christy
noun see christie

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Christy — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Ann Christy (1945 1984; eigentlich Christiane Leenaerts), belgische Sängerin Henry Christy (1810–1865), britischer Bankier, Archäologe und Ethnologe James W. Christy (* 1938), US amerikanischer Astronom… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Christy — m, f Scottish, Irish, and English: variant spelling of CHRISTIE (SEE Christie) …   First names dictionary

  • Christy — Surtout porté dans la Manche, c est soit un nom de personne féminin, variante de Christine, soit un nom de personne masculin, variante de Christin (= Chrétien). Le nom existe aussi en Grande Bretagne (variante : Christie), avec les mêmes sens …   Noms de famille

  • Christy — Christy1 [kris′tē] n. a feminine name: see CHRISTINE Christy2 [kris′tē] Howard Chandler 1873 1952; U.S. painter & illustrator …   English World dictionary

  • Christy — may refer to: Christy (given name) Christy (surname) Christy (novel), by Catherine Marshall Christy (TV series) Christy: Return to Cutter Gap, TV movie based on the TV series Christy Award, given annually for the best Christian novels 129564… …   Wikipedia

  • Christy — biographical name Howard Chandler 1873 1952 American artist …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Christy — /kris tee/, n., pl. Christies. (sometimes l.c.) Skiing. Christiania (def. 2). [by shortening] /kris tee/, n. 1. Edwin P., 1815 62, U.S. minstrel show performer and producer. 2. Howard Chandler /chand leuhr, chahnd /, 1873 1952, U.S. illustrator… …   Universalium

  • Christy — noun A variant of the female name Christie, a diminutive of Christina and related names …   Wiktionary

  • Christy — Although this is a name almost entirely associated with Scotland, as is shown, the first recording is from Yorkshire. The name is a derivation of either Christian or the female Christiana, or Christopher, themselves derivatives of the Roman… …   Surnames reference

  • Christy — n. female first name …   English contemporary dictionary

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