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What does Cherisa mean?

Cherisa /cher-isa/ as a name for girls. Cherisa's root is Old French, and Cherisa means "cherry". Cherisa is an alternate form of Cherise (Old French) with the suffix -a.

Associated with: cherry (tree).


Cherisa has 6 variants: Cheresa, Shereeza, Sheresa, Sheriesa, Sherisa and Sherissa.

Cherisa has 14 more related forms via Cherise: Cherece, Chereese, Cherese, Cheresse, Cherice, Cheriese, Cherisse, Cherrice, Cherrise, Cheryce, Cheryse, Sherese, Sherise and Sherrica.

Kreatif forms:
(female) Cheisa, Cherce, ..

(male) Cherter, Chervis, ..

How popular is Cherisa?

Cherisa is an uncommonly occurring given name for females. Cherisa is an uncommon surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)


Ranking and usage % can show different trends depending on the distribution of names that year.

Shown below is an analysis of the usage of the girl name Cherisa and affiliated names. Cherise is the only prominent related form of Cherisa (not ranked). Other forms, like Chereese, are uncommon. Adoption of this relation of Cherisa was common among parents 44 years ago. (Top Baby Names, 2014)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cherise in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Cherisa and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names


Cherisa is alike in pronunciation to Charesa, Charissa, Chariza, Sharisa and Sharissa. Other recommended names are Caresa, Caris, Carisa, Carisia, Carrisa, Carrissa, Ceres, Cerese, Ceria, Cerice, Cericia, Cerisa, Cerise, Cerissa, Cerisse, Cerys, Charese, Charice, Charis, Charisa, Charise, Charish, Charisha, Charisma, Charisse, Charista, Charita, Charlisa, Charmisa, Cheerish, Chelisa, Chelise, Cherena, Cheri, Cherida, Cherie, Cherina, Cherish, Cherishe, Cherit, Cherita, Cherith, Cherrish, Cherysh, Chessa, Chris, Chrisie, Chrissa, Chrissy, Christa, Chrisy, Chryssa, Cieria, Clarisa, Clerissa, Corisa, Corissa, Corrissa, Crecia, Cressa, Cris, Crissa, Shelisa, Sheria, Sherica, Sherifa, Sherina, Sherita, Theresa and Thersa. These names tend to be more commonly used than Cherisa.