TSENGELЦэнгэл, ᠴᠠᠩᠭᠡᠯm & fMongolian Means "joy, happiness, celebration" in Mongolian.
TSERENЦэрэнm & fKalmyk, Mongolian Kalmyk and Mongolian form of TSHERING. It is solely used as a masculine name in Kalmykia while it is unisex in Mongolia.
TSERENDORJЦэрэндоржmMongolian Derived from Tibetan ཚེ་རིང (tshe ring) meaning "long life, longevity" combined with རྡོ་རྗེ (rdo je) meaning "diamond" or "Vajra" (a mace or symbol used in Buddhist ritual).
TSOGЦогm & fMongolian Means "embers, glowing coals", "twinkle", or "glory" in Mongolian.
TSOGBAYARЦогбаярm & fMongolian Derived from цог (tsog) meaning "embers, glowing coals", "twinkle", or "glory" and баяр (bayar) meaning "joy, happiness".
TSOGTGERELЦогтгэрэлm & fMongolian Means "light of a flame" in Mongolian, derived from цогт (tsogt) meaning "ardent, energetic, brilliant" combined with гэрэл (gerel) "light".
TSOLMONЦолмон, ᠴᠣ᠊᠊ᠯ᠊ᠮᠣ᠊᠊ᠨm & fMongolian Means "Venus" or "evening star, morning star" in Mongolian.
TUGImMongolian Diminutive shortened version of " Tuguslar ". Originally means to play in Mongolian, the shorter " Tugi " means to " be silly" or " dumb".
TUGUSLARmMongolian 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.
TÜMENТүмэнm & fMongolian, 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]
TUMENBAYARf & mMongolian The name of a figure of legend in K Arsenault Rivera's trilogy, *Their Bright Ascendency*.