T

Name Meaning Pronunciation Derivations Origin
Ta Great   Tah Chinese
Taamiti Brave   Taamit Lunyole
Taaveti Beloved   Taavetie,
Taavety, Taveti, Tavertie, Tavery
Finnish
Tab, Tabbener Drummer;
Shining, Brilliant; Spring
  Tabar,
Tabbner, Tabener, Taber, Tabi, Tabie, Tabir, Tabner, Tabor (Persian),
Taby, Tabyr
Middle
English, Old French; German; Gaelic
Tabari Remember   Tabaris,
tabarus, Tabary
Arabic
Tabbai Good.   Tabbay Aramaic
Tabib Doctor.   Tabeeb, Tabyb Turkish
Tabulum My home.     Australian
Aboriginal
Tad Father   Tadd
(English)
Old Welsh
Tadan Plentiful.   Taden, Tadin,
Tadon, Tadyn
Native
American
Tadao Self-satisfying     Japanese
Tadashi Serves
faithfully
  Tadashee,
Tadashie, Tadashy
Japanese
Tadd Father   Tad Old Welsh
Taddia Praising God.
A form of Thaddeus
  Tadia, Tadiah,
Taddiah, Tadias (Lithuanian), Taddya, Tadya, Tadyas
Illyrian
Tade Strong     Croatian
Tadeo Praised   Tadeas, Tades Spanish,
Latin
Tadhg Poet or
Badger.
  Tadlee,
Tadleigh, Teague, Teige, Teyge, Tyegue
Irish
Tadi Wind.   Tadee, Tadey,
Tadie, Tady
Omaha
Tadleigh Poet from the
meadow.
  Tadlea,
Tadleah, Tadlee, Tadley, Tadli, Tadlie, Tadly
Irish,
English
Tadzi Moon.   Tadzie, Tadzy Carrier
Taffy Beloved. The
Welsh form of David
  Taffee,
Taffey, taffi, Taffie, Taffy, Tafy
Old Welsh
Taft River     Old English
Tafy River   Tafte Old English
Tage Day   Tag, Taig,
Taige, Tayg, tayge
Danish
Taggart Son of the
prelate.
  Tagart,
Tagert, Taggert, Taggirt, Taggurt, Taggyrt, Tagirt, Tagurt, Tagyrt
Gaelic
Taghan Sawfish; The
Marten; Type of rug.
  Tagen, Tagan,
Taygen, Taygen
Visayan;
Scottish; Persian
Taghee Chief   Taghe Native
American
Tago Day   Tagot, Taio,
Tajo (Spanish)
Spanish
Taha First born.
One.
  Tahah Polynesian
Tahatan Hawk     Sioux
Taheton Crow     Sioux
Tahi Sea water.     Tongan,
Polynesian
Tahir Purity   Taher, Tahyr Arabic
Tai Tribe, kin,
weather, talented.
    Chinese
Taika Tiger   Tayka Tongan
Taima Born during a
thunder storm.
  Taimah, Tayma,
Taymah
Native
American
Tain Stream   Taine, Tayn,
Tayne
Gaelic
Taine Stream   See Tain Gaelic
Tait Happy   Taite, Taitt,
Tate, Tayt, Tayte
Old Norse
Taiwan Island
dweller.
  Taywan Taiwanese,
Chinese
Taiwo First born of
twins.
  Taywo Yoruba
Taj Crown,
Exalted.
  Taja, Taji Hindi
Tajuan God is
gracious. A form of Juan.
  Taijuan,
Tayjuan
Hebrew,
Spanish
Takeishi Bamboo     Japanese
Takeo Strength   Takeyo Japanese
Takoda Friend of
everyone.
  Takodah,
Takota, Takotah
Lakota, Sioux
Tal Tall, Fierce;
Rain, Dew
  Talbert,
Talbot, Talford, Talmadge, Tall, Tallon
English;
Hebrew
Tala Seagull   Talah Tongan
Talanoa Story teller.   Talonoah Tongan
Talbert From the
bright valley.
  Talbert,
Talbirt, Talburt, Talburt, Talbyrt
German
Talbot Commander,
From the valley;  Pillager; An extinct type of bloodhound type
dog.
  Talbert,
Talbott, Talibot, Talibott, Talybot, Talybott
Teutonic; Old
French; Old English
Talcott From the tall
cottage.
  Talcolt,
Talcot, Taldon, Talmadge
Old English
Taldra Kangaroo   Taldrah Australian
Aboriginal
Tale Green   Tael, Tail,
Tal, Tayl
Tswana
Talfryn Top of a
hill.
  Talfrin Welsh
Talib The seeker or
student.
  Taleb, Talyb Arabic
Taliesin Radiant top
of the hill.
  Talisan,
Taliesen, Talieson, Taliesyn, Talyesin, Talyesyn, Tayliesin, Tayliesyn,
Tallas, Tallis, Tallys
Welsh
Talli Leader   Talee, Taley,
Tali, Tallee, Talley, Tallie, Tally, Taly
Native
American
Tallis Wisdom   Talis, Tallys,
Tallys
Persian
Talmai Small hills.   Talmay,
Talmie, Telem
Hebrew
Talman Harsh   Talmen,
Talmin, Talmon, Talmyn
Aramaic
Talor Dew   Talar, Taler,
Tallar, Taller, Tallor
Hebrew
Talut Borrowed,
Soul. A form of Saul.
  Talu Arabic
Tam Twin; Heart.   Tamm Hebrew;
Vietnamese
Tama Son   Tamah, Tamma,
Tammah
Maori
Taman Dark,
Black-haired.
  Tama, Tamann,
Tamen, Tamin, Tamon, Tamyn
Slavic
Tamar Palm tree,
Date fruit. The masculine form of Tamara.
  Tamarr,
Tamer, Tamir, Tamor, Tamyr, Timar, Timarr, Timer, Timir, Timor, Timur,
Tymar, Tymarr, Tymer, Tymir, Tymyr
Hebrew
Tamas Twin. A form
of Thomas.
  Tamasa,
Tamasah, Tamati (Maori)
Hungarian
Tambo Vigorous   Tambow Swahili
Tameron     Cameron  
Tamir Tall as a
palm tree.
