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I think this spelling looks way better than Theresa.
-- Anonymous User  7/20/2005
This is the name of the Albanian nun, Mother Teresa, who won the Nobel Peace prize for her work in the slums of Calcutta.
-- wiswina  8/17/2005
I personally love that name because it is the name of a very dear friend.
-- frederic  9/30/2005
This is my best friend's name and I think it's absolutely beautiful. This spelling is much prettier then Theresa.
-- doodlebug  11/23/2005
Who doesn't like the name Teresa? Do not spell it with an H!
-- liberty  5/30/2006
Teresa is the name of a brown-haired doll who was a friend to Barbie.
-- Anonymous User  7/12/2006
Listen to the German pronunciation of Teresa here:
http://www.nordicnames.de/Aussprache.html.
-- _satu_  9/3/2006
The Spanish opera singer Teresa Berganza (born 16 March 1935) is a well-known mezzo-soprano most closely associated with the roles of Rossini, Mozart, and Bizet. She is admired for her technical virtuosity, musical intelligence and beguiling stage presence.

María Teresa Berganza was born in Madrid. She studied piano and voice at the Madrid Conservatory, where she was awarded first prize for singing in 1954. She made her concert debut in Madrid in 1955.
-- sweetbabe  12/17/2006
Teresa Stratas, OC (born Anastasia Stratakis, May 26, 1938, Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian soprano.

She was born to a struggling immigrant Greek family in Toronto and at age 13 performed Greek pop songs on the radio. She graduated from the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto. At age 20 Stratas made her professional opera debut as Mimì in La bohème at the Toronto Opera Festival. One year later in 1959, she co-won the Metropolitan Opera auditions, appearing later that year with the company as Poussette in Manon.
-- sweetbabe  12/17/2006
Teresa´s pet forms are Tereska, Tess(a), Teri(na), Terka, Teresia, Resa.
-- Karcoolka  3/19/2007
It´s also the Czech form.
-- Karcoolka  6/24/2007
Teresa means "harvester". My mother's name is Teresa Marie. That means "Harvester" of "sorrow". Be careful when naming your children.
-- sweetbrandy  7/9/2007
I'm not sure if this is right or not but in Claymore, the main character is named Clara and an important character is Teresa. The names of twin goddesses who appear in holy scriptures. Teresa comments that both of them had loving parents since they were named after the goddesses that stood for purity. So their parents wanted their daughters to grow up like that and be pure.
Well, something like that, I'm not sure if it's true but when the other person said that it means "harvester" and to be careful naming your children, well you should (people usually live up to their names). You could just say that it meant the goddess Teresa instead of harvester. Then if you do choose Marie for the second name, then it could mean "a pure living fragrance" or something like that.
Anyways, it just bothered me that someone made a good name like this seem so bad. It's a nice name and not overused at all (I've only met one Teresa that was in my brother's grade).
-- alexyasha  7/13/2007
Teresa Medeiros (born 1962) is an award-winning romance novelist with more than five million books in print. She wrote her first novel at 21 and has since gone on to publish 16 books. Before becoming a well-known author, she was a nurse.
Teresa Edgerton (born Van Nuys, California, in 1949) is an author of fantasy novels and short stories set in worlds that parallel the Middle Ages and the 18th century.
Princess Teresa Lubomirska (1658-1712) was a Polish noble lady. She was the daughter of Court and Grand Marshal Józef Karol Lubomirski and Teofilia Ludwika Zasławska. She married Charles III Philip (Wittelsbach), heir to the Electoral Palatinate, on December 15, 1701.
Teresa Parente is an American actress best-known for her recurrent role on the Fox Broadcasting Company's long-running situation comedy, Married ... With Children, as hapless television reporter "Miranda Veracruz de la Jolla Cardinal." She played more than forty different female characters,
Teresa of Portugal (Coimbra, 1181 – Lorvão, June 18, 1250; pron. IPA: [tɨ'ɾezɐ] or /'tɾezɐ/), also known as Tarasia of Portugal and later as Infanta-Rainha (English Princess-Queen), was the oldest daughter of Sancho I of Portugal and Dulce Berenguer. She was also wife of Alfonso IX of Castile.
Teresa Żarnowerówna (b. 1895 in Warsaw - d. 1950 in New York), was a Polish avant-garde artist: a paintress, graphic artist, sculptor, scenographer and architect.
Teresa of the Faint Smile, one of the main characters in the popular anime and manga series Claymore.
The name Teresa is on the list of hurricane names in the Atlantic Ocean, but has yet to be used (next comes up in 2009).
Teresa was a popular song by Joe Dolan, when it topped the Irish singles chart in 1969.
"St. Teresa", a single from Joan Osborne's 1995 album Relish
"St. Teresa", a song by Blackmore’s Night from their 2006 album The Village Lanterne.
-- Anonymous User  7/13/2007
My name is Teresa, which loosely translates to 'harvester (reaper)'. I used to hate it, but upon doing more research I found that 'harvester' or 'reaper' is a very basic idea. The more developed version is:

