Since you made up the name, I guess you can take your pick.
You just changed the spelling of Tea, so technically your Tayah should have the same meaning. The meanings I found for Tea are "white" and "goddess".
You could also say that Tayah is a form of Taylor
. Click on Taylor
for its meaning.
OR you could say that Tayah is a form of Taya, which means "valley field" in Japanese.
Raelynn is a combination of Rae
(meaning "ewe" or "advice") and Lynn
(meaning "lake"). Click on the names for more information.