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Wisteria

What does Wisteria mean?

Wisteria Pronunciation of Wisteria [wis-te-ria] as a girls' name. Flower name: a vine with purple-blue blossoms, named for the 18th-century Philadelphia physician, Caspar Wistar.

Associated with: vine (tree), purple (violet), blue, 18th century.

Variations

Wisteria has 1 variant: Wistaria.

Creative forms:
(female) Winteria, Wisdra, ..

(male) Wisteren, Wisterian, ..

Middle name pairings:
Wisteria Breanna (W.B.), ..

How popular is Wisteria?

Wisteria is an unusual given name for females. Wisteria is an unusual surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Wisteria has yet to be listed in the list thus far. (Top Baby Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Wisteria name in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Wisteria outside U.S.

Similar Names

Wisteria is pronounced similarly to Astera, Asteria and Estera. Other recommended names are Aegeria, Aisia, Arsemia (see Arsenia), Arsenia, Asterina, Astria, Baseelia (see Basilia), Bithia, Ceria, Cieria, Cinthia, Cintia, Desideria, Detria, Dimetria, Dimitria, Ejeria, Elefteria, Elesteria, Elmeeria (see Almera), Elmeria, Fidelia, Hesperia, Hestia, Hibernia, Hilaria, Iberia, Igeria, Ismenia, Jasenia, Jesenia, Katria, Kiandria, Kikelia, Kiria, Kristinia, Latoria, Nastasia, Oliveria, Ostia, Petria, Roselia, Seeria, Sheria, Sinthia, Sirenia, Tiberia, Tierria, Titania, Tyberia, Vaseelia (see Vasilia), Vesteria, Victoria, Viktoria, Vitia, Vitoria, Vittoria, Weslia, Whitelea (see Whitley), Willemina, Willetta, Winoena (see Winona), Winstella, Winter, Wistar, Wistarr (see Wistar), Wister, Wiweca, Yasenia, Yesemia, Yesenia and Yessenia. These names tend to be more frequently used than Wisteria.

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