Names that Starts With "T"

Male Names
  • T. J.
  • Taarank (Indian) - Savious
  • Tablita (Hebrew) - Tiara (Hopi)
  • Tacoma (United States) - From the snowy mountain peak
  • Tad (Gaelic) - Poet [English speaking countries]

    Can also be a nickname for Thaddeus.

  • Tadaaki (Japanese) - Faithful light
  • Tadashi (Japanese) - A servant that is loyal and faithful; Right one
  • Tadj (Indian) - He who is with the crown
  • Taemon (Japanese) - One with good morals; Well behaved person
  • Tag (English) - Handsome. Variant of Teague.
  • Taha (Indian) - Pure
  • Tahbert (Irish) - Brilliant
  • Tahj (Sanskrit) - Crown [English speaking countries]

    Respelling of Taj.

  • Tahlia (Irish) - Lamb: lambkin. Also an abbreviation of Natalia.
  • Tahna (Russian) - Abbreviation of tatiana which is feminine in a roman family clan name Tatius
  • Tahoe (United States) - Edge of the lake
  • Tahoma (Indian) - One who is different with a cute personality
  • Tahu (German) - Pure
  • Taichi (Japanese) - Means a thick or big one
  • Taiga (Japanese) - Big and well-mannered person
  • Taiki (Japanese) - Big, great tree; Full of brightness
  • Taima (Arabic) - Thunder
  • Taine (Norse) - Man; god of the forests [English speaking countries]

    An Anglicised form of the Maori name Tane, however Taine itself is not Maori.

  • Taio (Chinese) - A great or distinguished person
  • Tait (Irish) - Cheerful
  • Taj (Sanskrit) - Crown [Arabic, English and Hindi speaking countries]

    Indian and Arabic name meaning "crown", respectively from the Sanskrit and the Persian.

    A taj is also a tall conical cap worn by Muslims as a headdress of distinction.

  • Tajah (Native American)
  • Tajaldin (Indian) - Crown of the faith
  • Tajdar (Indian) - Crowned
  • Taji (Japanese) - The yellow and silver color
  • Takahiro (Japanese) - Abundantly respectful and loving
  • Takai (Japanese) - The next world
  • Takashi (Japanese) - Devoted piety
  • Takato (Japanese) - Precious measure of exaltation
  • Takaya (Japanese) - One who has much respect for someone
  • Takeo (Japanese) - Warrior, one who fights for his kingdom
  • Takhvinder (Indian) - Lord of empire
  • Takoda (English) - Friend to everyone (Sioux)
  • Taksa (Indian) - A son of bharata
  • Taksha (Indian) - King bharata's son
  • Takshak (Indian) - A cobra
  • Taksheel (Indian) - Someone with a strong character
  • Takshil (Indian) - Person with a strong character.
  • Taku (Japanese) - Young, living just for a little time yet
  • Takuma (Japanese) - An open truth
  • Talaketu (Indian) - Bhishma pitamaha
  • Talan (English) - A claw [English speaking countries]
  • Talank (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Talbott (Native American) - Variant of Tal tall. Surname.
  • Talihah (English) - Scholar
  • Talish (Indian) - Lord of earth
  • Tallon (United States) - A form of talon
  • Talon (English) - A claw [English speaking countries]
  • Talwar (Indian) - An Indian surname, means a type of a sword
  • Talyssa (English)
  • Tamaki (Japanese) - A Boy who is a true gem
  • Tamal (Indian) - A tree with a very dark bark
  • Tameron (United States) - A crooked nosed twin. This name is a combination of two names and is a modern name
  • Tamish (Indian) - God of darkness, moon
  • Tamkinat (Indian) - Pomp
  • Tammy (Hebrew) - Abbreviation of Thomasina and Tamara.
  • Tamoghna (Indian) - Lord vishnum, lord shiva
  • Tamonash (Indian) - Destroyer of ignorance
  • Tamryn (Russian) - Russian name meaning palm tree
  • Tamsin (Arabic) - Variant of Thomasina Twin
  • Tanak (Indian) - Prize
  • Tanav (Indian) - Flute
  • Tanay (Indian) - Son
  • Tandava (Indian) - One who dances the cosmic dance
  • Tandeep (Indian) - A body of light
  • Taneesh (Indian) - Man with ambitions
  • Tanish (Indian) - Ambition
  • Tanishq (Indian) - Jewel
  • Tanmai (Indian) - One who is captivating
  • Tanmay (Indian) - Absorbed
  • Tanner (English) - Tanner [English, Finnish and German speaking countries]

    This surname has four separate origins. In English-speaking countries it is simply an occupational surname for a tanner (a tanner is someone who treats animal hide to make leather). In German it is either a variant of the surname Tann (meaning 'forest', a

  • Tannis (Celtic) - Worker of Leather/Hide Tanner
  • Tanny (Russian) - A familiar form of Tanner
  • Tanoj (Indian) - A son
  • Tansh (Indian) - A beautiful Boy
  • Tanshu (Indian) - Wholly natural
  • Tanuj (Indian) - Son
  • Tanul (Indian) - One who expands or makes progress
  • Tanush (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Tanvir (Indian) - Strong
  • Tapan (Indian) - Hot season
  • Tapas (Indian) - Sun
  • Tapasendra (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Tapasranjan (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Tapendra (Indian) - Lord of heat (sun)
  • Tapesh (Indian) - The holy trinity
  • Tapeshwar (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Tapinder (Indian) - God's devotion
  • Tapish (Indian) - The warmth of the Sun
  • Tapomay (Indian) - Full of moral virtue
  • Taporaj (Indian) - Moon
  • Tapur (Indian) - A golden Boy
  • Tar Baby (Greek)
  • Tarachandra (Indian) - Star and moon
  • Taradhish (Indian) - Lord of the stars
  • Tarak (Indian) - Protector
  • Tarakesh (Indian) - Stary hair
  • Tarakeshwar (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Taraknath (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Taraksh (Indian) - Mountain
  • Taran (Indian) - Raft, heaven
  • Taran (Indian) - Heaven; raft [English, Hindi and Welsh speaking countries]
  • Taranath (Indian) - King of the Moon
  • Tarang (Indian) - Wave
  • Taranga (Indian) - Of the waves
  • Taranjot (Indian) - He who is a star
  • Taraprashad (Indian) - Star
  • Taraswin (Indian) - A brave man
  • Tarendra (Indian) - Prince of stars
  • Taresh (Indian) - God of the stars (moon)
  • Tarik (Arabic) - Morning star. Variant of Tariq
  • Tarik (Arabic) - Nocturnal visitor; morning star [English speaking countries]
  • Tariq (Arabic) - Nocturnal visitor; morning star [Arabic and English speaking countries]
  • Tarique (Arabic) - Morning star. Variant of Tariq
  • Tarit (Indian) - Lightning
  • Tarkesh (Indian) - Prince of the stars
  • Tarkeshwar (Indian) - Name of Lord Shiva
  • Tarlochan (Indian) - Third dimension; number three
  • Taro (Japanese) - He who is a big Boy
  • Taroosh (Indian) - A small boat
  • Tarosh (Indian) - Heaven, small boat
  • Tarou (Japanese) - A big son
  • Tarpan (Indian) - Refreshing
  • Tarrah (Arabic) - Variant of Irish or Sanskrit Tara.
  • Tarsam (Indian) - One who arrives afet a long wait or is desirable
  • Tarsem (Indian) - One who was desired for a long time
  • Tarsh (Indian) - A star that brings luck
  • Taruh (Arabic) - Happy
  • Tarun (Indian) - Young
  • Tarundeep (Indian) - A young friend
  • Tarunesh (Indian) - The youthfulness
  • Taruntapan (Indian) - Morning sun
  • Tarus (Indian) - The light
  • Tarusa (Indian) - Conqueror
  • Tarvinder (Indian) - God's salvation in heaven
  • Tasher (Russian) - One who is born on christmas; energetic
  • Tasmee (Indian) - One who loves deeply
  • Tathagat (Indian) - Title of the buddha
  • Tathagata (Indian) - The one who is gone
  • Tatharaj (Indian) - Buddha
  • Tathya (Indian) - A truthful fact
  • Tatiana (Native American)
  • Tatsam (Indian) - One who co-coordinates
  • Tatsuya (Japanese) - Sign of the dragon
  • Tatva (Indian) - The element
  • Tatvagyanaprad (Indian) - He who grantes wisdom
  • Tatya (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Taurean (Latin) - Of Taurus [English speaking countries]

    May or may not be related to the astrological sign, Taurus. People who are born under the sign of Taurus are called Taureans.

