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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Taahira Muslim Variant of Tahirah: Pure. Chaste.. F
2 Taaj Muslim Variant of Taj: Crown.. F

3 Taanach Biblical Who humbles thee, who answers thee. F
4 Taanach-shilo Biblical Breaking down a fig-tree. F
5 Tabbath Biblical Good, goodness. F
6 Tabby Aramaic Diminutive of Tabitha: Gazelle. F
7 Taberah Biblical Burning. F
8 Tabia Egyptian Talented. F
9 Tabitha Aramaic Gazelle. The gazelle was anciently regarded as a symbolr of graceful beauty. F
10 Tabitha Biblical Clear-sighted, a roe-deer F
11 Tabitha Greek GazeIle. Beauty, grace. From the Aramaic word for Gazelle. F
12 Tabitha Hebrew Beauty, grace. From the Aramaic word for Gazelle. Biblical - Tabitha of the New Testament (Acts 9:36) was noted for good works. F
13 Tablita NativeAmerican Tiara (Hopi). F

14 Tabor Biblical Choice, purity, bruising. F
15 Tabora Spanish Plays a small drum. F
16 Tacey Latin Silent; hushed. F
17 Tacita Latin Silent. F
18 Tacy English Silence. Also an abbreviation of Anastacia. F
19 Tacy Latin Silence. Also an abbreviation of Anastacia. F
20 Tadmor Biblical The palm-tree, bitterness. F
21 Tahapenes Biblical Secret temptation. F
22 Tahath Biblical Fear, going down. F
23 Tahirah Arabic Virginal. F
24 Tahirah Egyptian Pristine. F
25 Tahirah Muslim Pure. Chaste.. F
26 Tahiyya Muslim Greeting. Cheer.. F
27 Tahki NativeAmerican Cold (Algonquin). F
28 Tahlia Hebrew Lamb; lambkin. Also an abbreviation of Natalia. F
29 Tahna Russian Abbreviation of Tatiana which is feminine of the Roman family clan name Tatius. F
30 Tahnee Russian Abbreviation of Tatiana which is feminine of the Roman family clan name Tatius. F
31 Tahpenes Biblical Standard, flight, temptation. F
32 Tahseen Muslim Variant of Tahsin: Praise. Beautification.. F
33 Tahsin Muslim Praise. Beautification.. F
34 Tahupotiki Maori Beloved child F
35 Tahzeeb Muslim Variant of Tahzib: Culture. Education.. F
36 Tahzib Muslim Culture. Education.. F
37 Tai'at Muslim Seen. Risen.. F
38 Taima NativeAmerican Thunder. F
39 Taina Scandinavian Abbreviation of Tatiana which is feminine of the Roman family clan name Tatius. F
40 Tait Anglo-Saxon Pleasant and bright. F
41 Tait English Brings joy. F
42 Taite Anglo-Saxon Pleasant and bright. F
43 Taithleach Gaelic Quiet. F
44 Taj Muslim Crown.. F
45 Taji Japanese Surname meaning silver and yellow color. F
46 Takala NativeAmerican Corn tassel (Hopi). F
47 Takiyah Muslim Pious. Righteous.. F
48 Takouhi Armenian Queen. F
49 Takseen Muslim Variant of Taskin: Satisfaction. Peace.. F
50 Tal Hebrew Dew of heaven. F
51 Tala NativeAmerican Wolf. F
52 Talaith Welsh Diadem. F
53 Talar Welsh From the headland in the field. F
54 Tale Egyptian Green. F
55 Taletha Aramaic Damsel. F
56 Talia Greek Joyous muse of comedy. F
57 Talia Hebrew Dew of heaven. F
58 Taliah Hebrew Lamb; lambkin. Also an abbreviation of Natalia. F
59 Talibah Egyptian Seeks knowledge. F
60 Talibah Muslim Seeker after knowledge.. F
61 Talihah Arabic Scholar. F
62 Talitha Aramaic Little girl; damsel. F
63 Talitha Hebrew Child. F
64 Talitha-cumi Biblical Young woman; arise F
65 Tallis French Woodland. F
66 Tallulah NativeAmerican Running water. Famous Bearer: Tallulah Bankhead (1903 - 1968). F
67 Talmai Biblical My furrow, that suspends the waters, heap of waters. F
68 Talora Hebrew Morning's dew. F
69 Talori Hebrew Morning's dew. F
70 Talulah NativeAmerican Leaping water (Choctaw). F
71 Talya Hebrew Dew of heaven. F
72 Tama NativeAmerican Thunder. F
73 Tamae Japanese Ball; bell. F
74 Tamah Biblical Blotting or wiping out, smiting. F
75 Tamar Biblical Palm, palm-tree. F
