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כריסטופר, שם פרטי לזכר; שם משפחה
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is an English name derived from the
name Χριστόφορος (Christóphοros). The name is frequently translated as “Christ-bearer”, although a more literal translation would be “Bearer of the anointed one”. In the Roman times people named Christoph or Christophoros were said to have the ability to see the future in their dreams. The constituent parts are χρίστος (chrístos) which means literally
and φέρω (phéro) meaning
. The word
is generally understood to refer to the person of
, the Judeo-Christian
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