Don’t get tripped up on trying to find the perfect T name for your baby. Just try one of these unisex names on for size. They work for both boys and girls!
Irish: Measure of land. Surname.
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Hebrew: Palm tree
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Hebrew: Palm tree; The biblical Tamara was a daughter of King David and sister to Absalom.
Russian: Palm tree. Variant of Tamar. Biblical Tamara was daughter of King David and sister to Absalom.
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African: Born on Monday
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Irish: Measure of land
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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 about Taylor
Once a surname and boys' name, Taylor and its variants are growing in popularity as names for daughters, thanks in part to... Read more about Taylor
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Temple hasn't really seen the light of day as a boys' name in...oh, well, ever–and it probably won't be dusting off those... Read more about Temple
Latin: Sanctuary, temple
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English: Masculine form of Teresa
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English: Terran means Earthman. Variants are contemporary rhyming blends of Ter- plus Darin.
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Greek: Goddess, godly; Tia is also an abbreviation of names like Althea and Dorothea. The mythological Thea was Greek goddess of...
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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 about Tony
Swedish: Thunder bear
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Gaelic: From the knolls; Torr is a name for a craggy hilltop and also may refer to a watchtower.
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Scottish: From the craggy hills.
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English: Conqueror; derived from the name Victoria
English: From the end of the town
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