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What does Shereese mean?

Shereese Pronunciation of Shereese as a name for girls is of Old French derivation, and the name Shereese means "cherry". Shereese is a variant form of Cherise (Old French).


ASSOCIATED WITH cherry (tree)


VARIANTS Shirece, Sherryse, Sherise, Sherez, Sherese, Sherees, Shereece, Sherece, Sheirys, Sharyse, Sharice, Shareese, Cheryse, Cheryce, Cherrise, Cherrice, Cherisse, Cheriese, Cherice, Cheresse, Cherese, Chereese, Cherece

ALTERNATIVE FORMS VIA CHERISE Cheresa, Shereeza, Sheresa, Sheriesa, Sherisa, Sherissa



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How popular is Shereese?

Shereese is a rare given name for women. Shereese is an equivalently rare surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Prominent alternative forms of Shereese (OUTSIDE TOP 2000) appearing in the Top 2000 are Cherise and Sharice. Adoption of these relations of Shereese was widespread in 1992 (MEDIAN #1731). (2018 U.S. SSA RECORDS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cherise, Sharice in U.S.

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

Similar Names

Shereese is alike in pronunciation to Chareese, Charese, Sharise and Sherice. Other suggested similar-sounding names are Cerese, Charmese, Chelese, Cheree, Chereen, Chereena, Cherelle, Cherene, Cherree, Dareese, Latreese, Sarese, Sereena, Serene, Shaneese, Shanese, Sharee, Shareefa, Shareen, Sharelle, Sharene, Sharisa, Sharissa, Sharlee, Sharlene, Shelbee, Shellee, Shenelle, Sheniece, Sherae, Sheraie (see Sherry), Sheralle, Sheredon (see Sheridan), Sheree, Shereefa, Shereen, Shereena, Sherelene (see Sherilyn), Sherell, Sherelle, Sherey, Sherica, Shericia, Sherie, Sherine, Sherlee, Sherlene, Sherlie, Sherree, Sherrell, Sherrelle, Sherrerd, Sherrey, Sherrica, Sherrie, Sherrlie (see Shirley), Sherye, Sheryell, Sheryle, Shiree, Shireen, Shirelle, Shirlee, Shirlene, Shuree, Shurlee, Terese, Teresse, Theresa, Therese and Theressa. These names tend to be more commonly used than Shereese.

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