  • Tausiq (Indian,Sanskrit) - Reinforcement; Tauseak, Tauseek and Tauseeq are variant transcriptions
  • Tautik (Indian) - Pearl
  • Tavares (Portuguese) - Descendent of the hermit [English speaking countries]

    Transferred used of a Spanish and Portuguese surname, originally the name for someone from Tábara in Spain or from the Portuguese places named Tavares, and maybe meaning "descendent of the hermit; descendent of the retired man".

  • Tavaris (Portuguese) - Descendent of the hermit [English speaking countries]

    Respelling of the surname Tavares.

  • Tavian (Latin) - Eighth [English speaking countries]

    Used as an abbreviation for Octavian.

  • Tavio (Scottish) - Variant of Thomas twin.
  • Tavion (French) - Variant of Thomas twin.
  • Tavion (Aramaic) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Tavish (Aramaic) - Twin [English speaking countries]

    Anglicized form of the Gaelic name Thàmhais or back-formation of the the Scottish surname MacTavish ("son of Thomas"). Tavish may also be taken as a variant spelling of the Sanskrit name Tavisha, meaning "strong and energetic".

  • Tavisha (Scottish) - Heaven
  • Tavon (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage, constructed similarly to such names as Javon or Davon.

  • Tavorian (Hebrew,United States) - Misfortunate one
  • Tawnee (Scottish) - A green field: the warm sandy color of a lion's coat.
  • Tayden (United States) - Modern American name, combination of Taylor and Aiden
  • Taylen (United States) - American invented name
  • Taylia (Irish)
  • Tayne (United States) - Variant of Tane, Polynesian God of the sky
  • Tayshaun (Gaelic) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage, derived from the name Shawn.

  • Tayton (English,United States) - He who brings happiness
  • Taz (French)
  • Tearle (Irish) - Stem
  • Ted (Greek) - Gift of God [English speaking countries]

    Can also be a pet form of Edward.

  • Teddy (Greek) - Gift of God [English speaking countries]
  • Teddy Bear (English)
  • Tedmund (English) - National protector
  • Teerth (Indian) - Holy place
  • Teerthankar (Indian) - A jain saint
  • Teg (Indian) - One who swings a sword
  • Tegan (English) - Good-looking.
  • Tegbir (Indian) - Brave warrior with a sword
  • Tegh (Indian) - He who wields the sword
  • Tegvir (Indian) - A bright Boy
  • Teige (English) - Good-looking.
  • Teijinder (Indian) - God of grandeur
  • Teijo (Japanese) - A righteous Boy
  • Teja surya (Indian) - Man who is radiant and bright
  • Tejai (Indian) - One who glows
  • Tejash (Indian) - He who is sharp and bright
  • Tejasvar (Indian) - The intelligent one
  • Tejbir (Indian) - The glory of the brave one
  • Tejendra (Indian) - Lord of the Sun
  • Tejesh (Indian) - God of brightness, sun
  • Tejeshwar (Indian) - Lord of brightness
  • Tejindar (Indian) - God's splendor in heaven
  • Tejinderjit (Indian) - One who won God
  • Tejomay (Indian) - Glorious
  • Tejovikas (Indian) - One who shines brightly
  • Tejpal (Indian) - Protector of brilliance
  • Tekjot (Indian) - One who is supported by the divine light
  • Teknam (Indian) - One who takes support of the Lord's name
  • Tekroop (Indian) - Personification of God's support
  • Telutci (Australian) - Bear making dust (Miwok)
  • Temman (French) - Tame
  • Tempeste (Native American) - Stormy
  • Ten
  • Tennessee (United States) - A meeting place
  • Terance (English,United States) - A tender and gentle person
  • Terell (Spanish) - Powerful.
  • Terell (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Terence (Latin) - Uncertain; maybe soft, tender [English speaking countries]

    The name was borne by a Roman writer of comedies, Publius Terentius Afer, commonly known as Terence.

  • Teresa - Variant of Theresa. Name of two popular saints Teresa of Avila and Therese of Lisieux
  • Teriana (German) - Abbreviation of Teresa which is a popular saint's name of uncertain meaning.
  • Terrance (Latin) - Uncertain; maybe soft, tender [English speaking countries]

    This is an alternate spelling of Terence or Terrence.

  • Terrel (English,United States) - He who is stuborn
  • Terrell (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Terrence (English) - Tender
  • Terrence (Latin) - Uncertain; maybe soft, tender [English speaking countries]

    This is a variant spelling of Terence.

  • Terrill (English) - Thunder ruler
  • Terriss (Irish) - Son of Terrence
  • Terryn (English) - Abbreviation of Teresa which is a popular saint's name of uncertain meaning.
  • Teryysone (Irish) - Son of Terrell
  • Tetsuya (Japanese) - An intelligent philosopher
  • Tevaughn (United States) - He who resembles a tiger
  • Tevin (English) - Variant of the word teeve hillside.
  • Tevin (Gaelic) - Beautiful at birth [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage perhaps based on the name Kevin.

  • Thacher (Irish) - Roofer
  • Thaddeus (Aramaic) - Uncertain, perhaps praised or heart [English speaking countries]

    Latin form of Lebbaeus, which is of uncertain origin but is possibly Aramaic (possibly meaning praised or heart) and a variant of the Greek Theodoros/Theodotos (God's gift).
    In the New Testament Thaddeus is listed as one of the apostles, probably e

  • Thaddius (English)
  • Thakarshi (Indian) - Lord krishna
  • Thakur (Indian) - Leader, god
  • Thakurjeet (Indian) - He who has won God's love
  • Thalbir (Indian) - A brave warrior
  • Thalia (English)
  • Thaman (Indian) - Name of god
  • Thamen (Indian) - Name of God
  • Thaqaf (Indian) - One with great skills
  • Tharen (Hebrew)
  • Thashan (Indian) - Name of Lord Shiva
  • Thavanesh (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Thayalan (Indian) - Name of Lord Shiva
  • Thearl - Stem
  • Theenash (Indian) - A rising star
  • Theo (English) - Gift of god
  • Theo (French) - Gift of god
  • Theo (Greek) - Gift of god
  • Theodore (Greek) - Gift of God [English, French and Greek speaking countries]

    Theodore was a pre-Christian name borne by many learned men in ancient Greece, including the ironically-named Theodorus the Atheist. There have been various saints named Theodore, and two popes.

    Theodore Roosevelt was President of the Uni

  • Theomund (English) - Wealthy defender
  • Theridamas (English)
  • Theron (Greek) - Hunter [English speaking countries]

    From 'theraein', 'to hunt'. Theron was an ancient king of Sicily, though the name is today encountered mostly as a surname.

  • Therron - Untamed.
  • Thieny (French) - Rule of the peop]e
  • Thirath (Indian) - A holy place
  • Thomas (Aramaic) - Twin [Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Norwegian and Swedish speaking countries]

    Thomas has been very popular in the UK for several years, staying at second place in 2007. In the US it ranked 51st. St Thomas was one of the twelve disciples of Jesus. He is often known as 'doubting Thomas' as he requires proof of the resurrection of Jes

  • Thomasin (French) - Twin
  • Thomsina (English) - Twin
  • Thornly (English) - From the thorny meadow
  • Thorpe (English) - From the village
  • Thrisha (English) - Intellectual.
  • Thulasitharan (Indian) - The Moon
  • Thunder (English)
  • Thurston (Irish) - Thor's stone
  • Tia (English) - Princess or Crowned One
  • Tiago (Spanish) - Saint James [English and Portuguese speaking countries]

    Portuguese form of Santiago.

  • Tiane (English) - Abbreviation of Tatiana.
  • Tiber (Irish)
  • Tidbit (Irish)
  • Tiernay (Greek) - Regal
  • Tiffney (Celtic) - Variant of the Greek name Theophania referring to the Epiphany - manifestation of divinity.
  • Tijil (Indian) - Moon
  • Tiko (Irish)
  • Tilak (Indian) - Ornament, ornamental mark on forehead
  • Tilda (Native American) - Mighty in war
  • Tim (Greek) - To honor God, to fear God [English speaking countries]
  • Timin (Indian) - Large fish
  • Timmie (English,Greek,United States) - One who honour God or fear from God
  • Timmothy (Greek) - To honor God, to fear God [English speaking countries]

    Rare variant of Timothy.

