Does Teri Baby Name seem like an intriguing name for your baby? Learn Teri Name Meaning in English, its origin and which gender Teri Baby Name is most suitable for. Check through our list of names that are related to the name Teri, names similar to Teri and sibling names of Teri. Also, read through a detailed numerology report for the name Teri.
English, Greek, Latin
Teri is taken from the alternative spelling Terri.
Related Teri Baby Names
Drew, Trey, Troy, Tre, Terry, Dario, Tyree, Trae, Dre, Dru, Tru, Tory::Abebi, Abra, Abril, Addi, Adi, Adri, Adria, Adrie, Aedre, Aefre
Similar Teri Baby Names
Tessa, Tess, Terry, Terrie, Terri::Tahir, Tahirah, Tahurer, Tara, Taree, Taria, Taro, Tarra, Tarrah, Taruh
Cecilia, Joseph, Thomas::Stephen, Megan, Charlotte
Teri is a diminutive of Theresa, which originates in Greek language and means "summer harvest". It is a variant of the name Teresa, used in Spanish and Portuguese. There have been several Roman Catholic saints of this name until now, most recently Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta, a nun who founded the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta in 1950, and for over 45 years helped the sick and poor in India.::Teri as a girl's name is a variant of Terry (English) and Theresa (Greek), and the meaning of Teri is "late summer".
Teri Garr - actressTeri Hatcher - actressTeri Polo - actressTeri White - writer
The name Teri has a numerology value of 3 In numerological terms, this means the following CommunicationThe act or process of communicating; fact of being communicated.The imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information by speech, writing, or signs.Something imparted, interchanged, or transmitted.InteractionReciprocal action, effect, or influence.:: Numerology SoulUrge Number: 5 People with this name have a deep inner desire for travel and adventure, and want to set their own pace in life without being governed by tradition. Expression Number: 7 People with this name are excellent at analyzing, understanding, and learning. They tend to be mystics, philosophers, scholars, and teachers. Because they live so much in the mind, they tend to be quiet and introspective, and are usually introverts. When presented with issues, they will see the larger picture. Their solitary thoughtfulness