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Boy Names Starting with Tr-

Tr- baby names and what they mean, with 23 results. Usage of these boy names was at its highest in 1996 (adoption of 1.51%) and has become significantly less since (adoption 0.62%, 59%), with names like Trevon falling out of fashion. Tristan (#101) is the most chic baby name in this list, while Treat (top 5%) and Troche (9%) are familiar Tr- last names. Here is the list of Tr- names for girls.

Tr- names

Trace - True | Truesdale - Trumble

Trace - True

From the English word, or possibly .. Trae is also a marginally prominent kid's name.

Tracy and variantsTracy, var. Trace2, Tracey, Treacy
Based on Irish, Gaelic word. "Warlike." Tracy, Treacy (cf. Bracy, Turocy) are popular -cy suffix surnames.

Trahern, var. Trahearn, Trahearne, Traherne
Derivative of Welsh language. "Strength of iron." Trahern, Trahearn, etc. are not in the Top 2000.

Trail, var. Traill
From the English word, giving connotations .. Not in popularity charts.

Origin fr. German word. "Faith in God." Unique as a boys' name, Traugott exists more frequently as a last name.

Travis and variantsTravis, var. Traver, Travers, Traviss, Travys
Derivative of Old French word. "To cross over." Travis has declined in popularity as a children's name circa 1990.

Travon and variantsTravon, var. Travaughn, Traveon, Travion, Trayvon, Trevonn
From American language. .. See also Trevin. Unconventional, with usage of 0.001% for Travon, Travaughn, etc. as baby names in 2015, less than 0.009% in 2014.

Tremain and variantsTremain, var. Tramain, Tramaine, Tramayne, Tremaine, Tremayne
Derivative of Celtic language. "Town built with stone." Tremain (top 16%), Tremaine (13%) and Tremayne (38%) are found often as surnames.

Origin fr. French. "Three mountains." Scarcely used as a baby name, Tremont occurs more often as a last name.

Trent and variantsTrent, var. Trenten1, Trentin1, Trenton1
Derived fr. Latin element. "Gushing waters." Trent has waned in favor as a birth name circa 2001.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Tr- names: Trace, Tracey, Tracy, Tramaine, Traveon

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Tr- names: Travion, Travis, Travon, Trayvon, Tre

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Tr- names: Tremain, Tremaine, Tremayne, Trent, Trenten

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Tr- names: Trentin, Trenton, Treven, Trever, Trevin

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Tr- names: Trevion, Trevis, Trevon, Trevor, Trey

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Tr- names: Tristan, Tristen, Tristian, Tristin, Triston

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Tr- names: Tristyn, Triton, Troy, True, Trystan

Trenton and variantsTrenton2, var. Trenten2, Trentin2
Derived fr. Old English language. "Trent's town." Trenton is found regularly (top 37%) as a surname.

Trevin and variantsTrevin, var. Trevan, Treven, Trevian, Trevion, Trevyn, Trevon
Derived fr. Old English word. "Fair town." Trevin and variants became less popular last year, falling on average -50 positions as children's names with Trevin leading the decline.

Origin fr. English, Welsh words. .. Contemporary American usage may be as .. Trevis is uncommon as a given name, registering often (top 53%) as a surname. See also Trevin.

Trevor and variantsTrevor, var. Trefor, Trevar, Trever
Source fr. Welsh element. "Great settlement." Adoption of Trevor and variants as children's names in 2015 was 10.3% less than 2014.

Trey and variantsTrey, var. Trai, Traye, Tre
Origin fr. Middle English word. "Three." Tre and Trey are more commonly used as birth names compared to Trai, Traye.

Tristan and variantsTristan, var. Tris, Tristam, Tristen, Tristian, Triston, Tristin, Tristram, Tristyn, Trystan
Based on Celtic. .. In Arthurian legend, Tristan sometimes called .. Prominent, with usage of 0.272% for Tristan and variants as children's names in 2015, though lower than 0.283% the previous year.

From Greek element. .. son of Poseidon and messenger of .. Adoption of Triton is at its apex presently. See also Briton.

Stems fr. Old English word. "Bridge by the tree." Not in Top 2000.

Troy and variantsTroy, var. Troi, Troye
Root fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Descendant of the footsoldier." Troy is a familiar (top 11%) masculine name, whereas Troi and Troye are unusual.

From Old English element. "True." True soared in popularity 125 years ago. See also Toru.