Other Origin(s):Irish
Meaning:Noble; Patrician
Fit for royalty, Tresha is a feminine name of Latin origin. Derived from the Latin Pătrĭcĭus, it is thought to mean “noble” or “patrician.” As a variant of Tricia, it ultimately stems from Patricia and is the feminine version of Patrick, perfect for babies born on St. Patrick’s Day. Although this lovely moniker has ties to the patron saint of Ireland, its initial form, Patricia, can be traced all the way back to Ancient Rome and was often bestowed upon people who ranked high in society. With a slightly modern twist, the name Tresha might inspire a fearless leader in your little bundle of joy.
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