What does Tera mean?
Tera /tera/ [2 sylls.] as a name for girls. Tera's name origins are Latin and Greek, and the name Tera means "earth; late summer". Tera is an alternate form of Terra (Latin). Mythology: the Roman earth goddess. Tera is also a variation of Theresa (Greek).
Tera▼ has 40 more related variations via Terra, Theresa: Resi, Rezi, Rezka, Taresa, Terasa, Teresa▼, Terese▼, Teresia, Teresina, Teresita, Teressa▼, Tereza, Terezinha, Terezsa, Terresa, Terresia, Terrosina, Tersa, Tersina, Tersita, Terza, Tess▼, Tessa▲, Tessey, Tessi, Tessie▼, Tessy, Therese▼, Theresina, Theresita, Theressa, Tracey▼, Tracie▼, Tracy▼, Treesa, Tresa, Trescha, Tressa▼, Treza and Zita.Kreatif forms: Temra, Tere. [more]
How popular is Tera?
Tera is a very prominent first name for females (#1141 out of 4276, Top 27%) but an uncommon last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the birth name popularity of Tera for girls. Tera entered the list in 1970-1979 and reached its highest position of #539 in the U.S. then, but is not in the Top 1000 at the moment. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Tessa (#221 in 2014), Teresa (#719), Tierra, Tiera, Therese, Tracey, Tracie, Zita, Tressa, Tresa, Tracy, Theresa, Tessie, Teressa, Teresita, Terese, Teri, Terra, Tess, Terry and Terri are the popular alternative forms of Tera appearing in the Top 1000. Forms like Tereza are uncommon. These girl names were at the height of their popularity during 1960-1969 (usage of 0.391%) and have become much less popular since (usage 0.0482%, down 87.7%), with forms such as Tess, Teresa, Theresa, Terra and Teri falling out of style. Tessa (#221) is the most fashionable birth name in this compilation. Shown below is an analysis of the usage of Tera and affiliated names. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Tera▼ is alike in pronunciation to Tara▼, Tarah, Tarra, Taura, Teara, Terea, Teree, Terie, Tiara▼, Tora, Tori▼, Toria, Tory, Tyra▼ and Tyria. Other recommended similar baby names are Bera, Cera, Hera, Kera, Mera, Nera, Pera, Sera, Tea▼, Tedra, Tena▼, Tesa, Teza, Thora▼, Thyra, Trea, Treia, Treya and Vera▲. These names tend to be less commonly used than Tera.