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Name Meaning Gender Origin
Stella Star. Female Latin
Stelle Star. Female Latin
Suada Persuasion. Female Latin
Sylanna From the forest. Female Latin
Syllis A nymph. Female Latin
Sylva From the forest. Female Latin
Sylvana From the forest. Female Latin
Sylvania From the forest. Female Latin
Sylvia From the forest. Female Latin
Sylvie Diminutive of Silvia: From the forest. Female Latin
Symaethis Mother of Ads. Female Latin
Tacey Silent; hushed. Female Latin
Tacita to be silent Female Latin
Tacy Silence. Also an abbreviation of Anastacia. Female Latin
Tanaquil Worshipped in the home. Female Latin
Tanicus Male Latin
Tansy Tenacious. Female Latin
Tarpeia Killed for an act of treason against her father. Female Latin
Taurin born under the sign of Taurus Male Latin
Taurinus Male Latin
Tava Abbreviation of Octavia: born eighth. Female Latin
Tavia Abbreviation of Octavia: born eighth. Female Latin
Tefia Earth. Female Latin
Telephassa Wife of Agenor. Female Latin
Teles A Siren. Female Latin
Tellus Earth. Female Latin
Templa Sanctuary. Female Latin
Temple Reference to medieval priories and settlements of the military religious order Knights Templars. Female Latin
Teralyn The planet earth. Famous bearer: mythological Terra, the Roman earth goddess equivalent to the Greek Gaia. Female Latin
Terena earthly Female Latin
Terence polished, tender Male Latin
Terra Earth Female Latin
Terrah The planet earth. Famous bearer: mythological Terra, the Roman earth goddess equivalent to the Greek Gaia. Female Latin
Tertia the third Female Latin
Tethys Daughter of Gaea. Female Latin
Thaddeaus couragues, praiser Male Latin
Thalassa Mediterranean. Female Latin
Theadora God given. Feminine of Theodore. Female Latin
Thelxepeia A Siren. Female Latin
Thelxiepeia A Siren. Female Latin
Theodora God given. Feminine of Theodore. Female Latin
Theophania Manifestation of God. In the Middle Ages, this name was sometimes given to girls born on Twelfth night. Female Latin
Tiberia From the Tiber. Female Latin
Tierra Headdress. A tiara is a jeweled headpiece or demi-crown. Female Latin
Tiffany Variant of Theophania: Manifestation of God. In the Middle Ages, this name was sometimes given to girls born on Twelfth night. Female Latin
Tigris From the Tigris. Female Latin
Tigrisa From the Tigris. Female Latin
Tigrisia From the Tigris. Female Latin
Timandra Sister of Helen. Female Latin
Tina Name ending used as an independent name and in combination with other names i.e. Tinamarie. Female Latin
Tiryns Aunt of Hercules. Female Latin
Tisha Diminutive of Letitia: Joy. Female Latin
Tita Honored. Female Latin
Toinette Praiseworthy. Female Latin
Tonia Praiseworthy. Female Latin
Topaz yellow gemstone Female Latin
Tosia inestimable Female Latin
Trenus Male Latin
Tricia Diminutive of Patricia: Noble. St. Patricia was a 7th century patron saint of Naples. Female Latin
Trinity the holy three Female Latin
Trish Diminutive of Patricia: Noble. St. Patricia was a 7th century patron saint of Naples. Female Latin
Trisha Diminutive of Patricia: Noble. St. Patricia was a 7th century patron saint of Naples. Female Latin
Trissie Diminutive of Beatrice F: A variant of Beatrix meaning bringer of joy. In the Divine Comedy, Beatrice was Dante's guide through Paradise, perhaps inspired by Beatrice Portinari who was Dante's earliest love. Female Latin
Trista sorrowful Female Latin
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