Terrell - Tyson
Page 1/1 of 18 Ty- grouped names.
[Tyrell▼, Tyrrell, .. 10 more] Var. of Terrell 1 Possibly (Old French) "puller" .. The version Tyrell is a commonly occurring (Top 84%) men's name, while Tyrrell is uncommonly used comparatively. Tyrell (Top 13%) and Tyrrell (7%) appear regularly as surnames according to the US Census.
[Tyrus, .. 7 more] Var. of Thor 3 Origin fr. Old Norse element. "Thunder." A rare given name which exists more commonly as a surname. See also Taurus.
[Tyrell▼, .. 4 more] Var. of Thorald 4 Source fr. Old Norse language. "Follower of Thor." The variant form Tyrell is commonplace (Top 84%) as a masculine name, occurring commonly (Top 13%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Tyrelle.
[Tymmothy, Tymon, Tymoteusz, Tymothy, .. 15 more] Var. of Timothy 5 From Greek word. "God's honor." The versions Tymmothy, Tymon, Tymoteusz and Tymothy are rarely occurring masculine names, and Tymon appears regularly (Top 44%) as a surname according to the US Census.
[Tyno, .. 2 more] Var. of Tino 6 Based on Spanish word. Short form of Agostino and other .. A unique birth name. See also Thano.
Ty▲ [Tye] 7 Origin fr. English element. Short form for names beginning with .. The variant form Ty is a recognizable (Top 54%) first name, while Tye is scantly used comparatively. Ty (Top 51%) and Tye (8%) occur frequently as last names in the US Census.
Tychon 8 Based on Greek word. "Accurate." A unique birth name. See also Tyson.
Tynan [Tynell, Tynen, Tynin, Tynnen, Tynnin, Tynon, .. 1 more] 10 Source fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Dark, dusty." These names are hardly found as men's names. Tynan (Top 19%) and Tynon (37%) occur often as surnames according to the US Census.
Typhoon 11 From Chinese word. "Great wind." Rare as a birth name for males.
Tyr 13 From Old Norse. Name of an Ancient Norse god .. Seldom used as a given name. See also Ty.
Tyree▼ 14 Modern name possibly based on an .. Tyree is a prevalent (Top 82%) male name, occurring commonly (Top 4%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Torey.
Tyrell▼ [Tyrel, Tyrelle, Tyrrel, Tyrrell, .. 2 more] 15 Possibly (Old French) "puller" .. The variation Tyrell is a recognizable (Top 84%) masculine name, while Tyrel, Tyrelle, Tyrrel and Tyrrell are scantly used comparatively. Tyrell (Top 13%) and Tyrrell (7%) occur often as surnames according to the US Census.
Tyrus 17 From American word. Blend of Tyrone and Cyrus .. Tyrus is a rare first name, and it occurs frequently (Top 67%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Tris.
Tyson▲ [Ty▲, Tyce, Tycen, Tyeson, Tyssen, .. 2 more] 18 Source fr. Old French element. "High-spirited." The forms Ty and Tyson are more generally used as given names for boys among the different versions of the name. ..
Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for Ty- names for boys.
[Terrell - Tyson]
Terrell [Tyrrell], Theobald [Tybault, ..], Thor [Tyrus], Thorald [Tyrell], Timothy [Tymothy, ..], Tino [Tyno], Ty [Tye], Tychon, Tyler [Tylor, ..], Tynan [Tynon, ..], Typhoon, Tyquan [Tyquonne, ..], Tyr, Tyree, Tyrell [Tyrrell, ..], Tyrone [Tyronne], Tyrus, Tyson [Tyssen, ..]