What does Sharyl mean?
Sharyl /sha-ryl/ [2 sylls.] as a girls' name is of Old German, French and Greek origin, and Sharyl means "free man; cherry fruit; green gemstone". Sharyl is a version of Charlotte (Old German). Sharyl is also a form of Cheryl (French, Greek): not found before the 1920s.
Sharyl has 34 variants: Charell, Charelle, Charil, Charill, Charyl, Cherell, Cherelle, Cherrell, Cherrill, Cherryl, Cheryle▼, Cheryll, Cherylle, Chyril, Chyrill, Sharel, Sharell, Sharil, Sharrell, Sharyll, Sherell, Sheril, Sherill, Sherrell, Sherril, Sherrill▼, Sherryl▼, Sheryell, Sheryl▼, Sheryle, Sheryll, Shiral, Shyril and Shyrill.
Sharyl has 38 more related forms via Charlotte, Cheryl: Carla▼, Carly▲, Char, Chara, Charla▼, Charle, Charlet, Charlie▲, Charlot, Charly, Charlyne, Charo, Charty, Cherie▼, Cherlyn, Cherylee, Cherylyn, Karla▲, Karli▼, Karly▼, Sharla▼, Sharleen, Sharlene▼, Sharlet, Sharlett, Sharline, Sharlot, Sharlott, Sharmain, Sharmayne, Sharmian, Sharmion, Sherai, Sheri▼, Sherie, Sherrie▼, Sherry▼ and Sherye.Kreatif forms: Saryl, Shanryl, Sharylle. [more]
How popular is Sharyl?
Sharyl is a somewhat popular first name for females (#2635 out of 4276, Top 62%) but a rare last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Below is a graphed analysis of the popularity of Sharyl and corresponding names. Charlotte (#10 the previous year), Charlie (#229), Carly (#357), Karla (#504), Carla (#864), Sherie, Sherrie, Sherryl, Sheryl, Sheri, Sherry, Sherrill, Karli, Cherie, Charla, Cheryl, Cheryle, Sharla, Karly and Sharlene are the popular alternative forms of Sharyl (not ranked) rated in the Top 1000. Variants like Charelle are seldom used. These girl names were at the height of their popularity during 1950-1959 (usage of 0.4496%) and are now much less widespread (usage 0.1518%, down 66.2%), with versions such as Carla, Karly, Karli, Cheryle and Cheryl becoming somewhat outmoded. Charlie (#229), Charlotte (#10), Carly (#357) and Karla (#504) are four of the more chic girl names in this list, with Charlie and Charlotte having a resurgence in usage. (2014 Birth Statistics)