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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

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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)  

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Tora

Tora is the modern form of Þóra, a feminine form of Thor meaning "thunder" derived from Old Norse Þór (thunder). Tora 虎 is also a Japanese word and unisex name meaning "tiger" though there are other meanings depending on the kanji used: to 登 "ascend; climb up" + ra 良 "good; pleasing; skilled" (登良); to 斗 "Big Dipper" + ra 羅 "gauze; thin silk; Rome" (斗羅) There are likely other… Continue reading Tora

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Tai

Tai is a Chinese unisex name (as well as a surname also spelled Dai) with a variety of meanings depending on the characters used: tài 太 "very, extreme; excessive; big; highest; elder"; tài 泰 "extreme; greatest; safe, peaceful; big, large; good, excellent;", also used as shortened form of Thailand; Tai can also be used as part of a compound name,… Continue reading Tai

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Timo

Timo is an Ancient Greek female name, the feminine form of Timon which comes from Ancient Greek timao τιμαω meaning "to honor, to esteem". Timo is also the Finnish, German, and Dutch shortened form of Timothy, the English form of Timotheos, a Greek name meaning “honoring God” or “to honor God”. Timo is also a variant of Thiemo, a variant of Thietmar or Dietmar, a German… Continue reading Timo

Animals, Birds, Chicken, Female, Food, Japanese, Light, Male, Mythology, Nature, Nickname names, Peach, Pear, Place names, Plum, Proto-Indo-European, Roman mythology, Seasons, T names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Tori

Tori is often used as a nickname for Victoria, the feminine form of Victor meaning “victor, victory” via Latin victor (victor, conqueror) which derives from a PIE root word. In Roman mythology, Victoria is the name of the Roman goddess of victory (the Roman counterpart of Nike). Tori 鳥 is also a Japanese word meaning "bird; chicken", as well as also being the… Continue reading Tori

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Tyree

Tyree comes from a Scottish surname, a shortened form of McIntyre, an anglicized form of  Scottish Gaelic Mac an tSaoir meaning "son of the carpenter". It's also possible that Tyree came out as a modern English name, a twist on Tyrese or Tyrone, the name of a Gaelic kingdom in Ireland (Tyrone being the anglicized form of Irish Tír Eoghain meaning "land… Continue reading Tyree