  Tamirr, Tamyr,
Tamyrr
Arabic
Tammany Friendly   Tamany Delaware
Tamson Son of
Thomas, Son of the twin.
  Tamsan,
Tamsen, Tamsin, Tamsun, Tamsyn
Scandinavian
Tan Million; New.   Than Burmese;
Vietnamese
Tanaki Beat of a
drum.
  Tanakie,
Tanaky
Polynesian
Tanay Son   Tanae, Tanai Hindi
Tancred Giver of
thoughtful advice, Counsellor.
  Tancreda,
Tancredi, Tancredie, Tancredy, Tancrid, Tancryd
Teutonic
Tandie Beloved,
Masculine.
  Tandee,
Tandey, Tandi, Tandy, Thandee, Thandey, Thandi, Thandie
African
American
Tane Husband   Tain, Taine,
Tayn, Tayne
Maori
Tanek Immortal   Atek Greek
Taneli God is my
judge.
  Tanel,
Tanelie, Tanell, Tanella, Tanelle, Tanely
Finnish
Tanguy Warrior   Tagui French
Tangwyn Peace that is
blessed.
  Tangwin Welsh
Tani Valley   Tanee, Taney,
Tanie, Tany
Japanese
Taniel God is my
judge. A form of Daniel.
  Daniel,
Taniell, Tanyel, Tanyell
Estonian,
Hebrew
Tanjiro Second-born
son who is highly valued.
  Tanjyro Japanese
Tanne Priceless. A
form of Anthony.
  Tain, Taine,
Tainn, Tainn, Tane, Tayn, Tayne, Taynn, Taynne
Lettish
Tanner  Leather
worker, Tanner of hides.
  Tanar, Tani,
Tanie, Tanna, Tanna, Tannah, Tannar, Tannery, Tanni, Tannie, Tannor,
Tanny, Tany
Old English
Tanno Camp of
glory.
  Tano Spanish
Tano River   Tanno Ghanian
Tanton From the
quiet river estate or town.
  Tanta, Tantin,
Tanton, Tantun, Tantyn
Old English
Tanundra Place of
plentiful wild fowl.
  Tanundrah Australian
Aboriginal
Tanzy A short form of the given
name Constanzo.
    Italian
Tapani Crowned   Tapamn,
Tapanee, Tapaney, Tapanie, Tapany
Finnish
Tapko Antelope     Kiowa
Taran Rocky
hill
     
Tarcoola River bend.   Tarcollah Australian
Aboriginal
Taree Wild fig
tree.
  Tarey, Tari,
Tarie, Tary
Australian
Aboriginal
Tareton From the town
of the thunder ruler.
  Taretan,
Tareten, Taretin, Taretyn, Tartan, Tarten, Tartin, Tarton, Tartyn
Old English
Tarhe Tree   Tarhee Native
American
Tarif Uncommon   Tareef, Taryf Arabic
Tarik One who comes
by night, Conqueror.
  Tareck,
Tareek, Tarek, Tarick, Tariq, Taryc, Taryck, Taryk, Tarreq, Tereik,
Teryc, Teryck, Teryk
Arabic
Tarin Rocky
hill
     
Tariq Name of a
star.
    Arabic
Tarj Honour.     Hungarian
Tarkan An ancient
high rank in the army of Tamerlane and approximately equivalent to a
general.
  Tarkhan,
Tarkhaan, Tarqan
Turkish
Tarleton From the
thunder ruler’s town, From Thor’s town.
  Tarletan,
Tarleten, Tarletin, Tarletor, Tarletyn
Old English
Tarn From the
mountain pool.
  Tarne Old Norse
Taro First-born
male, Big boy.
  Tarot Japanese
Taron The King’s
courageous advisor.
  Taeron,
Tahron, Tarone, Tarran, Tarrn, Tarrin, Tarron, Tarrun, Tarryn, Tarun,
Taryn
English,
Greek
Tarquin The name of
one or Rome’s earliest tyrants.
    Latin
Tarrance  Smooth, Good,
Gracious; From the place with th small rocky hills. A form of Terence.
  Tarance,
Tarence, Tarince, Tarrence, Tarrince, Tarrynce, Tarynce, Terance,
Terince, Terrance, Terrince, Terrynce, Terynce, Torance, Torence,
Torrance, Torrant, Torrence, Torrent
English,
Latin; Irish
Tarrant Thunder   Tarant,
Tarent, Tarrent, Terrant, Torant, Torent, Torrant, Torrent
Old Welsh
Tarril Belonging to
Thor, Belonging to the thunder ruler.
  Tarell,
Terrail, Terral, Terrale, Terrall, Terreal, Terrel, Terrell, Terrelle,
Terril, Terrill, Terryal, Terryel, Terryl, Terryll, Tirl, Tirrel,
Tirrell, Turrell, Tyrel, Tyrell.
Teutonic
Tarro Stone   Taro Australian
Aboriginal
Tarver Softener of
whitened hide, From the tower over the hills.
  Terver Old English
Tas Bird’s nest   Tass, Taz,
Tazz
Gypsy
Tashi Lucky,
Auspicioius, Prosperity.
    Tibetan
Tashunka Horse   Tashunah,
Tasunke
Sioux
Tatanka Bull,
Buffalo.
  Tatankah Sioux
Tate Long-winded
talker; Spirited, Cheerful.
  Tait, Taite,
Tayt, Tayte
Native
American; Old English
Tatius Ruler   Tatianis,
Tatianus, Tazio, Titis, Titus, Tytius, Tytyus
Latin
Tatonga Buck, Male
deer.
    Sioux
Tatum From Tate’s
homestead.
  Taitam, Taitm,
Taitim, Taitom, Taitum, Taitym, Tatam, Tatem, Tatim, Tatom, Taytam,
Taytem, Taytim, Taytom, Taytum, Taytym
Old English
Tau Lion     Tswana
Taufa Storm;
Hurricane.
  Taufan Tongan;
Indonesian
Taula Priest   Taulah Tongan
Tauno World leader.   Taunot Finnish
Taurean Like a bull,
Stubborn strength, Born under the sign of Taurus.
