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Baby Girl Names beginning with T

Baby Girl Names T

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Baby Girl Names Beginning with T

 

Tabitha Aramaic A doe or gazelle. A biblical name. Also see Dorcas.
Taborri Native American voices that carry
Taci Zuni Indian washtub
Tacincala Native American deer
Tacita Latin Silent or peaceful.
Tadako Japanese child of Tada
Tadi Omaha Indian wind
Tahira Arabic Pure and virtuous.
Tahirah Arabic chaste, pure
Tahnee   Silver-haired. Also see Tanya.
Tahnia   Silver-haired. Also see Tanya.
Tailynn unknown  
Taima Native American crash of thunder
Tainn Native American new moon
Taipa Miwok Indian to spread wings
Tajsa princess  
Taka Japanese Tall, or honourable.
Takako Japanese child of Taka
Takara Japanese A treasure.
Takiyah North African pious, righteous
Tala Native American stalking wolf
Talasi Hopi Indian corn-tassel flower
Tale African green
Taleen Armenian Tal, Taline, Talyn
Talia Aboriginal/Greek/Hebrew/Russian Aboriginal: Near water. Greek: Flourishing. Hebrew: Dew. Russian: Born at Christmas. From the name Natalya.
Talitha Aramaic A little girl or maiden. A biblical name.
Tallara Aboriginal Rain.
Tallulah Native American Running water.
Talon    
Talulla Irish Gaelic A prosperous lady.
Talwyn Cornish A fair brow.
Talya Russian Born at Christmas. From the name Natalya.
Tam Scottish A twin or heart. A boy or girl's name.
Tama Japanese/Polynesian Japanese: A jewel. Polynesian: A boy or son. A boy or girl's name.
Tamah   A jewel. From the name Tama.
Tamali Hindu  
Tamara Hebrew A palm tree. A popular name in Germany and Russia.
Tamasine   Twin.
Tamatha   A palm tree. A popular name in Germany and Russia.
Tambrey unknown immortal
Tamera Hebrew A spice or palm tree.
Tamiko Japanese child of Tami
Tammi   A palm tree.
Tammie   A palm tree.
Tammy   A palm tree.
Tamora   From Shakespeare's play Titua Andronicus.
Tamsin Cornish A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Tamsyn Native American Tami
Tanaka Japanese dweller
Tanasha strong willed, persistant Tenyasha
Tani Japanese From the valley.
Tania   Silver-haired. A nickname for Tatyana. Also see Titania.
Tansy Greek Immortal. A flower name.
Tanu Hindu  
Tanuja Hindu  
Tanushi Hindu  
Tanvi Hindu  
Tanya Russian Silver-haired. A nickname for Tatyana. Also see Titania.
Tao Chinese Long life.
Tapanga African, Hebrew sweet, unpredictable
Tapi Hindu  
Tapti Hindu  
Tara Irish Gaelic/Sanskrit Irish Gaelic: A rocky hill, from the ancient home of Ireland's kings. Sanskrit: A star. The name of a Buddhist goddess. A boy or girl's name.
Tarana Aboriginal A large waterhole.
Taranga Polynesian A figure from legend.
Tarra Aboriginal A creek.
Tarsha Native American  
Taryn   The name of a county in Northern Ireland. Feminine form of Tyrone.
Tasha   Born at Christmas. From the name Natalya.
Tashi Tibetan/Sherpa Prosperity. A boy or girl's name.
Tasmine   Twin.
Tathra Aboriginal Beautiful country.
Tatum Old English From Tate's homestead. A boy or girl's name.
Tatya Aboriginal A goanna.
Tatyana Latin Silver-haired. A popular Russian name. Also see Tanya.
Tavia   The eighth.
Tawnie English little one, yellowish-brown
Tawny Old French With yellowish-brown hair.
Tayce French silence
Tayen Native American new moon
Taylar Old French to cut
Taylor Old French A tailor. A boy or girl's name.
Teagan    
Teal English A water bird. A boy or girl's name.
Tean Cornish One of the Isles of Scilly. A boy or girl's name.
