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1.
A very rare name in America,
but popular in France and Germany.

A feminine form of the Christian.

Pronounced like 'Christy-Anne' for all
the retards who fuck it up all the time
and say "Christian," "Christina," "Christine," etc.

An intelligent female.
Damn, that girl Christiane is so precocious.
by Christianeee June 15, 2008
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2.
A very rare name in America,
but popular in France and Germany.

A feminine form of the Christian.

Pronounced like 'Christy-Anne' for all
the retards who fuck it up all the time
and say "Christian," "Christina," "Christine," etc.

An intelligent female.
Damn, that girl Christiane is so precocious.
by Christianeee June 15, 2008
80 28
 
3.
A female name common in Europe, especially Germany.

It is a variant of "Christian" and means "follower of Christ."

The correct pronunciation of name is "Christy-AH-neh." When a German word ends in the letter "e", it makes a "eh" or "ah" sound. Yes, I agree, it is very frustrating having this name in the US because it is always mispronounced.

Christiane Amanpour is a famous news correspondent for CNN. She, however, pronounces her first name "Christy-ahn."
My maid-of-honor is named Christiane.
by ABeautifulName February 04, 2010
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