Origin: Macedonian Meaning: from Macedonian trendafil meaning “eglantine, sweet briar”. Trena is a diminutive form of the name.


Origin: English, Irish Meaning: an English surname derived from a Norman-French place meaning “domain belonging to Thracius”, the latter meaning “of Thracia”. It also has a separate origin as an Irish surname, from Gaelic O’Treasaigh meaning “descendant of the war-like one”. Tracy has also been used as a short form of Theresa, either meaning “summer”…


Origin: Ancient Egyptian Meaning: the name of a 7th century Egyptian pharaoh of the Nubian dynasty, of unknown meaning. He’s mentioned in the Bible, known as Tirhakah, who went to war against the Assyrian emperor Sennacherib at the king of Judah Hezekiah’s request, stalling the army and eventually forcing Sennacherib to abandon the siege. Variants:…


Origin: Greek Meaning: from Greek tyrôs meaning “cheese” In Greek mythology, Tyro was a Thessalian princess who was in love with a river god, Enipeus, who refused her advances. Poseidon disguised himself as Enipeus and seduced Tyro, resulting in the birth of twin sons Pelias and Neleus, whom she left on a mountain to die of…


Origin: Aramaic Meaning: gazelle Tabby and Tibby are diminutive forms of the name. Variants: Tabatha, Tabita Dorcas is the Greek translation of Tabitha, also meaning “gazelle”


Origin: Greek Meaning: though there are different theories to the name’s meaning, it could be derived from Greek titainô meaning “to stretch out” and “to strain”. Titan is also a word referring to something gigantic in size or power, something that stands out for greatness of achievement and from which the word titanic originates from. In…


Origin: Welsh Meaning: from Welsh elements teg “fair,” or “beautiful” and gwen “blessed”.


Origin: Ancient Roman Meaning: a Roman praenomen possibly related to Latin titulus meaning “title of honor” or titio “fire-brand”, though it’s more likely of pre-Roman origin since it belonged to a Sabine king, Titus Tatius, who co-ruled with Romulus for some years. Variants: Tita and Titia are feminine forms of the name.


Origin: English Meaning: a contracted form of Thomasina, the feminine form of Thomas meaning “twin”. Variants: Tamsyn, Tamzen, Tamsen, Tamasin


Origin: English Meaning: from Middle English todde meaning “fox”


Origin: English Meaning: from Old English Tiwesdaeg meaning “Tiw’s day” or “Tyr’s day”, Tiw meaning an Anglo-Saxon form of Tyr, the Norse god of war.


Origin: English Meaning: from Old Norse meaning “Thor’s day”, referring to the Norse god Thor


Origin: Greek ( Θεκλα ) Meaning: from Greek Theokleia meaning “glory of god” composed of Greek elements theos “god” and kleos “glory” Variants: Thecla, Theokleia, Theoclea


Origin: English, French Meaning: an English surname, an occupational name for a collector of tolls. It’s also from Old French traverser (from late Latin transversare) meaning “to cross”, referring to someone who lived near a bridge or ford


Origin: Russian Meaning: diminutive of Tatiana, the feminine form of Roman Tatianus from Tatius of unknown meaning Variants: Tania


Origin: Latin Meaning: bull


Origin: English Meaning: from an English surname and occupation meaning “one who tans hide”


Origin: Greek, Aramaic Meaning: the Greek form of Aramaic Thaddai, which either comes from an Aramaic word meaing “heart”, or it is the Aramaic form of Greek Theodore, meaning “God’s gift” Variants: Thaddeus, Thad, Thaddaios