  Taurino,
Taurion, Tauris, Taurus, Tauryan, Tauryen, Tauryon, Toro
Latin
Tava Fruit tree.   Tavah Polynesian
Tavares The hermit’s
son.
  Tavar Spanish
Tavaris Misfortune   Tavaris,
Tarvarres, Tavar, Tavaras, Tavares, Tavari, Tavarian, Tavarius,
Tavarres, Tavarri, Tavarris, Tavars, Tavarse, Tavarus, Yavarys,
Taveress, Tevaris, Tevarus, Tevarys, Teverus, Teverys
Aramaic
Tavas Peacock     Hebrew
Taved Beloved. A
form of David.
  Tavad, Tavid,
Tavod, Tavyd
Estonian
Tavey Eighth-born
child. The short form of Octavio.
  Tavee, Tavi,
Tavie, Tavy
Latin
Tavis Twin. A
Scottish form of Thomas.
  Tavish, Tevis Scottish,
Gaelic
Tavi David’s son,
Son of the beloved; Good.
  Tavee, Taveon,
Tavey, Tavid, Tavie, Tavin, Tavio, Tavion, Taviss, Tavon, Tavy, Tavys,
Tavyss, Tevin, Tevis, Teviss, Tevys, Tevyss, Tuvia
Scottish,
Hebrew; Aramaic
Tavish Twin. A form
of Thomas.
  McTavish,
McTavysh, Tavis, Taviss, Tavys, Tavysh, Tavyss
Gaelic
Tavor Misfortune   Tarvoris,
Tavaris, Tavores, Tavorious, Tavoris, Tavorris, Tavorrys, Tavorys,
Tavuris, Tavurys
Aramaic
Tawa Sun   Tawah Hopi
Tawfiq Success,
Reconciliation.
    Arabic
Tawno Tiny     Gypsy
Tayden Derived from
Hayden and Jayden
  Taiden,
Taidyn, Taidyn 
 
Tayib Delicate.
Good.
    Sanskrit
Taylor Tailor.
Repairer of garments.
  Taelor,
Tailah, tailar, Tailer, Talor, Taylah, Taylar, Tayler, Taylon, Taylour,
Tayson, Teyler
Old English
Taylum Brace   Tay  
Taz Goblet   Tas, Tass,
Tasswell, Taswell, Tazwell, Tazz, Tazzwell
Persian
Teague Low rider.
Handsome. Poet.
  Tadgh
(Irish), Taggart, Teagan, Teagun, Teak, Teeg, Teegue, Tegan, Teig,
Teigan, Teige, Teigen, Teigue, Tighe, Tyg, Tygue
Native
American, English, Irish
Teale Water fowl.   Tadgh, Tadhgh,
Taig, Teagan, Teak, Teal, Teel, Teele, Teige, Teil, Teile, Teyl, Teyle
Middle
English
Teangi Earthy.   Teangie,
Teanty
Australian
Aboriginal
Tearlach Strong.
Courageous. A form of Charles.
  Tearlache,
tearloc, Tearloch, Tearloche, Tearlock, Tearlock, Tearlok
Gaelic
Tearle Stern, severe
one.
  Earl, Earle,
Tearl
Old English
Te Aroha Man of the
long string.
    Polynesian
Teasdale Dweller at
the river valley.
  Tedail, Tdale English
Tebes God is good.   Tobias,
Tobyas
Swiss
Tecwyn Fair;
White-haired friend.
  Tecwin Welsh; Old
English
Ted Wealthy
ruling guardian, Gift of God, Bear. A short form of Edward or
Theodore.
  Tedd Old English
Teddy Wealthy
ruling guardian, Gift of God, Bear. A short form of Edward or
Theodore.
  Teddee,
Teddey, Teddi, Teddie, Tedee, Tedey, Tedi, Tedie, Tedy
Old English
Tedmund The land
protector.
  Tdman,
Tedmand, Tedmon, Tedmond, Tedmondo, Tedmun
English
Tedorik Gift of God.
A form of Theodore.
  Tedoric,
Tedorick, Tedoryc, Tedoryck, Tedoryk
Polish
Tedrick Gift of God,
Powerful ruler.
  Tedric,
Tedrik, Tedryc, Tedryck, Tedryk
English
Teeuw Gift of God.
A form of Matthew.
    Dutch, Hebrew
Tefere Seed   Tefer Ethiopian
Teiji Second son
who is righteous.
    Japanese
Tekea King of the
sharks.
    Polynesian
Tekle Plant     Ethiopian
Telek One who works
with iron.
    Polish
Telem Mound   Tellem Hebrew
Telford Iron cutter;
From the iron Ford.
  Telforde,
Tellford, Tellforde
Old French; Old
English
Teller Story teller.   Tella, Tellah,
Telli, Tellie, Telly, Tely
English
Telly     Theodore  
Tem Country     Gypsy
Tema In music, a melody of composition.
English translation is Theme.
  Teema Swedish
Teman To the right
side, South.
  Temani,
Temanie, Temany, Temen, Temin, Temon, Temyn
Hebrew
Tembo Elephant   Tembeau Swahili
Tempest Storm   Tempes,
Tempess
French
Templar Knight who
protcted the Holy Land; From the temple.
  Tempal,
Temple (English), Templer
Old French;
Old English
Temple A
sanctuary
     
Templeton Town
of sanctuary. From the temple town.
  Temple,
Templetown
Old English
Tennant Renter of
houses.
  Tenant English
Tennessee Mighty
warrior, River.
  Tennesy,
Tennysee
Cherokee
Tennyson Tennant’s
son, Son of the lessor of houses, Inhabitant.
  Tenney,
Tenneyson, Tennison, Tenyson
Old French
Tenoa Tenor   Tenoah Tongan
Tenzin Keeper of the
teachings.  Protector of Dharma.
  Tenzing Tibetan
Teo God   Tio, Tyo Spanish
Tepene Crowned. A
form of Stephen.
  Tepen Maori
Tepko Hill     Australian
Aboriginal
Te-Poro Point     Polynesian
Terach Goat   Tera, Terac,
Terach
Hebrew
Teran A form of
Terron, earthman.
    Modern
English
Teremun Has his
father’s acceptance.
     
Terence Tender, Good,
Gracious, Smooth.
