Hi, hope I can help you a little. I put a star in front of the names I think would work.
GIRLS: * Tabatha / Tabea (tah-BE-ah) / Tabitha - I like Tabitha best, nn could be Tabea * Tahlia / Talia / Thalia (all: tah-lee-ah) - Thalia is very cute Tallulah / Talulla - Talulla has a beautiful meaning, not sure it would work... Tamaya - Like the sound of this name, Tameka / Tamika (all: tə-MEE-kə) - Meaning is just fantastic, not sure if it would work. * Tamera (tah-MER-ah) Nice name, I prefer Tamara though. * Tamia (tah-MEE-ah) Nice nn for Temeka/Tamika & Tamera Tamsin - nice, not sure It would be pronounced right, you could always ask a friend to pronounce this name, and see if it works * Tanith - Like this was the goddess of love, fertility, the moon and the stars. * Tara (TAHR-ah) Very nice Taryn - Very nice, but although it's a girls name, it looks a bit masculine to me Tatum - I'm not a fan of surnames as firstnames Tawny - No, sorry, I don't like it. * Tea (TEH-ah) / Thea - Like it as a nn for Dorothea, I would go for Thea, not Tea * Teresa / Theresa - Good name, prefer Theresa Tessa - I personally would never use it an a person, I knew one terrible girl with this name, and a wonderful Rottweiler, so for me it's a dog's name (sorry) Thais (THA-ees) - I would go for no. * Tamina (Ta-MEE-nuh) - Like the sound of this name * Thekla (TE-klah) - Very Pretty Tia - TiaMaria (the liqueur) Tibby - sounds a bit like a rich country club woman in a daytime soap Tiffany - not a favorite of mine * Tilda - Very nice nn for Mathilda? * Timea - very pretty * Tirzah - very pretty, not sure if it would be pronounced right, try it out on a friend would be my advice. Tiziana (tee-TSYAH-nah) - I'm not sure the pronounciation would work. Tomke / Tomma - I don't think the pronounciation would work, more nn * Tova - such a pretty name - In the Netherlands it's a desert sauce, so I personally wouldn't be able to use it, but its so pretty. * Tosca - cute Trixie - sounds a bit like a middleaged woman to me, or a dog (sorry) Tuva - Prefer Tova * Tyra - nice name.
BOYS: * Taddeo - I love the name Thaddeus, Taddeo (or Thad/Tad) would be a nice nn * Talon - Love it, not sure I would use it. Tammo - sounds to much like Tammy in my opinion Tariq - Nice, not sure it would work Taro - not to sure about the meaning, thick, big son? * Tate - not a fan of surnames as first names, but this one is nice Tennyson - sounds to much like a surname to me Tero - short for Antero a finnish form of Andrew, Love the name Andrew, not to sure about Tero. * Thaddeus - I love this name (Thad/Tad would be a nice nn) * Theo (TAY-o) / Theodor (te-AW-dawr) - Nice, I would use Theo as a nn * Thorben / Torben (all: TAWR-ben) - Really like this name Thorsten (TAWR-sten) - nice, but not sure if the pronounciation would work. * Tiernan - really nice name Till - not sire it would work, sounds like a nn to Mathilda * Tim - Short and simple, nn for Timothy? Timon (tea-mon) - nice name, but used in the Lion King, not sure it would work, * Timothy - Nice name, with Tim as nn Tizian (tee-TSYAHN) / Tiziano (tee-TSYAH-no) - I don't think the pronounciation would work. * Tobias (to-BEE-ahs) / Tobin - nice name, both versions Travis - not a fan of this name Trent / Trenton - I'm not a fan of surnames as first names Trevor - not a fan of this name * Tristan (trees-TAWN)- very nice name Troy - nice but, I wouldn't use it (loved it until I was wachting History channel woth DH and a preview for 'Swamp people' showed this huge idiot named Troy, totaly ruined the name for me) Tucker - surname Tyler - surname and to popular Tamino (Ta-MEE-no)- sounds cute, a little too cute, not sure this name would work on a grown man. Tian - not a fan of this name.
Hope this helps, good luck picking a name for your little one.
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