Happy Birthday Kirsty Personalized Card
– Happy birthday to you Kirsty! I wish you a very special day, sending this Happy Birthday Kirsty personalized card to you. Dear Kirsty, I wish a bright and beautiful day to you on your special day. This named card was specially designed for Kirsty’s birthday. Kirsty is also a good name to be given to newborn babies and kids. Here you can also find the best travel and gift ideas; such as comfortable furniture, appliances, shoes, jewelry, apparel, or holiday trips, for Kirsty.
Kirsty Given Name Meaning & History
GENDER: Feminine; USAGE: Scottish. Origin Greek, Latin: Christian. Diminutive of KIRSTIN. The meaning of Kirsty is “Christian” and ” Anointed”. Its origin is “Variant of the Finnish and English name Kirsti”. This name is mostly being used as a girls name. Variant spelling of Kirsti, which is both a variant of the name Christina that is used in Finnish and a nickname for the Danish and Norwegian name Kirsten. — This name derives from the Latin “Christianus”, meaning “Christian, follower of Christ”. (The term “Christ” was applied to Jesus by early Greek-speaking Christians). In turn the name derives from the Ancient Greek “khrio-tos” or khristos, meaning “Messiah or Christ, an epithet of Jesus of Nazareth, to be rubbed on, used as ointment or salve“(Hebrew translation of “Māšîaḥ”, commonly spelled in English “messiah” (Arabic: al-Masīḥ), which also means “anointed”. Messiah is used as a title for Jesus in the New Testament. Saint Christina of Persia also Martyr Christina of Persia is venerated as a Christian martyr of the 6th century. Her feast day is on 13 March. Saint Christina of Bolsena, also known as Christina of Tyre, or in the Eastern Orthodox Church as Christina the Great Martyr is venerated as a Christian martyr of the 3rd century. Christina the Astonishing (1150–1224) was a Christian holy-woman born in Brustem (near Sint-Truiden, Belgium). She was considered a saint in contemporary times. Christian in the 17th and 18th centuries was a popular female first name in Scotland.