Names Ending with -ris for Girls
Adamaris - DeloresPage 1/3 of 42 -ris grouped names.
Adamaris 1 Derivative of Latin language. "To love." Popular. Compare Adamaris with common surname Adamaitis (upper 85%), which also starts with Ada-. ..
Amaris 2 Derived fr. Hebrew element. "Promised by God." Not Top 1000 name.
[Audris, .. 16 more] Form of Audrey 3 Root fr. Old English language. "Noble strength." Not in Top 1000. See also Audriss. ..
Audris 4 Root fr. Old German. "Lucky." Audris is not in the Top 1000. See also Audri.
[Caris, .. 9 more] Form of Carissa 6 Stems fr. Latin, Greek. "Beloved; grace." Cariscy, Carissey and Cyris are kreatif forms. ..
[Caris, .. 2 more] Var. of Carys 7 Origin fr. Welsh language. "Love." Outside Top 1000. See also Carlis. ..
[Charis, .. 20 more] Var. of Cha- 8 Root fr. American element. Combination of the Cha and Che .. Uncommon. Charis, like Clematis, uses the -is ending. See also Chari.
[Charis, .. 26 more] Form of Charity 10 Derived fr. Latin word. "Dear, beloved." Rare. Charis, like Candis, has the androgynous -is ending. See also Claris. ..
[Chris, .. 16 more] Form of Christian 12 Stems fr. Latin word. "Follower of Christ." Unisex name. Unusual. Chris, like Carlis, uses the -is ending. ..
[Chris, .. 33 more] Var. of Christine 14 Based on French, Latin elements. "Follower of Christ." Chris is a conventional (top 12%) feminine name, and exists commonly (top 16%) as a last name. Unisex name. ..
[Claris, .. 14 more] Var. of Clarice 15 Stems fr. Latin word. "Fame." Claris is a commonly occurring (upper 91%) women's name. See also Clarie. ..
[Claris, .. 23 more] Form of Clarissa 16 Source fr. Latin. "Most bright, most famous." Uncommon as a girls' name, but Claris is similar to the more common Charis. See also Clarie. ..
Cypris 18 From Greek language. "From the island of Cyprus." Cypris is a scarce female name. See also Caprise. ..
Damaris [Dameris, Damiris, Damris, Demaris, Maris, .. 14 more] 19 Root fr. Greek, Latin languages. "Calf; to tame; gentle." Usage of Damris and form was common among parents 44 years ago and is now lower, with Damaris becoming somewhat dated.
[Deloris, .. 1 more] Form of Delores 20 Derivative of Spanish, Latin languages. "Sorrows." A moderately offbeat girls' name nowadays, but Deloris still exists regularly as a first name for women. See also Dalores. ..
Summary of names (grouped by variations) for -ris names for girls.Adamaris - Delores
Adamaris, Amaris, Audrey [Audris], Audris, Beatrice [Beitris, Beatris, Beeatris], Carissa [Caris], Carys [Caris], Cha- [Charis], Charis [Karis], Charity [Charis], Chloris [Kloris, Cloris, Khloris], Christian [Chris], Christina [Kris▼, Cris, Chris], Christine [Chris], Clarice [Claris], Clarissa [Claris], Cloris [Chloris], Cypris, Damaris [Maris, Damris, Dameris, Damiris, Demaris], Delores [Deloris]Demetria - Priscilla
Demetria [Demetris], Dolores [Deloris], Doris [Dorris], Edris, Eldora [Eldoris], Eris, Flora [Floris], Florence [Floris], Idris [Edris, Eedris], Iris▲, Karis, Krista [Kris▼, Khris], Lori [Loris], Lyris, Maris [Meris, Marris], Marissa [Meris], Nerys [Neris], Paris▲ [Parris], Perri [Perris], Priscilla [Pris]Tigris - Tricia
Tigris, Tricia [Tris]