What does Tyrell mean?
Tyrell /ty-rell/ 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.Kreatif forms: Tarell, Tayrell. [more]
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 1980-1989 and reached its peak position of #354 in the U.S. in 1992, but is not ranked at the moment. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Terrell (#822 from current records) and Tyrel are the popular alternative forms of Tyrell rated in the Top 1000. Adoption of these relations of Tyrell was at its highest 22 (average #533) and is somewhat less today (#940, ▼87%), with versions such as Tyrell falling out of style.
Thinking of names?
Tyrell▼ is alike in pronunciation to Tarrall, Terell, Terrall, Terrel, Terrelle, Terrill, Terryl, Terryll, Tirrell and Toril. Other suggested similar baby names are Abyell, 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.