  Tarrance,
Temcio, Terencio (Spanish), Terrel, Terrance, Terrence, Terenz, Terril,
Terrill, Terrince, Terrynce, Thierry, Torrance, Torrence, Torrince,
Torrynce
Latin
Terran Of the earth.   Teran, Teren,
Terin, Teron, Terone, Terrone, Trryon, Teryn, Terran, Terren, Terrin,
Terron, Terryn
English
Terrel Strength   Terral,
Terrell, Terrelle, Terril, Terrill, Terryl, Terryll, Teryl
Old English,
German
Terrell Thunder ruler. A man
compared to Thor.
  Terrill, Tirrell, Tyrrell Old English
Terrence Tender, Good, Gracious,
Smooth.
  Tarrance, Temcio,
Terencio (Spanish), Terrel, Terence, Terrance,  Terenz, Terril,
Terrill, Terrince, Terrynce, Thierry, Torrance, Torrence, Torrince,
Torrynce
 
Terris Terry’s son,
Son of the smooth, tender, gracious one.
  Teris, Terrys,
Terys
Latin
Terry Smooth,
Tender, Gracious. A short form of Terrence.
  Tarry, Teree,
Teri, Terie, Trree, Terreh, Terrey, Terri, Terrie, Terry, Tery
Latin
Terryal Tender,
good gracious
  Terrence,
Terence, Terris, Terry
 
Tertius Third-born
child, Three.
  Tertios,
Tertyus
Latin
Teryl Beloved who
is smooth, tender and gracious. The combination of Daryl and Terry.
    African
American
Tesher One who
donates.
    Hebrew
Tete Kingfisher   Tet Australian
Aboriginal
Tetley From Tate’s
meadow, From the long-winded talker’s meadow, From the spirited,
cheerful one’s meadow.
  Tatlea,
Tatleah, Tatlee, Tatleigh, Tetli, Tetlie, Tetly
Old English
Teva Nature   Tevah Hebrew
Tevel Beloved   Tevell, Tevil,
Tevill, Tevyl, Tevyll
Yiddish
Tevis Twin. A form
of Thomas.
  Tevish,
Teviss, Tevys, Tevyss
Scottish
Tevita Treasured   Tevitah,
Tevyta, Tevytah
Polynesian
Tex Nickname
for a Texan.
  Tejas, Texas,
Texx, Texxas
American
Thabani You all be joyful.     Zulu
Thabit Firm   Thabyt Arabic
Thabiti Man     Kenyan
Thackery By the thatch.   Thackary, Thatcher, Thackry, Thackerie, Thackarie English
Thad Little
courageious one.
  Thadd Greek
Thaddeus Praising God;
Courageous.
  Taddeo, Taddi,
Taddia (Illyrian), Taddie, Taddy, Tadeo, Tadeusz (Polish), Tadi, Tadia,
Tadias (Lithuanian), Tadie, Tady, Thaddaus, Thaddej (Russian), Thaddeo,
Thaddeos, Thaddeys, Thadeas, Thadeis, Thadeos, Thadeus, Thadeys,
Thadias, Thadios, Thadius, Thadiys, Thady (Irish), Thadyas, Thadyos,
Thadyus
Hebrew; Greek
Thadford From Thad’s
ford, From the little courageious one’s ford.
  Thadforde Old English
Thai Many     Vietnamese
Thaine Follower or
warrior attendent.
  Thane, Thayne Old English
Thaiter Powerful
warrior. A form of Walter.
  Thai Irish, German
Thalente Talent     Zulu
Thalmus Flowering   Thalmas,
Thalmis, Thalmos, Thalmous, Thalmys
Greek
Thaman God-like.   Thamane,
Thamen
Hindi
Than Million   Tan Burmese
Thandanani You all love one another.     Zulu
Thandiwe Beloved   Tandee, Tandey, Tandi, Tandie, Tandy,
Thandee, Thandey, Thandi, Thandie,
Thandy
Zulu
Thane Attending
warrior.
  Thain, Thaine, Thayn, Thayne English
Thang Victorious     Vietnamese
Thanh Tranquil,
Finished.
  Than Vietnamese
Thanh Phong Fresh air.     Vietnamese
Thaniel Gift of God.   Nathaniel, Thaneal, Thaneel, Thaneil,
Thaneyl, Thaniell, Thanielle, Thanyel, Thanyell, Thanyelle
Hebrew
Thank Danh Renowned     Vietnamese
Thankful To give
thanks.
  Thank Puritan
Thanos Noble   Athanasios, Thanasis, Thanus Greek
Thatcher Roof mender.   Thacher,
Thatch, Thaxter
Old English
Thaw Melting   Thor Old English
Thayer Belonging to
the nation’s army.
    Old French
Thel Story above.     English
Themba Hope/trust.     Zulu
Thenga To bring him.   Thengah Yao
Theo  A short form
of names beginning with "Theo".
  fio, To, Thio,
Thyo
German, Greek
Theobald The people’s
prince.
  Dietbold
(German), Tebaldo, Teobald, Teobalt, Teobaud, Thean (French), Theballd,
Thebault (French), Theobaldo (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese), Theobalt,
Thibaud (French), Thibaut (French), Thyobald, Thyobaldo, Thyobalt,
Tibald, Tibalt, Tibold (German), Tiebout (Dutch), Tioboid (Irish),
Tybalt
German,
Teutonic
Theodore Gift of God   Fedor, Feodor
(Slavic), Feodore, Kwedders, Pheodor, Teodor, Teodorico, Teodoro
(Spanish / Italian), Teudwer, Theodor, Theodric, Theorodus (Dutch)
Greek
Theodoric  Powerful
ruler of the people
  Derek,
Dieter, Dietrich, Tedric, Thedrick, Thedrik, Theodorick, Theodorik,
Theodorio, Theodrick, Theodik, Theodryc, Theodryck, Theodryk, Thierry
Teutonic
Theon Godly   Feon Greek
Theophilus/Thilo Dearest to
God
  Fillo, Filo, Fiophilus, Gilow, Thilow Greek
Theron One who hunts   Therron, Therin, Therrin Greek
Theros Summer   Theross Greek
Thian Smooth   Thien Vietmanese
Thies Gift of God     Swiss
Tho Longevity     Vietmanese
Thoar Sunrise   Thor Australian
Aboriginal
Thomar Small river   Thom Australian
Aboriginal
Thomas Twin   Didymus, Dummas, Foma, Tamas, Tamaso,
Tamasz, Tamassa, Tamati, Tammeas, Tammen, Taviss, Tavish, Thoma, Thomasin, Thomaz, Thumas, Toma, Tomas,
Tomaso, Tomasino, Tomasz, Tomaz, Tomhas, Tuomas
Aramaic /
Hebrew
Thompson Thomas’ Son   Tompson English
Thong Clever     Vietnamese
Thor Thunder   Thorald, Thordis, Thore, Thorin,
Thorkell, Thorley, Thorr, Thorsson,Thorvald, Thorwald, Thurman, Tor, Torald, Tore,
Torre, Torrin, Torvald, Tyrus
Scandinavian,
Old Norse
Thorald Thor ruler,
Thunder ruler.
