If you’re looking for a T name for you future daughter, we’ve got a list of terrific and tempting options—from Tamara to Tracy and beyond.
Once a surname and boys' name, Taylor and its variants are growing in popularity as names for daughters, thanks in part to... Read More
Oh Tiffany, you 80s princess, you. You used to be so fancy (much like the little blue box you symbolize) that even Donald... Read More
English: Three; a variant of Traigh
In Irish tradition, Tara was the name of a hill where the ancient Irish kings were said to have reigned. In Irish mythology... Read More
If you think Teresa sounds old-fashioned, you'd be right. This now-vintage name was über-popular in the 1950s and 60s, but... Read More
From the Shakespearean play A Midsummer's Night Dream Read More
Hebrew: Palm tree; A variant of Tamar, this name is used as a symbolic name due to the beauty and fruitfulness of the tree.
Tony, as a girl's name, is really more of a nickname for fuller names like Antonia or Antoinette. If you are considering... Read More
Greek: One who honors God; feminine form of Timothy
Hebrew: Dew of heaven; may be an abbreviation of Natalia
Russian: Uncertain meaning, though some suggest praiseworthy; Tanya is a popular pet name for Tatiana, feminine form of the Roman...
English: From the end of the town
Norse: Spear of Thor
English: Turbulent, stormy
Hindi: God of fever
'Tis NOT the season for Tasha. This short form of Natasha was historically given to girls born on Christmas Day, and is now... Read More
While Tania may sound a lot like Tonya, it still appears worlds more exotic and elegant than the country-fied version. If... Read More
As a nickname for the adorable Matilda, Tilde got the short end of the stick. The severe sound of Tilde is likely not music... Read More
English: Melting ice
Native American Origin
Terri, the short form of Theresa, is a unique name for a girl despite its drop in popularity since the 1960s. Strangely,... Read More
English: Little twin