I much prefer Ciara. Tiara isn’t the worse I ever heard though.
ciara23  1/10/2021
Such a beautiful name!
Janessa2542  1/9/2021
Tiara Coenaerts, people can dislike a name if they don’t like it, so what? There is always hate on every name. Even very “rare” names like yours get disliked.
I don’t like this name that much but I respect it a bit.
Inxpect  11/28/2020
I very much dislike how lots of people hate the name, my name is Tiara (T-ARE-UH) it's pretty rude- you should always respect someone's name.
Tiara Coenaerts  10/21/2020
I'm not gonna lie, everything I read was kind of offensive. My name is Tiara (T-AIR-AH) and I'm nothing like how people described me to be. My mom named me and she has a perfectly good reason to name me Tiara, and I'm proud that Tiara is my name... a message to all of you haters out there, don't judge a book by its cover.
12406255  10/15/2020
I like this name. It's definitely very feminine, but it's also a strong name, too. I think it's pretty cute ;)
Breathe J.  8/1/2020
― Anonymous User  7/15/2020
Objects should NOT be used as names.
― Anonymous User  6/29/2020
Weird and tacky.
someone-  6/1/2020
I’m actually laughing at all of the negative comments. I have received nothing but compliments on my name and I was born in 1989, probably before it became more common. For the record, my mother was married and 30 when she had me so quit making assumptions based on a name. It makes you look uneducated and stereotypical. Additionally, I am very successful in my career and I’m the one doing the interviews so no need to worry about that :) Just a side note for you, we check the internet and don’t hire close minded people like yourself. Keep it moving to all of the Tiara’s out there, your name is just as beautiful as you are!
tiaraleigh  10/30/2019
Can also be pronounced T-Are-Ruh.
Luvbug86  3/22/2019
Funny name. There's Atarah or Corona if you like the meaning.
kayisforkeen  9/2/2018
I love this name on my boy! LOL.
thisnameshouldbegirl  8/30/2018
I find the comments above quite hilarious. Tiara is such a beautiful name, I get so many compliments on my name. Y'all must have never met a person named Tiara. The true stereotype is pretty, college educated, probably wears weave, high standards.. that's the steoreotype.. I've never heard stripper being associated with the name, crazy.
tiara8457  8/29/2018
I had never heard of this name being used, ever, until my daughter Sarah was about 7 years old and one of her friends had a little sister named Tiara. This was around 2001. I had thought they'd named the kid Sierra which was popular at the time, but nope, it was Tiara. I suppose the same kinds of comments would be made if one decided to name their kid Crown, Headband, Barette or Snoodnet for that matter. I say if someone wants to name their baby after formal headwear, let them. Would I? Probably not, then again, I've never named anyone or anything after an inanimate object that one wears. Except for the fact that I once named a cat Brooch because it was always stealing my antique brooch and hiding it. I say let parents name their children anything they want to.
Fuzzyfriends  7/21/2018
It sounds rather pretty, but when you think about it it's more than a little odd having a crown as a name, hypothetically it works but in real life it sounds very out of place.
― Anonymous User  7/5/2017
My name is Tiara and I am offended by what you've said. No, I am not a stripper and yes my parents graduated from high school. I was given my name by my mother who very well knew the meaning and thought that it was beautiful. Yes, one day I will be Grandmother Tiara and I am proud of that fact because I am nothing like what you perceive me to be like and I will have a husband and children who love me for it. I am not spoiled or am a brat, and it is insulting that you think you can judge someone by their name because you think it's childish. The name Tiara is not childish, you are, for reacting to it like you did.
crownbaby12345  8/29/2016
The name Tiara was given to 112 girls born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/14/2016
I am personally shocked at the insensitive and very judgmental comments on this site about a person's very personal NAME! He or she had NO SAY in choosing his or her name! If you don't like a name, DON'T NAME YOUR KID THAT! Disparaging parents' educational status in choosing a name is VERY disrespectful, & I would hope my precious daughter Tiara never reads these unkind and rude comments. We adopted her at 3 days old, and her birth mother chose the name Tiara - WELL aware of the meaning "the small crown of a queen, or the crown of a Princess." We are Christians, and what better name for a Daughter of the KING?
