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Tabitha
Language of origin: Aramaic
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: gazelle
Info about origin: in the Bible Tabitha is a Christian woman brought back from the dead by Saint Peter
 name variants with the 'h' written immediately after the 'T' (like Thabita and Thabea) are strictly speaking misspellings
Words: tabitha=the gazelle (Aramaic)
Variants: Tabitha  German, English   (#210 in US popularity)
 Tabea  German
 Tabatha  English   (#673 in US popularity)
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Talia
Language of origin: Hebrew
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: dew
Variants: Talia  Hebrew   (#480 in US popularity)
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Tamara
Language of origin: Hebrew
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: date palm
Info about origin: in the Bible Tamara is one of the daughters of David
Words: tamar=the date palm (Hebrew)
Variants: Tamara  German, English, Russian   (#236 in US popularity)
 Tamia  English
 Tamira  English
 Tammy  English   (#624 in US popularity)
 7 variants more...

Tanisha
Language of origin: Hausa
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: born on a Monday
Info about origin: name out of a tradition of the Hausa in Nigeria to name babies according to circumstances of the birth
Words: litinin=the Monday (Hausa)
Variants: Tanisha  English   (#451 in US popularity)
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Tara
Language of origin: Old Irish
Gender: female
Info about origin: became popular as the name of the plantation that is at the center of the movie 'Gone with the Wind' (1936)
 used as given name since around 1940 in the US, since around 1960 in the UK
 also the Anglicized form of an Irish place name 'Teamhair' which possibly means 'hill'
Words: tara=the hill (Old Irish)
Variants: Tara  English   (#141 in US popularity)

Taryn
Language of origin: English
Gender: female
Info about origin: maybe invented by Tyrone Power and Linda Christian for their daughter, born 1953
 can also be seen as an American elaboration of 'Tara'
Variants: Taryn  English   (#398 in US popularity)

Tatjana
Language of origin: Latin
Gender: female
Info about origin: from the female form of the Roman given name 'Tatianus', derived from the family name 'Tatius'
 'Tatius' was the name of a king of the Sabinians who governed Rome together with Romulus
 origin and meaning of 'Tatius' are unknown
Variants: Tatjana  German, Russian, Slavic
 Tanja  German, Russian
 Tania  English   (#403 in US popularity)
 Tanya  Russian, English   (#325 in US popularity)
 Tatiana  English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese   (#240 in US popularity)
 Tatyana  English   (#538 in US popularity)
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Tatum
Language of origin: Old English
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: Tate's homestead
Info about origin: from a family name which derives from a place name with the meaning 'Tate's homestead'
Words: tun=the town, the settlement, the homestead (Old English)
Variants: Tatum  English   (#873 in US popularity)

Taya
Language of origin: Unknown
Gender: female
Info about origin: maybe derived from 'Taylor'
 in Japanese there 'Taya' is a place name and a family name, with a meaning of 'valley field'
 it's unclear whether the English given name and the Japanese name are somehow related
Variants: Taya  English

Taylor
Language of origin: Old French
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: tailor
Info about origin: from a Norman-French family name which derives from a job title 'tailor'
 both a male and a female given name
Words: tailleor=the tailor (Old French)
Variants: Taylor  English   (#9 in US popularity)
 Tayler  English   (#408 in US popularity)

