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Boy Names Starting with Ty-

Ty- baby names and what they mean, with 18 results. Ty- names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names were at the height of their popularity 21 years ago (adoption of 1.79%) and are now much less popular (adoption 0.4%, 78%), with names such as Tyler becoming somewhat dated. Tyson (#315) is the most fashionable boy name here, while Tyma (top 45%) and Tyner (3%) are popular Ty- last names. Here is the list of Ty- names for girls.

Ty- names

Ty - Tyson

Ty and variantsTy1, var. Tye
Origin fr. English. Short form for names beginning with .. Ty and Tye are more commonly used as birth names among these variations.

Tybald, Tybalt, Tybault
Var. of Theobald. Root fr. Old German element. "Brave people." Unusual. Compare Tybalt, Tybault and common -lt last names Tewalt (top 45%), Tevault (56%).

Source fr. Greek word. "Accurate." Tychon was not a Top birth name in 2015. See also Tyson.

Tyler and variantsTyler, var. Ty2, Tylar, Tylor
From Old English word. "A worker in roof tiles." Ty (top 54%) and Tyler (16%) are commonly occurring as given names, while Tylar and Tylor are uncommonly used.

Tymmothy, Tymon, Tymoteusz, Tymothy
Var. of Timothy. Derivative of Greek language. "God's honor." Dimothy and Tymoty are creative forms.

Tynan, var. Tynell, Tynen, Tynin, Tynnen, Tynon, Tynnin
Root fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Dark, dusty." Not in popularity charts.

Var. of Tino. Stems fr. Spanish. .. Baseball player Tino Martinez. Tyne is a marginally prominent boys' name. See also Tony.

Derived fr. Chinese language. "Great wind." Uncommon, with the -on suffix, like Theon, Tyson.

Tyquan and variantsTyquan, var. Tyquahn, Tyquann, Tyquohn, Tyquonne
Modern name made up from the .. Usage of Tyquan as a boys' name has waned since 1997.

From Old Norse element. Name of an Ancient Norse god .. Not that common as a boys' name.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ty- names: Ty, Tyce, Tye, Tylar, Tyler

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ty- names: Tylor, Tyquan, Tyree, Tyrel, Tyrell

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ty- names: Tyron, Tyrone, Tyronne, Tyrus, Tyson

Modern name possibly based on an .. Cross-gender use. Common, with usage of 0.011% for Tyree as a baby name in 2015, but lower than 0.011% the previous year.

Var. of Thorald. Derivative of Old Norse. "Follower of Thor." A familiar boys' name (#1113 in 2015), Tyrell is also used frequently as a surname. See also Tirell.

Tyrell and variantsTyrell2, var. Tyrel, Tyrelle, Tyrrel, Tyrrell1
.. Also possibly derivative of Tyr, the .. Adoption of Tyrell, Tyrelle, etc. as birth names in 2015 was down 15.1% compared to 2014.

Tyrell3, Tyrrell2
Var. of Terrell. Possibly (Old French) "puller", referring to .. Adoption of Tyrell and Tyrrell as boys' names in 2015 was down 46.1% compared to a decade ago.

Tyrone and variantsTyrone, var. Tyron, Tyronne
Stems fr. Gaelic word. "Land of Eoghan." Usage of Tyrone and variants as baby names in 2015 was down 11.6% compared to 2014.

Var. of Thor. Derivative of Old Norse element. "Thunder." A familiar children's name (#1938 in 2015), Tyrus is also used often as a last name. See also Taurus.

Derivative of American element. Blend of Tyrone and Cyrus, or .. Tyrus became less trendy last year, falling -190 rankings as a children's name to reach #1938. See also Tris.

Tyson and variantsTyson, var. Ty3, Tyce, Tycen, Tyeson, Tyssen
Derivative of Old French element. "High-spirited." Tyson and variants became less popular last year, falling on average -71 rankings as baby names with Tyce falling the most.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ty- names for boys.

1. Ty - Tyson
Ty [Tye], Theobald [Tybald, Tybalt, Tybault], Tychon, Tyler [Ty, Tylar, Tylor], Timothy [Tymon, Tymothy, Tymmothy, Tymoteusz], Tynan [Tynon, Tynen, Tynin, Tynell, Tynnen, Tynnin], Tino [Tyno], Typhoon, Tyquan [Tyquahn, Tyquann, Tyquohn, Tyquonne], Tyr, Tyree, Thorald [Tyrell], Tyrell [Tyrel, Tyrrel, Tyrrell, Tyrelle], Terrell [Tyrell, Tyrrell], Tyrone [Tyron, Tyronne], Thor [Tyrus], Tyrus, Tyson [Ty, Tyce, Tycen, Tyeson, Tyssen]

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