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From Latin Chrīstus, from Ancient Greek Χριστός, noun use of χριστός, khristos meaning anointed. The word Christian is first used in Antioch, according to Acts xi.25-26.

Singular
Christian

Plural
Christians

Christian (plural Christians)

  1. (Christianity) A believer in Christianity.
  2. (Christianity) An individual who seeks to live his or her life according to the principles and values taught by Jesus Christ.

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Singular
Christian

Plural
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Christian

  1. A male given name found in England since the twelfth century.
  2. A female given name of medieval usage, rare today.

Christian (comparative more Christian, superlative most Christian)

Positive
Christian

Comparative
more Christian

Superlative
most Christian

  1. (not comparable) Of, like or relating to Christianity or Christians.
  2. Kind, charitable.
    That's very Christian of you.
    To non-Christians, this may be an offensive usage (similarly, see the offensive usage of Jew)


Christian

  1. A male given name traditionally popular in Denmark, as the name of ten ruling kings since the fifteenth century.


Christian IPA: /kʁis.tjɑ̃/

  1. A male given name, cognate to Christian.


Christian

  1. A male given name.


Christian

  1. A male given name, an alternative spelling of Kristian.

Christian

  1. A male given name, an alternative spelling of Kristian.
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