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Yeah, no.
Luvbug86  6/28/2019
A bit unusual, but it could work.
kayisforkeen  10/31/2018
Teal is my favorite color, but I wouldn't use it as a name.
Buneary  11/10/2012
Teal Eye is the Blackfoot Indian wife of mountain man Boone Caudill in A. B. Guthrie, Jr.'s novel 'The Big Sky' (1947).
― Anonymous User  7/21/2012
I'm very fond of ducks, and the green-blue colour which matches my eyes.

I could get used to this one I think.

I'm not sure why it's a female name - it doesn't have a very feminine sound to it.
keepitreal  1/8/2011
In theory it sounds nice. But to me, teal is just a color or a type of duck, not a name.
bananarama  11/15/2010
Teal Redmann (born 1982), American actress who played "Louise Grant" in the TV show Gilmore Girls.
CarolinW  3/17/2010
This name would be better on a boy than for a girl. Teal, what a nice name. :)
-Julia-  7/30/2009
Love this name! I think it's beautiful and unusual. There's almost something magical about it.

Also name of the current leading role of Elphaba in LA's production of Wicked: Teal Wicks.
― Anonymous User  8/24/2008
I've read that cyan is also a word for a greenish-blue color. So if you like the color enough to name your daughter after it, Cyan sounds MUCH cooler. This doesn't sound like much of a name anyway, and if it's a type of duck, it might lead to bullying. The name simply doesn't sound very nice. It sounds like 'steel' or 'steal'.
slight night shiver  5/8/2008
What a horrible name! I personally find Teal to be a very ugly color, and even if it wasn't it would be like naming your kid "Yellow" or "Red" or "Pink".
vendredie  12/16/2007
Teal is also a boy's name.
― Anonymous User  7/1/2007
Teal is a dark shade of turquoise.
― Anonymous User  3/2/2007

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