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    Name Theera for a girl?

    I love the name Theera (pronounced th-ee-ra similar to Thea) but honestly cannot find it anywhere online so it’s definitely not common. Weird or pretty?

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    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    From what I can see, Theera is a Thai name predominantly used for boys (though does have some usage on girls too) and potentially means "philosopher" (though I'm not completely certain of this). There is also the Tamil word theera that means "infinite; not ending." I'm curious as to where you originally heard/saw it, in order to come to love it?

    Theera is nice, though I predict it would likely be assumed to be 'foreign' (not a bad thing, but something to note). I imagine you'd also be questioned as to where you found the name and what it means due to it being very unusual.

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    Not really my style but I think it's usable.

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    Join Date
    Nov 2016
    It does have quite an interesting and pretty sound
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