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TUBURUODE m Western African, Ijaw
Means "they have moved northward" in Ijaw.
TUBYAKU f & m Nganasan
Means "button" in Nganasan.
TUCCIO m Medieval Italian
Short form of ALBERTUCCIO, DONATUCCIO, RENATUCCIO, VITUCCIO and other pet forms that end in -tuccio.
TUCK m English
Short form of TUCKER.
TUCO m Spanish
Diminutive of ALBERTO.
TUDOREL m Romanian
Diminutive of TUDOR (2).
TUDORICĂ m Romanian
Romanian diminutive of Tudor.
TÛE m Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of TUE.
TUELO f & m Tswana
Means "payment" in Tswana.
TUESDAY f & m English, African American
From the name of the day of the week, which ultimately derives from Old English tiwesdæg, which was composed of the elements Tiwaz (see TYR) and dæg "day".
TUFAN m Turkish
From Arabic طُوفَان (ṭūfān) meaning "storm, typhoon, flood".
TUFANI f & m Swahili
Means "storm" in Swahili.
TUFF m & f Popular Culture
Tuff (Bun in the original Japanese version) is one of the main characters in the anime, Kirby: Right Back at Ya! (Hoshi no Kaabii in the original japanese, which translates to Kirby of the Stars). Tuff is an ally of KIRBY and often plays a large role... [more]
TUG m English (Rare)
From the naval expression. Famous bearers include: Tug Dumbly (1965-), the pseudonym of Australian performance poet and musician Geoff Forrester and Tug McGraw (1944-2004), a Major League Baseball pitcher.
Derived from the Uzbek tugal meaning "complete, whole" and murod meaning "aim, wish, desire".
TUG'BOY m Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek tug', an obsolete word meaning "banner, flag" and boy meaning "rich, wealthy".
TUGDLIAĸ m Greenlandic
Meaning unknown.
TUGDUAL m Breton (Rare)
Derived from Breton tut "people" and uual "brave; bold; noble; exalted" or tad "father".
TUGI m Mongolian
Diminutive shortened version of " Tuguslar ". Originally means to play in Mongolian, the shorter " Tugi " means to " be silly" or " dumb".
TUGOMIL m Croatian (Rare)
From the Slavic elements togo "strong, mighty, potent" and milu meaning "gracious, dear".
TUGOMIR m Croatian, Serbian, Slovene
Croatian and Slovenian form of the Old Slavic name Togomir, which is derived from Slavic togo "strong, mighty, potent" combined with Slavic mir "peace". Known bearers of this name were Croatian poet and storyteller Tugomir Alaupović (1870-1958) and Tugomir Franc (1932-1983), a Croatian opera singer.
TUGUSLAR m Mongolian
Originated circa 15th century Medieval Northern Yuan Dynasty Mongolia. The name " Tuguslar " means " to play " in Mongolian. Alternatively, it can be interpreted as someone who is easy going.
TUGUZHUKO m Circassian (Rare), History
Meaning unknown. A known bearer was Tuguzhuko Kyzbech (1777-1840), a Circassian nobleman and leader during the Russian-Circassian War.
TUHFA m Uzbek
Means "present, gift" in Uzbek.
Means "horseback" in Comanche.
TUI f & m Maori
Tui is the Maori name for the bird (Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae), which are easily identified for their small tuft of white feathers at the neck.... [more]
TUILIK m Greenlandic
Younger form of TUVILIK.
TUISKO m Finnish Mythology
King of Finland (Mythologia Fennica, 1789)Youngest son of Noah, ruler of North Europe (Chronicle of Finland, 1636).
TUISKU f & m Finnish
From Finnish tuisku meaning "snowstorm".
TUK m Sanskrit, Indian, Hindi, Hinduism
Name - tuk तुक्... [more]
TUKAĸ m & f Greenlandic
Means "harpoon head" in Greenlandic.
TUKI m Tahitian
Means "heartbeat" in Tahitian.
TUKKUTTOK m & f Inuit
Means "generous" in Inuit.
T’UKRI m Quechua
Means "sentinel" in Quechua.
TUKTU m & f Inuit
Means "caribou" in Inuktitut.
TUKUFU m Swahili
Means "exalted" in Swahili.
TUKUMA f & m Greenlandic
Greenlandic short form of TUKUMAĸ.
TUKUMAĸ f & m Greenlandic
Greenlandic name meaning "quick", "eager", "active", "cheerful", "vigorous", "is prompt to act" with the connotation "is busy".
