What does Perry mean?
Surname and a short form of Peregrine. Also possibly derived from an Old English word referring to a person who lived or worked around a pear tree. Modern use has been inspired by fictional detective Perry Mason. Matthew Calbraith Perry was the Americal naval officer who established American trade relations with Japan in 1854. Singer Perry Como; designer Perry Ellis.
Perry▼ has 1 more related form via Peregrine: Peregryn.
Perry has 1 feminine form: Peri.Kreatif forms:
(male) Perrya, Piory, ..
(female) Perpa, Perra, ..
How popular is Perry?
Perry is a very popular first name for men (#287 out of 1220, Top 23%) and also a very popular surname for all people (#97 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Shown below is the baby name history of Perry for boys. Perry reached its highest position of #112 in the U.S. in the 1880s, and is at #1236 presently. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Perry▼ is alike in pronunciation to Parrey, Parrie and Piero. Other recommended names are Arry, Barry▼, Berry▼, Corry, Curry, Darry, Derry, Garry▼, Geary, Gerry▼, Gery, Harry▼, Henry▼, Horry, Jefry, Jerry▼, Jorry, Keary, Kerry▼, Korry, Larry▼, Leary, Lorry, Morry, Murry, Orry, Parr, Pearcy, Pears, Pedro, Peer, Penly, Per, Perce, Percey, Percy▼, Perez, Perkyn, Perl, Perrin, Petr, Petre, Pierre, Rorry, Skerry, Terry▼ and Torry. These names tend to be less frequently used than Perry.