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What does Terosina mean?

Terosina Pronunciation of Terosina as a name for girls is a Greek name, and the meaning of the name Terosina is "late summer". Terosina is an alternate form of Teresa (Greek): popular form of Theresa.




VARIANTS Terrosina, Teresina, Terecena, Terasina

RELATIONS VIA TERESA Terasa, Terasita, Teresia, Teresita, Tereska, Teressa, Terezia, Terezita, Tersa, Tersia, Terushka, Teruska, Tesia



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How popular is Terosina?

Terosina is an uncommon given name for females. Terosina is also a unique surname for all people. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Prominent related forms of Terosina (OUTSIDE TOP 2000) are Teresa (#798 A YEAR AGO), Teresia, Teresita, Teressa and Tesia. These relations of Terosina were popular with parents during 1960-1969 (USAGE OF 0.85%) and have become much less conventional since (USAGE 0.02%, 98% LESS). (TOP BABY NAMES, 2018)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Teresa, Teresia, Teresita, Teressa, Tesia in U.S.

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

Similar Names

Terosina is pronounced similarly to Terezinha and Theresina. Other suggested similar-sounding names are Ambrosina, Bernina, Berrtina, Carolina, Celosia, Cerrina, Gertina, Hermina, Heroica, Hersila (see Ersilia), Jensina, Jerona, Jessina, Josina, Karolina, Krisina, Melusina, Mercina, Merlina, Merona, Messina, Nerina, Nerolia (see Nerola), Rosina, Serafina, Serina, Serofina, Tarina, Teina, Teofila, Teona, Teonna, Tercia, Tereena, Terena, Terenia, Teriana, Terica, Terika, Terin, Terina, Terrena, Terresia, Terrin, Tersha, Tersina (see Theresa), Tersita, Tertia, Teryna (see Terena), Tessia, Tessica, Theresita, Tomasina, Tomina, Tonina, Tosia, Tosiya, Treina, Trevina, Trina, Trishana, Trissina (see Tricia), Tristina, Venusina (see Venus), Verbeina (see Verbena), Verina, Verona, Veronica, Veronika, Veroshka, Verowna (see Verona), Yerina and Zerlina. These names tend to be more commonly used than Terosina.

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