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.
Hebrew: Palm tree
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.
African: Born on Monday
Irish: Measure of land
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
Once a surname and boys' name, Taylor and its variants are growing in popularity as names for daughters, thanks in part to... Read More
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
Latin: Sanctuary, temple
English: Masculine form of Teresa
English: Terran means Earthman. Variants are contemporary rhyming blends of Ter- plus Darin.
Greek: Goddess, godly; Tia is also an abbreviation of names like Althea and Dorothea. The mythological Thea was Greek goddess of...
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
Swedish: Thunder bear
Gaelic: From the knolls; Torr is a name for a craggy hilltop and also may refer to a watchtower.
Scottish: From the craggy hills.
English: Conqueror; derived from the name Victoria
English: From the end of the town