  Terrell, Thorold, Torald, Tyrell Old Norse
Thorbert Brilliance of
Thor, Brilliant thunder.
  Thorbirt, Thorburt, Thorbyrt, Torbert,
Torbirt, Torburt, Tobyrt
Old Norse
Thorbjorn Thor’s bear.   Thorborn, Thorborne, Thorburn,
Thorburne, Thurborn, Thurborne, Thurburn,
Thurburne
Scandinavian
Thorburn Thor’s bear,
Thunder bear.
  Thorborn, Thorborne, Thorburne,
Thorbyrn, Thorbyrne
Old Norse
Thorgood Thor is good.     English,
Scandinavian
Thorleif Thor’s
beloved.
  Thorlief,
Thorleyf
Scandinavian
Thorley From the
thorny meadow, From Thor’s meadow, From Thunder meadow.
  Thor, Thorlea, Thorleah, Thorlee,
Thorleigh, Thorli, Thorlie, Thorly, Tor, Torlea, Torleah, Torlee,
Torleigh, Torley, Torli, Torlie, Torly
Old English
Thormond Under Thorn’s
protection.
  Thormon, Thormondo, Thormun, Thormund, Thurmondo Old English
Thorndike From the
place with the thorny embankment.
  Thordike, Thordyke, Thorn, Thorndyck
Thorndyke, Thornedike, Thornedyke
Old English
Thorne Thorns   Thorn, Thorni, Thornie, Thorny Old English
Thornley From the
thorney meadow.
  Thorn,
Thorne, Thornlea, Thornleah, Thornlee, Thornleigh, Thornli, Thornlie,
Thornly
Old English
Thornton From the town
near the thorny bushes.
  Thornetan, Thorneten, Thornetin,
Thorneton, Thornetyn, Thorntown, Thortan, Thorten, Thortin, Thorton, Thortyn
Old English
Thorpe From the
village farmstead.
  Thorp English
Thorsten,
Thorston
See Torston      
Thorvald With the
strength of Thor.
  Thorvaldo Old Norse
Thorwald From Thor’s
forest.
  Thorvald, Thorvaldo, Thorwaldo Scandinavian
Thoth Mythological
God of the moon, Wisdom.
    Egyptian
Thron Raised seat,
Important.
  Throne Greek
Thu Born in
autumn / fall.
    Vietnamese
Thuc Aware     Vietnamese
Thurlow From the
gapped hill, From Thor’s hill.
  Thurlo Old English
Thurman Servant of
Thor, Servant of thunder.
  Thirman, Thirmen, Thorman, Thornman,
Thorold, Thorolo, Thorwald, Thunderbird, Thurgood, Thurlow, Thurmen,
Thurnman, Thurnmen
Old English
Thurmond Defended by
Thor.
  Thrumon, Thurmondo, Thurmun, Thurmund, Thurmundo English,
Scandinavian
Thursday Thor’s day.   Thordae, Thorsdai, Thorsday, Thurdae, Thursdai English,
Scandinavian
Thurstan Thor’s stone.   Thirstan, Thirsteen, Thurstein,
Thirsten, Thirstin, Thirston, Thirstyn, Thorsteen, Thorstein, Thorsten,
Thorstin, Thorstine, Thorston, Thorstyn, Thursteen, Thurstein,
Thursten, Thurstin, Thurstine,
Thurston, Thurstyn
Scandinavian,
Dutch
Thuthuka Become a better person.     Zulu
Thynne Slender   Thinne Old English
Tiarnach Devout   Tiarnac, Tyarnach, Tyarnac Irish
Tiba The colour
grey.
  Tibah, Tyba,
Tybah
Navajo
Tibb God’s gift.   Tibah, Tibba, Tibbah, Tyba, Tybah,
Tybb, Tybba, Tybah
Navajo
Tibbot Bold person.   Tibbott, Tibot, Tibott, Tibout (Dutch),
Tybbot, Tybot
Irish
Tibor Holy place.   Tybor Hungarian
Ticho / Tico  Noble   Ticcho, Ticco, Tycco, Tyco Latin,
Spanish
Tien Heaven   Tyen Chinese
Tiennan Crowned. A
form of Stephen; Master.
  Tiernan,
Tyennan
French; Irish
Tierney Of royal
descent; Lordly.
  Tiarnach, Tiernan, Tyrney Irish
Tiger Tiger   Tiga, Tigga, Tige, Tigger, Tyga,
Tyger, Tygga, Tygger
Greek
Tighearnach Lordly   Tiarnach (English) Irish
Tiimu Caterpillar
coming out of the ground.
  Timu, Tymu Moquelumnan
Tiki Greenstone
ornament, Carving; A dead person’s soul is taken by the Gods.
  Timu, Tymu Moquelumnan
Tiktu Bird digging
up potatoes.
    Moquelumnan
Tilden To cultivate
a fertile valley.
  Tildan, Tildin, Tildon, Tildyn Old English
Till The people’s
leader.
  Til, Tyl,
Tyll
German
Tillford From the
prosperous Ford.
  Tilford, Tilforde, Tillforde Old English
Tilo Dear to God.   Tillo, Tylo German
Tilon From the
hill.
  Tylon Hebrew
Tilton From the hill
town.
