Greek: Christian, follower of Christ; feminine form of Christian
Cristina is the Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Romanian version of the timeless Christina. And while it's the less popular of the two in the U.S., something about that missing "h" makes it feel more worldly and spohisticated than the original.
How popular is Cristina? Here's how many babies were named Cristina over time, according to the U.S. Social Security Administration.
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