What does Tyrell mean?
Tyrell [tyrell] as a boys' name is pronounced tye-REL, TER-el. Possibly (Old French) "puller", and started as a nickname for a stubborn person, implying a comparison with a horse that uncooperatively pulls on the reins. Also possibly derivative of Tyr, the name of the Scandinavian god of battle. Tuesday was named for Tyr.
Related boy name: Thorald.Creative forms:
(male) Deorell, Gerell, ..
(female) Tyrellon, Tyrellva, .. Middle name pairings:
Tyrell Hampton (T.H.), ..
How popular is Tyrell?
Tyrell is a somewhat prominent first name for men (#1019 out of 1220, Top 84%) and an even more prominent last name for both adults and children (#17561 out of 150436, Top 12%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the birth name history of Tyrell for boys. Tyrell entered the list in 1970-1979 and reached its peak position of #354 in the U.S. in 1992, and is presently at #1113. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related boy names. Terrell (#889 from current records) and Tyrel are the popular alternative forms of Tyrell (#1113 from current records) rated in the Top 2000. Adoption of these relations of Tyrell was at its highest 23 years ago (average #533) and is now significantly diminished, with versions such as Tyrell going out of style.
Tyrell▼ is alike in pronunciation to Tarrall, Terell, Terrall, Terrel, Terrelle, Terrill, Terryl, Terryll, Tirrell and Toril. Other suggested similar names are Abyell (see Abiel), Aeriell, Anwell, Ardell, Ariell, Avrell, Avryll, Axell, Bell, Burnell, Capell, Cardell, Carnell, Caryll, Cordell, Cyrill, Danell, Derell, Derrell, Durell, Ewell, Farrell, Gerall, Jamell, Jarell, Jarvell, Jerell, Jorell, Kyrell, Kyrill, Ladell, Larell, Latrell▼, Lonell, Lovell, Lowell▼, Lydell, Lyell, Lyinell, Lyndell, Maurell, Merrell, Morell, Mykell, Norwell, Nowell, Pernell, Purcell, Ranell, Raynell, Rydell, Sorrell, Tareek, Tore, Torkill, Trail, Traill, Tynell, Tyree, Tyrone▼, Tyrus, Udell, Verill, Wadell and Wardell. These names tend to be less frequently used than Tyrell.