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I like the name Ty. I have a cousin by the name of Tyrus, and still to this day I don't know the exact meaning of his name. But it is truly a good name for a little boy.
-- COGDELL  1/20/2005
If you ask me, it looked like a variant of "Cyrus". :)
-- Tbird  12/1/2005
A good first name for a kid whose last name is just ridiculously long, like my friend who has this name. Also the company that makes Beanie Babies. (Ty, Inc.)
-- Dray  3/20/2006
Ty Pennington, the "team leader" on the show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, is a famous bearer of this name. ;)
-- Anonymous User  4/10/2006
My friend Ty is short for Tyson and it suits him so well. Only his mom calls him Tyson and no one else. I really like the name!
-- Anonymous User  4/18/2006
I named my son Ty. I've always said that he will be the first one in kindergarten to spell his name.
-- holly14  5/13/2006
I think this is a great name.
-- pussycat doll  1/2/2007
I love this name! It's short and to the point! My best friend's name is Ty and I think it suits him very well!
-- joanie2007  7/25/2007
Ty means "you" in Czech and Slovak.
-- Maggie_Simpson  11/24/2007
I don't like it as a full first name, or even as a middle name. Actually, I don't like it per se. You should name your son Tyler and call him Ty if you feel like it. Too minimalist, too youthful, and quite lower middle class in sound and look.
-- slight night shiver  5/11/2008
I like it best as a nickname for Tycho.
-- Anonymous User  7/24/2008
I like the way it looks. It also reminds me of Tyson chicken.
-- MoonAgeDaydreamer  12/20/2008
The main character is named Ty in the video game "Ty the Tasmanian Tiger".
-- Zepton  1/17/2009
This is also a diminutive girl's name, short for girl's names like Tyra. I actually do prefer it as a girl's name, but I don't like Tyra as a name.
-- Saffine Grace  2/6/2009
Sounds far too minimalist and trashy.
-- bananarama  4/10/2009
To me Ty seems like a weird spelling. So I much prefer Tai as a short form of Taison. In my opinion, that spelling kind of takes away the trashy feeling that Ty or Tyson has.
-- Anonymous User  8/2/2009
I'll admit to thinking it's a cute nickname, though I can't stand it as a first name.
-- Black_X  8/19/2011
A famous bearer was baseball player Ty Cobb (1886-1961), who I can't believe hasn't been mentioned here. His real first name was Tyrus, however.
-- sunshinechild67  11/29/2012

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