Date palm/date tree, Female, Food, Fruit, Japanese, Physical Attributes, Proto-Semitic, Seasons, Sound, T names, Virtues/Attributes

Tamika

Tamika is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: ta 多 "many, much" + mi "reality; truth" + ka 果 "fruit" (多実果); ta 多 "many, much" + mi 美 "beauty; beautiful" + ka 佳 "beautiful, good; excellent" (多美佳); tami 民 "people; nation" + ka 夏 "summer" (民夏); tami 民 "people; nation" + ka 果 "fruit" (民果); tami 民 "people; nation" + ka 歌 "song, sing" (民歌) There… Continue reading Tamika

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… Continue reading Tatia

Female, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, T names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Tudor

Tudor is the name of an English royal house as well as the name of a historical era (1485-603), named from the House of Tudor. The name comes from Welsh Tudur which seems to be derived from Proto-Celtic Toutorix meaning "ruler of the people" or "ruler/king of the tribe", composed of Proto-Celtic elements *toutā (people, tribe) and *rīxs (king); making it… Continue reading Tudor

Female, Malagasy, Mythology, Nickname names, Proto-Indo-European, Roman mythology, Sabine/Oscan, T names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Tiana

Tiana is a female given name, a shortened form of Tatiana (the feminine form of Tatianus, an Ancient Roman name which is a derivative 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… Continue reading Tiana

Avestan, Female, Mythology, Persian mythology, T names, Virtues/Attributes

Tahmina

Tahmina is the name of a figure in Persian mythology, who features in Ferdowsi's Shahnameh in the story of Rostam and Sohrab. When Rostam is searching for his lost horse Rakhsh and enters the kingdom of Samangan, becoming the guest of the king whose daughter, Tahmina, falls in love with him at first sight. She visits him in the night wanting… Continue reading Tahmina

Female, Male, Proto-Celtic, Surname names, T names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Tierney

Tierney comes from an Irish surname, an anglicized from of Ó Tíghearnaigh meaning "descendant of Tighearnach", the latter derived from Gaelic tighearna meaning "lord" which derives from Proto-Celtic *tigernos (lord, ruler). Origin: Proto-Celtic Variants: Tighearnach (Irish) Tigernach (Irish) Tiarnach (Irish)  

Female, Kin/Family, Nickname names, Proto-Indo-European, T names, Virtues/Attributes

Tricia

Tricia is a short form of Patricia, the feminine form of Patrick, an Irish and English name which comes via Latin Patricius meaning “patrician” used to refer to the elite of the Roman aristocracy descended from the founding fathers of Rome. It derives from Latin patres “father” which is the plural form of pater meaning “father; head of the household” derived from a… Continue reading Tricia

Date palm/date tree, Female, Food, Japanese, Proto-Semitic, T names, Virtues/Attributes

Tamara

Tamara is the Slavic form of Tamar meaning "date palm; date fruit" which derives from a Proto-Semitic origin. Tamar is also the name of a river in England which forms a border between Devon and Cornwall though in this case the name seems to be derived from a Proto-Celtic source meaning "dark water". Tamar is also the name of… Continue reading Tamara

Etruscan, Etruscan mythology, Female, Mythology, T names, Virtues/Attributes

Tanaquil

Tanaquil is an Etruscan female name, a Latinized form of Thanchvil which apparently means "gift of Thana", Thana apparently being the name of an Etruscan goddess. However, it's possible that the name may be related to Thalna, a divine figure in Etruscan mythology, presented as either female or male, or androgynous. Thalna may mean "bloom, growth" but I can't attest… Continue reading Tanaquil