Comments for the name Teagan


Comments for TEAGAN:

The origin of Teagan is actually Welsh. Meagan is a derivative of this name and is now more commonly seen without the first 'a'.
-- Anonymous User  10/8/2005
I've always loved this name, Welsh or Irish.
-- Jeana Bradbury  1/26/2006
I really love this name. I love to use it for my story characters because it's unique and interesting.
-- Hyugafalcon  2/11/2006
I first heard this name on an episode of "Supernanny", in which a little girl carried it (her full name was Teagan Olivia). And since then I have always thought it an adorable and curious name. In a baby names book that I own, Teagan is listed as mainly feminine in use, Irish in origin and meaning "Attractive".
-- Pheadirean  4/14/2006
This name has always intrigued me, male or female? I have seen it used for both. Also the pronunciation, I have that it rhymes with Megan and also seen it pronounced TEE-gan or also TAY-gan.
-- Anonymous User  4/25/2006
Teagan seems more feminine to me and Tegan more masculine.
-- Anonymous User  5/27/2006
I love Teagan. It is very unique, spirited, and artistic. My baby name book listed it for girls, meaning beautiful or little poet. I have seen Tegan (pronounced TAY-gan or rhyming with Megan). And, I have seen Teague (pronounced teeg) for boys.
-- gretchen  6/13/2006
I have seen Teagan prounounced TEE-gan and Tegan prounounced TAY-gan (rhymes with Megan).
-- Anonymous User  6/13/2006
I like this name for a girl and like this spelling the best and I would pronounce it TEE-gan.
-- Anonymous User  7/12/2006
Teagan (Tegan) and Keagan (or Kegan) and Reagan (or Regan) are very ambiguous and sound more masculine than feminine. So when given to either, it sounds like another ambiguous fad name.
-- Anonymous User  7/26/2006
I don't think Teagan sounds very feminine.
-- Anonymous User  8/15/2006
Whether it sounds more feminine or not, it simply IS used more as a girls name.
-- Anonymous User  9/23/2006
Teagan for a girl appeared on the top 1000 list in 2003. Its most popular year was 2005 where it ranked 478. Teagan for a boy appeared on the top 1000 list in 2005 and ranked 869.
-- Anonymous User  9/25/2006
I like Teagan (pronounced Tee gan) very much for a boy, but I would never use this name for a girl. It's too strong and masculine sounding, and doesn’t sound feminine at all. It’s just not a very pretty name for a girl.
-- TiffanyS  10/6/2006
Tegan and Sara is a Canadian indie rock band of twin sisters.
-- Larissa_Evans  11/20/2006
I think this is a nice name for boy or girl. But I believe I would use it as a boy's name. But it sounds good either way.
-- Tito82  12/20/2006
Very unique. I really like this name for a boy! It's very adorable.
-- cleopatraVII  12/21/2006
Teagan is my name and I love it! The name Teagan also sounds a lot more like a girls name then a boys name.
-- Teags  1/18/2007
I thought this was a cute name, and now that I know the meaning I think it's adorable! Unfortunately I don't think it would carry over well into adulthood, so I wouldn't name my child this.
-- black_lace  1/20/2007
Teagan (pronounce: tee gan) is a beautiful name for a girl. I just can't see this name on a boy. I have only seen this used on girls.
-- Anonymous User  3/19/2007
My cousin is called this and she gets really annoyed when people misspell it.
-- Luangi  4/8/2007
This is my son's name. Parents of girls keep co-opting perfectly masculine names for their daughters (Madison, Reagan, Jordan, etc.), when they have such a variety of available names to choose from already. I'm going to start a campaign to convince parents looking for 'Megan'-rhyming names -- who want an unusual name that sounds oddly familiar -- of the beauty and mystery of 'Pagan'. You can see her already, pigtails bouncing in the wind or whatever. Then they will leave 'Teagan' for the boys.
-- trunkybarky  5/10/2007
What is with people and thinking that Teagan should be a boys name when it's not! Teagan is my name and I'm a girl and I think that the name Teagan for a girl is great. It sounds nothing like a boys name.
-- Anonymous User  5/14/2007
I'm sorry but if anyone ever named their boy Teagan he'd get teased for sure, it's like naming your son Linda.
-- Anonymous User  8/15/2007
I've never met a boy Teagan but I have met several girl Teagans. It sounds too feminine to be a boy's name.
-- Anonymous User  8/15/2007
I like the name Teagen on both genders, but I also like the varitaions: Tegan and Teegan.
-- Raindrop_Deamer  5/4/2008
Teagan is a boys name and is very masculine.
Teagan - "attractive."
Teague - "bard" or "poet, philosopher."
Tadhg - (TAYG)(Gr) "poet" or "honors god"; also can be Timothy, Tadc, Tiomoid, Teague, Taidgh, Tiege, Teagan. Teagan (boy)
See Also: Tegan, Teighan, Teagan, Tegan (boy)
Teagan * TEE-gan O'Tadhg�in
SURNAME - O'Tadhg�in, from the male name Tadhg (Timothy). From the Kildare/Laois area.
-- Kellyelizabeth  7/30/2008
This is my son's name and he shares this name with two other boys at his school. I don't know why someone would think a boy with a boys name would get picked on and as a matter of fact he never does and is very popular. We get nothing but compliments on his name. This is a boys name. It is very boyish and way too harsh for a girl. However, the feminine form Tegin (pronounced Tegwin or Teg-in) is softer. I still don't like it for a girl. Call me old fashioned but I like pretty names for girls.
-- Anonymous User  7/30/2008
Teagan - "attractive. Poet, king, Teague, Tadhg (Gaelic forms of Timothy)."
Teague - "bard" or "poet, philosopher" Teagan

