What does Jessa mean?
37 more different relations via Jessica, Jessie: Jassica, Jecca, Jesaca, Jesca, Jesenia, Jesica, Jesicca, Jesika, Jesirae, Jeslyn, Jess, Jessaca, Jessaka, Jessalin, Jessalyn, Jessamae, Jessamyn, Jessana, Jessca, Jesscia, Jesseca, Jessicia, Jessicka, Jessika▼, Jessina, Jessiqua, Jesslyn, Jessyca, Jessyka, Jesyka, Jezeca, Jezica, Jezika, Jezyca, Jyssika, Tessica and Yessica.Creative forms:
(female) Jesna, Josa, ..
(male) Jesjai, Jesni, .. Middle name pairings:
Jessa Estelle (J.E.), ..
How popular is Jessa?
Jessa is an unusual given name for women. Jessa is an uncommon last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Jessa entered the list in 1990 and reached its top position of #546 in the U.S. in the year 2015. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Popular variation forms of Jessa (#546 from current records) rated in the Top 2000 are Jessica (#206 from current records), Jessie (#617), Jessalyn (#1816), Jessika, Jesslyn, Yessica, Jessye, Jessy, Jesseca, Jesika, Jesica, Jeslyn, Jess, Jesenia, Jesse and Jessi. Other variants, like Jessiqua, are seldom used. These relations of Jessa reached the apex of their popularity 35 years ago (usage of 3.68%) and have become significantly less popular since (usage 0.15%, ▼95.8%), with versions such as Jessika falling out of fashion. Jessica has been the overall favorite, though Jessa has grown popular as well over time.
Jessa▲ is alike in pronunciation to Josee, Josey, Josie▲ and Josy. Other recommended names are Alessa, Anessa, Assa, Chessa, Cressa, Dessa, Elssa, Helsa, Inessa, Jalessa, Janessa▲, Jeana, Jeena, Jelisa, Jelissa, Jelka, Jemma▲, Jemsa, Jena▼, Jenda, Jenessa, Jenna▼, Jeressa, Jessamy, Jesusa, Jetta, Jeyla, Jinessa, Jonessa, Joss, Jozsa, Justa, Kelsa, Leasa, Leesa, Leisa, Lissa, Lyssa, Mesa, Nessa, Nevsa, Neysa, Nissa, Nyssa, Odessa▼, Orssa, Reesa, Tassa (see Tasha), Tersa, Tesa, Tessa▲, Tossa and Tressa. These names tend to be more commonly used than Jessa.See names in meaning and etymology.