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Girl Names Starting with Jer-
Jer- baby names and what they mean, with 14 results. Jer- names are used more often as masculine names. These girl names were at the top of their popularity during the years 1940-1949 (usage of 0.1%), but now, names such as Jerrica have become less fashionable. Jerabek (top 22%) and Jerge (37%) are common Jer- last names.
Jerae - JerushaJerae, Jeraine, Jeree1, Jeressa, Jerona
Forms of Je-. Derived fr. American language. .. Pronunciation emphasis is on the second .. Not in popularity charts.Jeraldeen, Jeraldene, Jeraldine1, Jeralee1, Jere, Jerilene, Jeri1▼, Jerrie1, Jerrileen, Jerroldeen, Jerry1▼
Forms of Geraldine. Root fr. Old German word. "Spear ruler." Popular. Compare Jeralee and common -ee surnames Joneslee (upper 78%), Jee (19%).Jeraldine2
Root fr. English word. Variant spelling of Geraldine. Fairly unique as a children's name now, but recorded frequently as a first name for women. See also Jeraldene.Jeralyn, var. Jerelyn, Jerilyn, Jerilynn, Jerralyn, Jerrilyn
From American language. Blend of Jerry and Marilyn. Less common today. Jerilyn was the variation last found (1970-1979) in the Top 2000.Jeremia, var. Jeree2, Jeremee, Jeremie, Jeri2▼, Jerri1▼, Jerry2▼, Jerrie2
Root fr. Hebrew word. "The Lord is exalted." Usage of Jeri, Jerri and Jerry as baby names has dwindled since 1930-1939.Jeri3▼, var. Jeralee2, Jerri2▼
From American element. Feminine of Jerry. Jeri and variants soared in popularity 65 years ago, but now, Jerri has become less fashionable. Jerica, var. Jerika, Jerrica1▼, Jerrika
Source fr. American word. "Complete ruler." Jerica (top 76%) and Jerrica (72%) are prevalent as women's names, whereas Jerika and Jerrika are rarely occurring.Jeriel
Root fr. Hebrew. "God has seen." Jerla and Jernel are creative forms.Jerle
Var. of Jearl. Modern name .. Compare surnames Jerke (upper 36%), Jerge (37%). See also Perle.Jermain, Jermane, Jermayn, Jermayne
Forms of Germaine. From Latin, French elements. "Brother; from Germany." Jermain, Jermayn, etc. are barely found as women's names, and Jermain occurs often (upper 53%) as a surname.
Form of Jarica. Modern name. Less common today. Jerrica was last listed in 2000 in the Top 2000. See also Jerika.Jerrie3, var. Jeree3, Jeri4▼, Jerree, Jerrey, Jerri3▼, Jery, Jerry3▼
Derivative of Old German, French. "Spear ruler." Jeri (top 16%), Jerri (19%), Jerry (20%) and Jerrie (39%) are frequently occurring as women's names, while Jeree, Jerree, Jerrey and Jery are unconventional.Jerusha1, var. Jeruscha, Jerushah
Derived fr. Hebrew element. "Married, a possession." Less widespread today. Jerusha was the variant last listed (the 1880s) in the Top 2000.Jerusha2
Form of Gerusha. Source fr. Hebrew. "Sent away." Adoption of Jerusha was common among parents during 1880-1889. See also Jeruscha.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Jer- names for girls.1. Jerae - Jerusha
Je- [Jerae, Jeree, Jerona, Jeressa, Jeraine], Geraldine [Jeri▼, Jere, Jerry▼, Jerrie, Jeralee, Jerilene, Jerrileen, Jerroldeen, ..], Jeraldine, Jeralyn [Jerelyn, Jerilyn, Jerilynn, Jerralyn, Jerrilyn], Jeremia [Jeri▼, Jeree, Jerry▼, Jerri▼, Jerrie, Jeremie, Jeremee], Jeri▼ [Jerri▼, Jeralee], Jerica [Jerika, Jerrica▼, Jerrika], Jeriel, Jearl [Jerle], Germaine [Jermain, Jermane, Jermayn, Jermayne], Jarica [Jerrica▼], Jerrie [Jery, Jeri▼, Jeree, Jerri▼, Jerry▼, Jerrey, Jerree], Jerusha [Jeruscha, Jerushah], Gerusha [Jerusha]