  • Timmy (Greek) - To honor God, to fear God [English speaking countries]
  • Timo (English) - Variant of Timothy one who honors God.
  • Timofei (Greek,Russian) - The honour of god
  • Timofey (Greek,Russian) - One who fears from God in honour
  • Timotei (Greek,Romanian,Bulgarian) - A person who honours the God
  • Timothy (Greek) - To honor God, to fear God [English speaking countries]

    St Timothy was a companion of Paul, and the recipient of the two letters to Timothy, contained within the New Testament.

    The name has been borne by James Bond actor Timothy Dalton, 'The Goodies' comedian Tim Brooke-Taylor and actor Timothy

  • Tina (English) - River
  • Tinny (Australian,New Zealand) - The medals of few non-precious metals
  • Tintagel (Spanish) - Land of Igraine
  • Tipper - Nickname and variant of the Irish name Tabar meaning a well.
  • Tirell (Irish) - Thunder ruler
  • Tiriaq (United States) - Wearing a weasel or a fur
  • Tirranand (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Tirthankar (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Tirthayaad (Indian) - Lord krishna
  • Tirthesh (Indian) - The name is derived from Tirth and means ford.
  • Tirumala (Indian) - Seven hills
  • Tirupathi (Indian) - Seven hills
  • Tisyaketu (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Titir (Indian) - A bird
  • Titus (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    A Roman praenomen (given name), possibly related to Latin titulus "title of honour".

    Romans bearing the name Titus include Emperor Titus Flavius Vespasianus, who reigned between the years 79 and 81, and Titus Livius - the historian who is m

  • Tiva (English) - Dance (Hopi)
  • Tizoc (Nahuatl,United States) - An ancient Aztec ruler
  • Tizocicatzin (Nahuatl,United States) - An ancient king of Aztec empire
  • Tkalis (United States) - The sun or the light
  • Tlaloc (United States) - American God of rain and fertility
  • Tobias (Hebrew) - God is good [English and German speaking countries]
  • Toby (Hebrew)
  • Toby (Hebrew) - God is good [English speaking countries]

    Toby can be a nickname for Tobias, Tobiah or Tobin, or a stand-alone name.

    In Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night' Sir Toby Belch is the frequently drunk uncle of Olivia.

    In British 'Punch and Judy' shows, Punch's dog is called Toby

  • Tocho (United States) - A lion from the mountains
  • Todd (Hebrew) - Fox. Tod is a Scottish nickname meaning a clever or wily person.
  • Todd (English) - Fox [English speaking countries]

    From a Middle English dialect word from the north of England.

  • Todros (Greek,United States,Middle East) - The God's graceful gift
  • Togquos - Twin (Algonquin)
  • Tohru (Japanese) - A transparent person
  • Toibe (English) - Goodly
  • Tokala (United States) - A fox, an animal fox
  • Tokyo (Japanese) - The capital to the east
  • Toland (Native American) - From the taxed land
  • Toltecatl (Aztec,United States) - An artist or a creative person
  • Tolya (Russian) - One who belongs or come from the east
  • Tom
  • Tom (Aramaic) - Twin [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    Tom is more widely known as a short form of Thomas. It may also be a Hebrew name of its own, meaning "honesty, innocence."

    Celebrity bearers of the name include Tom Cruise and Tom Hanks.

  • Toma (Romanian) - Romanian form of Tomas, meaning twin.
  • Tomas (English) - Twin
  • Tomasine - Twin
  • Tomiche (Japanese) - A wealthy and prosper person
  • Tomiichi (Japanese) - One who is wealthy and prosper
  • Tomlin (Hebrew) - Little twin
  • Tommie (Aramaic) - Twin [English speaking countries]
  • Tommy - Tommy is, of course, short for Thomas... And Thomas means "twin" and is of the Aramaic origin.
  • Tommy (Aramaic) - Twin [English speaking countries]
  • Tomohiro (Japanese) - A huge or broad wisdom or knowledge
  • Tomoya (Japanese) - A wise or an intelligent person
  • Tonio (English) - highly praiseworthy. From Anthony.
  • Tony (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Anthony is from the Roman family name Antonius. Commonly shortened to "Tony" in the English speaking world, Anthony is one of the most common male names in the U.S., Canada, Great Britain, and Australia. Saint Anthony the Great was the father of Christi

  • Toot Toot (Spanish)
  • Tootsie (English)
  • Toren - Variant of Torrence From the craggy hills. Tor is a name for a craggy hilltop and also may refer to a watchtower.
  • Torey (Irish) - Derived from Victoria triumphant.
  • Torht (Scottish) - Bright
  • Torion - Variant of Torrence From the craggy hills. Tor is a name for a craggy hilltop and also may refer to a watchtower.
  • Torkel (German,Swiss) - Thor's cauldron.
  • Torr (United States) - Tower
  • Torr (Scottish) - Tower
  • Torran (English) - Variant of Torrence From the craggy hills. Tor is a name for a craggy hilltop and also may refer to a watchtower.
  • Torree - Derived from Victoria triumphant.
  • Torrey (Scottish) - Lives by the tower
  • Torrey (Latin) - Conqueror; victory [English speaking countries]
  • Torrie (Celtic) - From the craggy hills.
  • Tory (Scottish) - From the craggy hills. Surname based on Tor: Torrence or Tower.
  • Toshan (Indian) - Satisfaction
  • Toshiro (Japanese) - A talented or intelligent person
  • Tova (English) - Goodly
  • Toyesh (Indian) - Lord of water
  • Trace (English) - From Thracia. Surname dating from before the Norman conquest.
  • Tracie (French) - Alternate Spelling: Tracy.
  • Trae (French) - Three [English speaking countries]
  • Traigh (French) - Strand.
  • Trailokva (Indian) - The three worlds
  • Trapper (United States) - One who traps the birds, a trapper
  • Trapper (Irish)
  • Travis (French) - Toll collector [English speaking countries]

    A Norman French name ultimately derived from the verb 'traverser' (to cross).

  • Travon (French) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage.

  • Treabhar (English) - Prudent
  • Treasach (Irish) - Fighter
  • Tredway (Irish) - Strong warrior
  • Trella (English) - Star
  • Tremaine (Cornish) - Rock settlement [English speaking countries]
  • Tremayne (Cornish) - Rock settlement [English speaking countries]
  • Trennen (English) - Divides
  • Trent (English) - Traveller; journey across [English speaking countries]

    The River Trent is an English river that traditionally marked the divide between north and south England. It flows through towns such as Nottingham, Stoke-on-Trent and Burton upon Trent.

  • Trenton (German) - Refers to the English river Trent. Surname.
  • Trenton (English) - Trent's town [English speaking countries]

    Trenton is the capital city of the state of New Jersey.

  • Tres (English) - Three
  • Trevin (Welsh) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Trevin (United States) - From the fair town
  • Trevion (United States) - Fair town
  • Trevion (English) - Fair town. Abbreviation of Trevelyan.
  • Trevor (English) - Prudent
  • Trey (Irish) - Three. Also a variant of Irish traigh Strand
  • Trey (French) - Three [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage from the Old French 'treis' (three).