TUKUMAQ f & m Greenlandic
Younger form of TUKUMAĸ.
TUKUSWIGA m Nyakyusa
Means "we are surprised" in Nyakyusa.
TULAN m & f Chinese (Modern, Rare)
Combination of TU and Lan.
TULASI f & m Indian, Odia, Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, Nepali
Alternate transcription of TULSI.
TÚLI m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant of TÓLI.
TULI m & f Spanish
Short form of TULIO or ANTULIO.
TULIJE m Croatian
Croatian form of Tullius (see TULLIO).
TULIMAK m & f Inuit
Variant of TULIMAQ.
TULIMAQ m Popular Culture, Inuit
Means "rib". Used for a character in the Canadian Inuktitut-language film 'Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner' (2001).
TULIMIR m Polish
According to some sources, this name means "to prevail over peace" or "to reign over peace", with the second element derived from Slavic mir "peace". Well, they are definitely correct about the second element, but I am uncertain or doubtful that the first element means "to prevail over, to reign"... [more]
TÚLIR m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant of TÓLIR.
TULIR m Old Danish
Maybe an Old Danish form of TÓLIR.
TULIUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Tullius (see TULLIO).
TULKAS m Literature
Tulkas had the most valor of the Valar(: in J.R.R. Tolkien's, The Silmarillion.
TÜLKHÜÜR m & f Mongolian
Means "key" in Mongolian.
Derived from the Uzbek tulki meaning "fox" and boy meaning "rich, wealthy".
TULLIANUS m Late Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from Tullius (see TULLIO).... [more]
TULLIAQ m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of TUGDLIAĸ.
TULLIJS m Latvian
Latvian form of Tullius (see TULLIO).
TULLIU m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Tullius (see TULLIO).
TULLIVER m Literature, English
Traditionally a surname meaning "iron cutter". It is derived from the Old French tailler meaning 'to cut' and fer meaning 'iron'. ... [more]
TULSI f & m Hinduism, Indian, Bengali, Hindi, Nepali
From Sanskrit तुलसी (tulasī) meaning "holy basil (a type of plant)". The plant is considered sacred in Hinduism, and it is sometimes personified as an avatar of Lakshmi.
TULUGAAK m Inuit Mythology
In Inuit mythology, Tulugaak was the creator of light.
TULUGAQ m & f Inuit
Meaning, "raven."
TULUMEU m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Ptolemaios via PTOLEMAEUS.
TULUY m Yakut
Means "patient" in Yakut.
Combination of TULUY and the Turkic title khan meaning "leader, ruler".
TÜMA m Vilamovian
Vilamovian form of THOMAS.
TUMA m Vilamovian
Variant of TÜMA.
TUMA m Arabic
Arabic form of THOMAS.
TUMAINI m Arabic (Egyptian)
Means “hope” and “courage” in Arabic.
TUMAN m Armenian (Archaic), Kazakh (Rare), Kyrgyz (Rare), Uzbek (Rare)
Armenian, Kazakh, Kyrgyz and Uzbek form of the Mongol name TÜMEN, probably via its Old Turkic form Tümän. Also compare the Kazakh, Kyrgyz and Uzbek word tuman meaning "fog", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Turkic *tuman meaning "mist, fog".... [more]
TUMAR f & m Kazakh, Kyrgyz
Derived from the Kazakh and Kyrgyz noun tumar meaning "amulet". This name is unisex in both countries, but more often given to females than to males.
TÛMARSE m Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of THOMAS.
TUMASCH m Romansh
Romansh form of THOMAS, traditionally found in the Engadine valley and in central Grisons.
TUMAY m Mordvin
Derived from тумо (tumo) meaning "oak".
TUME m Swedish (Rare)
Modern form of TUMI.
Means "agreement" in Setswana.
TÜMEN m & f Mongolian, Yakut
Derived from an old Mongolian word that means "ten thousand", which via Tocharian may ultimately be of Chinese origin. The modern Mongolian form of the word is түм (tüm). Among the Mongol and Turkic peoples, a tümen (tumen in English) was historically also a social and military unit of 10,000 households and soldiers.... [more]
TUMENBAYAR f & m Mongolian
The name of a figure of legend in K Arsenault Rivera's trilogy, *Their Bright Ascendency*.
TÜMENNASAN m & f Mongolian
Derived from түм (tüm) meaning "myriad" and нас (nas) meaning "life".
TÚMI m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant of TÓMI.
TUMI m Old Danish, Icelandic
Old Danish and Icelandic form of TÚMI.
