Teresa Barre in the US

  1. #20,398,874 Teresa Baroh
  2. #20,398,875 Teresa Baros
  3. #20,398,876 Teresa Barranco
  4. #20,398,877 Teresa Barrand
  5. #20,398,878 Teresa Barre
  6. #20,398,879 Teresa Barrella
  7. #20,398,880 Teresa Barrells
  8. #20,398,881 Teresa Barren
  9. #20,398,882 Teresa Barresi
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Meaning & Origins

(Italian) and (Spanish) form of Theresa. In the English-speaking world the name is often chosen in this spelling by Roman Catholics, with particular reference to the Spanish saint, Teresa of Ávila (Teresa Cepeda de Ahumada, 1515–82).
91st in the U.S.
French: 1. habitational name from any of various places called Barre. Barre-en-Ouche in Eure or Barre-de-Semilly in Manche are named with Old French barre ‘bar’, ‘obstruction’, ‘gateway’. Others, for example Barre in Lozère, derive their name from the Celtic element barr ‘height’. 2. (Barré) from barré, the past participle of Old French barrer, a derivative of barre ‘bar’ (see 1). The meaning of the surname derived from this word is uncertain. It may sometimes have been a topographic name for a person who lived in a place that was naturally cut off or particularly well fortified, but in many cases it was probably a nickname meaning ‘striped’, referring to a habitual wearer of striped clothing or possibly to someone with a noticeable birthmark. In the Middle Ages the term was also applied to the Carmelite Friars, who wore habits striped in black, yellow, and white, and it may have been used as a nickname for someone thought to resemble a Carmelite in some way. The name is also found in Germany, attested as a Huguenot name, for example in Magdeburg in 1703.
15,032nd in the U.S.

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