  • Treyton (Gaelic) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Treyton (United States) - The third-born child
  • Triambak (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Tribhuvan (Indian) - With knowledge of 3 worlds
  • Tridev (Indian) - Hindu trinity, bramha, vishnu and mahesh
  • Tridhaman (Indian) - The holy trinity
  • Tridhatri (Indian) - Lord ganesh
  • Tridib (Indian) - Heaven
  • Trigun (Indian) - The three dimensions
  • Trijal (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Trikay (Indian) - Lord buddha
  • Trilochan (Indian) - Three eyed
  • Trilok (Indian) - Three worlds
  • Trilokanath (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Trilokchand (Indian) - Moon of the three worlds
  • Trilokesh (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Trimaan (Indian) - Worshipped in three worlds
  • Trimurti (Indian) - The holy trinity
  • Trinabh (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Trinath (Indian) - Lord shivtripur three cities
  • Trinayan (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Trinette (English) - Little innocent
  • Tripp (United States) - A traveler
  • Tripurajit (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Tripurari (Indian) - Name of lord shiva
  • Trish (English) - Abbreviation of Patricia noble.
  • Trishanku (Indian) - An ancient king
  • Trishar (Indian) - Pearl necklace
  • Trishul (Indian) - Lord shiva's trident
  • Trishulank (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Trishulin (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Tristen (French) - Feminine of Tristan noisy:full of sorrows and/or a rhyming variant of Christa.
  • Tristen (Gaelic) - Tumult [English speaking countries]
  • Tristian - Tumult: outcry. From the Celtic name Tristan. In Arthurian legend Tristan was a Knight of the Round Table and tragic hero of the medieval tale Tristram and Isolde.
  • Tristin (English) - Tumult: outcry. From the Celtic name Tristan. In Arthurian legend Tristan was a Knight of the Round Table and tragic hero of the medieval tale Tristram and Isolde.
  • Tristin (Gaelic) - Tumult [English speaking countries]
  • Triston (Gaelic) - Tumult [English speaking countries]

    Another spelling of Tristan.

  • Triton (Greek)
  • Trivikram (Indian) - An epithet of vishnu
  • Troy (French) - Curly haired
  • Troy (French) - Troyes [English speaking countries]

    Troy, as a surname, derives from the French city of Troyes. The ancient Greek island of Troy is, presumably, why Troy has become popular as a first name. The meaning is unknown. The name can also be an anglicisation of the Gaelic Troightheach, which me

  • Troyes (French) - Curly haired
  • Truett
  • Trumaine (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Could either be a relation to Tremaine, which is a Cornish surname sometimes found used as a first name meaning "rock settlement" or it could be a modern creation from Truman, "faithful man". Modern coinage.

  • Trumble (English) - Strong or bold
  • Trushit (Indian) - Hunger
  • Trypp (English) - Traveler
  • Trystan (Gaelic) - Tumult [English and Welsh speaking countries]

    The Welsh spelling of Tristan.

  • Tse (Native American) - Rock (Navajo)
  • Tsiishchili (Native American) - Curly haired (Navajo)
  • Tsukiya (Japanese) - Resembles the white moon.
  • Tuan (Vietnamese) - Intelligent, bright [English and Vietnamese speaking countries]
  • Tuari (United States) - Baby eagle or child eagle.
  • Tucker (English) - Someone who folds cloth [English speaking countries]

    From an English surname that was derived from Tucian. Tucian and Tucker are both occupation surnames referring to someone who fulls or increases the weight of cloth.

  • Tuckere (English) - Tucker of doth
  • Tucson (United States) - Who comes from the town of Arizona.
  • Tufan (Indian) - Storm
  • Tuhin (Indian) - Snow
  • Tuhinsurra (Indian) - White as snow
  • Tuka (Indian) - Young Boy
  • Tukaram (Indian) - A poet saint
  • Tulasidas (Indian) - Servant of tulasi, basil plant
  • Tulio (Spanish) - Lively
  • Tulsidaas (Indian) - Servant of tulsi
  • Tulsidas (Indian) - A famous Saint
  • Tulsikumar (Indian) - Son of tulsi
  • Tulukaruk (Alaskan) - Crow
  • Tulukaruk (Eskimo) - Crow
  • Tumai (Australian) - Trustworthy or upright.
  • Tunava (Indian) - A flute
  • Tunda (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Tunganath (Indian) - Lord of the mountains
  • Tungar (Indian) - High, lofty
  • Tungesh (Indian) - Moon
  • Tungeshwar (Indian) - Lord of the mountains
  • Tungish (Indian) - Lord shiva, lord vishnu
  • Tuomas (Hebrew) - Twin
  • Tupac (United States) - Refers to majestic or imperial.
  • Tuppere (English) - Ram herder
  • Turag (Indian) - A thought
  • Turi (Spanish) - Bear
  • Turner (French) - Champion in a tournament
  • Turner (English) - One who crafts objects using a lathe [English speaking countries]
  • Turvasu (Indian) - A son of yayaati
  • Turvi (Indian) - Extra ordinary or out standing.
  • Tushaar (Indian) - Frost
  • Tushar (Indian) - Winter
  • Tushara (Indian,Sanskrit) - Refers to mist, haze or fog.
  • Tusharkanti (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Tusharsuvra (Indian) - White as snow
  • Tusya (Indian) - Another name of Lord Shiva.
  • Tuvidyumna (Indian) - Lord indra
  • Tuvijat (Indian) - Lord indra
  • Twain (United States) - Divided in two
  • Twein (English) - Cut in two
  • Twitchel (English) - Lives on a narrow passage
  • Ty (English) - Abbreviation for names beginning with Ty-.
  • Ty (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Nickname for names such as Tyler and Tyrone.

  • Ty (United States) - A short form of tyler
  • Tyaagaraaj (Indian) - A Deity
  • Tyagraja (Indian) - A famous Poet
  • Tyeson (French) - Fiery.
  • Tyfiell (English) - Derivative of the Scandinavian god of battle Tyr. Tuesday was named for Tyr.
  • Tyler (English) - Tile maker; tile layer [English speaking countries]

    Tyler is a city in Texas, presumably named so after John Tyler, the 10th US President.

  • Tylere (English) - Maker of tiles
  • Tylor (English) - Tile maker; tile layer [English speaking countries]
  • Tyquan (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Tyreeque (Arabic) - Morning Star. The Bright One.
  • Tyrell (English) - Thunder ruler
  • Tyrell (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Tyrese (Gaelic) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage, perhaps a combination of the names Ty and Rhys.

  • Tyrone (Gaelic) - Land of the noble [English speaking countries]

    From the name of a County in Northern Ireland, meaning "land of Eoghan, land of the noble".

  • Tyrus (English) - Modern blend of Tyrone and Cyrus: or a reference to the ancient Phoenician city of Tyre.
  • Tysen (English) - Son of Dye [English speaking countries]
  • Tyshawn (Hebrew) - God is gracious [English speaking countries]

    A recently coined combination of the nickname Ty with the name Shawn.

  • Tyson (English) - Son of Dye [English speaking countries]

    Tyson is a very popular brand of poultry in the United States. Tyson Gay is an American sprinter. Mike Tyson is a boxer who served a sentence for rape in the early 1990s.

  • Tzefanyah (Hebrew) - Treasure by God
  • Tzuriel (Hebrew) - God is my rock
Female Names
  • Taani (Indian) - Persuasion to continue to do something
  • Taanusiya (Indian) - A great devotee, enthusiatic about someone or something
  • Taarika (Indian) - Starlet, a little star; A flower-shaped earring
  • Tabatha (Aramaic) - Gazelle [English speaking countries]
  • Tabetha (Aramaic) - Gazelle [English speaking countries]
  • Tabitha (Aramaic) - Gazelle [English speaking countries]

    In the New Testament, Tabitha is a woman whom the apostle Peter raised from the dead.

    Tabitha was the name of the magical protagonist in the popular mid-century U.S. sitcom "Bewitched."

  • Tablita (United States) - A tiara a headdress with feathers and symbolic design
  • Tabora - Plays a small drum
  • Tadd (Native American) - Abbreviation of Thaddeus who was one of Christ's 12 apostles.
  • Tadhg (Spanish) - Bard
  • Tadita (United States) - The running one; To the wind
  • Tahki (United States) - Completely, without anything left
  • Tahlia (Hebrew) - Dew of God; female lamb [English speaking countries]
  • Tahnee (Russian) - Female ruler of an independent state
  • Taidhgin (Hebrew) - (pronounced Tee-gan), A poet or a philosopher.
  • Taigi (United States) - Returning of the moon
  • Taija (Indian) - A tiara worn by a ruler of a kingdom
  • Tailynn (United States) - From the vietnamese word tai which means talented and english word lynn which means waterfall
  • Taina (Latin) - N/A [English and Finnish speaking countries]

    Finnish nickname form of Tatiana.

