1001 Baby Names for Girls – How to Choose the Best for your Newborn

Baby Girl names that start with  “ T “ and their  Meaning

 

 Tabia

Egyptian, meaning ‘talented’.

Tabita

African, meaning ‘graceful’.

Tabitha

(alt. Tabatha)

Aramaic, meaning ‘gazelle’.

Tablita

Native American, meaning ‘wearing a tiara’.

Taffy

Welsh, meaning ‘much loved’.

Tahira

Arabic, meaning ‘virginal’.

Tai

Chinese, meaning ‘big’.

Taima

(alt. Taina)

Native American, meaning ‘peal of thunder’.

Taini

Native American, meaning ‘born at the time of the returning moon’.

Tajsa

Polish, meaning ‘princess’.

Taka

Japanese, meaning ‘honourable’.

Talia

(alt. Tali)

Hebrew, meaning ‘heaven’s dew’.

Taliesin

Welsh, meaning ‘shining brow’.

Talise

(alt. Talyse)

Native American, meaning ‘lovely water’.

Talitha

Aramaic, meaning ‘young girl’.

Tallulah

(alt. Taliyah)

Native American, meaning ‘leaping water’.

Talor

Hebrew, meaning ‘touched by the morning dew’.

Tama

Japanese, meaning ‘as precious as a jewel’.

Tamara

(alt. Tamera)

Hebrew, meaning ‘palm tree’.

‘Bad girl’ names

Delilah

Desdemona

Jezebel

Lilith

Pandora

Roxy

Salome

Scarlett

Tallulah

Trixie

Tamatha

(alt. Tametha)

American, meaning ‘dear Tammy’.

Tamika

(alt. Tameka)

American, meaning ‘people’.

Tammy

(alt. Tami, Tammie)

Shortened form of Tamsin, meaning ‘twin’.

Tamsin

Hebrew, meaning ‘twin’.

Tandra

African, meaning ‘beauty mark’.

Tani

Japanese, meaning ‘valley’.

Tanika

American, meaning ‘fairy queen’.

Tanis

Spanish, meaning ‘to make famous’.

Tanya

(alt. Tania, Tanya, Tonya)

Shortened form of Tatiana, meaning ‘from the Tatius clan’.

Tao

Chinese, meaning ‘peach’.

Tara

(alt. Tarah, Tera)

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘rocky hill’.

Tasha

(alt. Taisha, Tarsha)

Shortened form of Natasha, meaning ‘Christmas’.

Tatiana

(alt. Tayana)

Russian, meaning ‘from the Tatius clan’.

Tatum

English, meaning ‘light-hearted’.

Taura

Latin, meaning ‘like a bull’.

Tawny

(alt. Tawanaa, Tawnee, Tawnya)

English, meaning ‘golden brown’.

Taya

Greek, meaning ‘poor one’.

Taylor

(alt. Tayler)

English, meaning ‘tailor’.

Tazanna

Native American, meaning ‘princess’.

Tazara

Arabic, meaning ‘elegance’.

Tea

Greek, meaning ‘goddess’.

Teagan

(alt. Teague, Tegan)

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘poet’.

Teal

English, from the bird of the same name.

Tecla

Greek, meaning ‘fame of God’.

Tegan

Welsh, meaning ‘pretty’.

Tehila

Hebrew, meaning ‘song of praise’.

Teigra

Rumantsch, meaning ‘tigress’.

Teja

Indian, meaning ‘radiant’.

Tekli

Polish, meaning ‘glory of god’.

Telyn

Welsh, meaning ‘harp’.

Temima

Hebrew, meaning ‘perfect’.

Spelling options

C vs K (Catherine or Katherine)

E vs I (Alex or Alix)

G vs J (Geri or Jerry)

N vs NE (Ann or Anne)

O vs OU (Honor or Honour)

S vs Z (Susie or Suzie)

Y vs IE (Carry or Carrie)

Temperance

English, meaning ‘virtue’.

Tempest

French, meaning ‘storm’.

Teresa

(alt. Terese, Tereza, Theresa, Therese)

Greek, meaning ‘harvest’.

Terra

Latin, meaning ‘earth’.

Terry

(alt. Teri, Terrie)

Shortened form of Teresa, meaning ‘harvest’.

Tessa

(alt. Tess, Tessie)

Shortened form of Teresa, meaning ‘harvest’.

Tevy

Cambodian, meaning ‘angel’.

Thais

Greek, from the mythological heroine of the same name.

Thalia

Greek, meaning ‘blooming’.

Thandi

(alt. Thana)

Arabic, meaning ‘thanksgiving’.

Thea

Greek, meaning ‘goddess’.

Theda

German, meaning ‘people’.

