Teri

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Etymology 1Edit

A spelling variant of Terry, from Teresa.

Proper nounEdit

Teri

  1. A diminutive of the female given name Teresa.
    • 2003 Ian Rankin, A Question of Blood, Orion, ISBN 0-75285-110-1, page 34:
      'What's your name, by the way?'
      'Teri.'
      'Terry?'
      She spelt it for him. 'But you can call me Miss Teri.'
      Rebus smiled. 'I'll assume that's an assumed name. Maybe I'll see you around, Miss Teri.'

Etymology 2Edit

From Teribus ye teri odin, of unknown origin (though possibly Old Welsh).

Proper nounEdit

Teri

  1. Someone from Hawick.

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