  • Taini (United States) - Born during the returning moon
  • Tainn (United States) - New moon baby
  • Taiomah (United States) - Thunder; Bear those voice who makes the rocks trembles
  • Taipa (United States) - To spread the wings
  • Taisha (United States) - Someone who is alive; She who lives
  • Taisiya (Russian) - From the greek name thais which means witty courtesan
  • Tait (Romanian) - One who brings joy.
  • Taitlynn (United States) - Light of our life
  • Taja (Sanskrit) - Crown [Arabic and English speaking countries]
  • Tajagna (Indian) - Exceptionally clever and talented
  • Taka (Japanese) - Tall, honorable peregrine
  • Takako (Japanese) - Child who is an aristocrat
  • Takala (United States) - Tassel of a corn
  • Takara (Japanese) - A piece to cherish, a jewel
  • Takarra (Japanese) - Precious item, precious one
  • Taki (Japanese) - Plunging waterfall
  • Talah (United States) - Palm tree that is just about to start to grow
  • Talaya (United States) - Dew from heaven
  • Talayeh - Golden ray of sun or advanced gaurd
  • Talayeh (Indian) - An advance guard
  • Taleigha (Australian) - Lamb of God
  • Talena (United States) - From ancient celtic ta'lena which means the rock; Spanish dimunitive of the name magdalena
  • Talia (Arabic) - Dew of heaven
  • Talikha (Indian) - Nightingale
  • Talise (United States) - Beautiful water
  • Taliyah (Hebrew) - Dew of God; female lamb [English speaking countries]

    Respelling of Talia.

  • Tallis (Hebrew) - Woodland.
  • Tallulah (United States) - Lady of abundance
  • Talmadge (Arabic) - Variant of Tal tall. Surname.
  • Talori (French) - Morning's dew
  • Talyssa (Romanian) - Consecrated to God.
  • Tamali (Indian) - A tree with a very dark bark
  • Tamalika (Indian) - Belonging to a place full of tamal
  • Tamami (Japanese) - A woman who is a beautiful gem or jewel
  • Tamana (Indian) - One who is desired
  • Tamanna (Indian) - One who is desired
  • Tamar (Hebrew) - Palm tree
  • Tamara (Hebrew) - Palm tree [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    Tamara de Lempicka was a Polish art deco painter. Tamara or Tammy Faye was an American Christian evangelist.

  • Tamas (English) - Twin
  • Tamasa (Indian) - A river, darkness
  • Tamashree (Indian) - One who is perfect and a whole person
  • Tamasi (Indian) - Night
  • Tamasvi (Indian) - One who has darkness inside
  • Tamasvini (Indian) - A girl of the night
  • Tamatha (United States) - Name means Dear Tammy, Dear palm tree
  • Tamber (United States) - A musical tone. One who is musical
  • Tambi (United States) - A young one, a child
  • Tameka (Hebrew) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Tami (Aramaic) - Twin [English speaking countries]
  • Tamia (Aramaic) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage of uncertain derivation. Tamia might be an elaboration of Tam or Tammy. It may also be modeled on the name Tania.

  • Tamiko (Japanese) - A child of great beauty
  • Tamiqua (Japanese) - Japanese name meaning "People"
  • Tamir (Hebrew) - Owns palm trees
  • Tamira (United States) - A palm tree's splice
  • Tamisha (United States) - An American version of Tamara meaning the palm tree
  • Tammaan (Indian) - A woman full of desires
  • Tammanna (Indian) - A woman with big desires
  • Tammie (Hebrew) - Palm tree [English speaking countries]
  • Tammiella (United States) - A combination of Tamara and Ella, meaning a fairy maiden of the palm tree
  • Tammy (Aramaic) - Twin [English speaking countries]

    Nickname for Tam- names.

  • Tamra (Hebrew) - Palm tree [English speaking countries]
  • Tamsin (United States) - A short form of thomasina
  • Tamura (Japanese) - Japanese name meaning rice village
  • Tana (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Apparently a pet form of Tania/Tanya, used infrequently as a name in its own right.

  • Tanae (United States) - She who is worthy of praise
  • Tanam (Indian) - A slender girl
  • Tanasi (Indian) - A beautiful princess
  • Tanaya (Indian) - Daughter
  • Tandice (United States) - A team, a person who is a part of a team
  • Tandilyn (United States) - Variation of the name Tandi meaning a team
  • Taneesha (Indian) - A fairy queen; an ambitious woman
  • Tanesha (African) - Born on Monday [English speaking countries]
  • Tanessa (English)
  • Taney (Japanese) - Japanese name meaning valley
  • Tangela (United States) - An angel
  • Tangia (United States) - One who is like an angel
  • Tanginika (United States) - Goddess of the lake
  • Tanguy (English) - Fighter
  • Tania (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Tania is an alternative form of Tanya, a nickname of Tatyana, which is probably derived from the Latin "Tatianus" or "Tatius," a family name of unknown definition.

  • Tania (Russian) - Name in honour of an early Christianity martyr
  • Taniamitra (Indian) - A queen of fairy
  • Tanika (Indian) - Rope [English speaking countries]
  • Tanika (Indian) - Rope
  • Tanima (Indian) - Slenderness
  • Tanirika (Indian) - A flower
  • Tanis (Phoenician) - Serpent lady [English and Greek speaking countries]

    Greek cognate of the Phoenician Tanith.

  • Tanisha (American)
  • Tanisha (African) - Born on Monday [African and English speaking countries]

    Tanisha may be related to a Hausa day name for children born on Monday.
    It could also be a modern coinage from the preffix Ta- with Aisha, or perhaps an elaborated form of Tania.

  • Tanishi (Indian) - Name of Goddess Durga
  • Tanishka (Indian) - Goddess of gold
  • Tanisi (Indian) - Name of Goddess Durga
  • Taniya (Russian) - Russian pet form of Tatiana; fairy princess
  • Taniyah (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    A recently coined variant of Tania.

  • Tanmana (Indian) - One who is filled with desire
  • Tanmayee (Indian) - An ecstasy
  • Tanmayi (Indian) - One who is ecstatic
  • Tannishtha (Indian) - Dedicated
  • Tannistha (Indian) - Devoted
  • Tansi (Indian) - A beautiful princess
  • Tanu (Indian) - From the river
  • Tanuja (Indian) - Daughter
  • Tanuka (Indian) - Slender
  • Tanulata (Indian) - Slim (creeper-like body)
  • Tanupa (Indian) - Hunger
  • Tanurikia (Indian) - A girl with a flower
  • Tanushi (Indian) - She who is beautiful
  • Tanushree (Indian) - Woman who is very appealing
  • Tanushri (Indian) - Beauty
  • Tanvee (Indian) - Slender and beautiful woman
  • Tanvi (Indian) - A beautiful and delicate woman
  • Tanya (Russian) - Russian diminutive of Tatiana
  • Tanya - Princess
  • Tanya (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Tanya is a nickname of Tatyana, which is probably derived from the Latin "Tatianus" or "Tatius," a family name of unknown definition.

  • Tapashini (Indian) - An aestetic
  • Tapashya (Indian) - A girl who meditates
  • Tapasi (Indian) - A female Ascetic, in pursuit to spiritual goals
  • Tapati (Indian) - In mythology, the daughter of the sun god
  • Tapi (Indian) - Name of river
  • Tapni (Indian) - Godavari river in India
  • Tapti (Indian) - Same as tapi, daughter of sun
  • Tara (Gaelic) - Crag; hill [English speaking countries]

    A name of Devi, the Divine Mother, used in the Tantras.

  • Taraa (Indian) - Goddess of the Sea
  • Tarafah (Russian) - Tree
  • Taraka (Indian) - Star
  • Tarakeshwari (Indian) - Goddess parvati
  • Tarakini (Indian) - Starry night
  • Tarala (Indian) - Honey bee
  • Tarali (Indian) - A group of shining stars in the sky
  • Taralynn (United States) - American variation of the name Tara meaning hill
  • Tarana (Indian) - She who is born during the day
  • Tarangini (Indian) - A river
  • Taranija (Indian) - River yamuna
  • Tarasha (Indian) - Sanskrit name meaning star
  • Taree (Japanese) - A branch that is bending
  • Tariana (United States) - Combination name, from names Tara and Ariana, a holy hill
  • Tarika (Indian) - Flower shaped earring
  • Tarini (Indian) - Goddess parvati
  • Tarita (Indian) - Name of Goddess Durga
  • Tarjani (Indian) - The first finger
  • Tarkeshwari (Indian) - Parvati
  • Tarla (Indian) - A radiant woman
  • Tarli (Indian) - A group of shining stars in the sky
  • Tarlika (Indian) - Name of Goddess Durga
  • Tarpana (Indian) - She who is a Goddess
  • Tarra (Indian) - Of the tower; rocky hill or star. An astral goddess in mythology
  • Tarub (Indian) - Merry
  • Tarulata (Indian) - A Crossing or intersection
  • Taruni (Indian) - A young girl
  • Tarunika (Indian) - Young girl
  • Tarunima (Indian) - Youth
  • Tarushi (Indian) - A pumpkin
  • Tarushree (Indian) - A small plant
  • Taryn (Italian) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage, possibly influenced by Tara and Karen.