Thelma

Greek, meaning ‘will’.

Thema

African, meaning ‘queen’.

Theodora

Greek, meaning ‘gift of God’.

Theodosia

Greek, meaning ‘gift of God’.

Theora

Greek, meaning ‘watcher’.

Thisbe

Greek, from the mythological heroine of the same name.

Thomasina

(alt. Thomasin, Thomasine, Thomasyn)

Greek, meaning ‘twin’.

Thora

Scandinavian, meaning ‘Thor’s struggle’.

Thu

Vietnamese, meaning ‘born during autumn’.

Thy

Greek, meaning ‘untamed’.

Tia

(alt. Tiana)

Spanish, meaning ‘aunt’.

Tiara

Latin, meaning ‘jewelled headband’.

Tien

Vietnamese, meaning ‘fairy child’.

Tierney

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘Lord’.

Tierra

(alt. Tiera)

Spanish, meaning ‘land’.

Tiffany

(alt. Tiffani, Tiffanie)

Greek, meaning ‘God’s appearance’.

Tigerlily

English, meaning ‘an orange flower with black spots’.

Tiggy

Shortened form of Tigris, meaning ‘tiger’.

Tigris

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘tiger’.

Tilda

Shortened form of Matilda, meaning ‘battle-mighty’.

Tillie

(alt. Tilly)

Shortened form of Matilda, meaning ‘battle’mighty’.

Timea

American, meaning ‘honour God’.

Spring names

April

Andromeda

Cerelia

Ceres

Kelda

May

Primavera

Verda

Verna

Timila

Indian, meaning ‘musical instrument’.

Timothea

Greek, meaning ‘honouring God’.

Tina

(alt. Teena, Tena)

Shortened form of Christina, meaning ‘anointed Christian’.

Tipper

Irish, meaning ‘a well’.

Tira

Indian, meaning ‘arrow’.

Tirion

Welsh, meaning ‘kind and gentle’.

Tirzah

Hebrew, meaning ‘pleasantness’.

Titania

Greek, meaning ‘giant’.

Toby

(alt. Tobi)

Hebrew, meaning ‘God is good’.

Tomoko

Japanese, meaning ‘intelligent’.

Toni

(alt. Tony)

Latin, meaning ‘invaluable’.

Tonia

(alt. Tonja, Tonya)

Russian, meaning ‘praiseworthy’.

Topaz

Latin, meaning ‘golden gemstone’.

Topper

English, meaning ‘excellent’.

Tori

(alt. Tora)

Shortened form of Victoria, meaning ‘victory’.

Tosha

Swahili, meaning ‘satisfaction’.

Totole

Native American, meaning ‘star’.

Tova

(alt. Tovah, Tove)

Hebrew, meaning ‘good’.

Tracy

(alt. Tracey, Tracie)

Greek, meaning ‘harvest’.

Tress

English, meaning ‘long hair’.

Treva

Welsh, meaning ‘homestead’.

Trianna

American, meaning ‘gracious’.

Tricia

Shortened form of Patricia, meaning ‘aristocratic’.

Trilby

English, meaning ‘vocal trills’.

Trina

(alt. Trena)

Greek, meaning ‘pure’.

Trinh

Vietnamese, meaning ‘pure’.

Trinity

Latin, meaning ‘triad’.

Trisha

Shortened form of Patricia, meaning ‘noble’.

Triska

Slavic, meaning ‘silver’.

Trista

Latin, meaning ‘sad’.

Tristan

Celtic, mythological name meaning ‘tumult’.

Triveni

Indian, meaning ‘where the sacred rivers meet’.

Trixie

Shortened form of Beatrix, meaning ‘bringer of gladness’.

Trudy

(alt. Tru, Trudie)

Shortened form of Gertrude, meaning ‘strength of a spear’.

Tullia

Spanish, meaning ‘bound for glory’.

Tumani

Swahili, meaning ‘hope’.

Tunder

Hungarian, meaning ‘fairy’.

Tuyen

Vietnamese, meaning ‘angel’.

Tuyet

Vietnamese, meaning ‘snow’.

Twilight

English, meaning ‘dusk’.

Twyla

(alt. Twila)

American, meaning ‘star’.

Tyler

English, meaning ‘tiler’.

Tynan

Irish, meaning ‘dark’.

Tyra

Scandinavian, meaning ‘Thor’s struggle’.

Tzeitel

Hebrew, meaning ‘princess’.

Tzila

Hebrew, meaning ‘shadow’.

Tzipporah

Hebrew, meaning ‘bird’.

Autumn names

Autumn

Cedar

Demetria

Hazel

Juniper

Octavia

September

Theresa

Tracey

Willow

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