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Girl Names Starting with Cher-

Cher- baby names and what they mean, with 23 results. Cher- names are used more often as feminine names. Adoption of these girl names was at its apex during the years 1950-1959 (adoption of 1.3%) and is now significantly reduced, with names like Cheryl falling out of fashion. Cherven (top 53%) and Cherveny (43%) are common Cher- last names.

Cher- names

Cher - Cheryl | Cheryl - Cheryth

Cher - Cheryl

Cher and variantsCher1, var. Chere1, Cheree1, Cherey1, Cheri1, Cherice1, Cherie1, Cherish1, Cherise1, Cherrie1, Cherry1, Chery1, Cherye, Cherylee, Cherylie
Source fr. French element. "Dear." Cher (compare Cloer, Cryer) is a popular -er suffix surname.

Cheralin1, Cheralyn1, Cheralynne, Cherilynn1, Cherilynn2
Forms of Sheryl. Stems fr. English, Old German languages. "Free man." Cheralin, Cheralyn, etc. were not Top birth names in 2015.

Var. of Sherry. Based on English, French words. "Dear." Chery (upper 8%), Cherny (33%) are familiar surnames. See also Chara.

Derivative of French element. "Dear." Adoption of Cherelle was well-received in 1990. See also Sherelle.

Stems fr. French element. "Dear." Not in Top 2000. See also Chorine.

From French, Greek elements. "Dear; greenery." Cheridi and Cherira are creative variations. See also Cherith.

Cherie and variantsCherie2, var. Cher2, Chere2, Cheree2, Chereen, Chereena, Cherell, Cherena, Cherelle2, Cheri2, Cherina, Cherita1, Cherree, Cherrelle, Cheryl1
From French word. "Dear, darling." Cher (upper 73%), Chere (84%), Cheree (75%), Cherelle (91%), Cheri (12%), Cherie (14%) and Cheryl (1%) are frequently occurring as female names.

Var. of Cha-. Based on American. .. Pronunciation emphasis is on the second .. Less popular today. Cherie last appeared in 1994 in the Top 2000. See also Cherey.

Cherilyn and variantsCherilyn, var. Cheralin2, Cheralyn2, Cherilin, Cherilynn3, Cherilynne, Cherralyn, Cherrilyn, Cherrilin, Cherrylene, Cherrylin, Cherryline, Cherrylyn, Cherylin, Cheryllyn, Cheryline, Cherylyn
Root fr. French language. "Dear." Cheralin, Cheralyn, Cherilin, Cherilynn and Cherilynne are more uncommon as baby names among the versions of Cherilyn.

Var. of Charis. Derivative of Greek language. "Grace." Somewhat atypical as a girls' name now, though Cherise still occurs frequently as a first name for women. See also Chrisie.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cher- names: Cher, Chere, Cheree, Cherelle, Cheri

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cher- names: Cherie, Cherilyn, Cherise, Cherish, Cherlyn

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cher- names: Cherrelle, Cherri, Cherrie, Cherry, Cheryl, Cheryll

Form of Cerise. Based on English, French elements. "Cherry." Cherise is conventional (top 41%) as a given name. See also Cherisse.

Cherise4, var. Cherece, Chereese, Cheresa, Cherese, Cheresse, Cherice2, Cherisa, Cheriese, Cherisse, Cherrice, Cherrise, Cheryce, Cheryse
Derivative of Old French element. "Cherry." Cherise is widely used as a birth name among these versions.

Cherish and variantsCherish2, var. Cherishe, Cherrish, Cherysh
Source fr. English, Old French languages. "To treasure and care for; dear." Popularly used, with usage of 0.012% for Cherish and variants as girls' names in 2015, but lower than 0.015% the previous year.

Charity and variantsCherit, Cherri1, Cherry2
Forms of Charity. Derivative of Latin word. "Dear, beloved." Cherri (upper 43%) and Cherry (22%) are conventional female names, whereas Cherit is unique.

Cherith, var. Cheryth1
"Stream bed." Outside Top 2000. Biblical ..

Charlotte and variantsCherlyn1, Cheryl2, Cheryll
Var. of Charlotte. From Old German element. "Free man." Adoption of Cheryll and forms was at a high in the 1950s, but now, Cheryl has become less stylish.

Chermona, var. Chermonah
Root fr. Hebrew language. "Sacred mountain." Unique, with the -na ending for Chermona, like Cerena, Corona.

Var. of Sharon. From Hebrew. "A fertile plain." Unusual. Cheron (cf. Cameron, Camron) ends with -ron. See also Cherene.

Cherry and variantsCherry3, var. Cher3, Chere3, Cheree3, Cherey2, Cheri3, Cherida2, Cherita2, Cherise5, Cherrey, Cherri2, Cherrie2, Chery2, Cheryth2
Derivative of Middle English, Old French words. "Cherry fruit." Cher, Chere, Cheree, Cheri, Cherise, Cherri, Cherrie, Cherry and Chery are more prevalent as children's names among these forms.

Carol and variantsCheryl3, Cherlyn2
Forms of Carol. Derivative of Old German. "Free man." Cheryl and forms grew in popularity in the 1950s, but now, Cheryl has become less stylish.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Cher- names for girls.

1. Cher - Cheryl
Cher [Chery, Cherye, Cherry, Cherise, Cherish, Cherrie, Cherylee, Cherylie, ..], Sheryl [Cheralin, Cheralyn, Cherilynn, Cheralynne], Sherry [Cheray], Cherelle, Cherene, Cherida, Cherie [Cheri, Cheryl, Cherena, Cherina, Cherita, Cherree, Cherelle, Cherrelle, ..], Cha- [Cherie], Cherilyn [Cherylyn, Cherylin, Cherrylin, Cheryline, Cherrylyn, Cheryllyn, Cherrylene, Cherryline, ..], Charis [Cherise], Cerise [Cherise], Cherise [Cheryse, Cherisa, Cherice, Cheryce, Cheriese, Cherrice, Cherrise, Cherisse, ..], Cherish [Cherysh, Cherishe, Cherrish], Charity [Cherit, Cherri, Cherry], Cherith [Cheryth], Charlotte [Cheryl, Cherlyn, Cheryll], Chermona [Chermonah], Sharon [Cheron], Cherry [Chery, Cherri, Cherise, Cherida, Cherita, Cherrey, Cheryth, Cherrie, ..], Carol [Cheryl, Cherlyn]

Cheryl [Cheryle, Cheryll, Cherylle, Cherylyn, Cherylee, Cherylinn, Cherylynn, Cheryline, ..], Gwyneth [Cheryth], Cheryth [Cherith]

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