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pinWhat 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.


pinVariations

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.

Kreatif forms: Jaireme, Jayreme, Jireme. [more]

pinHow popular is Jereme?

Jereme is a rare given name for men. Jereme is also a unique last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)

Shown below is an analysis of the popularity of the boy name Jereme and affiliated names. Jeremiah (#56 the previous year), Jeremy (#169), Jerry (#451), Jeromy, Jeremie, Jere, Jeramie and Jeramy are the popular varying forms of Jereme (not ranked). Other forms, like Yeremia, are uncommon. Adoption of these forms of Jereme was widespread among parents during 1970-1979 (usage of 0.487%) and is somewhat less today (usage 0.291%, 40.3% less). Jeremiah is more widely used than the rest, though Jeremy has become trendy as well, while forms like Jerry, Jeramy, Jeramie, Jeremie and Jeromy used to be popular. (Top 1000 Baby Names Statistics, 2014)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Jeramie, Jeramy, Jere, Jeremiah, Jeremie in U.S.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Jeremy, Jeromy, Jerry in U.S.

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


pinSimilar Names

Jereme is pronounced similarly to Gerome, Jairome, Jerome, Jerrome, Joram and Jorim. Other recommended similar baby names are Jaran, Jaren, Jarin, Jaron, Jaronn, Jarran, Jarren, Jarrin, Jarron, Jaryn, Jerae, Jeran, Jereck, Jered, Jerek, Jerel, Jerell, Jerelle, Jeren, Jereth, Jerett, Jeroen, Jeromo, Jeron, Jerone, Jerre, Jerren, Jerrie, Jerrin, Jerron, Jerrone, Joran, Joren, Jorian, Jorn, Joron, Jurian and Kerem. These names tend to be more commonly used than Jereme.

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