What does Teresita mean?
Teresita /te-re-si-ta/ as a girls' name. Teresita's name origin is Greek, and the meaning of Teresita is "late summer". Teresita is an alternate form, with the suffix -ita, of Teresa (Greek): popular transcription of Theresa. See also Zita.
Associated with: greek
Teresita has 31 more related forms via Teresa, Theresa: Taresa, Terasa, Terasina, Terecena, Terese, Teresia, Teresina, Tereska, Teressa, Teresse, Tereza, Terezia, Terezilya, Terezinha, Terezsa, Terosina, Terresa, Terresia, Terrosina, Tersa, Tersia, Tersina, Tersita, Terushka, Teruska, Tesia, Theresina, Theressa, Tresa, Trescha and Tressa.Kreatif forms:
(female) Teresima, Tresita, ..
(male) Teresima, Teresital, ..
How popular is Teresita?
Teresita is a very prominent first name for women (#1100 out of 4276, Top 26%) but an unusual surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Charted below is the baby name popularity of Teresita for girls. Teresita entered the list in 1940-1949 and reached its apex position of #1388 in the U.S. in the 1960s, but is not in the list currently. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Teresa (#719 from recent data), Theresa (#1126), Theressa, Tressa, Zita, Tresa, Terresa, Terese, Teresia, Teressa and Tesia are the prominent related forms of Teresita. These forms of Teresita reached the height of their popularity in the 1960s (median #1167) and have become much less widespread since (#1820, ▼98%), with forms such as Theresa becoming somewhat dated.
Suggested similar names are Berenisa (see Berenice), Bernita, Bertita (see Bertha), Celesia, Celesta, Cerelia, Cerrita, Genesia, Hersila (see Ersilia), Inesita, Jeremia, Jeressa, Leretta (see Loretta), Marsita, Meredith▼, Nereida, Perdita, Perita, Perlita, Persia, Serenity▲, Serita, Teeta, Tempesta, Tenesha, Tercia, Terea, Tereena, Tereigh, Terella, Terena, Terenia, Terica, Terika, Terina, Terrina, Tersha, Tertia, Tessia, Tessica, Treia, Treina, Trevia, Trevina, Trinita, Trisia, Trista▼, Tristan▼, Tristina, Trysta, Trystan, Venusita, Verita, Vernita and Ynesita. These names tend to be less frequently used than Teresita.