French variation of Theresa
"to harvest"

Thérèse Origin and Meaning

The name Thérèse is a girl's name of French origin.

Last popular in this country from the 1920s to the 1950s, it now seems more modern than the English Theresa.

Famous People Named Thérèse

  • (Marie) Thérèse FélicitéPrincess of France
  • Thérèse BonneyAmerican photographer and publicist
  • Thérèse BrenetFrench composer
  • (Marie) Thérèse Forget CasgrainCanadian Senator and feminist
  • Thérèse CavalFrench revolutionary
  • Thérèse ChardinFrench celebrity hairstylist
  • Saint (MarieVictoire,)Thérèse Couder, French co,founder of the Sisters of the Cenacle
  • Thérèse DelpechFrench intellectual and author
  • Thérèse Tanguay Dionpopularly known as Maman Dion, Canadian television personality, mother of pop singer Céline Dion
  • Thérèse (Jeanne Longo)Dorny, French actress
  • (Antoinette) Thérèse ElfforssSwedish actress and theatre director
  • (Ewa) Thérèse KarlssonFinnish soprano singer and actress
  • Thérèse LavoieRoux, Canadian Senator
  • (Marie)Thérèse Levasseur, domestic partner of French philosopher Jean,Jacques Rousseau
  • Thérèse LiotardFrench actress
  • Saint Thérèse of Lisieux (Born MarieFrançoise,Thérèse Martin), French Carmelite nun and Doctor of the Church
  • Thérèse MeyerSwiss politician
  • Thérèse McMurrayBritish actress
  • Thérèse OultonEnglish painter
  • Thérèse PeltierFrench sculptor and aviator
  • Thérèse QuentinFrench actress
  • Thérèse ReinAustralian entrepreneuse and founder of Ingeus
  • Thérèse SitaBella, Cameroonian pioneering filmmaker, pilot, and journalist
  • Thérèse SteinmetzDutch pop singer
  • Thérèse Johanne Alexandra TietjensGerman operatic soprano
  • Thérèse Marie Chérisy VanierFrench physician and founder of L'Arche UK
  • (Atala) Thérèse Annette WartelFrench pianist and composer

Thérèse in Pop Culture

  • "Thérèse" opera by Jules Massenet and its main character
  • Thérèse Pettipona character in "The Sin of Monsieur Pettipon" by Richard Connell.