What does Jereme mean?
Jereme [je-reme] as a name for boys is of Hebrew derivation, and the meaning of Jereme is "the Lord exalts". Jereme is a version of Jeremiah (Hebrew). Biblical: one of the major prophets. Jereme is also a form of Jeremy.
Jereme has 18 alternative forms via Jeremiah, Jeremy: Geremia, Jem, Jemmie, Jemmy, Jeramee, Jeramey, Jeramie, Jeramy, Jere, Jeremia, Jeremias, Jeremie, Jeremija, Jeremiya, Jermyn, Jeromy▼, Jerry▼ and Yeremia.Creative forms:
(male) Jayreme, Jireme, ..
(female) Jerele, Jerema, .. Middle name pairings:
Jereme Chad (J.C.), ..
How popular is Jereme?
Jereme is a rare given name for men. Jereme is also a unique last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Jereme was first listed in 1970-1979 and reached its peak position of #933 in the U.S. then, but is not listed at the moment. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related boy names. Jeremiah (#55 the previous year), Jeremy (#174), Jerry (#491), Jeremias (#1127), Jeromy, Jere, Jeremie, Jeramy and Jeramie are the popular varying forms of Jereme. Other forms, like Jem, are uncommon. Adoption of these forms of Jereme was widespread among parents during 1970-1979 (usage of 1.3%) and is now much diminished (usage 0.52%, 59.9% less). Jeremiah is more widely used than the rest, while forms like Jeromy used to be popular.
Jereme is pronounced similarly to Gerome, Jairome, Jerome▼, Jerrome, Joram and Jorim. Other recommended names are Graeme, Jaime, Jame, Jamee, Jareb, Jaren▼, Jareth, Jarett▼, Jarvee, Jayme, Jedrek, Jeffie, Jeffree, Jerad▼, Jerae, Jerald▼, Jerall, Jeran, Jerard, Jereck, Jered, Jerek, Jerel, Jerell, Jerelle, Jeren, Jereth, Jerett, Jeriah, Jerico, Jeriel, Jeril, Jerker (see Eric), Jermane, Jermin, Jerod▼, Jeroen, Jeromo, Jeron, Jerone, Jerrah, Jerre, Jerred, Jerrel, Jerrell▼, Jerren, Jerri, Jerrie, Jerriel, Jerrin, Jerriq, Jerrod▼, Jerron, Jerrone, Jerrot, Jerryd (see Jerrod), Jervey, Jervis, Jeryl, Jesse▼, Jette, Jeven, Jorell, Joren, Jorey, Jorge, Jorie, Jorje and Kerem. These names tend to be more commonly used than Jereme.See names in meaning and etymology.