Tegan Welsh Of doe-like beauty.
Tegen Cornish A pretty little thing.
Tegwen Welsh Beautiful and blessed.
Tehya Native American precious
Tejal Hindu  
Teji Hindu  
Tekla Greek divine fame
Telma   A wish, or will.
Tema Hebrew righteous, a palm tree
Temina Hebrew honest
Temira Hebrew  
Temperance Latin Moderate.
Tempest Old French Stormy.
Teneale   Princess - submitted by Michelle Leaney
Tenzin Tibetan/Sherpa Protector of Dharma. A boy or girl's name.
Tenzing Tibetan/Sherpa Protector of Dharma. A boy or girl's name.
Teofilia Greek Beloved by God.
Tereixa Galician  
Terena Latin earthly
Terencia Latin Smooth and polished. A feminine form of Terence.
Terentia Greek guardian
Teresa Greek The harvester or reaper.
Terhi Finish  
Teri Greek The harvester or reaper. From the name Teresa, but also used as independent names.
Terra Latin Earth
Terri Greek The harvester or reaper. From the name Teresa, but also used as independent names.
Terry Greek/Latin Greek: The harvester or reaper. Latin: Smooth and polished. A boy or girl's name.
Terrylyn    
Tertia Latin The third child.
Terza   Pleasant.
Tesia Polish loved by God
Tess Greek The harvester or reaper. From the name Teresa, but also used as independent names.
Tessa Greek The harvester or reaper. From the name Teresa, but also used as independent names.
Tessie Greek The harvester or reaper. From the name Teresa, but also used as independent names.
Texcean Tex  
Thaddea Greek Courageous.
Thais Greek the bond
Thaisa   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Thalassa Greek From the sea.
Thalia   Born at Christmas. From the name Natalya.
Thana Arabic Gratitude.
Thanh Vietnamese Brilliant.
Thara Arabic wealth
Thea Greek A goddess. Also a nickname from Alethea, Althea, Anthea, Dorothy and Theodora.
Theano Greek A divine name.
Thecla Greek The glory of God.
Theda Teutonic Of the people. Also see Theodora.
Thelma Greek A wish, or will.
Theodora Greek The gift of God. The feminine form of Theodore. Also see Dorothy.
Theodosia Greek God-given.
Theone Greek godly
Theophania Greek A manifestation of God. A suitable name for a girl born on 6 January, the Epiphany. Also see Tiffany.
Theora Greek A thinker or watcher.
Thera Greek Wild. From the name of an island.
Theresa   The harvester or reaper.
Therese   The harvester or reaper.
Theresia German The harvester or reaper.
Thetis Greek Positive determined.
Thirza Hebrew sweet-natured, cypress tree
Thisbe Greek where the doves live
Thistle Old English thistle
Thomasa Greek twin
Thomasina Greek A twin. The feminine form of Thomas. Also see Tamsin.
Thora Old Norse Thunder. A feminine form of Thor.
Thorberta Old Norse The brilliance of Thor.
Thorborg Scandinavian  
Thordis Old Norse The spirit of Thor.
Thurid Scandinavian  
Thyra Greek A shield bearer.
Thyrrni Scandinavian  
Tia Spanish, Greek aunt, princess
Tiara Greek, Latin turban, flower name
Tiberia Latin After the River Tiber.
Tiegan Aztec little princess in the big valley
Tienette Greek crowned with laurel
Tierney Irish Gaelic The descendant of a lord. A boy or girl's name.
Tierra Spanish earth, land
Tiffany Old English A manifestation of God. Form of Theophania.
Tigerlily Lily, Tiger  
Tilda   The mighty battle maiden.
Tillie   The mighty battle maiden.
Tilly   The mighty battle maiden.
Timandra   From Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens.
Timothea Greek Honouring God, or honoured by God. The female form of Timothy.
