Cherry - Meaning of Cherry
[ 2 syll. (c)her-ry, ch-e-rry ] The baby girl name Cherry is pronounced as CH-EH-R-iy- †. Cherry is largely used in the English language, and it is derived from English and French origins. English origin: Its meaning is derived literally from the vocabulary word 'cherry'. It represents the transferred use of the vocabulary word as a given name.
In addition, Cherry is a pet form of the name Charity (English).
Cherry is also a variant transcription of the name Cherie (English).
Cherry has 23 variant transcriptions. Variation transcriptions include Cherea, Cheree, Cherelle, Cherey, Cheri, Cherida, Cherise, Cherr, Cherrea, Cherreah, Cherree, Cherrey, Cherritta, Cherry-Ann, Cherry-Anne, Cherrye, and Cherye. Other English forms include the short form Cher, the pet forms Chere and Sherrie, and the variant spellings Cherri, Cherrie, and Chery.
Cherry is a rare baby name for girls. At the modest peak of its usage in 1946, 0.020% of baby girls were given the name Cherry. Its ranking then was #434. The baby name has since suffered a steep fall in popularity, and is now of very light use. Out of all girl names in its group, Cherry was nonetheless the most commonly used in 2018.
Baby names that sound like Cherry include Charie, Cherrey, Cherrie, Chery, Chaaru, Chakra, Chari, Charo, Charoo, Charu, Chaucer, Chauser, Chawcer, Chawser, Cheere, Cheree, Cherey, Ciro, Charee, and Cheray.
† Pronunciation for Cherry: CH as in "cheese (CH.IY.Z)" ; EH as in "ebb (EH.B)" ; R as in "race (R.EY.S)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)"