Female, Male, Mythology, Norse mythology, Proto-Indo-European, T names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Teryl

Teryl seems to be a variant spelling of Terrell, an English surname which seems to be derived from Old French tirel via a Norman French nickname, tirel, meaning “to pull”, perhaps in reference to pulling on the reins of an animal, though to seems to have originally been used as a nickname for a stubborn person. Terrell may also be derived from an Old Norse given name, Thorold, meaning “Thor’s power” or “Thor’s might”.

Origin: Proto-Indo-European

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Male forms:

  • Terrell (English)
  • Terrel (English)
  • Terell (English)
  • Tyrell (English)

 

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