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Girl Name: Cree

Name: Cree
Pronunciation: \c-ree\
Gender / Sex: girl name girl (Cree's also a boy name)
Origin: Latin
Sounds Like: Caree, Coree
Similar Names: Bree, Drea, Arie, Brei, Breea, Brea, Brie, Cadee, Cade, Calee, Capree, Careen, Carey, Caren, Carlee, Carle, Carel, Carree, Carie, Casee, Caye, Cate, Cerea, Cher, Cheree, Chere, Charee, Cloe, Cris, Clea, Cleo, Codee, Corie, Corey, Corene, Coren, Coreen, Corlee, Creole, Doree, Drew, Drue, Greer, Grete, Jeree, Karee, Catee, Keree, Koree, Laree, Loree, Maree, Myree, Cole, Nyree, Prue, Ree, Taree, Teree, Trea, Tyree
Rank as Last Name (Surname, Family Name): 13315

Description

Cree \c-ree\ as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Cree), is a variant of Crecia (Latin). See for meaning of Cree.

The baby name Cree sounds like Caree and Coree. Other similar baby names are Bree, Drea, Arie, Brei, Breea, Brea, Brie, Cadee, Cade, Calee, Capree, Careen, Carey, Caren, Carlee, Carle, Carel, Carree, Carie, Casee, Caye, Cate, Cerea, Cher, Cheree, Chere, Charee, Cloe, Cris, Clea, Cleo, Codee, Corie, Corey, Corene, Coren, Coreen, Corlee, Creole, Doree, Drew, Drue, Greer, Grete, Jeree, Karee, Catee, Keree, Koree, Laree, Loree, Maree, Myree, Cole, Nyree, Prue, Ree, Taree, Teree, Trea and Tyree.

Popularity

Cree is not a popular first name for women but a very popular surname or last name for both men and women (#13315 out of 88799). (1990 U.S. Census)

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