From time-tested favorites like Thomas to the more trend-conscious Theo, we’ve got tons of baby boy names that start with T.
Thomas is almost as ubiquitous a good ol' fashioned American name as John or James. One of the best parts of the name Thomas... Read More
Parents love to name their sons Tyler. The name soared to baby name stardom in the 80s and 90s. Tyler is one of those occupational... Read More
Taylor is right at the cusp of a changing of the tides. What used to be more often used as a boys' name (à la Taylor Lautner)... Read More
What do Dumbo's mouse best friend, a former James Bond, and the biblical companion of Paul all have in common? They were... Read More
English: From the big town.
Welsh: From the big town.
Greek: Righteousness; In mythology, Themis is the goddess of order and justice.
Hebrew: Love''s nature
English: Thunder ruler
Irish: Derivative of the Scandinavian god of battle Tyr. Tuesday was named for Tyr.
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Irish: Measure of land
English: Variant of French surname and place-name Treves.
Strong and simple Trent has long been a boy name favorite among parents. Primarily associated with England's River Trent... Read More
Scottish: Island dweller
Teutonic: Battle maiden
English: Abbreviation of Thaddeus who was one of Christ''s 12 apostles.
English: Roman clan name.
Latin: Roman clan name.
Arabic: Spelling variation of Tarek; If emphasis is placed on the second syllable, Tariq additionally means way, road, or path.
Scandinavian: Warrior; Tyr was a daring and brave god of war in Norse mythology.
Teddy might seem like a cute name for a little snuggly baby, but it could also be a name for a fierce protector. Teddy's... Read More
Ever wonder where the expression "Doubting Thomas" comes from? You're looking at it! Tomas was an apostle in the Bible who... Read More
Native American: She who bathes with her knees (Cheyenne)
English: Fair town. Abbreviation of Trevelyan.
Welsh: Fair town. Abbreviation of Trevelyan.
English: Feminine of Tristan noisy;full of sorrows and/or a rhyming variant of Christa.
German: Spear of strength; diminutive of Gertrude commonly used as an independent name