What does Teigan mean?
Associated with: philosopher.
(male) Teiganne, Tevgan, ..
(female) Teiganie, Teiganna, ..
How popular is Teigan?
Teigan is an unusual given name for males. Teigan is an equally uncommon surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is an analysis of the usage of Teigan and corresponding names. Prominent varying forms of Teigan (not ranked) rated in the Top 2000 are Teagan (#979 in recent rankings), Teague and Tegan (#1895). Other forms, like Teger, are uncommon. These relations of Teigan were favored a decade ago (average #1181) and have become much less conventional since (#1624, ▼53%). (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Recommended names are Aitan, Amidan, Beagan, Beaman, Beegan, Deccan, Declan▲, Deegan, Delman, Demyan, Deshan, Doogan, Eagan, Elian, Eliran, Fegan, Feggan, Felan, Ferran, Gehan, Hagan, Heiman, Heman, Herman▼, Jeavan, Jerman, Jevvan, Jorgan, Keagan, Kealan, Kean, Keegan▲, Keeghan, Keenan, Kegan, Keilan, Keiran, Kenan, Lehman, Logan▲, Neilan, Newman, Pagan, Reagan, Regan, Rian, Seaman, Sean▼, Seligman, Tannan, Taran, Tarran, Tasman, Tedman, Teijo, Teman, Tennant, Teran, Tern, Terran, Terryn, Teun, Tevan, Tevinn (see Tevon), Tevonn, Tevyn, Teytan, Teytin, Tilar, Toran, Torean, Trevian, Tynan, Tyquan▼ and Yeoman. These names tend to be more frequently used than Teigan.