"
Kristina Jung, character in movie "Blow"

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