TUMISANG m & f Tswana
Means "give praise" in Setswana.
TUMISHO m & f Sotho
Means "glory" in Sotho.
TUMMA m & f Finnish
Means "dark" in Finnish.
TUMMAS m Faroese
Faroese form of THOMAS.
TUMMI m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant of TÓMI.
TUMNA m Chuvash
Means "blast furnace" in Chuvash, derived from Russian domna.
TUMNUS m Literature (Rare)
The name of a faun in C.S. Lewis' novels, the Chronicles of Narnia. This may be used as a diminutive of VERTUMNUS.
TUMUR m Mongolian
Variant transcription of TÖMÖR.
TUN m & f Burmese
Alternate transcription of HTUN.
TUNA m & f Turkish
Turkish name for the Danube River.
TUNA m & f Croatian (Rare)
Male variant and female form of TUNO.
TUNAHAN m Turkish
Turkish name with the combination of TUNA and han meaning "khan".
TUNANI m Central African
Middle name of soccer player Benik Afobe.
TUNCER m Turkish
Composed from Turkish tunç ''bronze'' and er "brave; man".
TUNDE m Yoruba
Means "returned again" in Yoruba, more often used as a short form of other Yoruba names ending in tunde, such as BABATUNDE and OLATUNDE.
Means "we should not forget" in Nyakyusa.
TUNGULAG f & m Mongolian
Means "clean, clear" or "cloudless, serene" in Mongolian.
TUNNE m Estonian
Form of TAUNO. It also coincides with the Estonian word for "to touch".
TUNO m Croatian (Rare)
Nickname for ANTUN.
TUNSTALL m English
Transferred use of the surname TUNSTALL.
Means "rainbow" in Shuar.
TUONE m Italian, Friulian, Dalmatian, South Slavic
Short form of ANTONIO. A notable bearer was Tuone Udaina (1823 – June 10, 1898), the last speaker of Dalmatian language.
TƯỜNG m Vietnamese
From Chinese 翔 (tường) meaning "soar, glide".
TUOVI f & m Finnish
Derived from the place name Tuovila "village of Tove", a village in Finland. It was invented by the Finnish author Yrjö Sakari Yrjö-Koskinen for a character of his novel "Pohjan-Piltti" (1859).
TUPĀ m Tupi
Known as the supreme god in Guarani mythology.
TÚPAC m Incan, Aymara, Quechua
Means "brilliant, resplendent" in both Aymara and Quechua, the native languages of the Bolivian indigenous peoples.
TUPAC m English, Various
Form of TÚPAC. A notable bearer is American rapper Tupac Shakur (1971-1996).
TUPI m Miwok
Means "salmon" in the Miwok language, with the implied meaning being "throwing salmon onto bank".
TUPPER f & m English
Transferred use of the surname TUPPER.
TUPSA m Kven
Kven diminutive of TOBIAS.
TURAÇ m & f Turkish
Means "francolin" in Turkish.
TURAN m & f Azerbaijani, Kyrgyz (Rare), Turkish, Persian
Derived from Turan, the name of a historical region in Central Asia. It is of Iranian origin, as the region was originally inhabited by nomadic Iranian peoples. The name is traditionally said to mean "the land of Tur", though not all linguists agree with that... [more]
TURAR m & f Kazakh
Means "will live", derived from Kazakh тірі (tiri) meaning "survive" or "alive, lively". This name was traditionally given when a child (usually a son) was not expected to live.
TURGON m Literature
Sindarized form of TURUKÁNO.
TURG'UN m Uzbek
Means "permanent, unchanging" in Uzbek.
TURGUN m Siberian, Khakas
Means "fast" in Khakas.
Derived from the Uzbek turg'un meaning "permanent, unchanging" and po'lat meaning "steel, sword".
Turgunu-Sanga (3100 BC) seems to have been a Sumerian accountant for the Turgunu family. His names is one of the earliest names recorded.
TURHAN m & f Turkish, Albanian
Turkish masculine name; meaning unknown. It is also occasionally used as a feminine name, as was the case of Turhan Hatice, wife of Sultan Ibrahim I of the Ottoman Empire.
TURIAN m Breton
Original Breton form of THURIAN.
TURÍBIO m Portuguese (Brazilian)
Portuguese form of Turibius (see TORIBIO). A known bearer of this name is the Brazilian classical guitarist and composer Turíbio Santos (b. 1943).
TURIBIO m Italian (Rare)
Italian form of Turibius (see TORIBIO).