76 Tamar Hebrew Palm tree. In the Old Testament, Tamar was raped by her half-brother, Amnon. F
77 Tamara Hebrew Palm tree. Used as a symbolic oriental name due to the beauty and fruitfulness of the tree. F
78 Tamarah Hebrew Palm tree. F
79 Tami English Abbreviation of Thomasina and Tamara. F
80 Tami Japanese Let people see benefit. F
81 Tamika Japanese People. F
82 Tamma Hebrew Without flaw. F
83 Tammie English Abbreviation of Thomasina and Tamara. F
84 Tammuz Biblical Abstruse, concealed, consumed. F
85 Tammy English A diminutive of any feminine name beginning with 'Tam-'. F
86 Tamora Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus' Queen of the Goths. F
87 Tamra Hebrew Palm tree. Variant of Tamar. Biblical Tamara was daughter of King David and sister to Absalom. F
88 Tamra Russian Palm tree. Variant of Tamar. Biblical Tamara was daughter of King David and sister to Absalom. F
89 Tamryn Hebrew Palm tree. Variant of Tamar. Biblical Tamara was daughter of King David and sister to Absalom. F
90 Tamryn Russian Palm tree. Variant of Tamar. Biblical Tamara was daughter of King David and sister to Absalom. F
91 Tamsin English Variant of Thomasina 'Twin'. F
92 Tanach Biblical Who humbles thee, who answers thee. F
93 Tanaquil Latin Worshipped in the home. F
94 Tanesha African Born on Monday. F
95 Tangerina English From Tangiers. F
96 Tangerine English From Tangiers. F
97 Tangwen Welsh Legendary daughter of Gweir. F
98 Tania English Abbreviation of Tatiana which is feminine of the Roman family clan name Tatius. F
99 Tania Russian Diminutive of Tatiana: Name in honour of an early Christian martyr. F
100 Tanis Slavic Spanish abbreviation of Estanislao 'make famous' from the name borne by several Slavic kings and three saints. F
101 Tanis Spanish Spanish abbreviation of Estanislao 'make famous' from the name borne by several Slavic kings and three saints. F
102 Tanishia African Born on Monday. F
103 Tanith English Derived from the name of the main goddess of Carthage and adopted for use as a first name in Great Britain. F
104 Tansy Greek Immortality. Also the name of a flower. F
105 Tansy Latin Tenacious. F
106 Tansy NativeAmerican Name of a flower (Hopi). F
107 Tanya Russian Diminutive of Tatiana: Name in honour of an early Christian martyr. F
108 Tapati Indian Daughter of the sun god. F
109 Taphath Biblical Distillation, drop. F
110 Tappuah Biblical Apple, swelling. F
111 Tara Gaelic From the crag of a tower. F
112 Tara Indian Goddess of the sea. F
113 Tara Irish Where the kings met. Also Tara's Halls, where ancient Bards sang deeds of Irish heroes. The ruins of the Halls are on the hill of Tara, meaning crag or tower. F
114 Tara Sanskrit Shining. In Hindu mythology Tara is one of the names of the wife of Shiva. F
115 Tara Scottish A hill where the kings met. F
116 Tarah Biblical A hair, a wretch, one banished. F
117 Taraka Indian Demon. F
118 Taralah Biblical Searching out slander, or strength. F
119 Taralynn English Variant of Irish or Sanskrit 'Tara. '. F
120 Taraneh Persian Song. F
121 Taree Japanese Bending branch. F
122 Taren Greek Innocent. F
123 Tarian Welsh Shield. F
124 Tarin English Blend of Tara 'high hill' and Erin 'from Ireland. '. F
125 Tarpeia Latin Killed for an act of treason against her father. F
126 Tarrah English Variant of Irish or Sanskrit Tara. F
127 Tarren Welsh From the knoll. F
128 Tarsus Biblical Winged, feathered. F
129 Tartak Biblical Chained, bound, shut up. F
130 Taruh Arabic Happy. F
131 Taryn Greek Innocent. F
132 Tarynn English Blend of Tara 'high hill' and Erin 'from Ireland. '. F
133 Tasha Russian Abbreviation of Natasha - the Russian form of the English Natalie 'Born at Christmas. F