P.s. She is not ANY of the HURTFUL descriptions uneducated people have thoughtlessly thrown out there based on THEIR limited experience. She is in College taking Child and Youth Counselor, and is one of the most GIVING people I know!
CatLover  9/27/2014
I named my daughter Tiara and she is pretty much the exact opposite of what most people on here are saying. She is 10 years old and for the adults on here who negatively label anyone or anyone's name knowing everyone in the world didn't pick their own name to me that sounds about like what these people's impression of the name is. Never judge a book by its cover, or a name.
Visamo918  3/29/2014
Whenever I hear this name I think of "princess" and "spoiled brat".
(NOT trying to offend anyone, I have a really nice friend named Tiara, that is just my first thought).
Gio123  9/29/2013
This name is pretty, sure, but I can only imagined a spoiled child, or a ditzy teenager. I'm sorry, but that's all I can see. I bet she'll change her name before she hits 25. Oh, and Grandma Tiara. LOL.
blondieboo629  8/2/2011
I have a friend named Tiara and she really likes her name, and guess what! She IS NOT a snob, or a stripper, or and airhead. Her mom IS a high school graduate and is pretty intelligent, which is more than I can say for any of the people arrogant enough to write such nasty stereotypical things... Tiara is a girl who wears her name proudly! I for one like Tiara and have considered using it.
haileyrose  3/8/2011
Tiara sounds tacky and trashy. It also sounds like a good name for a stripper.
bananarama  12/30/2009
I think this name sounds pretty, but a little childish. I can't imagine a Grandma Tiara.
― Anonymous User  7/23/2009
WHAT A HORRIBLE NAME! No offense but this name is entirely trashy and made up. I can't imagine being 30-70 years old or getting a job with this name or even being taken seriously. I mean come on this is a word for a crown, why don't we just find "pretty" sounding words and make ridiculous names. I hate made up names. IT'S A LITTLE CROWN!
becca_marciano  2/26/2009
I find this name terrifyingly atrocious. It's too trendy and won't exactly work for an 80 year old woman.
DeeDee153  10/29/2008
I think it's pretty sounding but it is a very silly name. It means a kind of crown.
number1212  10/19/2008
Very tacky. This is a word for a type of crown, so it sounds pretty silly on a person. Imagine this name on a beauty pageant contestant who actually wins or comes second or third. It's quite an amusing thought. This sounds like the type of name lower middle class and low class people pick because they don't know what it means, but they think it sounds pretty and glamorous. You can sort of tell the parents haven't finished high school. Plus, this sounds like the name parents who are only old enough to be high school sophomores would choose, for that matter!
slight night shiver  5/10/2008
I like the sound of this word, but not this name. It sounds like a snob's name to me. But if it had an important meaning to the parents (I'm not sure what it would be) I could see someone naming their child this. But otherwise...
scarletquillraven  12/28/2006
This is my name. My name is not pronounced like T-Air-A it is T-AU-Rah and it is spelled Ti'ara which I think is unique. My name means a crown and it fits me perfectly because I'm the perfect princess.
Tiababy  1/6/2006
Tiara is also a form of the Gaelic Tara, meaning "rocky pinnacle." It can also be pronounced tee AIR uh.
aergrrl  10/16/2005
Are you sure? I know enough Gaelic to know that it is not, and "Tara" is not really used as a name in Gaelic culture as far as I know.

And as for the choice of names for people, this is dreadful! Sure, "Tiara" sounds pretty and tiaras themselves are pretty, but this is not meant to be used as a name; it sounds like the wish of low-class parents to see their daughter succeed in life (and, ironically, such plans have backfired because not many people can take an adult with a name like "Tiara" seriously.). How about "Ciara" (KEE-ar-ah) instead? Or "Tatiana" or "Tanya"? Or something classic that will ensure the girl protection from teasing and odd stares.
gaelruadh19  1/27/2009
Tiara is also the main character in the anime Shamanic Princess.
Ayame77  10/8/2005

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