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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Tymaisha

Unknown

Tyme

Thyme Herb

English

Tymeria

Created Name

American

Tyna

River

English

Tynan

Dark

Irish

Tyne

A River

English

Tyonna

American

Tynice

Combination of Ty and Bernice

American

Tyqueja

Unknown

Tyran

From the land of Eoghan

Irish

Tyrianne

Land of Prayer

American

Tyrique

Combination of Tyrone and Dominique

American

Tyronica

Combination of Tyrone and Veronica

American

Tysheenia

Created Name

American

Tzadika

Pious

Hebrew

Tzeitel

Princess

Hebrew

Tzilla

Defender

Hebrew

Tzippa

Bird

Hebrew

Tzivia

Doe

Hebrew

Tziyona

Of Zion

Hebrew

Tzzipporah

Bird

Hebrew

Tab

A short short for Tabitha.

Tanka

“Pretty as a picture,” from the Tibetan thanka, a picture.

Tallitha

“The embracing arms of joy,” from the Hebrew tallith, a cloak.

Hebrew

Tantala

“The teaser but not the satisfier,” in allusion to Tantalus, a wealthy king of Greek mythology, who was tormented by exposure and denial.

Greek

Tanzine

A diminutive form of Thomasa.

Templa

“The sanctuary of Eros,” the god of love, from the Latin templum, a sacred haven.

Latin

Thama

A short variant form of Tamar.

Thela

“The girl with the beautiful nipples,” a short form of Callithela, from the Greek hallos (beauty) and tliele (nipple).

Greek

Thelga

“The enchantress,” from the Greek tlielgo, charm.

Greek

Thelissa

“She who suckles honey,” from the Greek thelazo (suckle) and melissa (honey).

Greek

Theophana

“A divine revelation,” from the Greek theos (god) and phaneros (visible).

Greek

Thoma

A short form of Thomasa.

Thomasia

A German form of Thomasa.

German

Thomeda

A variant form of Thomasa.

Thorberta

“Bright as the god of thunder,” from Thor (the Norse god of thunder) and the Anglo-Saxon beorlit (bright).

Anglo-Saxon

Thrace

“The girl from Thrace,” an ancient country in the Balkan Peninsula.

Tiennette

A French form of Stephana.

French

Titha

“The tenth child,” if a female, based on the Anglo-Saxon teothe, a tenth.

Anglo-Saxon

Titi

“Little monkey,” a term of endearment, from the Spanish titi.

Spanish

Titilla

“She who excites pleasurably,” from the Latin titillare, to tickle pleasurably.

Latin

Titta

“Little girl,” from the Norwegian titta.

Scandinavian

Tiza

“The provoker,” in allusion to the phonetic value of the term.

Triffy

An endearing form of Tryphena.

Trudela

A variant form of Gertrude.

Tryphosa

“A morsel of delicacy,” from the Greek tryplios, a morsel.

Greek

Tinsley

Tynni's hill

English

Torrent

A fast-moving stream

English

Tauriel

Created Name

English

Taki

Falling water

Japanese