Gender Feminine
Usage French
Pronounced Pron. TEH-REHZ
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Meaning & History

French form of Theresa. It was borne by the French nun Saint Thérèse of Lisieux (1873-1897), who is regarded as a Doctor of the Church.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesTerese(Basque) Tereza(Bulgarian) Teresa(Catalan) Tereza, Terezija, Tena(Croatian) Tereza, Terezie(Czech) Teresa, Therese, Terese, Thea(Danish) Theresia, Tess, Tessa, Thera, Trees(Dutch) Teresa, Theresa, Therese, Teri, Terri, Terrie, Terry, Tess, Tessa, Tessie, Tracee, Tracey, Traci, Tracie, Tracy(English) Teresa(Finnish) Teresa, Theresa, Therese, Theresia(German) Terézia, Teca, Teréz(Hungarian) Toiréasa, Treasa(Irish) Teresa(Italian) Therasia(Late Roman) Trees(Limburgish) Teresa(Lithuanian) Teresa, Therese, Terese, Thea(Norwegian) Teresa(Polish) Teresa, Teresinha(Portuguese) Tereza, Terezinha(Portuguese (Brazilian)) Tereza(Romanian) Tereza(Serbian) Tereza, Terézia(Slovak) Terezija(Slovene) Teresa, Tere, Teresita(Spanish) Teresa, Teresia, Therese, Terese, Tessan, Thea(Swedish)
Same SpellingTherese

Popularity

People think this name is

classic   formal   upper class   natural   wholesome   refined   strange   complex   serious   nerdy  

Name Days

France: October 1
France: October 15

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Entry updated June 13, 2019