Boy Names That Begin With T
TAB (German) Brilliant.
TABOR (Hungarian) Encampment.
TAD (Welsh) Father.
TAFT (English) River.
TAGGART (Irish) Son of a priest.
TAHIR (Arabic) Pure.
TAHOMA (Native American) Shoreline.
TAI (Vietnamese) Skilled.
TAJ (Hindu) Crown.
TAKIS (Greek) Form of Peter.
TAL (Hebrew) Rain.
TALBOT (English) From the valley.
TALE (African) Green.
TALIB (Arabic) Searcher.
TALIESIN (Welsh) Radiant brow.
TALON (Hebrew) Claw.
TAM (Scottish) Form of Thomas.
TAMIR (Arabic) Tall as a tree.
TAMMANY (Native American) Friendly.
TANI (Japanese) Valley.
TANK (Polynesian) God of the sky.
TANNER (English) One who tans leather.
TARLETON (English) Thor's town.
TARQUIN (Latin) Etruscan king.
TARRANT (Welsh) Thunder.
TATE (English) Happy.
TAVARES (Aramaic) Misfortune.
TAVISH (Irish) Twin.
TAYLOR (English) Tailor.
TEAGAN (Irish) Form of Teague.
TEAGUE (Irish) Poet.
TEARLACH (Scottish) Man.
TED (English) Short form of Edward or Theodore.
TEDDY (English) Short form of Edward or Theodore.
TEGAN (Irish) Doe.
TELEM (Hebrew) Furrow.
TELFORD (French) One who works with iron.
TELLER (English) Storyteller.
TELLY (Greek) Short form of Teller or Theodore.
TEMPEST (French) Storm.
TEMPLE (English) Temple.
TEMPLETON (English) Town near the temple.
TENNANT (English) Tenant.
TENNESSEE (Native American) The state.
TENNYSON (English) Son of Dennis.
TERACH (Hebrew) Goat.
TERENCE (Latin) Roman clan name that could mean smooth.
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TERRELL (German) Follower of Thor.
TERRY (English) Short form of Terence.
TEVA (Hebrew) Nature.
TEVIN (African-American) Variation of Kevin.
TEVIS (Scottish) Form of Thomas.
TEX (American) Nickname for Texas.
THADDEUS (Aramaic) Brave.
THAI (Vietnamese) Many.
THANE (English) Warrior.
THANIEL (Hebrew) Form of Nathaniel.
THANOS (Greek) Nobleman.
THATCHER (English) Roof thatcher.
THAW (English) Melt.
THAYER (German) Of the army.
THEOBALD (German) Brave people.
THEODORE (Greek) Gift from God.
THEODORIC (German) Leader of the people.
THERON (Greek) Hunter.
THESEUS (Greek) Ancient mythological figure.
THIASSI (Scandinavian) Ancient mythological figure.
THIERRY (French) Form of Theodore.
THOMAS (Aramaic) Twin.
THOMPSON (English) Son of Thomas.
THOR (Scandinavian) Thunder.
THORALD (Scandinavian) One who follows Thor.
THORGOOD (English) Thor is good.
THORLEY (English) Thor's meadow.
THORNE (English) Thorn.
THORNLEY (English) Thorny meadow.
THORNTON (English) Thorny town.
THORPE (English) Village.
THURLOW (English) Thor's hill.
THURMOND (English) Defended by Thor.
THURSTON (Scandinavian) Thor's stone.
TIBOR (Slavic) Sacred place.
TIERNAN (Irish) Little lord.
TIERNEY (Irish) Lordly.
TIGER (American) Tiger.
TILDEN (English) Tilted valley.
TIM (Greek) Short form of Timothy.
TIMMY (Greek) Short form of Timothy.
TIMON (Greek) Honorable.
TIMOTHY (Greek) Honoring God.
TINO (Italian) Small.
TITO (Spanish) To honor.
TITUS (Greek) Of the giants.
TIVON (Hebrew) Lover of nature.
TOAL (Irish) Strong people.
In Defense of Middle Names
Though rarely used on a daily basis, middle names are still popular, especially since they break the stalemate when each partner has selected a different favorite name for the baby. They also get parents off the hook with family members who hope at least one name used for the baby will honor Grandpa Max or Great-Grandma Irma.
TOBAR (Gypsy) Road.
TOBIAS (Hebrew) God is good.
TOBY (English) Short form of Tobias.
TODD (English) Fox.
TOM (English) Short form of Thomas.
TOMLIN (English) Little twin.
TOMMY (English) Short form of Thomas.
TONG (Vietnamese) Aromatic.
TONY (Latin) Nickname for Anthony.
TOPHER (English) Form of Christopher.
TORAO (Japanese) Tiger.
TORD (Scandinavian) Peace of Thor.
TORGER (Scandinavian) Thor's spear.
TORIN (Irish) Chief.
TORIO (Japanese) Bird's tail.
TORRANCE (Irish) Little hills.
TORY (English) Short form of Torrance.
TOWNSEND (English) Town's end.
TRACY (Greek) Brave warrior.
TRAVERS (French) Crossroads.
TRAVIS (French) Toll-taker.
TRAYTON (English) Town near trees.
TREMAIN (Celtic) Stone house.
TRENT (Latin) Rushing waters.
TREVOR (Welsh) Large homestead.
TREY (English) Three.
TRIG (Scandinavian) Trusty.
TRINI (Latin) Short form of Trinity.
TRINITY (Latin) The Holy Trinity.
TRIPP (English) Traveler.
TRISTAN (Welsh) Famous Welsh folklore character.
TRISTRAM (Welsh) Sorrowful.
TROY (Irish) Soldier.
TRUITT (English) Small and sincere.
TRUMAN (English) Loyal one.
TRUMBALL (English) Strong.
TUAN (Vietnamese) Unimportant.
TUCKER (English) One who works with cloth.
TUDOR (Welsh) Royal dynasty.
TUG (Scandinavian) Pull.
TULLY (Irish) Peaceful.
TUPPER (English) One who keeps rams.
TURK (English) From Turkey.
TURNER (English) Woodworker.
TWAIN (English) Split in two.
TWITCHELL (English) Narrow alley.
TWYFORD (English) Place where rivers converge.
TY (American) Unknown definition.
TYDEUS (Greek) Ancient mythological figure.
TYEE (Native American) Chief.
TYLER (English) Tile maker.
TYNAN (Irish) Dark.
TYRONE (Irish) Land of Owen.
TYRRELL (French) To pull.
TYRUS (English) Thor.
TYSON (English) Firebrand.