the harvester, one who gets back what she gives. By giving hope, life and fertility, she will receive the rewards in her lifetime. Everything comes in a circle. It's not about death or destruction, but about giving and providing and ultimately being rewarded for hard work.

I like that idea much more, and I love my name.
-- fredscarecrow  5/20/2008
I've always liked this name. It's pretty and not too common.
-- KayeKiLa  8/12/2008
It is also in Greek usage where it means 'reaper' and in all my baby name books (I have loads) it is the same.
-- rainbowflute  9/23/2008
A famous bearer was American actress Teresa Wright (October 27, 1918 – March 6, 2005). Notable film appearances included "The Best Years of Our Lives," Alfred Hitchcock's "Shadow of a Doubt," the Lou Gehrig biopic "The Pride of the Yankees," and "Mrs. Miniver," for which she was the recipient of an Academy Award.
-- AndrewJKD  11/8/2008
A very pretty name, and I also prefer it spelled this way, without the H.
-- Anonymous User  11/19/2008
This is really a lovely, classic name. I don't think it will ever lose its charm. And like others said, way better than Theresa.
-- emmiix3  2/28/2009
My grandpa called my grandma "Tre" pronounced "trey". I thought this was cute (: If my cousin has twins, she's going to name one Theresa but call her "Tree." If not, this one's nickname is going to be "Reese". Love that!
-- smiilebiigerx3  3/2/2009
My name is Teresa. I was named after St. Teresa. St. Teresa gathered food and gave to the poor. And when she opened her robes God had performed a miracle and changed the harvest she had gathered to roses. The "Little flower of Jesus."
-- ningraham  3/24/2009
"Teresa Lisbon" is a character on the TV show "The Mentalist."
-- Charlie1977  5/24/2009
Teresa Saporiti (1763-1869) was an Italian soprano who performed as Donna Anna in the Mozart opera Don Giovanni.
-- bananarama  7/5/2009
I myself am called Teresa. I love this name and it's better than Theresa of course! It's a lovely name.
-- teresa_hk  9/4/2009
Also pronounced tə-REE-zə, especially in England (at least). [noted -ed]
-- Kosta  10/18/2010
The short story "Cousin Teresa" by Saki (Hector Hugh Munro) features the following couplet:

Cousin Teresa takes out Caesar,
Fido, Jock and the big borzoi.

Obviously, this requires the pronunciation "tə-REE-zə."
-- Kosta  10/26/2010
The Italian pronunciation (at least, standard pronunciation) is te-RRE-zah with a "z", not with a "s". [noted -ed]
-- presentperfect  9/12/2011
Aussie actress Teresa Palmer is a famous bearer.
-- ebenezer_scrouge  9/19/2011
Teresa (1157-1218) was the daughter of King Afonso I of Portugal and his wife Maud.
-- CarolinW  7/14/2012
Teresa (1181-1250) was the daughter of King Sancho I of Portugal and his wife Dulce.
-- CarolinW  7/14/2012
Maria Teresa (1855-1944) was the daughter of King Miguel of Portugal and his wife Adelheid.
-- CarolinW  7/18/2012
Maria Teresa (1793-1874) was the daughter of King Joao VI of Portugal and his wife Carlota.
-- CarolinW  7/20/2012
Teresa (1696-1704) was the daughter of King Pedro II of Portugal and his second wife Marie Sophie.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
Maria Teresa (1638-1683) was the daughter of King Philip IV of Spain and his wife Elisabeth. She later married King Louis XIV of France.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
The first time I had discovered this name was when I was little and I found out Teresa is a friend of Barbie. XD It's not a bad name. :)
-- LoveHeartKawaii  9/1/2014

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