Teagan Male Irish Attractive - Cached

Teagan (M)
Meaning wise poet (Irish Gaelic) - Cached

Teagan (boy)
Teagan (boy)
See Also: Tegan, Teighan, Teagan, Tegan (boy)

Teagan * TEE-gan O'Tadhgáin
SURNAME - O'Tadhgáin, from the male name Tadhg (Timothy). From the Kildare/Laois area.

Sex: boy
Language(s): Irish
Meaning: a form of Teague.
Sex: boy
Language(s): Irish
Meaning: bard, poet.
Teagan - "attractive."
Teague - "bard" or "poet, philosopher." Teagan.

Tadhg - (TAYG)(Gr) "poet" or "honors god"; also can be Timothy. Tadc, Tiomoid, Teague, Taidgh, Tiege. Teagan.
-- Anonymous User  8/11/2008
I have only seen this name on boys. It is a very handsome name. Teagan is a male name that is being used as a temporary fad by parents who think that it is cute to give their daughters boys names. I have heard Teagan many times on boys. Teagan means attractive, poet, philosopher. It is also a form of Timothy(Tadgh, Teague). The feminine form to this name is Tegin pronounced Teg-in or Teg-win this means good looking. Too harsh for a girl and just because a girl has this name doesn't make it a girls name it just makes it a boys name on a girl. I have heard names such as Devon, Wesley, Riley, and Brett on a girl, are those girl names? NO!
-- Anonymous User  8/24/2008
It is pronounced TEE-gan. TAY-gan is an American misunderstanding.
-- Anonymous User  9/14/2008
I love this name, it is very boyish. Teagan can also be used as Timothy.
-- Anonymous User  9/15/2008
I don't get the arguing over Teagan for a boy vs. Teagan for a girl. I am a girl with the name Teagan, but I can totally see how it's masculine, but honestly people, no names are fixed to one specific gender. You could name your daughter Jonathan if you wanted to, there's nothing stopping except your own personal opinion. So chill out. ;D
-- Anonymous User  4/26/2009
It's horrible, I really don't like it. It sounds like a really low-class name.
-- northernlight  4/2/2010
Personally I prefer the tee-gan pronunciation. In my opinion it is a good unisex name, but I prefer it on a boy. I had thought seriously of naming my son this, but my boyfriend says it's strictly a girls name. He feels the same about Tristan, where as I see it being very much masculine.
-- haileyrose  3/15/2011
I think Teagan is the most beautiful name in the whole entire world! It is totally a girls name and any boy named Teagan is just weird. Haters gone hate.
-- Anonymous User  10/31/2011
I'd never heard this name before until I met a man named Teagan. He pronounced it TEE-gan. I thought it was a different kind of name, OKAY, I actually thought it was kind of weird, but only because I hadn't heard it before! Anyway, I can't ever picture it as a feminine name. It doesn't sound delicate or pretty to me, but that's just my opinion. It does sound like a wrestling name or something.
-- Anonymous User  2/7/2012
Dear lord I hate this name so much. I'm sorry, but don't people realize that babies grow up?! This has to be one of the most childish names out there, I would honestly have a hard time not punching someone in the face if they said they named their daughter "Teagan".
-- Anonymous User  1/19/2013
Teagan is totally a boy's name. It is the girls named Teagan who come across as really weird to me. That being said, I get that this name has some history (although technically it was a last name long before it was a first name), but it still has a particularly unflattering sound to me. It sounds really unattractive on girls, not so much on boys. And even though it's somewhat historical, it seems to carry a modern, tryndee vibe that puts me off. If I were to use it, it would only be on a boy.
-- Anonymous User  4/14/2013
Actually, I think there is some confusion about this name in the U.S. The original origin is Welsh which was originally Tegwin, pronounced TAY-GHIN, meaning little poet and used mainly for boys. However, the Irish form of Tegwin mutated into Teagan in Ireland and is pronounced TEA-GAN which in Irish is a girl's name meaning attractive. So, there are really two pronunciations of the name - the Welsh - TAY-GHIN, intended for a boy and the Irish Tea-gan intended for a girl. Hence the name is pronounced very differently for a girl vs. Boy. So, the Teagan listed here is a girl's name. Oh, and to the uninformed persons who stated this sounded like a trendy name and a low class name - well you couldn't be more ignorant. The name is actually a very ANCIENT Irish name. Http://
-- beachmomof3  7/27/2013