Tina   From the name Bettina, Christina, Valentina. Bettina - Consecrated to God. Christina - A follower of Christ, a Christian. Valentina - Strong and healthy.
Tineka Jawana African  
Tinka Aboriginal The day.
Tionne    
Tiponya Miwok Indian owl poking the hatching egg
Tirion Welsh Gentle.
Tirranna Aboriginal Running water.
Tirza Hebrew  
Tirzah Hebrew Pleasant.
Titania Greek The great one. The name of the fairy queen in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Titian Greek red-gold
Tivona Hebrew lover of nature
Tizane Hungarian A gypsy.
Toakase Tonga woman of the Sea
Tobie Hebrew God is good. A boy or girl's name.
Tobit Hebrew  
Toinette   Beyond price, praiseworthy. The feminine form of Antony.
Tokiko Japanese child of Toki
Tola Polish priceless
Tolena Toley  
Tomiko Japanese child of Tomi
Tona    
Toni   Beyond price, praiseworthy. The feminine form of Antony.
Tonia   Beyond price, praiseworthy. The feminine form of Antony.
Tonie   Beyond price, praiseworthy. The feminine form of Antony.
Tonya   Beyond price, praiseworthy. The feminine form of Antony.
Toora Aboriginal A woman.
Topaz Greek The name of a gemstone.
Tora Japanese A tiger.
Toral Hindu  
Tori   Victory, the victorious one.
Torie   Victory, the victorious one.
Tory   Victory, the victorious one.
Tosia Latin inestimable
Totie   Gift of God.
Tottie   A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Totty   A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Tourmaline Singhalese The name of a gemstone.
Tove Hebrew good
Toyo Japanese plentiful
Tracey Old French From a placename.
Tracy Old French Brave. A boy or girl's name.
Treasa Irish/Gaelic The harvester or reaper.
Tresa Aragonic  
Tressa Cornish The third. Also see Teresa.
Treva Celtic prudent
Tricia   Noble, wellborn. The feminine form of Patrick.
Trifine Old French Trifin, Trifina
Trilby Italian Sings with trills. A boy or girl's name.
Trilochana Hindu  
Trina Greek Pure. Also a nickname from Catherine, Katherine and Katrina.
Trind Swedish pure
Trinidad Spanish After the Caribbean island.
Trinity Latin A trio or triad, as in the Holy Trinity. A boy or girl's name.
Trish   Noble, wellborn. The feminine form of Patrick.
Trisha   Noble, wellborn. The feminine form of Patrick.
Trishna Hindu thirst, a form of the Devi
Trista Latin The melancholy one.
Tristana   Sad.
Tristessa   Bold.
Trix   The blessed one. She who brings joy. Beatrix was the name of a 4th-century saint.
Trixi   The blessed one. She who brings joy. Beatrix was the name of a 4th-century saint.
Trixie   The blessed one. She who brings joy. Beatrix was the name of a 4th-century saint.
Trixy   The blessed one. She who brings joy. Beatrix was the name of a 4th-century saint.
Trude   From Gertrude.
Trudi   A spear maiden.
Trudie   A spear maiden.
Trudy   A spear maiden.
Trupti Hindu  
Trusha Hindu  
Tryne Dutch pure
Tryphena Latin dainty
Tuesday Old English Born on a Tuesday.
Tuhina Hindu  
Tulasi Hindu a Devi
Tulip Turkish A flower name.
Tullia Irish Gaelic Peaceful.
Tully Celtic, Gaelic a people, peaceful one
Turquoise Old French A precious stone.
Turua Polynesian Beautiful.
Tusti Hindu peace, happiness, a for of the Devi
Tuti Indonesian An unusual girl's name.
Tuvia Hebrew God is good. The female form of Tobias.
Twyla Old English Woven with double thread.
Tyanne special one Ty
Tydfill Welsh  
Tyler Old English A tiler or tile-maker. A boy or girl's name.
Tyne   The name of an English river. A boy or girl's name.

 

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