biographical name Saint — see Teresa of Avila

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  • Theresa — Theresa, Therese griechischer Ursprung, Bedeutung: die von Thera Stammende; auch: Jägerin. Namensträgerin: Hl. Theresa von Avila …   Deutsch namen

  • Theresa — Theresa1 [tə rē′sə, tə rē′zə] n. [< Fr Thérèse or Port Theresa < L Therasia < ?] a feminine name: dim. Terry, Tess; var. Teresa Theresa2 1. see TERESA2 Saint 2. see THÉRÈSE Saint …   English World dictionary

  • Therēsa — Therēsa, 1) Rio de T., linker Nebenfluß des Tocantins in der brasilianischen Provinz Goyaz; 2) Postort in der Grafschaft Jefferson des Staates New York (Nordamerika), am Indian River; 2500 Ew …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Theresa — f English: of problematic origin. The name seems to have been first used in Spain and Portugal, and, according to tradition, was the name of the wife of St Paulinus of Nola, who spent most of his life in Spain; she was said to have originated… …   First names dictionary

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