Tesni

Tesni is a Welsh female name meaning either "warmth of the sun" or "warmth from the sun" or just "warmth". Origin: Welsh    

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Tracy

Tracy is an English unisex given name derived from a surname originally from a place name in Normandy, France. It derives from Gallo-Roman given name Thracius with a locational suffix meaning "Thracian's settlement" or "domain of Thracius", Thracius being a Roman name referring to someone who came from Thrace or was a Thracian. The name comes from Latin thrax which may … Continue reading Tracy

Tegan

Tegan is a Welsh female name derived from teg meaning "fair, beautiful" with the diminutive suffix -an. Tegan is also a word in modern Welsh meaning "toy". I believe Tegan is pronounced teg-an in Welsh though it's often pronouncced tee-gan in English. Origin: Welsh Variants: Teegan (English) Teagan (English, Welsh)- it's also an Irish male name meaning "little Teague"  

Tangela

Tangela could be a variant form of Angela, the feminine form of Angelus meaning "messenger, angel" which derives from Ancient Greek angelos though it seems to have an older source, perhaps related to angaros (mounted courier) which might come from an Asian language, though it might also be related to Sanskrit ajira (swift). Tangela is also the name of a pokemon in the Pokemon game … Continue reading Tangela

Theano

Theano is an Ancient Greek female name meaning "God, divine" from theios. It's the name of several figures in Greek mythology as well as featuring in Homer's Iliad as a priestess of Athena. Theano is also the name of a female philosopher who may have been the wife of Pythagoras.  Origin: Ancient Greek Variants: Theona (Ancient Greek) Thea (English, German, Swedish, Danish, … Continue reading Theano

Tomoyo

Tomoyo is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "wisdom; knowledge; intellect; reason + generation; world; society" (智世); "ethics; companion + generation; world; society" (倫世); "to know; wisdom + generation; world; society" (知世); "wisdom; knowledge; intellect; reason + substitute; change; convert; world; society" (智代); "friend + generation; world; … Continue reading Tomoyo

Talia

Talia has several meanings depending on the origin: it's a variant transcription of Talya, a Hebrew female name meaning "dew from God"; Talia is also an Aboriginal word meaning "near water" and is the name of a town in Australia; it's also an Aramaic unisex name, a variant of Talya meaning "young lamb", derived from taleh; it's also … Continue reading Talia

Tiffany

Tffany is the medieval English form of Theophania, the feminine form of Theophanes, an Ancient Greek name meaning "manifestation of God" from Greek elements theos (god) and phanes (appearing) and was given to girls born on the Epiphany. It's also a surname originating from the given name. Origin: Ancient Greek Variants: Tiffanie (English) Tiffani (English) Tiffiny (English) Theophania (Ancient Greek) Theofania … Continue reading Tiffany

Theodora

Theodora is the feminine form of Theodore, the English form of Greek Theodoros meaning "gift of God" or "God's gift". Nicknames: Theo, Thea, Dora, Teddy/Teddie Origin: Ancient Greek Variants: Teodora (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Swedish, Romanian, Polish, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Serbian) Todorka (Bulgarian, Macedonian) Teodóra (Hungarian) Theódóra (Icelandic) Feodora (Russian) Fedora (Russian)   Male forms: Theodore (English) Theodoros (Greek, Ancient … Continue reading Theodora

Tova

Tova is a Hebrew female name meaning "good", though it's also a Swedish variant of Tove, a modern form of Old Norse Tófa which is a short form of Old Norse Þórfríðr (or Thorfrither) meaning "Thor is beautiful" or "beautiful Thor" from Þórr/Thor (Thor) and fríðr (beautiful, beloved), Thor being the Norse god of thunder, strength, war and storms; his name fittingly means "thunder". Origin: … Continue reading Tova