What Does the Name Theresa Mean?

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The name Theresa means a person/one who harvests .The name has its origin from Greek language and is a form of the name, Teresa. The name Theresa may have other names that originate from it such as Teresia, Theresia and Treasa.
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The name Theresa means 'late summer'. It is a girl's name pronounced as the-REE-sah. It is of Greek origin. The name has numerous variant forms including Teresia, Tereza and Tracy. It is the name of a popular catholic saint. The name is very popular as a lady's fist name.
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