Crispin definition by Webster's New World
a masculine name
Origin: Classical Latin Crispinus ; from crispus, curled (see crisp), hence, literally , curly
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Crispin, Saint (3d cent. ); Rom. Christian martyr: patron saint of shoemakers: his day is Oct. 25
Crispin definition by American Heritage Dictionary
, Saint Third century A.D.
Roman shoemaker who with his brother Saint Crispinian sought to spread Christianity and was martyred.