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Gender: F Pronunciation: SEER-eez Origin of Ceres: Roman mythology name

Little known name of the goddess of the harvest, a possibility for the parent seeking something original, but with the aura of Roman myth. Her Greek counterpart is Demeter.

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Pop Culture References for the name Ceres

1 Ceres, the first asteroid/dwarf planet ever discovered (1801)
Ceres, a spirit in Shakespeare's play 'The Tempest' (1611)
The City of Ceres, California (known for its agriculture)
Ceres, a small town in Fife, Scotland
Ceres Juice, a large brand of fruit juices based out of South Africa
'Ayashi no Ceres', a manga
Sounds like 'series' or 'Siri's'
Alma Mater, literally 'bountiful mother', was a title Romans gave to goddesses, especially Ceres and Cybele.
Sailor Ceres aka CereCere is character in "Sailor Moon" anime