Complete the T section of your possible baby boy name list by looking at our suggestions along with their origin and meaning to find out whether your son could be a Tabbai, Thurston or Tyson

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1. Tabansi

  • Origin: African American
  • Meaning: one who endures

2. Tabbai

  • Origin: Aramaic
  • Meaning: good

3. Tadhgh

  • Origin: Irish
  • Meaning: poet
  • Also: Thaddeus, Teague.

4. Taffy

  • Origin: Welsh
  • Meaning: beloved; Welsh form of David.
  • Also: Welsh form of David

5. Taggart

  • Origin: Scottish
  • Meaning: son of a priest

6. Tahir

  • Origin: Arabic
  • Meaning: virtuous

7. Taj

  • Origin: Sanskrit
  • Meaning: crown

8. Takeo

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: valiant warrior

9. Talbot

  • Origin: Anglo-Norman
  • Meaning: messenger of destruction

10. Talon

  • Origin: English
  • Meaning: the large claw of a bird of prey

11. Tam

  • Origin: Hebrew
  • Meaning: innocent, honest
  • Also: Thomas

12. Tamarius

  • Origin: African American
  • Meaning: stubborn

13. Tate

  • Origin: Norse
  • Meaning: cheerful
  • Also: Tait

14. Tavarius

  • Origin: African American
  • Meaning: fun-loving

15. Tavon

  • Origin: African American
  • Meaning: nature

16. Taylor

  • Origin: Middle English
  • Meaning: tailor or maker of clothes

17. Ted

  • Origin: Greek/Old English
  • Meaning: God's gift, wealthy guard
  • Also: Edward, Edmund, Teddie, Teddy, Theodore

18. Terence

  • Origin: Latin
  • Meaning: smooth; derived from a Roman surname
  • Also: Terance, Terrance, Terrence, Terry, Tel, Turlough (Irish form)

19. Terris

  • Origin: Old English
  • Meaning: tender, gracious

20. Tevaughn

  • Origin: African American
  • Meaning: tiger

21. Tevin

  • Origin: African American
  • Meaning: son of Kevin

22. Thane

  • Origin: Scottish
  • Meaning: clan chieftain
  • Also: Thaine

23. Theobald

  • Origin: Old German
  • Meaning: bold people
  • Also: Theo, Tybalt, Tibold (German form)

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24. Theodore

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: gift from God
  • Also: Theo, Ted, Teddie, Teddy, Tudor (Welsh form)

25. Theodoric

  • Origin: Old German
  • Meaning: ruler of the people
  • Also: Terry, Thierry (French form)

26. Theophilus

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: beloved of God

27. Thomas

  • Origin: Aramaic
  • Meaning: twin
  • Also: Tom, Tommy, Tam (Scotish form)

28. Thorburn

  • Origin: Old Norse
  • Meaning: thunder bear

29. Thorndike

  • Origin: Old English
  • Meaning: the dyke of thorns
  • Also: Thorndyke

30. Thorne

  • Origin: Old English
  • Meaning: thornbush

31. Thorpe

  • Origin: Old English
  • Meaning: hamlet or small settlement
  • Also: Thorp

32. Thurstan

  • Origin: Danish
  • Meaning: stone of Thor

33. Tierney

  • Origin: Irish
  • Meaning: lord or master
  • Also: Tiernan

34. Timothy

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: honour to God
  • Also: Tim, Timmy

35. Titus

  • Origin: Latin
  • Meaning: title of honour
  • Also: Tiziano (Italian form)

36. Tobias

  • Origin: Hebrew
  • Meaning: God is good
  • Also: Toby

37. Todd

  • Origin: Old English
  • Meaning: fox

38. Todhunter

  • Origin: Old English
  • Meaning: fox hunter

39. Tony

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: priceless one
  • Also: Anthony

40. Torquil

  • Origin: Old Norse
  • Meaning: Thor’s cauldron

41. Torr

  • Origin: Old English
  • Meaning: tower

42. Townsend

  • Origin: Old English
  • Meaning: end of the hamlet

43. Tracy

  • Origin: Irish
  • Meaning: war-like, fighter; also used as a girl’s name

44. Traherne

  • Origin: Welsh
  • Meaning: strength or iron

45. Travers

  • Origin: Old French
  • Meaning: to cross over
  • Also: Travis

46. Tremayne

  • Origin: Celtic
  • Meaning: town built with stone
  • Also: Tremaine

47. Trent

  • Origin: Old English
  • Meaning: torrent, force; the name of a river in the UK

48. Trevelyan

  • Origin: Cornish/Welsh
  • Meaning: stone homestead

49. Trevor

  • Origin: Welsh
  • Meaning: ambitious
  • Also: Trev, Trefor (Welsh form)

50. Tristram

  • Origin: French possibly
  • Meaning: uncertain but may come from the French triste meaning sad
  • Also: Tristam, Tristan

51. Trory

  • Origin: African American
  • Meaning: the red one

52. Troy

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Derived from the ancient city besieged by the Greeks

53. Tru

  • Origin: African American
  • Meaning: Loyalty

54. Truelove

  • Origin: Old English
  • Meaning: faithful

55. Truman

  • Origin: Old English
  • Meaning: Loyal one
  • Also: Trueman

56. Tudor

  • Origin: Welsh
  • Meaning: God's gift
  • Also: Theodore

57. Tully

  • Origin: Gaelic
  • Meaning: mighty one; also used as a girl’s name

58. Tulsi

  • Origin: Sanskrit
  • Meaning: sacred basil

59. Tupil

  • Origin: Indian
  • Meaning: moon

60. Turlough

  • Origin: Irish
  • Meaning: dry lake
  • Also: Terence

61. Turner

  • Origin: Middle English
  • Meaning: wood-worker

62. Twain

  • Origin: English
  • Meaning: divided in two

63. Twyford

  • Origin: Old English
  • Meaning: double ford

64. Tyler

  • Origin: Old English
  • Meaning: maker of tiles
  • Also: Ty

65. Tyrell

  • Origin: Irish
  • Meaning: unknown
  • Also: Ty

66. Tyrone

  • Origin: Irish
  • Meaning: a town in Ireland
  • Also: Ty

67. Tyson

  • Origin: Old French
  • Meaning: fire bird

About our author Catherine Ball

Catherine Ball is a freelance journalist who specialises in writing about parenting and health. She has been a journalist for 20 years, writing for a wide range of regional and national publications. She is also mum to 4 children between the ages 3 and 12, so has drawn up many, many lists of baby names over the past few years.

Illustration: Emma Winchester

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