18 Ty- name results beginning or starting with Ty- for baby boys, listing 1-18. Here is the list of Ty- names for girls.
Terrell Possibly (Old French) "puller", referring to a nickname for a stubborn person, implying a comparison with a horse that uncooperatively pulls on the reins ..
Theobald (Old German) "Brave people." ..
[Tybald, Tybalt, Tybault]
Thor (Old Norse) "Thunder."
Thorald (Old Norse) "Follower of Thor."
Timothy (Greek) "God's honor."
[Tymmothy, Tymon, Tymoteusz, Tymothy]
Tino (Spanish) Short form of Agostino and other -tino names ..
Ty (English) Short form for names beginning with Ty- ..
Tychon (Greek) "Accurate."
Tyler (Old English) "A worker in roof tiles."
[Ty, Tylar, Tylor]
Tynan (Irish, Gaelic) "Dark, dusty."
[Tynell, Tynen, Tynin, Tynnen, Tynnin, Tynon]
Typhoon (Chinese) "Great wind."
Tyquan Modern name made up from the fashionable Ty- prefix and -quan suffix.
[Tyquahn, Tyquann, Tyquohn, Tyquonne]
Tyr (Old Norse) Name of an Ancient Norse god that was the most brave and bold out of the warlike ones.
Tyree Modern name possibly based on an elaboration of the popular Ty- names.
Tyrell 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 ..
[Tyrel, Tyrelle, Tyrrel, Tyrrell]
Tyrone (Gaelic) "Land of Eoghan." ..
Tyrus (American) Blend of Tyrone and Cyrus, or a reference to the ancient Phoenician city of Tyre.
Tyson (Old French) "High-spirited." ..
[Ty, Tyce, Tycen, Tyeson, Tyssen]
Ty, Tyler, Tyree, Tyrell, Tyron, Tyrone and Tyson are commonly used names, while the other Ty- names are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)