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What does Tamma mean?

Tamma /tam-ma/ as a girls' name is of Hebrew derivation, and the name Tamma means "date palm". Tamma is a version of Tamara (Hebrew): Russian variation of Tamar.


Tamma has 3 variants: Tama, Tammi and Tammy.

Tamma has 13 more alternative forms via Tamara: Tamar, Tamarah, Tamarra, Tamary, Tamera, Tammara, Tamora, Tamra, Tamrah, Tamryn, Thamar, Thamara and Thamera.

Kreatif forms:
(female) Tammai, Teama, ..

(male) Tamman, Tammas, ..

How popular is Tamma?

Tamma is an uncommonly occurring first name for females. Tamma is an unusual surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)


Ranking and usage % can show different trends depending on the distribution of names that year.

Prominent alternative forms of Tamma (not ranked) are Tamara (#1383 a year ago), Tammy, Tamra, Tammi, Tamera, Tamar, Tama and Tammara. These forms of Tamma reached the apex of their popularity 5 decades ago (usage of 1.7%) and are now much less widespread, with versions such as Tammy falling out of fashion. Below is a charted comparison of the history of the girl name Tamma and associated names. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Tama, Tamar, Tamara, Tamera, Tammara in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Tammi, Tammy, Tamra in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Tamma and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names


Tamma is pronounced similarly to Taima, Taimah, Tami, Tamie, Tammee, Tammey, Tammie, Taoimah, Timmey, Timmi, Timmie, Toma, Tommi, Tommie, Tommy and Tommye. Other suggested similar names are Adamma, Amma, Bama, Cama, Carma, Dalma, Emma, Fatma, Fiamma, Halma, Jaima, Jama, Jazma, Kama, Karma, Mimma, Naama, Naima, Naoma, Rama, Rayma, Romma, Salma, Samma, Tada, Tadda, Tahna, Taina, Taisa, Taja, Tajia, Talea, Talma, Talya, Tam, Tameka, Tamica, Tamika, Tana, Tanea, Tania, Tanya, Tara, Tarra, Tasa, Tasha, Tasia, Tasja, Taska, Tassa (see Tasha), Tasya, Taura, Tava, Tavia, Tawna, Taya, Tayla, Tazia and Telma. These names tend to be more commonly used than Tamma.