  Tiltown, Tylton, Tyltown Old English
Tim Honouring
God. God Worshipper. A short form of Timothy.
  Tim, Timm,
Tym
Greek
Timmy Honouring
God. A short form of Timothy.
  Timee, Timey, Timie, Timmee, Timmey,
Timmi, Timmie, Timmo, Tymee, Tymey, Tymi, Tymie, Tymmee, Tymmey, Tymmi,
Tymmie, Tymmo, Tymmy, Tymy
Greek
Timo Honouring
God. A short form of Timothy.
  Timmo, Timo
(Finnish), Tymmo, Tymo
Greek
Timin Born near the
sea.
  Bymyn, Tymin,
Tymyn
Arabic
Timon Honourable
listener.
  Timan, Timen, Timin, Timyn, Tyman,
Tymen, Tymin, Tymon, Tymyn
Greek
Timoteo Timothy     Italian
Timothy One who
honours God
  Timathee, Timathey, Timathy,
Timmothee, Timmothey, Timmothy, Timofee (Russian),
Timofei, Timofey (Russian), Timon, Timotao (Spanish / Italian),
Timotei (Italian), Timotejs, Timoteo (Italian / Spanish / Portugese),
Timothee (French), Timotheus (German), Tiomoid (Irish), Tisha
(Russian), Tymmothee, Tymmothey, Tymothi, Tymothie, Tymothy
Greek
Timur Stately;
Conqueror.
  Tymur Hebrew;
Russian
Tin Thinker   Tyn Vietnamese
Tino Majestic   Tyno Spanish
Tinsley Defender of
the meadow.
  Tinslea, Tinsleah, Tinslee, Tinsleigh,
Tinsli, Tinslie, Tinsly, Tynslea, Tynsleah, Tynslee, Tynsleigh,
Tynsley, Tynsli, Tynslie, Tynsly
Old English
Tipu Tiger     Hindi
Tiru Devoted   Tyru Hindi
Titan Great. The
Titan god who instructed mankind in the observation of the stars, and
established the natural calendar.
  Tiziano
(Italian), Tytan
Greek
Tite Great   Tyte French
Tito Great   Tyto Italian,
Spanish
Titus Pleasing, Of
the giants.
  Titos, Tytus Greek
Tivon Lover of
nature.
  Tyvon Hebrew
Toa The Casuarina
Tree.
  Toah Tongan
Toafo Woods     Polynesian
Toal People of
strength
    Irish
Tobar Fountain; To
tow; Road.
  Tobbar Fountain;
English; Gypsy
Tobi Great   Tobbee, Tobbey, Tobbi, Tobbie, Tobby,
Tobee, Tobey, Tobie, Toby
Yoruba
Tobias God is good.   Tebes, Tiveon,
Tobej (Russian), Robia (Italian), Tobiah, Tobiasz (Polish), Tobies
(Swiss), Tobija (Russian)
Hebrew
Tobija God is good.     Russian
Tobit Tobias’ son,
Son of the one whose God is good.
  Tobin, Tobyn,
Tobyt
Hebrew
Toby God is
good. The goodness in God. The short form of Tobias
  Tobbee, Tobbey, Tobbi, Tobbie, Tobby,
Tobee, Tobey, Tobie, Tobija, Toby
Hebrew
Todd Fox   Tod, Todde Middle
English / Norse / Latin
Toddhunter Fox hunter   Toddhunter Middle
English
Tofe Oyster     Tongan
Toft A small farm.     Old English
Tofu Calm   Tofoo Tongan
Togar Smoke   Tager, Togir, Togor, Togyr Australian
Aboriginal
Tohon Cougar     Native
American
Tohunga Preist   Tohungah Maori
Tohyah Walking past
a river
  Tohya Native
American
Toivo Hope   Toyvo Finnish
Toka Jellyfish   Tokah Tongan
Tokala Fox   Tokalah Dakota
Tokoni Helper   Tokonee, Tokonie, Tokony Tongan
Tolan /
Tolland
Owner of land
which is subject to a tax or a toll
  Tolen, Tolin, Tolon, Tolun, Tolyn, Toland Old English
Tolbert Bright tax
collector
  Talbert, Talberte, Talbirt, Talburt,
Talburte, Talbyrt, Tolberte, Tolbirt, Tolburt, Tolburte, Tolbyrt
English
Toler Tax collector   English Toller
Tolman Tax man   Tollman, Tollmen, Tolment Old English
Tom Twin. The
short form of Thomas
  Teo, Teom,
Thom, Thomee, Thomey, Thomi, Thomie, Thommee, Thommey, Thommi, Thommie,
Thommy, Thomy, Tomee, Tomey, Tomi, Tomie, Tomm, Tommee, Tommey, Tommi,
Tommie, Tommy, Tomy
Aramaic
Toma Show off   Tomah Tongan
Tome Twin. A form
of Thomas; A wise one.
    Aramaic;
Macedonian
Tomago Sweet water   Toma Australian
Aboriginal
Tombe From the
north
  Tomba, Tombah Kakwa
Tomer Tall   Tomar, Tomir,
Tomyr
Hebrew
Tomi Wealthy   Tomie, Tomy Japanese
Tomkin Little tom;
little twin
  Thomlin, Thomlyn, Tomlyn English
Tomlin Little Tom,
Little twin.
  Thomkin, Thomkyn, Tomkyn Old English
Tommy Twin. The
short form of Thomas
  Thomee, Thomey, Thomi, Thomie,
Thommee, Thommey, Thommi, Thommie, Thommy, Thomy, Tom, Tomee, Tomey, Tomi, Tomie, Tomm, Tommee, Tommey, Tommi,
Tommie, Tommy, Tomy
Hebrew
Tonda Priceless.   Tondah
(Czech), Tone (Slavic), Toneek, Tonneli (Swiss)
Czech
Tong Fragrance     Vietnamese
Tony Priceless.
The short form of Anthony.
  Tonee, Toney,
Toni, Tonie, Tonio (Portuguese, Italian), Tonye
Latin,
Italian
Toolan Wattle (small
yellow flower balls with a sweet scent.)
    Australian
Aboriginal
Topper Toper   Top of the
hill.
English
Tor Rock;
Thunder, King.
    Celtic; Norse
Toran From the
craggy hills. A form of Torrence.
