What does Tanisha mean?
Associated with: combination (blend).
22 more different relations via Aisha, Ta-: Aeisha, Ayeisha, Ayisha, Ihisha, Maisha, Taisha, Takisha, Talicia, Talina, Talisa, Talisha, Talyssa, Tamica, Tamika▼, Tamisha, Tanika, Tarina, Teisha, Tiesha, Tinisha, Tyesha and Tyisha.Creative forms:
(female) Tanishae, Tantia, ..
(male) Tanda, Tanvis, .. Middle name pairings:
Tanisha Valeria (T.V.), ..
How popular is Tanisha?
Tanisha is a very prominent first name for females (#816 out of 4276, Top 19%) but an unusual surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Tanisha entered the list in 1970-1979 and reached its peak position of #357 in the U.S. in the 1980s, but is not ranked currently. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Prominent varying forms of Tanisha appearing in the Top 2000 are Aisha (#491 via latest list), Kanisha, Maisha, Taisha, Takisha, Talisa, Talisha, Tamica, Tamika, Tamisha, Tanesha, Tanika, Tiesha, Tyesha, Tyisha and Tynisha. These relations of Tanisha were at the peak of their popularity during 1970-1979 (usage of 0.1%) and are now much less popular. Aisha is a perennial favorite, while versions such as Tamika are now less popular.
Tanisha▼ is pronounced similarly to Tenesha, Tenisha, Toniesha and Tonisha. Other suggested similar names are Anisha, Arnisha, Dalisha, Daniesha, Danisha, Darnisha, Davisha, Denisha▼, Dinisha, Donisha, Falisha, Jakisha, Jamisha, Janisha, Janissa, Juanisha, Kadisha, Kalisha, Kaneisha, Kanesha, Kaniesha, Karisha, Katisha, Kenisha, Kinisha, Lakisha▼, Lanesha, Lanisha, Larisha, Latisha▼, Malisha, Marisha, Marnisha, Monisha, Nakisha, Natisha, Raenisha, Ranisha, Raynisha, Renisha, Ronisha, Saisha, Tabitha▼, Tacitha, Tahsha, Taisa, Taisia, Tamieka, Tamiqua, Tanazia, Tanga, Tania▼, Tanis, Tanita, Tanitra, Tanja, Tansee, Tansey, Tansia, Tansy, Tanzia, Tasha▼, Telisha, Tisha▼, Tonica, Trisha▼, Vanesha, Vanisa, Vanissa, Venisha and Vinisha. These names tend to be less commonly used than Tanisha.See names in meaning and etymology.