134 Tashi Russian Abbreviation of Natasha - the Russian form of the English Natalie 'Born at Christmas. F
135 Tashia English Abbreviation of Natasha - the Russian form of the English Natalie: born at Christmas. F
136 Taskin Muslim Satisfaction. Peace.. F
137 Tasleem Muslim Variant of Taslim: Total submission. Salutation.. F
138 Taslim Muslim Total submission. Salutation.. F
139 Tasneem Muslim Variant of Tasnim: Fountain of paradise.. F
140 Tasnim Muslim Fountain of paradise.. F
141 Tassa English Abbreviation of Natasha - the Russian form of the English Natalie: born at Christmas. F
142 Tassie Russian Abbreviation of Natasha - the Russian form of the English Natalie 'Born at Christmas. F
143 Tassos Greek Reaper. F
144 Tasya Russian Abbreviation of Anastasia 'one who will be reborn. F
145 Tate Anglo-Saxon Pleasant and bright. F
146 Tate English Brings joy. F
147 Tate Irish Measure of land. F
148 Tate Scandinavian Cheerful. F
149 Tatiana Russian Feminine of Roman family clan name Tatius. A saint's name. F
150 Tatianna Russian Feminine of Roman family clan name Tatius. A saint's name. F
151 Tatum English Brings joy. F
152 Taura English An astrological name; feminine of Taurus, the bull. F
153 Taura Japanese Many lakes;many rivers. F
154 Tauret Egyptian Mythical goddess of pregnant women. F
155 Taurina English An astrological name; feminine of Taurus, the bull. F
156 Tava Latin Abbreviation of Octavia: born eighth. F
157 Tavia Latin Abbreviation of Octavia: born eighth. F
158 Tavia Scottish Twin. F
159 Tawnee Irish A green field; the warm sandy color of a lion's coat. F
160 Tawney Irish A green field; the warm sandy color of a lion's coat. F
161 Tawni Irish A green field; the warm sandy color of a lion's coat. F
162 Tawnia Irish A green field; the warm sandy color of a lion's coat. F
163 Tawnie Irish A green field; the warm sandy color of a lion's coat. F
164 Tawny Irish A green field; the warm sandy color of a lion's coat. F
165 Tawnya Irish A green field; the warm sandy color of a lion's coat. F
166 Taya Japanese Valley field. F
167 Tayanita NativeAmerican Young beaver (Cherokee). F
168 Taylor English Tailor. F
169 Tayte Anglo-Saxon Pleasant and bright. F
170 Tayte English Brings joy. F
171 Tayyaba Muslim Pleasant. Well. F
172 Tazia Italian Abbreviation of Anastasia: one who will be reborn. F
173 Teagan English Good-looking. F
174 Teagan Irish Good-looking. F
175 Teah Greek Goddess; godly. Also abbreviation of names like Althea and Dorothea. The mythological Thea was Greek goddess of light and mother of the sun; moon and dawn. F
176 Teal English The bird teal; also the blue-green color. F
177 Teamhair Irish Where the kings met. F
178 Tearsheet Shakespearean 'King Henry IV, Part 2' Doll Tearsheet, a woman at the Boar's Head in East.cheap. F
179 Tebeth Biblical Good, goodness (the tenth month of the Hebrews). F
180 Teca Hungarian Hungarian form of Teresa: reaper. F
181 Tecla Greek Renowned fame. F
182 Teddi English Abbreviation of Theodora. God given. F
183 Tedra Greek Supreme gift. F
184 Tedre Greek Supreme gift. F
185 Teela English The bird teal; also the blue-green color. F
186 Tefia Latin Earth. F
187 Tefnut Egyptian Atmospheric moisture. F
188 Tegan English Good-looking. F
189 Tegan Irish Good-looking. F
190 Tegan Welsh Beautiful. F
191 Tegwan Welsh Beautiful and fair. F
192 Tehya NativeAmerican Predous. F
193 Teige English Good-looking. F
194 Teige Irish Good-looking. F
195 Tekel Biblical Weight. F
196 Tekla Greek Renowned fame. F
197 Tekla Swedish Divine fame. F
198 Tekli Polish Polish form of Tekla: divine fame. F
199 Tel-melah Biblical Heap of salt. F
200 Telabib Biblical A heap of new grain. F