What does Terry mean?
Terry▼ has 23 variants: Terall, Terea, Teree, Tereigh, Terell, Terella, Terelynn, Terelynn, Teri▼, Teriana, Teriann, Terie, Terika, Terilynn, Terree, Terreigh, Terrey, Terri▼, Terrie▼, Terrin, Terrye, Terryn and Teryn.
Terry▼ has 20 more different relations via Teresa, Teri, Theresa: Techa, Tera▼, Terasa, Teresa▼, Terese, Terez, Tereza, Terresa, Terrya, Tersa, Tersia, Terza, Tesa, Tesia, Tess, Tessa▲, Tessey, Tessi, Tessy and Tracy▼.
Terry has 1 masculine form: Thierry.Kreatif forms:
(female) Tary, Tiry, ..
(male) Tercy, Terny, ..
How popular is Terry?
Terry is a very prominent first name for females (#253 out of 4276, Top 6%) and also a very prominent surname for both adults and children (#336 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the baby name popularity of Terry for girls. Terry entered the list in 1900-1909 and reached its peak rank of #97 in the U.S. in the 1950s, but is not listed at the moment. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Below is a graphed comparison of the usage of Terry and corresponding names. Prominent variation forms of Terry are Tessa (#221 the previous year), Teresa (#719), Taryn (#853), Tess (#1091), Theresa (#1126), Tracy (#1656), Tesia, Teryl, Terrie, Terese, Tera, Teri, Terresa and Terri. Other variants, like Tereza, are seldom used. Usage of these relations of Terry was common 54 years ago (median #896) and is now significantly less (#1577, ▼94%). Teresa has generally been the top pick of parents, though Tessa is currently ranked higher, while versions like Teri have lost favor.
Terry▼ is pronounced similarly to Tara▼, Tarah, Tarra, Taura, Teara, Terah, Terra▼, Terrah, Tiarra, Tiera, Tierra▼, Tierrea, Tierria, Tora, Torey, Torie, Torrey, Torri, Torrie, Torry, Torrye, Tory, Tyra▼, Tyree and Tyria. Other recommended names are Barry, Berry, Carry, Cherry▼, Corry, Derry, Dorry, Gerry▼, Jerry▼, Jery, Jorry, Karry, Kerry▼, Korry, Lorry, Merry▼, Norry, Perry, Sherry▼, Tarryn, Tedra, Terin, Terryl (see Teryl), Tetty and Tierre. These names tend to be less commonly used than Terry.