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What does Chareese mean?

Chareese Pronunciation of Chareese as a girls' name is a Greek and Latin name, and the name Chareese means "grace; dear, beloved". Chareese is a variant form of Charis (Greek): from "kharis". Chareese is also a variant of Charity (Latin).


ASSOCIATED WITH greek, grace


VARIANTS Cherise, Charysse, Charisse, Charise, Charice, Charese

ALTERNATIVE FORMS VIA CHARIS, CHARITY Caressa, Carisse, Charesa, Charie, Chariety, Charisa, Charish, Charissa, Charitee, Charitye



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How popular is Chareese?

Chareese is an unusual first name for females. Chareese is also an unusual last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Charity (#1237 IN 2018), Charis, Charise, Charissa, Charisse and Cherise are the popular related forms of Chareese (OUTSIDE TOP 2000). These relations of Chareese reached the height of their popularity 48 years ago (MEDIAN #1125) and have become much less popular since. (TOP 2000 NAMES, 2018)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Charis, Charise, Charissa, Charisse, Charity, Cherise in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Chareese and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Chareese is pronounced similarly to Cherece, Chereese, Cherese, Cheresse, Cheriese, Cherisse, Cherrise, Cheryse, Shareese, Sharise, Sharyse, Shereece, Sherees, Shereese and Sherese. Other suggested similar-sounding names are Careena, Caress, Caris, Carisa, Carissa, Carlene, Carlyse, Carmesa, Carree, Carrisa, Carys, Ceres, Cerisse, Chalise, Chanee, Chantee, Charee, Charela (see Harela), Charelin (see Cherilyn), Charell, Charelle, Charelyn, Chariza, Charle, Charlea, Charleene, Charlena, Charlene, Charlet, Charlett, Charlice, Charline, Charlisa, Charlize, Charlyne, Charmeen, Charmese, Chelse, Cherelle, Cherene, Cherisa, Cherishe, Cherrice, Chrisie, Chrissy, Chrisy, Chryssa, Clarene, Claressa, Dareese, Janeese, Mareesa, Sarese, Sharee, Shareefa, Shareen, Shareena, Sharelle, Sharene and Sharlee. These names tend to be more frequently used than Chareese.

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