Does eveyone think girls grow up to be dainty? My name is tegan, and I'm a girl and it fits me perfectly. Sure it's a bit masculine for a girl, but I play sports and don't mind a bit of mud. My name just highlights my personality.
-- tegan  5/10/2013
I had never met anyone with the name Teagan, nor heard of the name until I found it in a native American dialect which was pronounced T-Gan meaning "Friend". I named my son Teagan Cole after a dear friend who was lost in my younger years. We pronounce TEE-gan, I call him T-Gan on the occasion. I've read opinions which some are just terrible and you should probably keep it to yourself. Passives tend to exuberate their opinion while harbored safely behind their computer. I don't see why this name would be called low class, if by that definition you mean monetarily poor you are sadly mistaken. The name is obviously ambiguous and sounds good either way. (there is a female adult performer who uses the name which I didn't enjoy discovering, but to each their own).
-- DustinS  7/23/2013
Statistics from the Census Bureau show that Teagan is predominantly a female name. Nearly 90% of people with this name are female. Linkedin shows closer to 95% of users with the name are female.
-- Anonymous User  10/15/2013
Love this girl's name. Such an old Irish name coming back.
-- Anonymous User  1/9/2014
My almost 12 year old son's name is Teegan. I've only ever known males named Teegan and it's listed everywhere as a male name, meaning little poet. Is it even listed as a girl's name anywhere? I've never noticed. I think it's fine if girls want to use it too-- I've known girls named Michael, Evan, and James too and those are all clearly male names.
-- Tina2222  6/7/2014
I have a daughter named "Tagan" (Tay-gan). When I tell people how to say her name I say it's like Reagan but with a "T". The name is Welsh and means pretty. The most common English way to spell the name is Teagan. And that is almost how we spelled it. However my husband was worried that people would call her Tee-gan so we changed the spelling so people would say her name the way we say her name. She was named after a dear friend of mine (also another female) who spelled her name Tegan. She was an adult who was a strong woman and people loved her. I think the parents who pick this name for their son/daughter take deep thought in what they wanted to name their baby. So it's unfair for anyone to judge if the name itself needs to go to a boy or girl. It's not a common name, and the parent's naming their babies know this and they pick the name for their own reasons. It's a "pretty" name and sounds great on a boy/girl and does work well as the babies grow into adulthood.
-- Anonymous User  6/11/2014
It actually became popular again in the UK, Australia and NZ in the early 80's due to Doctor Who.
Tegan was the Doctors companion and was female.
I'm a 30 year old female Tegan and have never ever heard of it being used as a boys name.
Honestly, if I was introduced to a boy named Tegan, I would laugh.
-- Tigs  7/14/2014
The Welsh female name Tegan (pronounced TEG an in Wales, teg as in peg with a short e) is an entirely different name to Teagan and can be found elsewhere in this database.
-- Anonymous User  11/7/2014
My 4 year-old daughter's name is Teagan and I'm so happy that I named her that! We have only met one other Teagan, but it was spelt different. She knows whenever someone is talking to her because her name is so unique. She has three friends named Olivia and frankly I'm tired of that name! When she was younger we called her Tigger, but since she started writing her name we just call her T.
-- Mommyof1  2/17/2015
I named my daughter Teagan. Sure it's not a girly name but why do girls need only girly names... to me it's feminine (I also think Evan is feminine sounding) also, I did months upon months of research before deciding on this name, it started as a girls name! How could you not find that out or look for it while naming your son... do not blame other women for "stealing" your boys' names- they are not yours and never were. Get over it. I also believe that Teagan will be a great name in her adult life.
-- Anonymous User  3/2/2015
My 2 year old daughter's name is Teighan. It means pretty and it suits her perfect. I see no body else here has spelled it this way which is interesting :). As regards to whether it is a male or female I think it suits both and is an individual choice.
-- Jennifermcknight  3/17/2015

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