  • Tasha (English)
  • Tashanay (United States) - Alteration of Natasha meaning born on Christmas day
  • Tashi (Indian) - Great accompishment
  • Tashina (United States) - A woman wearing a blanket
  • Tasi (Arabic)
  • Tasia (Greek) - Resurrection [English speaking countries]

    Short form of Anastasia.

  • Tassa (Romanian) - Tassa is a short form of Natasha, meaning born at Christmas.
  • Tassy (Russian) - Variation of the Russian name Tassie, means born on Christmas
  • Tasunke (Native American) - Horse (Dakota)
  • Tasya (Russian) - She who will be reborn, short from Anastasia
  • Tatána (Russian,Slovak) - Father's daughter
  • Tati (Russian) - Short from Russian name Tatiana
  • Tatiana (Russian) - Queen of the fairies
  • Tatiana (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    In Christianity, several early Eastern saints bore the name Tatiana. "Tatiana" is also the name of a Russian ballet.

  • Tatianna (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Tatini (Indian) - River
  • Tatleen (Indian) - One who is absorbed in the ultimate truth
  • Tatsuo (Japanese) - A female dragon
  • Tattina (United States) - Combination of name Tatiana and Tina
  • Tatum (Romanian) - One who brings joy.
  • Tatyana (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Tatyana is probably derived from the Latin "Tatianus" or "Tatius," a family name of unknown definition. Tatiana is used with some regularity in the English-speaking world, though it is not as popular as its variants Tania, Tanya, and Tanja.

  • Tatyanah (United States) - A fairy princess
  • Taura (Japanese) - Many lakes or rivers
  • Taura (English) - An astrological name: feminine of Taurus the bull.
  • Taveon - Variant of Thomas twin.
  • Tavin (English) - A nickname for Gustav royal staff.
  • Tavishi (Indian) - Name of Goddess Durga
  • Tavleen (Indian) - Captivated by God
  • Tawnie (Hindu) - A green field: the warm sandy color of a lion's coat.
  • Tawny (English) - Tawny, tanned [English speaking countries]

    Tawny describes a tan or ruddy color. Usually used in reference to the color of an animal's fur. It can be used as a nickname for the name Tanya or Tonya.

    Tawny Kitaen is an American model and actress who was famous in the 1980's, particul

  • Tawny (United States) - Brownish yellow, tan
  • Tawnya (Irish) - A green field: the warm sandy color of a lion's coat.
  • Taya (Greek) - Unknown, perhaps poor one [English and Russian speaking countries]

    Pet form of the Russian name Taisiya.

    Taya is mostly used in English-speaking countries as a modern coinage; the feminine form of Tay.

  • Taydem (Irish) - Light hearted, Cheerful, originally spelt Tatum
  • Taydem (Romanian) - One who is light hearted and cheerful.
  • Tayga (United States) - The gracious one
  • Tayja (Indian) - A little gem
  • Tayla (English) - A tailor [English speaking countries]

    A modern respelling of Taylor, especially popular in Austraila where Taylor and Tayla are pronounced the same.

  • Taylah (English) - A tailor [English speaking countries]

    A modern respelling of Taylor, especially popular in Austraila where Taylor and Taylah are pronounced the same.

  • Taylee (English,United States) - Variant of the name Taylor, occupational name, tailor
  • Taylor (English) - A tailor
  • Tayna (United States) - A seamstress
  • Taysia (United States) - Woman from Asia
  • Tayte - Brings joy
  • Tea (Greek) - Gift of God [English, Finnish and German speaking countries]

    Short form of Theodora.

  • Teagan (English) - Good-looking.
  • Teagan (Romanian) - One who is good looking.
  • Teaghan (Gaelic) - Little poet [English speaking countries]
  • Teanna (Irish) - Free spirit or beautiful mind.
  • Teanna (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Tedd (English) - Abbreviation of Theodore.
  • Teela (Welsh) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    A modern coinage which has no real meaning or origin. It is interesting to note that this name broke the US top 1000 names in 1984, the same year that Masters of the Universe became popular in cartoon form on US television. Teela was an integral part of

  • Teela (United States) - A form of teala
  • Teertha (Indian) - Place of pilgrimage
  • Teijinderjeet (Indian) - One who wins God of greatness
  • Teijinderjit (Indian) - She who won God of grandeur
  • Teisha (Irish) - Sweet melody.
  • Tejal (Indian) - Lustrous
  • Tejasvi (Indian) - An energetic, brilliant woman
  • Tejaswi (Indian) - Lustrous
  • Tejaswini (Indian) - Radiant, intellegent
  • Teji (Indian) - One who radiates light
  • Tejinderpreet (Indian) - One who loves the mighty God
  • Tejomayi (Indian) - She who is full or brightness
  • Telen (Irish)
  • Telfour - Works in iron
  • Telissa (United States) - American created name
  • Tender - She who is sensitive
  • Teneesha (Indian) - Ruler of people
  • Teness (English,United States) - A place of gathering near the water
  • Tenika (African) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Modern creation with no known meaning.

  • Tennie (United States) - Feminine short of Tennesse, a meeting place
  • Teo (French) - God. Abbreviation of names like Mateo and Teodor.
  • Teodec (Latin,Spanish,United States) - An entire Earth; fertile
  • Tera (Gaelic) - Crag; hill [English speaking countries]
  • Teresa (Greek) - Harvester [English, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish speaking countries]

    The exact meaning of Teresa is unknown, but it is likely to be from either the Greek word meaning "to harvest", the Greek word meaning "summer", or from the Greek island of Thera.

    This is a very popular Catholic name.

    St Tere

  • Teri (Greek) - Harvester [English speaking countries]
  • Terika (Romanian) - Abbreviation of Teresa, meaning to harvest.
  • Terilynn (Spanish) - Abbreviation of Teresa which is a popular saint's name of uncertain meaning.
  • Terra (English) - Earth
  • Terra (Latin) - Earth, soil [English speaking countries]
  • Terrance (English) - Roman clan name.
  • Terrell (Latin) - Thunder ruler
  • Terri (Greek) - Harvester [English speaking countries]

    Also created as a feminine equivalent of Terry.

  • Terrica (United States) - American created name
  • Terryll (United States) - Modern invented name
  • Teryl (United States) - American created name
  • Tesla (United States) - Slavic surname, a tool used to harvest timber
  • Tess (Greek) - Harvester [English speaking countries]

    Tess (Teresa) is the heroine in Thomas Hardy's 1891 novel "Tess of the D'Ubervilles".

  • Tessa (Greek) - Harvester [English speaking countries]

    May also be of independent, though uncertain, origin.

    In the UK, a TESSA is a type of bank account (a Tax-Exempt Special Savings Account).

    Famous Tessas include British politician Tessa Jowell and actress Tessa Thompson.

  • Tessia (English) - Abbreviation of Teresa which is a popular saint's name of uncertain meaning.
  • Texanna (United States) - A girl from Texas
  • Teyen (English) - From the enclosure
  • Thahiya (Indian) - A melody
  • Thalia (Greek) - To flourish; bloom [English speaking countries]

    Latinized form of the Greek Thaleia.
    In Greek mythology, Thalia is the Muse of comedy and idyllic poetry.
    This was also the name of one of the Three Graces, daughters of Zeus. Her sisters are Aglaia and Euphrosyne.