Derived from the Uzbek turish meaning "standing, waking up" and boy meaning "rich, wealthy".
TURISMON m Catalan
Catalan form of THORISMUND.
TURISMUNDO m Spanish, Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese form of THORISMUND.
TURITO m Spanish
Diminutive of ARTURO.
TURKAFINWË m Literature
Means "strong FINWË". In Tolkien's Legendarium this is the father-name of CELEGORM.
TURKI m Arabic
From Arabic تُرْكِيّ (turkiyy) meaning "Turk, Turkish".
TURKKI m & f Finnish
Means "fur" in Finnish.
TÜRKUVAZ m & f Turkish
Means "cyan" in Turkish.
TURLAN m Kazakh
Means "Turkish lion" from Kazakh түрік (türik) meaning "Turkish, Turk" and the given name ASLAN.
TURNER m English
Transferred use of the surname TURNER.
TURO m Spanish, Italian
Short form of ARTURO
TUROLD m Medieval Polish
Polish form of THOROLD.
TURON m Tajik (Rare), Uzbek (Rare)
Tajik and Uzbek form of TURAN.
TUROQ m Uzbek
Means "refrain" in Uzbek.
TURPAL m Chechen
Means "hero" in Chechen.
TURPAL-ALI m Chechen
Combination of TURPAL and ALI (1).
TURPILIANO m Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of TURPILIANUS.
This Roman cognomen is an extended form of TURPILIUS. A bearer of this name was Publius Petronius Turpilianus, a Roman politician, general and consul from the 1st century AD.
French form of TURPILIANUS.
Croatian form of TURPILIANUS.
TURPILIO m Italian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of TURPILIUS.
TURPILIUS m Ancient Roman
Probably derived from the Latin adjective turpis meaning "ugly, filthy, disgraceful", which itself derives from the Latin verb turpo "to make ugly, to defile, to disgrace". This name was borne by a Roman comic poet from the 2nd century BC.
TURSYN m Karakalpak
Means "let him live" in Karakalpak.
From the given name TURSYN meaning "let it live", derived from Kazakh тұру (turu) meaning "to live, to be alive", combined with the Turkish military title beg meaning "chieftain, master"... [more]
TURTLE m & f English
Meaning "Any land or marine reptile of the order Testudines, characterised by a protective shell enclosing its body", "a slow-moving reptile, enclosed in a scaly or leathery domed shell into which it can retract its head and thick legs", a large marine reptile with a bony or leathery shell and flippers, coming ashore annually on sandy beaches to lay eggs"... [more]
TURUKÁNO m Literature
Meaning uncertain; contains the Quenya word káno, meaning "commander". In The Silmarillion by J. R. R. Tolkien, this is the original name of King TURGON of Gondolin... [more]
Means "covered with grime" in Ainu.
TUS m Ancient Persian
Origin is Parsi... [more]
This name means Teller of Tales in Samoan. It was adopted by the writer Robert Louis Stevenson when he lived on the island.
TUSKALOOSA m Native American
Means "black warrior", from the western Muskogean language elements taska and losa.... [more]
TUSKUL m Yakut
Means "the better future" in Yakut.
TUSPAQUIN m Wampanoag
Name of the "Black Sachem", a Wampanoag war captain who was feared by the English.
TUT m & f Balinese
Diminutive of KETUT.
TUTO m Portuguese
Diminutive of AUGUSTO.
Tutonda is a verb form of "thank you"... [more]
Tutondele means we thank you in kikongo... [more]
Means "add to what's already there" in Shona.
TUTTI f & m German, Norwegian (Archaic), Popular Culture, Italian
German diminutive of GERTRUDE and other names containing the Germanic element thrud meaning "strength". This was used for one of Barbie's little sisters, now discontinued.
TUTU m & f Western African, South African
Means "cliff dweller".
TUTU m Ancient Egyptian, Egyptian Mythology
Tutu (or TITHOES in Greek) was an Egyptian god worshiped by ordinary people all over Egypt during the late period.
TUTYR m Ossetian Mythology
Meaning unknown. Tutyr was the Ossetian lord of wolves and the enemy of FÆLVÆRA, protector of sheep. He is identified with Saint THEODORE of Tyre.
TUUDOR m Estonian
Estonian variant of TEODOR.
TUUDUR m Estonian
Estonian form of THEODORE.
TUUI m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of TÛE.
TUUKKAQ m & f Greenlandic
Younger form of TUKAĸ.