\t(o)-ran\ Tohran, Torn Irish,
Scottish
Torao Tiger     Japanese
Torben From the Old Norse name Þórbjörn,
which meant "Thor’s bear" or "Thunder bear".
  Torbjörn (Swedish) Danish
Torbert Rocky hilltop
with a sunny peak.
  Thorbet, Thorbirt, Thorburt, Thorbyrt,
Torbirt, Torburt, Torbyrt
Old English
Torger Thor’s spear,
Thunder spear.
  Tord Scandinavian
Torin Chief   Thorfin, Thorin, Thorstein, Thoryn,
Torine, Torrin, Torrine, Torryn, Torryne,
Toryn
Irish, Gaelic
Torio Bird’s tail.   Torrio, Torryo, Toryo Japanese
Torley See Thorley.      
Tormey Thunder
spirit, Thor’s spirit.
  Tormee, Tormi, Tormie, Tormy Irish, Gaelic
Tormod From the
north.
  Tormed Scottish
Tormond North   Thormon, Thormond, Thormondo, Thormun,
Thormund, Thormundo, Tormon, Tormondo, Tormun, Tormund, Tormundo
Scottish
Torn From the
small round hills; To rip.
  Torne Irish;
English
Torna Prince   Tornah Irish
Torquil Thor’s
helmet.
  Torcall, Torkel, Thirkell, Thorkel, Torkill Scottish,
Gaelic
Torr Tower on the
rocky peak.
  Tor Old English
Torrance From the
place with the small, rocky hills.
    Irish, Gaelic
Torsten Thor’s stone,
Thunder stone.
  Tawrence, Torance, Toreence, Toren,
Torin, Torn, Torr, Torren, Torreon, Torrin,
Torry, Torstan, Torstin, Torston, Tory, Tuarence, Turance
Old Norse
Torston The stone of
Thor
  Torsten Norse
Toru Sea     Japanese
Tory Thor /
Thunder; Bandit, Outlaw
  Toree, Torey,
Tori, Torie, Torri, Torrie, Torry
Old Norse;
Irish
Toshiro Intelligent,
Talented, Sincerity.
    Japanese
Tostig Harsh, severe
day.
  Tostyg Old Norse
Tove Thor’s rules,
Thunder rules.
  Tov Scandinavian
Tovi Good   Tovee, Tovey, Tovie, Tovy Hebrew
Townley From the
meadow town.
  Tonlea, Tonleah, Tonlee, Tonleigh,
Tonley, Tonli, Tonlie, Tonly, Townlea, Townleah, Townlee, Townleigh,
Townli, Townlie, Townly
Old English
Townsend From the
edge, From the end of town.
  Town, Towne,
Towney, Townie, Townshend
Old English
Towrang Shield   Towran Australian
Aboriginal
Tracy Warrior;
Courageous.
  Trace, Tracee,
Tracey, Traci, Tracie, Treacey, Treaci, Treacie, Treacy
Irish,
Gaelic; Latin
Trader Skilled
worker.
  Trade English
Trahern Possesses
great strength, As strong as iron.
  Ahern, Aherne, Traherne, Tray,
Trayhern, Trayherne
Welsh
Trai Pearl   Trae, Tray Vietnamese
Trant Cunning   Trent Middle
English, German
Traugott Trust in God.   Traugot German
Travell Traveller   Traveler, Travelis, Travell, Travelle,
Travil, Travill, Traville, Travyl, Travyll, Travylle, Trevel, Trevell,
Trevelle, Trevil, Trevill, Treville, Trevyl, Trevyll, Trevylle
English
Travers Crossroads   Traveress, Travaris, Travarius,
Travarus, Traver, Traverez, Travis, Traviss, Travoris, Travorus
French
Travis Keeper at the
crossroads; tax collector
  Travais, Traver, Travers, Traves, Traveus, Travious, Traviss, Travor, Travus,
Travys, Travyss, Trevor, Trevus, Trevys, Trevyss
Old French
Travon Fair town, 
Abbreviation of Trevelyan.
tra-VAHN Travaughn, Traveon, Travion, Trayvon,
Trevelyan, Trevin, Trevonn
English,
American
Traylor Crowned with
trees, Towed vehicle.
  Trailor, Treilor, Treylor English,
Latin
Trayton From the town
with lots of trees.
  Traiton, Treiton, Treyton English
Treat Pleasure,
Swiftly moving stream.
  Treet, Treit, Trentan, Trenten,
Trentin, Trenton, Treyt’Tre, Trea
Latin
Tredway Mighty
warrior.
  Treadway Old English
Tremain From the big
farm with the trees.
  Tramain,
Tramaine (English, Welsh), Tramayn, Tramayne, Tremaine, Tremayn,
Tremayne, Treymain, Treymaine, Treymayn, Treymayne
Scottish
Trent Cunning;
Torrent, rapid stream; Thirty.
  Trant, Trante,
Trente
English;
Latin; French
Trentan Cunning;
Torrent, rapid stream; Thirty.
  Trentine, Trentino, Trento, Trentonio English;
Latin; French
Trevelyan From Elian’s
homestead, From the uplifting one’s homestead.
  Trevelian Gaelic
Trevin From the
uplifting one’s village.
  Travan, Traven, Traveon, Travin,
Travien, Travion, Trevan, Treven, Trevian, Trevion, Trevyn
English,
Welsh
Trevor Cautious;
Large village home.
  Travar, Traver, Travir, Trefor,
Trevar, Trevares, Trevaris, Trevarus, Trever, Trevoris, Trevorus, Treyvor
Celtic; Welsh
Trey Third-born
child, Three.
  Trae, Traey, Trai, Traie, Tray, Traye,
Tre, Trei, Treye
Middle
English
Trigg Trustworthy   Trig Old Norse
Trini Three   Trinity, Triny, Tryny Latin
Trinity Three, The
Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
  Trinitee, Trinitey, Triniti, Trinitie,
Trynity, Trynyty
Latin, Hebrew
Trinn Grade, rung, step,
tread.
    Norwegian
Trip Traveller   Tripp, Tryp,
Trypp
Old English
Trishul Lord Shiva’s weapon, Three spiked
weapon (trident) from Sanskrit words ‘tri’ – three and ‘shul’ – spiked
weapon.
