OTHER SCRIPTS: Таня (Russian)
PRONOUNCED: TAHN-yə (English), TAN-yə (English) [key]
Meaning & History
. It began to be used in the English-speaking world during the 1930s.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Latanya (African American), Tatiana (Ancient Roman), Tatiana (Bulgarian), Tanja, Tatjana (Croatian), Taťána (Czech), Tanja, Tatiana (Danish), Tatiana (Dutch), Tanja, Tatiana, Tatjana, Taina (Finnish), Tatienne (French), Tatiana (Georgian), Tanja, Tatiana, Tatjana (German), Tatiana (Greek), Tania, Tatiana (Italian), Tatjana (Latvian), Tatjana (Lithuanian), Tanja, Tatjana (Macedonian), Tanja, Tatiana (Norwegian), Tatiana (Polish), Tatiana, Tânia (Portuguese), Tatiana (Romanian), Tanja, Tatjana (Serbian), Tatiana (Slovak), Tanja, Tatjana, Tjaša (Slovene), Tatiana (Spanish), Tanja, Tatiana (Swedish)
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