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It's the name of fantasy author Tanith Lee.
-- Jenna R  1/29/2006
A famous bearer is champion ice dancer Tanith Belbin.
-- Anonymous User  2/4/2006
In Spanish it's written Tanit. In the Phoenician times in the island of Ibiza (were I live), the goddess Tanit was the patron saint of the island. Just a little bit of history there. :)
-- 6diablesse6  12/25/2006
This is my older sister's name and I really love it. But some persons do have a bit of problems to pronounce it the right way!
-- libelula  1/9/2008
I love this name so much! I hope to name one of my future daughters this--I love the way it sounds, and how it rolls off your tongue.
-- _clippit_  1/27/2008
I find this a very interesting and original name, without being pretentious or ridiculous. It is one of the few names that actually get the balance right, I think. I'm not too keen on the meaning 'serpent lady', though. I like snakes, but I wouldn't want to be named after one.
-- Saffine Grace  12/2/2008
Cool name, but I'm not entirely sure how to pronounce it.
-- survivor_fan  12/13/2008
Love this name! Not too bizarre but still original, great meaning and sounds great!
-- Kerules  4/1/2009
Wonderfully mystical name! :)
-- walesgal92  10/18/2009
There is a book called Wolf-Woman by Sherryl Jordan and the main character's name is Tanith. She was raised by wolves, hence the title of the book.
-- VioletViolence  11/24/2010
In ancient egalitarian cultures, feminine energy was revered and the serpent represented the life force.
I am not sure how the name sounds, but I love the meaning.
-- MiryamChannah  12/31/2011
I like this name but I would never use it on a child or pet because I hate snakes!
-- Zinha  2/6/2014

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