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What does Terecena mean?

Terecena Pronunciation of Terecena [tere-ce-na] as a girls' name is of Greek derivation, and the name Terecena means "late summer". Terecena is an alternate form of Teresa (Greek): popular transcription of Theresa.

Associated with: greek.


Terecena has 4 variants: Terasina, Teresina, Terosina and Terrosina.

8 more relations via Teresa: Terese, Teresia, Teresita, Tereska, Teressa, Tereza, Terezia and Terezita.

Creative forms:


Middle name pairings:
Terecena Raylynn (T.R.), ..

How popular is Terecena?

Terecena is an uncommonly occurring given name for women. Terecena is an unusual surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Prominent alternative forms of Terecena (outside Top 2000) are Teresa (#665 in recent rankings), Teressa, Teresita, Teresia and Terese. Usage of these relations of Terecena was widespread among parents 6 decades ago (adoption of 0.91%) and has become much lower since (adoption 0.02%, down 98%). (Top Baby Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Teresa, Terese, Teresia, Teresita, Teressa in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Terecena and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Terecena is pronounced similarly to Terezinha and Theresina. Other suggested similar names are Breena, Careena, Celeena, Cerena, Chereena, Deleena, Dreena, Fareena, Heleena, Kareena, Kerena, Koreena, Kyreena, Leecea (see Licia), Marcena, Mareena, Meleena, Mercina, Noreena, Regeena, Sareena, Sebreena, Sereena, Serena, Serenna, Shereena, Sireena, Tareena, Tarena, Teena, Tercia, Terea, Teree, Tereena, Terella, Terelyn, Terelynn, Terena, Terenia, Terenne, Terezsa, Teriana, Terica, Terina, Terrena, Terrene, Terresa, Terrina, Tersina (see Theresa), Teryna (see Terena), Therena, Treen, Treena, Treesa, Treina, Trena, Trevina, Trifena, Tyrena, Verbeena (see Verbena), Verbena, Vereena, Verena and Zareena. These names tend to be more frequently used than Terecena.

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