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Christine is a French form of Christina. Christina originates in Latin language and means "Christian woman". It is a feminine form of Christian, ultimately derived from Greek. In Christian tradition, there are several saints of this name. It has also been a popular name within royalty over centuries. More recently, it was popularized by the American artist Christina Aguilera.

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Christine Anderson - musician
Christine Andreas - actress
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Christine Elise - actress
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Christine Harris - writer
Christine Jensen - jazz artist
Christine Lahti - actress
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Christine McVie - musician
Kristin Butcher - writer
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Kristin Hersh - musician
Kristin Korb - jazz artist
Kristin Richardson - actress
Kristin Thomas - actress

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