Sheryll name meaning
What does Sheryll mean?
Commonly Accepted girl name Sheryll is used notably in English is rooted from English language. Sheryll is variant form of preeminent Cher. Cher is variant form of Chere. Also Cher is variation of Chere. Of English and French origin, Commonly Accepted Cher, Cher means "Darling" is used notably in English.
Variants of SheryllNames that rhyme with Sheryll
How popular is the name Sheryll?
Sheryll used to be a common name in United States, first appeared in 1936 and over 1558 babies have been given the name in 49 years. At its zenith in 1955,. After 49 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts. But Sheryll is a popular baby name in Philippines where every 1 in 20000 have the name. At least, 10000 people globally have been given the name as per our research.
What numbers say about Sheryll?
In love, you can love a person like you've never loved anyone before but you can also leave like you've never loved. But you shouldn't because you are a great person with an amazing mind that's capable of achieving great things. Your cornerstone represents your ability to adapt to every change. If letter L is your capstone, it means you are compassionate by nature. Partnerships are exclusively important to you.
Other names similar to Sheryll
- Terrall - Unconventional boy name Terrall means "The God of Thunder, Thunder Ruler or Powerful" is used in English
- Reade - Reade's meaning is With Red Hair or Surname has its origin in Old English and a boy name is used predominantly in English
- Saddler - Used particulary in English, Saddler is of English origin and a boy name, Saddler means "Harness Maker"
- Lobelia has its origin in English is used in English used as a baby girl name, Lobelia means "Lobelia Flower or Botanist Who Discovered This Plant"
- Donaldine - The odd girl name Donaldine is used chiefly in English is originated from Celtic, Donaldine means "Brown Stranger and World Ruler". Donaldine is a feminine form of Donald.
Famous people named Sheryll
We could not find any notable namesake.