  • Thamanna (Indian,Sanskrit) - One who is desired
  • Thaneesha (Indian) - An ambitious woman
  • Thaniksha (Indian) - A sociable, friendly and charming person
  • Thankam (Indian,Tamil) - The color of gold
  • Thanmayu (Indian) - A careful person
  • Tharaka (Indian) - A star
  • Tharanya (Indian) - One who is young and from Earth
  • Tharisha (Indian) - A wish or a desire
  • Thawain (Greek) - Thaw
  • Thea (Greek) - Gift of god [English speaking countries]
  • Thelma (Literary) - Will; wish [English speaking countries]

    Possibly from the Greek 'thelema' (wish, act of will). The name was probably coined by the author Marie Corelli in her novel "Thelma, A Norwegian Princess." The name does not have any apparently relation to the Norwegian language.

  • Theresa (Greek) - Harvester [English speaking countries]
  • Therese (Greek) - Harvester [English, French and German speaking countries]

    Variant of Teresa. Alternative spelling: Thérèse. The name is used in French and German speaking countries mostly.

  • Thorley (Hebrew) - From Thor's meadow
  • Thorndike (Hebrew) - From the thorny dike
  • Thumri (Indian) - Light classical melody
  • Thurle (German) - Strong fort.
  • Thwishaa (Indian) - She who radiates beauty
  • Tia (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage of uncertain derivation, although this word means 'aunt' in Spanish. Possibly taken from the end of names such as Laetitia.

  • Tiana (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage of no known meaning. Could be related to the name Christiana or Tatiana, or any name with a similar ending.

  • Tianna (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Tiara (English) - A three-tiered crown [English speaking countries]

    A tiara is a decorative headress usually worn by women for formal-wear.

  • Tiarchnach (Greek) - Regal
  • Tiarna (Russian) - A graceful princess
  • Tiarra (English) - A three-tiered crown [English speaking countries]
  • Tibbot (English) - Irish form of Theobald
  • Tierra (Spanish) - Earth [English speaking countries]

    Of uncertain origin; means 'earth' in Spanish, but may also be a respelling of Tiara.

  • Tiesha (Greek) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage with no known meaning.

  • Tiesha (United States) - Joy
  • Tiffanie - Variant of the Greek name Theophania referring to the Epiphany - manifestation of divinity.
  • Tiffanie (Greek) - Manifestation of god [English speaking countries]

    A modern respelling of Tiffany.

  • Tiffany (Greek) - Manifestation of god [English speaking countries]

    Tiffany is a traditional name used by Catholic parents for daughters born on January 6th. Tiffany & Co. is a luxury brand of jewelry and is the Tiffany referred to in the title of the 1961 Audrey Hepburn movie "Breakfast at Tiffany's."

  • Tiger (English)
  • Tighe (English) - Handsome. Variant of Teague.
  • Tikal (United States,Yucatec Maya) - Something at the waterhole or near the water reservoir
  • Tilaka (Indian) - A kind of necklace
  • Tilottama (Indian) - A celestial maiden
  • Tim (French) - Variant of Timothy one who honors God.
  • Timberly (African,United States) - A rock or gem from the lands on timber
  • Timeeka (United States) - A good spirited person
  • Timila (Indian) - A musical
  • Tina (Latin) - Follower of Christ [English speaking countries]
  • Tinecia (African,United States) - God is with us
  • Ting (Chinese) - A graceful or a slim person
  • Tinkal (Indian,Hindi) - A butterfly, beautiful butterfly
  • Tinki (English,United States) - One who is bashful or shy
  • Tinni (Indian) - A pet name means small or beautiful girl
  • Tiona (Celtic,United States) - A fairy queen, a deity
  • Tionna (English) - Abbreviation of Tatiana.
  • Tionne (United States) - A supreme gift from God
  • Tiponya (United States,Miwok) - An owl who is jabbing the hatching egg
  • Tipster (English)
  • Tisha (English) - N/A [African, English and Swahili speaking countries]

    Respelling of Titia, from names such as Letitia.

  • Tista (Indian) - A tributary of ganga river located in north india
  • Titiksha (Indian) - Forgiveness
  • Tiva (United States) - The dance or one who loves to dance
  • Tiya (Indian) - a bird, small and beautiful bird
  • Toad
  • Tobi (Native American)
  • Toccara (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Tocarra was a perfume made by the company Avon in 1981. After then it was used as a given name for a few years but has since fallen into disuse.

  • Tolinka (United States) - The flapping ear of a canine or coyote
  • Tolman (Hebrew) - Collects taxes
  • Tomo (Japanese) - Intelligence or a knowledge of a person
  • Tomoe (Japanese) - A blessing in the form of friend
  • Tomoko (Japanese) - A friendly or a knowing child
  • Tonantzin (Aztec,United States) - Mother earth or the mother Goddess
  • Tonasha (Hebrew) - Unknown
  • Toni (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    A nickname for Antonia, but more often an independent name created as a feminine form of Tony.

  • Tonia (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Tonica (Japanese,United States) - To the people, something to the race
  • Tonja (Russian) - One who is precious, priceless
  • Tonya - Feminine form of Anthony
  • Tonya (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Topanga (United States) - A point of meeting or mountain and sea
  • Tora (Latin,Japanese,Norse) - In Japanese it means a tigress. In Latin it refers to the victor or conqueror. In Norse it refers to Goddess of Thunder.
  • Tori (Latin) - Conqueror; victory [English speaking countries]

    Tori is a nickname for Victoria. This nickname is not common in the UK, possibly because it sounds like Tory, an alternative name for the Conservative Party. It entered the US top 1000 as a stand alone name in 1959 and has been of fluctuating popularity e

  • Torie (Scottish) - Variant of Victoria. Alternate Spellings: Tory, Tori.
  • Torie (United States) - A form of tori
  • Torn - From the thom tree
  • Torri (Scottish) - Derived from Victoria triumphant.
  • Tory (Scottish) - Derived from Victoria triumphant.
  • Tosha (Latin) - (Christ's) birthday [African, English and Swahili speaking countries]
  • Toshale (Indian) - One who is the satisfaction
  • Toshani (Indian) - One of the name of Goddess Durga
  • Toshawah (United States) - A jewellery item specifically a silver brooch
  • Toshika (Indian) - A bright or clever child, alert
  • Toshiko (Japanese) - An ancient or valued child
  • Toukere (African) - Tucker of doth
  • Towanda (United States) - A peaceful resting place or the place of rushing water
  • Townsend (Hebrew) - From the end of the town
  • Traci (English) - Thracius' place [English speaking countries]

    A modern respelling of Tracey.

  • Tracie (English) - Thracius' place [English speaking countries]
  • Track (United States) - A path or way, a season
  • Tracy (French) - From Thracia. Surname dating from before the Norman conquest.
  • Trakiala (United States) - A formed or created
  • Trandafira (Romanian) - Rose or rosebush
  • Trayi (Indian) - A scholar or an intellect person
  • Treasure (English) - Precious possession [English speaking countries]

    From the English vocabulary world.

  • Treeshita (Indian) - The three lines of anything
  • Tremayne (Spanish) - From the big town.
  • Treya (Indian) - A young woman walking on three paths
  • Trianna (German,United States) - A gracious or a noble person, a pure
  • Tricia (Latin) - A patrician [English speaking countries]
  • Tridhara (Indian) - The river ganga
  • Triguna (Indian) - Goddess durga, maya
  • Triguni (Indian) - The three dimensions
  • Trikaya (Indian) - Three dimensional
  • Trilochana (Indian) - Three eyed, durga
  • Trilohana (Indian) - One with the third eye
  • Triman (Indian) - One who is worshipped in all the three worlds
  • Trina (Greek) - Pure [English speaking countries]
  • Trinayana (Indian) - Who have three beautiful eyes
  • Trinayani (Indian) - Three eyed, durga
  • Trinetra (Indian) - Three eyed, durga
  • Trinity (Latin) - Threefold [English speaking countries]

    Trinity is a vocabulary word meaning 'threefold'. In Christianity, the trinity refers to the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, all of whom are part of the single being of God.

    Trinity was the name of the main female character in 'The Mat

  • Trinka (French)
  • Tripp - Traveler
  • Tripta (Indian) - Satisfied
  • Tripti (Indian) - Satisfaction
  • Tripuri (Indian) - Parvati
  • Trisha (Latin) - A patrician [English speaking countries]
  • Trishala (Indian) - Mother of lord mahavir
  • Trishna (Indian) - Thirst
  • Trista (Gaelic) - Tumult [English speaking countries]

    Modern feminine form of Tristan.
    It is also the Portuguese feminine form of the adjectif "sad". Trista is also a common nickname or shortened form of the name Beatrice, which is derived from Beatrix and means essentially "traveller through life".

