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This name is also well used in Polynesia. In Maori, this word has different meanings depending on the usage, but as a name it means "the tide".
-- taitoki  3/13/2005
Tai can be short for Tawanisia (I think that's how it's spelled).
-- ringer007  5/18/2006
Tai Yagami is one of the principal caracters in the TV searies "Digimon".
-- 6diablesse6  11/26/2006
"Tai" means "very big" in Chinese? Since when? It just means "too," as in "excessively."
-- Hart  1/23/2007
"Tai" definitely means "big", too. Hands down. In modern Chinese, people use this word as "excessively" , "very" or whatever, but originally it means "very big" or "great". My name is Jin Tai Xiong (sounds like jin - tie - shong) and this name means "The Great Man".
-- Anonymous User  9/2/2008
In Romanian "tăi" (pronounced like English "tie") means "yours."
-- Anonymous User  6/23/2007
In Korean, this name sounds like "tei" like in "TAYlor". I love this name not only because this is my name (I spell it TAE though), but because it has a great meaning, it has an impression of being masculine, trustworthy and strong. My first son is definitely going to be Tae.
-- Anonymous User  9/2/2008
I was looking through Chinese names for a story I'm writing, and a character's name is Tai-Wen. Literally, the name means "big culture and literacy," but I see that as a reflection of his sheer ambition, and slightly pompous nature.
-- erb816  4/26/2009
Tai Babilonia is an American pair skater (born 1959 in Los Angeles, California).
-- Anonymous User  7/21/2012
I find the name Tai really awesome and cool! I always think of the character Tai off Digimon (his name's short for Taichi). ;)
-- Anonymous User  10/19/2014
The little red dot on 1979 for America is my mother. She was adopted from Korea and named after my grandmother's (her adoptive mom) friend from Vietnam's daughter. It means foot in Korean too.
-- Anonymous User  9/13/2015

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