What does Suri mean?
Suri [suri] as a girls' name is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Suri is "princess". A pet form of Sarah. Also possibly (Persian) "red rose". Actor Tom Cruise and actress Katie Holmes named their daughter Suri.
Suri has 26 relations via Sarah: Sadie▲, Saira, Sal, Salli, Sara▼, Sarai▲, Saraia, Saran, Sarha, Sari, Saria, Sarie, Sarika, Sarina, Sarine, Sarita, Sarka, Sarra, Sasa, Sera, Serah, Serita, Shara, Shari▼, Zara▲ and Zaria.Creative forms:
(female) Sairi, Suria, ..
(male) Sumi, Suria, .. Middle name pairings:
Suri Blair (S.B.), ..
How popular is Suri?
Suri is a rare given name for women but a very popular surname for both adults and children (#22821 out of 150436, Top 15%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the birth name history of Suri for girls. Suri entered the list in 2006 and reached its apex position of #1035 in the U.S. in 2012, and is at #1506 presently. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with similar and related girl names. Prominent varying forms of Suri (#1506 in 2015) are Sadie (#52 in 2015), Saira, Sara (#162), Sarah (#58), Sarai (#440), Sari, Sarina (#1342), Sarita, Sera, Shara, Shari, Zara (#402) and Zaria (#872). These relations of Suri were favored by parents during 1980-1989 (average #1276) and have become significantly less common since (#1202, down 67%), with versions like Shari becoming less trendy. Sarah has been the most prevalent, though Sadie is currently the most fashionable.
Suri is pronounced similarly to Cera, Ceri, Ceria, Cira, Ciri, Cyra, Sahra, Sariah, Seara, Seeria, Siara, Siera, Siri, Siria, Syria, Zary and Zora▼. Other suggested similar names are Abri, Airi, Ari▲, Aubri, Audri, Bari, Bri, Cari▼, Cori, Dari, Dori, Gauri, Geri, Jeri▼, Jori, Kari▼, Keri▼, Kiri, Kori▲, Lari, Lauri▼, Liri, Lori▼, Mari▼, Miri, Nari, Peri, Sami, Sheri▼, Shiri, Shura, Soki, Su, Sudie▼, Sue▼, Sukie, Suky, Sula, Sunni, Suse, Susi, Susie▼, Susy, Suze, Suzi, Suzie, Suzu, Suzy, Teri▼ and Tori▼. These names tend to be more frequently used than Suri.See names in meaning and etymology.