Male Names
  • Tavion (Aramaic) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Tavish (Aramaic) - Twin [English speaking countries]

    Anglicized form of the Gaelic name ThĂ mhais 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".

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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.

  • Tommie (Aramaic) - Twin [English speaking countries]
  • Tommy (Aramaic) - Twin [English speaking countries]
Female Names
  • Mariam (Aramaic) - Uncertain, maybe bitter [Arabic, English, French, Greek and Armenian speaking countries]

    Aramaic alternative form of the Hebrew name Miriam.
    It is also the form of Mary used in the Greek translation of the Bible.
    It was mistaken as a Latin accusative case and gave the well-known name Maria.

    It can also be conside

  • Marta (Aramaic) - Lady [English, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish and Armenian speaking countries]
  • Martha (Aramaic) - Lady [English and Greek speaking countries]

    Martha is a name of Aramaic origin, meaning "lady, mistress".

    She was a figure in the New Testament. According to the gospel of John, she was the sister of Lazarus and Mary, and she witnessed her brother's resurrection.
    The image of

  • Samantha (Aramaic) - Listener [English speaking countries]

    As Samantha is likely an English variation on Samuel, it does not retain the original Hebrew meaning "heard by God," as it is not a Hebrew name.

    Samantha is a relatively new name, arising in the latter part of the 18th century. It was popu

  • 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."

  • 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.

  • Tammy (Aramaic) - Twin [English speaking countries]

    Nickname for Tam- names.

Gender Neutral Names