Jere - Meaning of Jere

What does Jere mean?

[ 2 syll. je-re, jer-e ] The baby boy name Jere is pronounced JHEHR-iy (English) †. Jere has its origins in the Hebrew and Old Greek languages. It is used largely in the English and Finnish languages.

Jere is a short form of the German, Hebrew, Dutch, Finnish, Portuguese, and Spanish Jeremias in the English and Finnish languages and a short form of the English and Hungarian Jeremiah in the English and Finnish languages.

Jere is also a short form of the German, Hebrew, Dutch, Finnish, Portuguese, and Spanish Jeremias in the English and Finnish languages and a short form of the English Jeremy.

Jere is also a variant form of the English and French Jerome.

See also the related categories, english, greek, and hebrew.

Jere is rare as a baby boy name. At the modest peak of its usage in 1941, 0.011% of baby boys were given the name Jere. It was #498 in rank then. The baby name has suffered a substantial decline in frequency since then, and is used only on a very light scale today. In 2018, out of the family of boy names directly linked to Jere, Jeremiah was the most widely used.

Baby names that sound like Jere include Geri, Gerie, Gerri, Gerry, Gery, Jaeger, Jagar, Jaggar, Jagger, Jaggur, Jaggyr, Jagher, Jaguar, Jagur, Jagwar, Jair, Jairaj, Jairett, Jakar, and Jarey.

† Pronunciation for Jere: JH as in "joy (JH.OY)" ; EH as in "ebb (EH.B)" ; R as in "race (R.EY.S)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)"



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