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70 Baby Girl Names That Start with T

Team PeanutTeam Peanut7 months ago7 min read

From popular names like Taylor, Tamara, and Tania to the less common ones like Tullulah and Turua, there’s a tender tempo to names that begin with T.

Girl Names That Start with T

Shorter, punchier T names seem popular at the moment – just look at Tala, Tate and Taya – but that doesn’t mean that you can’t opt for something longer, like Tabitha or Tiffany.

We’ve put a list of terrific T names together for you – take a look below.

In this article 📝

  • Top 10 T names for girls
  • Popular baby girl names with T
  • Girls’ names that start with T from indigenous cultures
  • Unique girl names that start with T

Top 10 T names for girls

  1. Tala: Tala has been a popular girls’ name since the late 1990s and is showing no sign of slipping. It’s a Native American name that means “stalking wolf”.
  2. Talani: An American name that many seem to love.
  3. Tallulah: This one is skyrocketing in popularity at the moment. It’s a Native American name that means “running water”.
  4. Tate: A gender-neutral name that all but disappeared in the 1980s, Tate is back on the popularity charts. It means “cheerful”.
  5. Taya: This is a Russian girls’ name.
  6. Tayce: A French name, Tayce means “silence”.
  7. Teoni: A Greek name, Teoni means “God’s name”.
  8. Trinity: Any Matrix fans out there? Trinity means “triad” and refers to the Holy Trinity in Christianity.
  9. Tristan: This name works for both boys and girls and means “sad”. Don’t take it too literally though, Tristan has many heroic references in literature.
  10. Tylee: Related to the name Tyler, Tylee seems to be becoming more common these days.

Popular baby girl names with T

  1. Tabitha: A name of Aramaic origin – from the ancient region of what is now Syria – Tabitha means “gazelle”.
  2. Talia: Talia is an Australian name. It means “near waters”.
  3. Tamara: Meaning “date palm”, Tamara is of Hebrew origin.
  4. Tamasine: An alternative to Tamsin.
  5. Tammy: A diminutive of Tamara, Tammy can also stand on its own.
  6. Tania: Tania is a Russian name originally spelled with a “y”: Tanya.
  7. Tao: “Long life” in Chinese.
  8. Tapanga: This name means “sweet” and “unpredictable” in Hebrew – a perfect name for little girls.
  9. Tara: Tara means “hill” or “star”. Irish kings once lived on Ancient Tara, which was where the stone of destiny was held, and Tara is the wife of Shiva in Hindi mythology.
  10. Taryn: An English name, Taryn means “thunder”.
  11. Tatiana: Many little girls will love this one, it means “fairy princess” in Russian.
  12. Taylin: Taylin is a variation of the English girls’ name Tayla.
  13. Taylor: The most popular T name for girls since 2009, this classic refers to the trade of tailoring. Still trendy today, it’s often used for both boys and girls. Swifties will love it.
  14. Teagan: An Irish last name originally, Teagan is now a common first name that means “poet” or “philosopher”. It works as a boys’ name, too.
  15. Tehila: “Praise song” in Hebrew.
  16. Teresa: A Greek name, Teresa means “late summer”.
  17. Terry: Of German origin, Terry means “power of the tribe”. It can be used for boys, too.
  18. Tessa: This one has a very literal meaning, but your baby doesn’t have to be your fourth child for you to love the name, which means exactly that.
  19. Thalia: Doesn’t any parent want their child to flourish? Well, that’s what Thalia means: “flourishing”.
  20. Thea: In Greek mythology, Thea is the goddess of light, as well as mother of the sun, moon, and dawn. The name means “goddess”.
  21. Theo: A unisex name, Theo has Greek roots and means “brave people”.
  22. Tia: This Spanish name means “aunt”.
  23. Tiana: Related to Tatiana, Tiana means “princess” in Russian.
  24. Tilly: Meaning “mighty in battle”, Tilly is a variant of Matilda. It’s becoming more and more popular at the moment.
  25. Tiffany: “Revelation of God” is what Tiffany means. It’s originally Greek.
  26. Toia: A variant of the Spanish name Toya.
  27. Tola: The Polish word for “priceless”.
  28. Tori: A common shortening of Victoria, Tori can also stand on its own. It means “bird” in Japanese.
  29. Trind: For your pure sweet baby, how about this Swedish word for “pure”?
  30. Treasure: You can take this British name literally for your new baby treasure. Its popularity is on the up and up.
  31. Trish: Believe it or not, Trish is the feminine form of Patrick. It means “noble or “well born”.
  32. Truth: A name clear in its intentions.
  33. Tyler: A unisex name, Tyler has declined in popularity a bit, but it’s still very common.
  34. Tristessa: You can almost hear it in the ring of the name, Tristessa means “bold”.

Girls’ names that start with T from indigenous cultures

  1. Taborri: A Native American name meaning “voices that carry”
  2. Tacincala: A Native American name meaning “deer”.
  3. Taima: A Native American name meaning “crash of thunder”.
  4. Tainn: A Native American name meaning “new moon”. It can also be spelled Tayen.
  5. Talia: An aboriginal name meaning “near water”.
  6. Tallara: An aboriginal name meaning “rain”.
  7. Tarana: An aboriginal name meaning “large waterhole”.
  8. Tarra: An aboriginal name meaning “creek”.
  9. Tathra: An aboriginal name meaning “beautiful country”.
  10. Tatya: An aboriginal name meaning “goanna”.
  11. Tinka: An aboriginal name meaning “the day”.
  12. Tirranna: An aboriginal name meaning “running water”.
  13. Toora: An aboriginal name meaning “a woman”.

Unique girl names that start with T

  1. Takako: This girls’ name you aren’t expected to find often.
  2. Tanitra: “Song” in Hebrew.
  3. Taran: A Gaelic name, Taran means “thunder”.
  4. Tecla: Greek for “God’s Glory”, Saint Thecla is believed to be the first female Christian martyr.
  5. Teina: An Old English name that means “river”.
  6. Terrell: Usually a boys’ name, but also a girls’, the Norse name Terrell is pronounced TARE-el.
  7. Tirzah: This Hebrew name means “pleasant”.
  8. Toakase: “A woman of the sea” in Tonga.
  9. Toyo: A Japanese word for “beautiful”.
  10. Troi: Nab this name while you can, Troi is climbing the charts. It can be used as a boys’ name, too.
  11. Turua: A beautiful name for your beautiful baby girl. It’s of Polynesian origin and means “beautiful”.
  12. Twyla: You might know this one if you loved the series Schitt’s Creek. It means “twilight”.
  13. Tyne: The name of an English river, Tyne can be a boy or a girl’s name.

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