Tab, var. Tabb, Tabor, Taber. A given name which is seldom used. See also Toby.
Tabasco. A given name which is not commonly used.
Tabor, var. Taber, Tavor, Tayber, Taybor, Taibor, means "encampment; misfortune, bad luck". Tabor is scarce as a male name, appearing frequently (Top 2%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Tibor.
Tabib, var. Tabeeb, means "doctor". Tabib is a rare masculine name. See also Tabb.
Tacitus. A boys' name which is only intermittently used.
Tad▼, var. Thad▼, Tadd, means "heart". Tad and Thad have faded in favor as birth names over the years since 1960. The variation Thad is prevalent as a variant form of Tad.
Tadao, means "complacent; satisfied". Not often used as a given name. See also Taddeo.
Tadeo, var. Tadzio, Taddeo. Tadeo is rare as a men's name, appearing often (Top 25%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Takeo.
Tadhg, var. Tad▼, Teigue, Teague, means "poet, philosopher". Not regularly used as a birth name. The variation Tad is common as a form of Tadhg.
Tadi, means "breeze, wind". A given name for baby boys which is rarely used. See also Tod.
Taft, means "homestead". A birth name for males that is seldom used, Taft occurs more commonly as a surname. See also Tait.
Taggart, var. Taggert, means "son of the priest". A birth name that is not commonly used and occurs more frequently as a surname.
Tahir, var. Taheer, means "pure". Only rarely used as a name for newborns, Tahir is found more commonly as a last name. See also Thor.
Tahoe, means "big water". Not widely used as a given name for boys.
Tahoma, var. Tocoma, Tekoma, Tacoma, means "that frozen water". Tahoma is a sparsely used men's name. See also Thom.
Tait, var. Tate▲, Tayte, means "cheerful, happy". Gender-neutral name. The variant form Tate has surged in popularity as a name for kids over time. The variation Tate is common as a form of Tait.
Taj, var. Tahj▼, means "crown". Usage of Tahj as a given name for baby boys has waned over time since 1998. The variation Tahj is generally used as a form of this name.
Taji, means "silver and yellow color". Name suited for both boys and girls. Not frequently used as a given name.
Takeo, means "strong like bamboo". A given name which is seldom used. See also Taso.
Takoda, means "friend to everyone". Not frequently used as a boys' name. See also Dakoda.
Tal, var. Tahl, Talor, means "rain; dew". Also used as a girls' name. Not widely used as a birth name.
Talbet, var. Tallbot, Talbott, Talbert, Tallbott. A boys' name that is little-used.
Talfryn, var. Talfrin, Tallfryn, Talfrynn, means "high hill". Not consistently used as a name for babies.
Talib, var. Taleeb, means "knowledge-seeker". Talib is scantly used as a first name, and it appears commonly (Top 61%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Tabib.
Taliesin, means "shining forehead". A name suitable for both men and women. A given name for boys that is only intermittently used.
Tallis, var. Talys, Tallys. A birth name for males which is not predominantly used, Tallis is used more conventionally as a surname. See also Tallin.
Talmai, means "abounding in furrows". Not widely used as a birth name for boys. See also Tallan.
Talmon, means "oppressed". Only rarely used as a birth name. See also Talon.
Talon▲, var. Talen, Talin, Tallon, Tallin, Tallan, Tallen. Popular name for kids. The form Talen is commonly used as a variation of Talon.
Tamarack. Not consistently used as a birth name for boys. See also Tamarisk.