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Girl Names Starting with Ty-

Ty- baby names and what they mean, with 13 results. Ty- names are used more often as masculine names. Usage of these girl names was at its highest in the year 1998 (ADOPTION OF 0.13%) and has become significantly lower since (ADOPTION 0.01%, DOWN 92.5%), with names such as Tyanna becoming somewhat dated. Tyiska (TOP 94%) and Tyan (60%) are common Ty- last names. Here is the list of Ty- names for boys.

Ty- names

Tyana - Tyvyan

Tiana and variants

Tyanna, Tyana
Forms of Tiana. Stems fr. Russian, Latin words. "Follower of Christ." Tiyanna is also a slightly favored kid's name.

Form of Tiberia. Derivative of Latin language. "The river Tiber." Unusual. Compare Tyberia and common last names Tavernia (TOP 64%), Tobia (15%), which also end with -ia.

Aisha and variants

Tynisha1, Tyisha, Tyesha1
Forms of Aisha. Derivative of Arabic word. "Alive and well." Tyisha and forms grew in popularity 3 decades ago.


Form of Tisha. Stems fr. American language. Short form of Leticia or Latisha. Less common today. Tyesha was last listed in 2001 in the Top 2000. See also Tyisha.

Tyffenie, Tyffany
Forms of Tiffany. Derivative of Greek. "Revelation of God." Tyffany and Tyffenie were not among 2018's Top names.

Tyler and variants

Tyler, var. Tyller, Tylena, Tylee, Tyla
Origin fr. English word. "A worker in roof tiles." Tyler is a Top 2000 baby name.

Tymmlecka, Tymmeeka
Forms of Tamika. Modern American name of uncertain origin .. Not Top 2000 names.


Var. of Tanisha. May be connected to a Hausa .. Less widespread today. Tynisha was last found in 1991 in the Top 2000. See also Tenisha.


Form of Thora. From Scandinavian language. "Thor's struggle." Somewhat popular as a children's name, Tyra is similar to the popular Tora. See also Tru.

Tyra2, var. Tyria, Tyrene, Tyrena, Tyree
Based on Old English word. "Thor's battle." Tyra is commonplace as a birth name among these forms.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ty- names: Tyana, Tyanna, Tyesha, Tyisha, Tyla

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ty- names: Tyler, Tynisha, Tyra

Var. of Tirzah. Derived fr. Hebrew element. "Delight, pleasantness, cypress tree." Rather unusual as a children's name.

Var. of Tita. Feminine of Titus or Tito .. Tyna and Tytra are creative forms. See also Zyta.

Var. of Tivian. Invented name .. Tyvyan is rarely used as a baby name.

Quick Reference

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

1. Tyana - Tyvyan
Tiana [Tyana, Tyanna], Tiberia [Tyberia], Aisha [Tyesha, Tyisha, Tynisha], Tisha [Tyesha], Tiffany [Tyffany, Tyffenie], Tyler [Tyla, Tylee, Tyller, Tylena], Tamika [Tymmeeka, Tymmlecka], Tanisha [Tynisha], Thora [Tyra], Tyra [Tyria, Tyree, Tyrene, Tyrena], Tirzah [Tyrzah], Tita [Tyta], Tivian [Tyvyan]

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