  Trishal Sanskrit
Tristan Loud;
Sorrowful; Gold knight.
  Tristann, Tristen, Tristian, Triston,
Tristram, Trystan, Trystann, Trystian, Trystion, Tryston, Trystyn
Old Welsh;
French; Welsh
Tristram Sorrowful
labour, Mournful (given to a child whose mother has died during child
birth).
  Tristam,
Tristan, Trystram, Trystran
Latin, Welsh
Trot From the
trickling stream.
    English
Trowbridge Dweller at
the row of trees at the bridge.
  Throwbridge Old English
Troy Descendant of
the foot soldier. Also can be derived from the ancient Greek city by
that name.
  Troi, Troye Irish, Gaelic
True Faithful,
Loyal.
  Tru Old English
Truesdale From the
beloved one’s homestead in the valley.
  Trudail< Trudale, Trudayl, Trudayle Old English
Truitt Little,
Honest.
  Truet, Truett, Truit, Truyt, Truytt English
Truman Faithful,
True man.
  Trueman, Trumain, Trumann Old English
Trumble Bold
strength.
  Trumbal, Trumball, Trumbel, Trumbell,
Trumbul, Trumbull
Old English
Trung Faithful     Vietnamese
Trustin Trustworthy   Trusting English
Tryg Truth   Trig, Trygve Scandinavian
Trygve Protector     Scandinavian
Tryphon Dainty,
Elegant.
  Triphon Greek
Tse Younger of
twins.
    Ewe
Tsering Long life.     Tibetan
Tsoai Rock tree.     Kiowa
Tu Man of war;
Tree
    Polynesian,
Vietnamese
Tuaco Eleventh-born
child.
    Ghanian
Tuan Spear;
Unimportant.
  Tuana, Tuane Australian
Aboriginal; Vietnamese
Tuari Young eagle.   Tuarie, Tuary Laguna
Tucker Tucker of
cloth.
  Tucka, Tuckar English
Tudor God’s gift. A
form of Theodore.
  Tudore Welsh
Tui Handsome
songbird; Faith.
    Maori; Tongan
Tuketu Bear running
in the dust.
    Moquelumnan
Tuki Bullfrog   Tukie, Tuky Australian
Aboriginal
Tukuli Caterpillar
crawling down a tree.
    Moquelumnan
Tukupa Promise   Tukupah Tongan
Tulio Lively     Latin
Tullis Title   Tullius, Tullos, Tulli, Tullie, Tully, Tullys Latin
Tully Lives with
the peace of God, Mighty people.
  Tulea, Tuleah, Tulee, Tuley, Tuli,
Tulie, Tullea, Tulleah, Tullee, Tulley, Tulli, Tullie, Tuly
Irish, Gaelic
Timaini Hope   Main, Maini, Mainie, Mainy, Tum, Tuma Mwera
Tumu Deer     Moquelumnan
Tung Dignified;
Everyone.
    Vietnamese;
Chinese
Tunu Deer eating
wild onions; Twin. A form of Thomas.
    Miwok;
Finnish
Tupi To pull up.   Tupe, Tupee, Tupie, Tupy Moquelumnan
Tupper One who
raises rams.
    Old English
Turaku Comet     Australian
Aboriginal
Turlough Shaped like
Thor, Shaped like Thunder.
  Thorlough,
Torlough
Irish, Norse
Turner One who works
with wood.
  Terner English
Turpin Thor,
Thunder.
  Thor, Thorpin,
Torpin
Old Norse
Tusi Little Samoan
man.
    Samoan
Tut Strong,
Courageous.
  Tutt Arabic
Tutu Just one.     Spanish
Tutulupeatau The silence
before war.
    Tonga
Tu’uhetoka Standing
(protecting) above the fallen. (during war)
    Tonga
Tuwile Death is
inevitable.
    Mwera
Tuxford From the
spear ford (shallow river crossing).
  Tuxforde Old Norse
Tuyen Tuien     Vietnamese
Twain Separated
into two parts, Rope.
  Tawaine, Twaine, Tway, Twayn, Twayne English
Twannie Priceless, A form of Anthony.   Twanny Maltese
Twia Child born
after twins.
  Twiah Fanti
Twitchell Dweller at
the narrow passage.
  Twitchel, Twytchel, Twytchell Old English
Twyford From the
double river crossing.
  Twiford, Twiforde, Twyforde Old English
Ty From the
enclosure. A short form of names beginning with "Ty". 
  Ti, Tie, Tye English,
American
Tybalt Bold   Tibalt, Tiboly, Tybolt English
Tycho Furious   Ticho German, Latin
Tye From the
enclosure. The short form of names beginning with ‘Ti’ or ‘Ty’ eg.
Tyler.
  Ti, Tie, Ty Old English
Tyee  Chief     Native
American
Tygrve Brave victory   Tigrve Norwegian
Tyke Chief     Native
American
Tyler Tile layer.   Tila, Tilar,
Tiler, Tilor, Tyla, Tylar, Tyler, Tylor
Old English
Tymon Sound   Timon Polish
Tynan Comes from the anglicised version of
the Gaelic name "O Teimhneain", which is derived from the
word teimhean, meaning ‘dark’.
  Tinan, Tinane,
Tynane
Irish, Gaelic
Tyr Born of war.   Tyre Norse
Tyree Island
dweller.
  Tyrey, Tyri, Tyrie, Tyry Scottish
Tyrone Monarch,
Royalty; From Owen’s land, From the well born one’s land; Sun, Throne.
  Teiron, Teirone, Terron, Tiron,
Tirone, Tirown, Tirowne, Tyron, Tyroney, Tyronn, Tyroun, Tyrown, Tyrowne
Greek; Irish,
Gaelic, Old Persian
Tyrus Monarch,
Royalty, King; From Owen’s land, From the well born one’s land; Sun, Throne.
  Tirus, Tiruss, Tyrus, Tyruss Greek; Irish,
Gaelic, Old Persian
Tyson Fire stick,
Firebird, Son of Ty, Son of the one from the enclosure.
  Tison Old French
Tzadok Righteous   Tzadik, Zadok Hebrew