  • Tristan (English) - Tumult: outcry. From the Celtic name Tristan. In Arthurian legend Tristan was a Knight of the Round Table and tragic hero of the medieval tale Tristram and Isolde.
  • Triveni (Indian) - Confluence of three rivers, the ganga, yamuna and saraswati
  • Triyama (Indian) - Night
  • Trudy
  • Trupti (Indian) - Satiatedness
  • Trusha (Indian) - Thirst
  • Trushna (Indian,Sanskrit) - Hunger
  • Trushti (Indian) - Satisfied
  • Truth - A blessed and fragrant person
  • Tryamon - A fairy princess
  • Tsubame (Japanese) - Accept or believe.
  • Tsubasa (Japanese) - Refers to section or extension.
  • Tsunade (Japanese) - One who is like the young thunder; confident
  • Tsuru (Japanese) - Stork greeting for a long last life.
  • Tuhi (Indian) - A noise or sound which a bird can make.
  • Tuhina (Indian) - Snow
  • Tula (Indian) - Balance, a zodiac sign
  • Tulasi (Indian) - A sacred plant, basil
  • Tulika (Indian) - Brush
  • Tulya (Indian) - Be the same as or corresponded.
  • Tupaarnaq (United States) - Herb or parsley which grows in jungle or forest.
  • Turanya (Indian) - Moving very fast.
  • Turya (Indian) - The one who has divine powers.
  • Tusharkana (Indian) - Thick ice cubes fall from the sky.
  • Tushita (Indian) - Happy, bliss and contented.
  • Tusi (Indian) - Revival or rebirth.
  • Tusti (Indian) - Peace, happiness
  • Tuwa (United States) - Universe or world.
  • Tvarika (Indian) - Swift, quick
  • Tvarita (Indian) - One of the names of Goddess Dhurga.
  • Tvesa (Indian) - Brilliant, glittering
  • Tvesha (Indian) - Refers to radiance or glow.
  • Tvisha (Indian) - Happy or cheerful.
  • Tvishi (Indian) - Refers to strength, power and glitter.
  • Twarita (Indian) - A fast individual; Goddess Durga
  • Twila (United States) - Derived from Twyla (woven)
  • Tyanna (Russian) - Disciple or devotee of Jesus Christ.
  • Tyanna (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    A respelling of the name Tiana.

  • Tyanne (United States) - Mixture of Tyrus (strength rock) and Anne (God has favoured me).
  • Tyesha (Arabic,United States) - Blooming and healthy.
  • Tyesha (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Tyfany (United States) - Diminutive form of tiffany.
  • Tylaisha
  • Tymaisha
  • Tyna (Romanian) - A variant of Tyne, meaning river.
  • Tyne (Romanian) - River
  • Tyra (Norse) - God [English speaking countries]

    Tyra Banks is an American supermodel and talk show host.

  • Tyra Banks
  • Tyrianne (American) - Land of Prayer
  • Tzippa (Hebrew) - Bird
Gender Neutral Names
  • Taaj (Indian) - One who is crowned
  • Tab (Greek) - Abbreviation of Tabor. The biblical Mt. Tabor is a landmark mountain near Nazareth.
  • Tabananica (United States) - Hears the sunrise
  • Tabby
  • Talasi (United States) - A corn tassel flower
  • Talia (Hebrew) - Dew of God; female lamb [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    Variant spelling of Talya, a Hebrew name meaning "dew of God", and "female lamb."

    It can also be taken as a variant spelling of Greek Thalia in countries where Thalia is pronounced Talia.

    It is also a nickname for Natalia.

  • Taman (Indonesian) - One who is like a garden
  • Tamashini (Japanese) - A soul. One who is very soulful
  • Tameka (United States) - Twin
  • Tamika (United States) - People
  • Tangi (Hawaiian) - To cry with great sadness
  • Tanis (Russian) - Serpent lady
  • Tanmaya (Indian,Jainism) - Person who is absorbed and consumed
  • Tapasya (Indian) - One who is warm
  • Tareq - Morning star. Variant of Tariq
  • Taru (Japanese) - A vast and huge sea of water
  • Tate - Brings joy
  • Tate (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    From the Old English personal name 'Tata', possibly a short form of various compound names with the obscure first element tat, or else a nursery formation. Tate is a common surname in Britain.

    Henry Tate established the Tate Gallery in Lond

  • Tatum (English) - Tate's homestead [English speaking countries]

    Traditionally a surname used on boys, this name has recently become popular for girls, particularly in the U.S.

  • Tavion (United States) - A twin
  • Tavon (United States) - Of the staff of the gods
  • Tayler (English) - A tailor [English speaking countries]

    A respelling of Taylor.

  • Taylor (English) - A tailor [English speaking countries]

    Taylor was originally an occupational surname which denoted someone who worked as a tailor.

    Zachary Taylor was the 12th President of the United States. Taylor is a brand of guitars and the name of Taylor University in Indiana. Taylor Alis

  • Teagan (Gaelic) - Little poet [English speaking countries]

    As a girl's name, Teagan is likely to be a creation from the name Megan or Reagan; or a respelling of the Welsh Tegan.
    As a male name, it can be an Anglicized form of the Gaelic name Tadhgan.

  • Teague - Poet: Handsome.
  • Tedrick - Abbreviation of Theodore.
  • Teon - Harms
  • Terry (Germanic) - Ruler of the people [English speaking countries]

    From the name Thierry (Germanic for "ruler of the people") or a pet form of Terence (Latin name of uncertain origin) or Theresa (meaning "harvester").

  • Thestius (Greek)
  • Thom (Greek) - Derives from Thomas Twin.
  • Thurmond - Thor's protection
  • Tihkoosue - Short (Algonquin)
  • Tillman - Virile
  • Timberlake (English,United States) - The lake or reservoir in midst of timber trees
  • Titia - Strength
  • Tobias - Goodness of God
  • Tobin - Goodness of God
  • Tokori (United States) - An owl, one with quality of owls
  • Tong (Dutch,Chinese) - In Chinesee it is a title given to a public officer. In Ditch it refers to tongue that means a chatterbox
  • Tor - Son of Pellinore
  • Toran - Variant of Torrence From the craggy hills. Tor is a name for a craggy hilltop and also may refer to a watchtower.
  • Torey (Latin) - Conqueror; victory [English speaking countries]
  • Toru (Japanese) - A vast and huge sea of water
  • Tory (Latin) - Conqueror; victory [English speaking countries]

    For girls this is usually a nickname for Victoria, but for boys it is derived from the Scandinavian name Thorir.

  • Tosha (English) - Satisfaction
  • Tosha (Scottish) - Satisfaction
  • Totole (United States) - A star of the constellation
  • Trace (English) - Thracius' place [English speaking countries]
  • Tracey (English) - Thracius' place [English speaking countries]

    Also an Anglicized form of the Gaelic name Treasach ('warlike, fierce')

  • Tracy (English) - Thracius' place [English speaking countries]

    Also an Anglicized form of the Gaelic name Treasach ('warlike, fierce')

  • Travion - Fair town. Abbreviation of Trevelyan.
  • Travon (United States) - Fair town
  • Trevan (Spanish) - Fair town. Abbreviation of Trevelyan.
  • Trevan (Mexican) - Fair town. Abbreviation of Trevelyan.
  • Trevan (Hispanic) - Fair town. Abbreviation of Trevelyan.
  • Trevon (United States) - Fair town
  • Tristen (English) - Tumult: outcry. From the Celtic name Tristan. In Arthurian legend Tristan was a Knight of the Round Table and tragic hero of the medieval tale Tristram and Isolde.
  • Tristen (French) - Tumult: outcry. From the Celtic name Tristan. In Arthurian legend Tristan was a Knight of the Round Table and tragic hero of the medieval tale Tristram and Isolde.
  • Trojan (Greek)
  • Troubles - Lots of trouble.
  • Tsungani (United States) - Outstanding person or greatest man.
  • Tuffy
  • Tuli (Indian,Spanish) - Refers to a brush which uses to paint anything.
  • Tusche
  • Tux
  • Twilight
  • Tyche (Greek)
  • Tyndaris (Greek)
  • Typhoeus (Greek)