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Chrétien Meaning - Origin and Names

Chrétien Meaning - Origin and Names



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Origin of first name:

Latins

Meaning of the name:

The name Chrétien is the ancient form of Christian in medieval times. It comes from the Latin word "christianus" which means "disciple of Christ".

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The Christians are celebrated the same day as Saint Christian. Christian of Poland was a Camaldolese monk sent on a mission of evangelization in Poland. He was martyred near Casimiria, on the Warta, in 1003.

His character :

Christian is a strong and manly boy. At first glance, it may seem strict and authoritarian. In reality, he hides a sensitive soul. Once comfortable, he turns out to be a loving and charitable boy with a heart on his hand. Generous and attentive, Chrétien appreciates the company of others, even if he is not very communicative. Being in search of the recognition of others and the affection of those around him, he does not hesitate to invest in complicated activities or projects. To achieve his goal, he is ready for anything, including working hard.

Derivatives:

Carsten, Chris, Christen, Christian, Christiano, Kristen and Kristiaan.

His party :

The Christians are celebrated on November 12th.

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