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The Name "Cherise" is actually French and it also means "Beloved." I know this because my name is Cherise and I researched the meaning a very long time ago.
― Anonymous User  7/3/2005
There is an actress called Cerise Leclerc who performed in several French movies in the 1980s, but we couldn't exactly call her "the famous bearer".
audreyhubley  8/5/2006
Cerise is a reddish pink colour.
FairyGirl  5/1/2007
Pronounced (French) ser-ees.
― Anonymous User  1/12/2008
I have a cousin named this. I think it sounds really pretty; it rolls off the tongue very nicely, and the meaning is great, too.
GreenBinderGirl  8/26/2008
Cerise is a lovely colour, which makes it very appealing as a name.
Hushpuppy  9/7/2011
Honestly, I don't find this name remotely appealing. It has a rather whiny sound and it's not aesthetically pleasing at all.
― Anonymous User  1/29/2012
Cerise Hood is a doll in the Ever After High collection.
ccourtneyw  12/7/2013
This name makes me cringe. To me it's nothing but an everyday word that doesn't sound like a real name at all, unlike Clémentine or Marguerite, word names that grew enough in popularity to at least not appear strange on paper. I pronounce it ser-eez.
thelisia  10/18/2014

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