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TAINARA f Tupí, Portuguese (Brazilian)
The name comes from the Tupí language, spoken by the native indigenous peoples of Brazil. It means "star" or "full of light", "illuminated".
TANANDRA f Portuguese (Brazilian, Rare)
Tanandra was apparently invented and has no meaning. It may be a junction names such as Tanya + Sandra, or a composition from the parent's name, for example, Tancred + Leandra. It can be inspired by other names with Andra, as Cassandra for example... [more]
TANIMARA f Dutch (Rare), Portuguese (Brazilian, Rare)
Some sources claim this name means "lonely north wind" in Comanche, though no evidence supporting this meaning can be found. The name appears most common in Spanish, Portuguese, and Dutch speaking nations, which further suggests the name is not of Comanche origin... [more]
VÁGNER m Portuguese (Brazilian)
Brazilian Portuguese variant spelling of Vagner
. Known Brazilian bearers of this name include the soccer player Vágner Love (b. 1984) and Vágner Benazzi (b. 1954) and Vágner Mancini (b. 1966), who are both former soccer players that now work as managers of soccer teams.