Female, Mythology, Roman mythology, Sabine/Oscan, T names, Virtues/Attributes

Tatia

Tatia is an Ancient Roman female name, the feminine form of Tatius, a Roman family name of unknown meaning though it could be of Sabine origin. I’ve seen a few possible meanings attached to it such as Latin tata meaning “daddy”, a term used by children; or that it could be from Ancient Greek táttō, the Attic form of tássō meaning “to arrange, put in order” though it doesn’t seem likely since Tatius seems to be pre-Roman and pre-Greek in origin. According to Roman myth, Titus Tatius was a Sabine king who co-ruled with the Roman king Romulus for several years until his death. He had a daughter, Tatia, who married Romulus’s successor.

Origin: Sabine

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Variants:

  • Tatya (English, Russian)
  • Tatiana (Ancient Roman, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, polish, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, German, Dutch, Greek, Georgian, Russian, Bulgarian, English
  • Tatyana (Russian, Bulgarian)
  • Tatyanna (English)
  • Tatianna (English)
  • Tatjana (Finnish, Serbian, Croatian, Slovene, Macedonian, German, Latvian, Lithuanian)
  • Latanya (African-American)
  • LaTanya (African-American)
  • Tatienne (French)
  • Taťána (Czech)

 

Male forms:

  • Tatius (Ancient Roman)
  • Tatianus (Ancient Roman)

 

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