What does Mesa mean?
Associated with: hill (mountain)
(female) Mesai, Mese, ..
(male) Mesam, Mesama, ..
How popular is Mesa?
Mesa is an uncommon given name for females but a very popular surname for all people (#2915 out of 150436, Top 2%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Shown below is an analysis of the popularity of Mesa and affiliated names. Savannah (#39 from current records), Sierra (#352), Siera and Ciera are the prominent related forms of Mesa (not in Top 2000) appearing in the Top 2000. Usage of these relations of Mesa was widespread 14 years ago (median #538) and is somewhat lower today (#1097, ▼49.5%). Savannah is more familiar than the rest, while forms like Ciera have lost favor. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Mesa is alike in pronunciation to Maci, Macy, Maisy and Missy. Other recommended names are Assa, Dusa, Elsa▲, Helsa, Ilsa, Jemsa, Jessa▲, Leasa, Lisa▼, Lusa, Lysa, Maeja, Maia▲, Maja, Mala, Mara▲, Masha, Mata, Mea, Mead, Meara, Mecca, Meda▼, Media, Meeca, Meeka, Meena, Meera, Meg, Megan▼, Mei, Meica, Mekea, Mel, Mela, Melba▼, Melesa, Melisa▼, Mella, Melosa, Melya, Mena, Mera, Merl, Meta▼, Meya, Mica, Miesha, Mika, Mila▲, Mima, Mina, Misha, Miya▲, Moja, Mona▼, Mora, Mya▲, Myesha, Myka, Myla▲, Myra▼, Nessa, Nevsa, Neysa, Nysa, Orsa, Reesa, Risa, Tasa and Tesa. These names tend to be more commonly used than Mesa.