Sumer meaning and origin
Sumer means Gold Mountain is used as a gender-neutral name and is majorly used in English and Sikh has origin in English. Sumer is a variant form of prevailing Summer. Infrequent Summer's origin is Old English and English, meaning of Summer is "The Warmest Season of the Year and Summer".
Variants of SumerNames that rhyme with Sumer
Popularity of Sumer
Sumer is a familiar baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1971 and was able to reach the top 2000 names. In 1977, it ranked 1331st when 86 girl were named Sumer. Over 1508 people have been named Sumer in United States. Sumer is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales, in use since 1996, peaked in 1997 when it ranked 1802nd and last appeared in 2010. But Sumer is a popular baby name in India where every 1 in 20000 have the name. As per our estimate, over 60000 babies have been bestowed Sumer around the globe.
Numerological aspects of Sumer
Your professional progress and success matter to you the most. You are energetic and have a restless spirit. Passion doesn't last much but respect and care do. You like to establish deep connections for life rather than just hang around with different people all the time. You often denies your emotions and suppress your rage when you should be expressing it in a healthy way like exercising or meditating.
Parents who liked Sumer, loved these names
- Vanida - Primarily used in English and Thai uncustomary, Vanida aimed at baby girls, meaning of Vanida is "Girl" is originated from Thai
- Tatom - Unorthodox Tatom has its origin in Old English is used as a baby girl name, Tatom means "Bringer of Joy and Other Cheering". Tatom is a derivation of Tatum.
- Udelle is used predominantly in English and English, Udelle means "Wealthy" and a gender-neutral name is originated from Old English
- Wallker came from English language is used as a gender-neutral name, meaning of Wallker is "Cloth-walker or Occupational Name" is majorly used in English and English
- Sherill - Meaning of Sherill is Shire on a Hill aimed at both sexes has its origin in English
Namesakes of Sumer
- Sumer Loggins in Leave It to Beaver as Actress
- Sumer Stamper in I Know My First Name Is Steven as Actress