TUURI m & f Finnish (Rare)
Means "luck" in Finnish.
TUVE m Swedish
Variant of TURE.
TUVIA m Hebrew
Variant transcription of TOVIA.
TUVICHA m Guarani
Means "big" in Guarani.
TUVILIK m Greenlandic
Means "kayak jacket of sealskin" in Greenlandic.
TUVOQ m Uzbek
Means "cauldron lid" in Uzbek.
TÜVSHINBAYAR m & f Mongolian
Means "level of happiness" from Mongolian түвшин (tüvshin) meaning "level, volume" combined with баяр (bayar) meaning "joy, happiness".
Derived from the Uzbek tuya meaning "camel" and boy meaning "rich, wealthy".
TUYG'UN m Uzbek
Means "sharp, alert" or "hawk" in Uzbek.
Derived from the Uzbek tuyg'un meaning "sharp, alert" or "hawk" and jon meaning "spirit, soul".
TUZAL m Uzbek
Means "to recover, get better, improve" in Uzbek.
TUZAN m Uzbek
Means "to make oneself ready" in Uzbek.
TVENNUMBRÚNI m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse byname meaning "with double eyebrows".
TVERDIMIR m Medieval Slavic
Medieval Slavic form of TWARDOMIR.
Russian cognate of TWARDOSŁAW.
TVORIMIR m Russian
Russian cognate of TWORZYMIR.
TWAH'KOHL m Cherokee (Archaic)
Name of Cherokee origin meaning "user of fog" or " fog user" or just "user"
TWAIN m English
Transferred use of the surname and pseudonym, TWAIN. Twain is an archaic term for "two", as in "The veil of the temple was rent in twain."
TWAN m Dutch, Limburgish
Dutch and Limburgish form of TOINE, with its spelling phonetical in nature.
The first element of this name is derived from Polish twardy "hard, tough, firm", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic tvьrdъ "hard". Compare Croatian tvrd and Czech/Slovak tvrdý, all of which mean "hard, tough, firm"... [more]
The first element of this name is derived from Polish twardy "hard, tough, firm", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic tvьrdъ "hard". Compare Croatian tvrd and Czech/Slovak tvrdý, all of which mean "hard, tough, firm"... [more]
TWEED m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname TWEED.
TWILIGHT f & m American (Modern, Rare)
From the English word referring to the time of day when the sun is just below the horizon. Ultimately from Old English twi- "half" + līht "light".... [more]
Means "to create peace", derived from Polish tworzyć "to create, to make" (which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic tvoriti "to make, to create") combined with Slavic mir "peace".
Derived from Polish tworzyć "to create, to make" (which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic tvoriti "to make, to create") combined with Slavic slav "glory".
TWYFORD m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname TWYFORD.
TXABER m Basque
Variant of XABIER.
TXABI m Basque
Diminutive of TXABIER and variant of XABI.
TXABIER m Basque
Variant of XABIER.
TXARAN m Medieval Basque
Derived from Basque txaran "blackthorn".
TXIMISTARRI m Basque Mythology
One of the personifications of lightning in Basque folklore.
TYBA m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of TYBALD.
TYBALD m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of TEOBALD.
Polish form of TIBERIUS.
TYBURCJUSZ m Polish (Rare)
Polish form of Tiburtius (see TIBURCIO).
TYBURCY m Polish (Archaic)
Polish form of Tiburtius (see TIBURCIO).
TYCHAGENES m Ancient Greek
Probably derived from Greek τύχη (tyche) meaning "fortune, chance, fate" combined with γενης (genes) meaning "born".
TYCHAMENES m Ancient Greek
Meaning uncertain; the first element is almost certainly derived from Greek τύχη (tyche) meaning "fortune, chance, fate".
TYCHANDER m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of TYCHANDROS. This name was borne by an eponymous archon of Athens, who lived in the 2nd century BC.
TYCHANDROS m Ancient Greek
Derived from the Greek noun τύχη (tyche) meaning "fortune, chance" (see TYCHE) combined with Greek ἀνδρός (andros) meaning "of a man".... [more]
TYCHANOR m Ancient Greek
Derived from the Greek noun τύχη (tyche) meaning "fortune, chance" (see TYCHE) combined with the Greek noun ἀνήρ (aner) meaning "man".... [more]
TYCHARETOS m Ancient Greek
Masculine form of TYCHARETE.
