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What does Sherina mean?

Sherina Pronunciation of Sherina as a girls' name. The meaning of Sherina is "dear". Sherina is a variant form of Sherry (English, French).



RELATED FORMS VIA SHERRY Shari, Sharie, Sherae, Sheraie, Sheray, Sheraya, Sheree, Shereen, Sherey, Sheri, Sherice, Shericia, Sherie, Sherissa, Sherita, Sherree, Sherrey, Sherri, Sherrie, Sherryn, Sherye



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How popular is Sherina?

Sherina is an unusual first name for women. Sherina is an uncommon surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Shari, Sharie, Sheree, Sheri, Sherice, Sherie, Sherita, Sherree, Sherri, Sherrie and Sherry are the prominent related forms of Sherina (NOT RANKED). Other variants, like Shereen, are seldom used. These relations of Sherina reached the apex of their popularity 6 decades ago (MEDIAN #862), but now, versions such as Sheri have gone out of style. (TOP 2000 NAMES, 2018)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Shari, Sharie, Sheree, Sheri, Sherice in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Sherie, Sherita, Sherree, Sherri, Sherrie, Sherry in U.S.

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

Similar Names

Sherina is alike in pronunciation to Chereena, Cherena, Cherina, Sharana, Shareena, Sharena, Sharina, Sharona, Sharonna, Shereena and Sherrina. Other recommended sound-alike names are Cherida, Cherisa, Cherita, Nerina, Pierina, Sarena, Sarina, Sarine, Sarinna, Saryna, Sebina, Sebrina, Seeria, Selina, Sereena, Serena, Serenah, Serene, Serenna, Serina, Serinah, Serinna, Seryna, Shaina, Shalina, Sharan, Sharen, Sharika, Sharisa, Sharita, Sharrin, Sharyn, Sheina, Shelisa, Shemira, Shena, Shenika, Shera, Sheraa, Sheran, Sheresa, Sheria, Sherianne, Sherica, Sheriesa (see Cherise), Sherifa, Sheril, Sherill, Sherine, Sherisa, Sherise, Sheron, Sherrica, Sherron, Sheryn, Sherynn, Shirine, Sirena, Siriana, Syrena, Terina, Therena, Verina and Yerina. These names tend to be more frequently used than Sherina.

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