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Terry is my mom's name. I think it's a beautiful name for a girl.
-- Anonymous User  4/1/2005
Means "Beloved Leader".
-- deBeers  5/5/2005
Terry is a fabric used in bathrobes, towels, bath mats, etc.
-- wiswina  8/16/2005
Terry can be spelled many different ways. It can be spelled Terri, Terry, Tery, Terry. Some of those are wierd spellings, but some people spell the like that.
-- Anonymous User  10/13/2005
This is my Dad's name. I think of it as a masculine name, rather than a feminine one. I love my Dad more than anything, he is a great representative of the name Terry. The nicest person in the world.
-- Anonymous User  10/17/2005
Phonetic evolution of Tyre as TY-ree
Hence, Tyrians, Tyrian, colloquial pre 1400 BC "Tyree - Lord of Tyre".
In ancient shipping an enstampment signified by the single letter "T" a mark of various meanings in context; signifying mostly ownership and source of various cargoes, especially coins and precious metals.
-- deBeers  1/26/2006
Terry Kennedy is the real name of Compton a** Terry on MTV'S Viva La Bam.
-- dani_08  3/6/2006
Surname of the English soccer player John Terry. Captain of FC Chelsea.
-- Master_Kirby  11/4/2006
Terry MacAlmon is a Christian music artist.
-- Anonymous User  11/11/2006
Gerard Butler's character in "Lara Croft Tomb Raider:The Cradle of Life" is named Terry Sheridan.
-- Kings_falcon  1/6/2007
One of the many characters in the fighting game King Of Fighters is Terry Bogard.
-- liliththefair  1/26/2007
I don't know why, but to me Terry is a masculine name. I prefer the spelling Terri for girls.
-- Yippal  6/5/2007
There's nothing wrong with Terry for either a boy or a girl, but it just seems to me that it shouldn't be a name in its own right. It should always be a nickname for either Terrence or Theresa.
-- queenv  10/2/2007
Terry McGinnis is the name of Bruce Wayne's successor in the animated series "Batman Beyond".
-- EmoTherapy  12/25/2007
Terry Boot is a character in the Harry Potter series. (Ha, and I thought all the HP characters had been mentioned before.)
-- Anonymous User  1/20/2008
I'm sorry but I really don't like this name, it reminds me of a snappy little dog that is forever urinating and defecating on the lino floor of a council-house kitchen. :S
-- walesgal92  4/25/2009
I've always felt this name to have a nice ring to it. I associate it with Marlon Brando's character in "On the Waterfront".
-- SaffronJaune  5/5/2009
Terry Lee was the lead character in the newspaper comic strip titled Terry and the Pirates. The strip was created by Milton Caniff during the 1930s. The strip began with crude stereotypes, but eventually became more polished. Author Caniff eventually won awards for the strip and some critics believe that Canif eventually produced some of the most memorable strips in the history of the medium. When Caniff had creative differences with the Syndicate which owned the strip, Canif left the syndicate and created the Steve Canyon strip. Although the syndicate continued to hire replacements for Canif, the strip was never as popular as it had been during Canif's tenure. However, in spite of diminishing popularity, the strip continued for another 27 years following Canif's departure.
-- Hannah103  9/28/2014
This name spelled with an I at the end is feminine. This name spelled with a y at the end is masculine.
-- Anonymous User  11/15/2014
Actor Terry Crews is a famous bearer.
-- lloydnash  11/15/2014
Terry is masculine. Terri is feminine.
-- timothysanders  11/19/2014
Honestly, this name would be much better on a girl if it was spelled with an I at the end, because Terry just looks too masculine for a girl. Plus this name was originally for boys. My uncle's name is Terry.
-- frankieG  11/19/2014

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