TYCHICUS m Biblical, Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of the Greek name Τυχικός (Tychikos), derived from tyché "fortune, fate, chance" (compare EUTYCHUS, SYNTYCHE, TYCHO)... [more]
TYCHIPPOS m Ancient Greek
Probably derived from Greek τύχη (tyche) meaning "fortune, chance, fate" and ‘ιππος (hippos) meaning "horse".
TYCJAN m Polish
Polish form of TITIAN.
TYDEAS m Greek
Modern Greek form of TYDEUS.
TYDÉE m French
French form of TYDEUS.
TYDERREON m English (Modern, Rare)
A combination of TY and DEREON.
TYDEUS m Greek Mythology
Possibly derived from Aeolic Greek τῦδε (tude) or (tyde), which is derived from Aeolic Greek τύδαι (tudai) or (tydai) meaning "here, there". Also compare Aeolic Greek τυῖδε (tuide) or (tyide) meaning "hither"... [more]
TYELER m & f English (Modern, Rare)
Variant of TYLER. Tyeler was given to 5 girls and 10 boys in 2005 according to the SSA.
TYELKORMO m Literature
Means "hasty riser" in Quenya. In Tolkien's Legendarium this is the mother-name of CELEGORM, the third son of FËANOR and NERDANEL.
TYGER m Popular Culture (Modern, Rare), English
Variation of TIGER, the spelling possibly inspired by that of the William Blake poem 'The Tyger' (1794).
Means "after" in Chukchi. This name was given to children as a reference the spirits or souls of deceased ancestors or family members.
TYGYN m Yakut
From the name of Тыгын Дархан (Tygyn Darkhan) a legendary Yakut leader from the 17th century.
TYJAE m & f African American (Rare)
Combination of TY and JAE (2).
TYJAH m & f African, African American (Modern)
Apparently means "smart" in one of the languages on the African continent. However, the name can also be derived from the name abbreviation (or initials) T.J., which is typically pronounced as "tee-jay" and its pronunciation henceforth developed into a first name of its own right (Teejay).
TYJUAN m African American (Rare)
Elaboration of JUAN (1) using the popular prefix Ty-.
TYJUŚ m Silesian
Diminutive of TEODOR.
TYKE m Norwegian, Swedish
From the Old Norse name Týki, a diminutive of ÞÓRKETILL (making it a variant of Tóki; see TOKI)... [more]
TYKHON m Greek, Ukrainian
Variant transcription of TYCHON.
TYLEE f & m Popular Culture, English (Modern)
This is the name of a character in the cartoon show 'Avatar: The Last Airbender' whose name is meant to be derived from Chinese 泰 (tài) meaning "big, large" combined with 麗 (lì) meaning "beautiful, lovely".
TYLIAN m English (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names TYLER and JULIAN.
TÝLIR m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant of TÓLIR.
TYLO m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of TYBALD.
TYLOS m Ancient Greek
Tylos was the name used by the Greeks to refer to Bahrain, as the centre of pearl trading, when Nearchus came to discover it serving under Alexander the Great. From the 6th to 3rd century BC Bahrain was included in the Persian Empire by the Achaemenids, an Iranian dynasty.
TYLTYL m Theatre
Meaning unknown. This is the name of a character from the 1908 play 'The Blue Bird' (French: 'L'Oiseau bleu') by Belgian playwright and poet Maurice Maeterlinck.
TYM m English (Rare, Modern)
English variant of TIM.
TYMARION m African American (Rare)
Combination of the popular prefix Ty- and MARION (2).
TYMEK m Polish
Diminutive of TYMOTEUSZ.
TYMEO m French
Variant of TIMEO.
TYMM m English
Variant of TIM.
TYMOTHEE m English
Variant of TIMOTHY.
TYMOTHY m English
Variant of TIMOTHY.
TYMUR m Belarusian
Belarusian form of TIMUR.
TYMYR m Yakut
Variant of TIMIR.
Means "dawn" in Chukchi.
TYNAN m English (Australian, Rare), Irish
Variation of the transferred use of the surname TUÍNEÁN.
TYNDAREUS m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Τυνδάρεως (Tyndareos), of which the meaning is uncertain. However, it is possible that the first element of the name may have been derived from Doric Greek τύνη (tune) or (tyne), which is a second-person singular pronoun... [more]
TYNDARION m Ancient Greek
Most likely a diminutive form of Tyndareos (see TYNDAREUS), since this name contains the Greek diminutive suffix -ιων (-ion). Tyndarion was the name of a tyrant of Tauromenion (which is nowadays Taormina in Sicily), who lived in the 3rd century BC.
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