Terra
Language of origin: Latin
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: earth, land
Info about origin: in Roman mythology Terra is the goddess of the earth
 this is also a name for the earth, the third planet of the sun
 'Terra' is in use as 'normal' given name in the USA only since around 1970
 the Spanish form 'Tierra' is also in use as a normal given name in the USA, since around 1980
Words: terra=the earth, das Land (Latin)
Variants: Terra  English, Italian, Portuguese   (#845 in US popularity)
 Tiera  English   (#854 in US popularity)
 Tierra  Spanish   (#351 in US popularity)
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Thalia
Language of origin: Old Greek
Gender: female
Info about origin: in Greek mythology Thalia is the muse of comedy
Words: thallein=to blossom (Old Greek)
Variants: Thalia  English   (#534 in US popularity)
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Theresa
Language of origin: Old Greek
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: the hunteress (?)
Info about origin: origin not known for sure, maybe from Greek 'ther' (game, animal to be hunted) and thus with a meaning 'hunteress'
 'Therasia' is the name of a small island beside Thera (today Santorin)
 thus the name sometimes is said to mean 'woman from Therasia'
Words: ther=the animal, the game (Old Greek)
Variants: Theresa  German, English   (#256 in US popularity)
 Theres  German
 Therese  German
 Theresia  German
 Teresa  Italian, Spanish   (#228 in US popularity)
 Terri  English   (#825 in US popularity)
 Terry  English
 Tess  English   (#621 in US popularity)
 Tessa  English   (#239 in US popularity)
 Tessie  English
 Thérèse  French
 Tracy  English   (#391 in US popularity)
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Thyra
Language of origin: Old Norse
Gender: female
Info about origin: possibly a female form of the Old Norse name 'Tyr', the name of the god of war
 or a shortened from of a name which had the meaning 'Thor's fight'
Words: thorr=the thunder, the thunder god (Old Norse) ; vig=the fight, the battle (Old Norse)
Variants: Thyra  German, Scandinavian
 Tyra  English, Scandinavian   (#561 in US popularity)
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Tia
Language of origin: English
Gender: female
Info about origin: short form of names ending in '-tia', like e.g. Laetitia
Variants: Tia  English   (#290 in US popularity)

Tiara
Language of origin: English
Gender: female
Info about origin: use of the common word 'tiara' for a semi-circle crown as given name
 the word has Latin and Greek roots
Words:  (English) ; tiara=the tiara (Latin) ; tiara=the tiara (Old Greek)
Variants: Tiara  English   (#240 in US popularity)

Tiffany
Language of origin: Old Greek
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: manifestation of God
Info about origin: related to Epiphany (January 6), the holiday commemorating the manifestation of God
 made popular by the film 'Breakfast at Tiffany's'
Words: theos=God (Old Greek) ; phainein=to show, to appear (Old Greek)
Variants: Tiffany  German, English   (#34 in US popularity)
 Tiffani  English   (#477 in US popularity)
 Tiffanie  English   (#845 in US popularity)
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Tina
Language of origin: German
Gender: female
Info about origin: short form of names ending in '-tina' or '-tine', like Christina, Bettina and Albertina
Variants: Tina  German, Italian, English, Scandinavian   (#332 in US popularity)
 Tine  German
 Tineke  Dutch
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Tracy
Language of origin: Old French
Gender: female
Info about origin: from a family name deriving from a Norman-French place name
 the place name probably had the meaning 'domain of Thracius'
 the Latin name 'Thracius' derives from 'Thracia', the name of a Roman province in Southeast Europe
Variants: Tracy  English
 Tracey  English   (#792 in US popularity)
 Traci  English   (#753 in US popularity)
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Trinity
Language of origin: English
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: trinity
Info about origin: from the Christian concept of trinity, the belief that God has 3 states of being: Father, Son and Holy Spirit
 the word itself has Latin roots
 became suddendly popular as a given name in the US towards the end of the 20th century
Words: trinitas=the trinity (Latin)
Variants: Trinity  English   (#770 in US popularity)
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Trista
Language of origin: Celtic
Gender: female
Info about origin:See male form Tristan
Variants: Trista  English   (#830 in US popularity)

Tyesha
Language of origin: Unknown
Gender: female
Variants: Tyesha  English   (#862 in US popularity)

Tyler
Language of origin: Old English
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: tiler
Info about origin: from a family name which derives from the job title of somebody who tiles roofs
 very popular in the last few years in the USA
Words: tigeler=the tiler (Old English) ; tigele=the tile (Old English)
Variants: Tyler  English   (#340 in US popularity)