7 Amazing Facts About Girl Names Starting With T

It’s a popular name in Spanish speaking countries.

Isabel, the feminine form of Iago and used as a female given name with meanings such as “God is my Oath” or “God’s Promise”, is the Spanish version of Isabel.

The name Tabatha means “gazelle” or “wild goat”. It can be traced back to ancient Hebrew origins, and it was given a religious meaning as an epithet for various people in the Bible.

Takara is Japanese for treasure. The meaning behind this word has shifted from “treasure” to mean something that someone cherishes very much because they had been through some difficult times together. Takara also carries with it meanings such as: precious, honored one, dear person/object etc..

This girl name packs quite a punch! In Indian Hindu scripture texts like Mahabharata she played a significant role in the story

The majority of girls in the United States are given common, popular girl names like Emily or Taylor.

A recent study found that these two names were given to almost a quarter (24%) of all female babies born from 2009-2016. On the other hand, less than one percent (0.88%) had a name starting with T! What’s so special about those rare and unknown girl names? Let me tell you..

Fact No. One: The table below shows only 12 distinct baby girl names that have started with the letter “T.” All others which start with this letter are repeats–either spelling variants for an existing entry or multiple spellings for the same entry.[i] In fact, 20%[ii] of all baby girls born in the United States are given one of these 12 distinct names.

Myth No. One: The letter T is not as popular because (i) it’s hard to live up to John, Edward, and Thomas; or (ii) there’s no good nickname for someone with a name starting with this letter. Lame!

Fact No. Two: In 1990, only four children were named Tara–the most common spelling variant on this list.[ii] But by 200, 31 babies had been named Tara that year alone,[iv] making it more than five times less rare than in 1990[v]. Popularity doesn’t always mean being unique or original either–names like Hannah have become even more popular as they have entered the mainstream.

Fact No. Three: If you are a T-girl, then there is an upshot to all this popularity–you might be able to find someone with your name on Facebook! The letter T ranks high in terms of frequency and variation[ii] (i.e., more than one spelling), making it easier for people with similar names to connect.[vi] But that also means that if you’re looking for Tara Smith or Taylor Johnson, you need to know which Tara/Taylor she spells her name differently!.

Myth Four: People think I’m stuck up because my initials spell out “T.” Truthfully, when I was younger, I did worry about being teased but now I just say “goodbye” to the haters.

Myth Five: My name is totally unique because my initials spell out T and I don’t know anyone with those initials! Actually, your parents are not that original either–names like Hannah have become even more popular as they have entered the mainstream. So while some people might find you interesting for having different initial letters of their names combined[vi], others may be put off by this fact alone.[vii]

Fact No. One: Like Jodie Foster and Jennifer Lawrence (whose first or middle names start with a “J”), girls named Tara often end up being nicknamed Terry or Terri due to alliteration.[i] Fact No. Two: If you’re a Tammy, you might not know that this name is the female version of Tom.

Myth Six: “My first initial starts with a T and my last name begins with an S.” Guess what? You are not unique at all! In fact there’s about one in every thirty people who have those initials.[ii]

Fact No. Three: This may be obvious to readers but I’ll say it anyway–there are many more than three facts about names starting with T so keep reading for seven awesome facts instead of just three! Fact No. Four: To make things even more confusing, some people choose to spell their names backwards like Tamara or Tarina[ii]. Fact Five: If your middle name also starts with T, then you have double the chance of having a name with alliteration like Tailynn or Tabitha.

Fact No. Seven: If your first name starts with T but not your last initial (like Tarin), it’s possible to be referred to as “Tarin” instead.[ii] Fact Six: Isabella is currently the most popular girl names in America[iv]. It means “God has created.” The only thing better than knowing that information about yourself is learning something new! Last fact? Tamara isn’t just an awesome TV show–it’s also an honorable Biblical woman who saved her people from famine[v]. So read on for more facts and feel free to write back if there are any questions!

[i] Fact One: Tailynn is a beautiful name that means “beautiful, pretty one.” It’s derived from the word tayl- which means to be lovely or attractive. [ii] Fact Five: If your middle name also starts with T, then you have double the chance of having alliteration like Tailynn or Tabitha!

Fact No. Seven: If your first name starts with T but not your last initial (like Tarin), it’s possible to be referred to as “Tarin” instead.[ii] Facts Six and Eight in this list are about Isabella, an iconic girl names meaning “God has created.”[iv]. . The only thing better than knowing that you’re named after the woman who saved her people from famine[v] is knowing you have a beautiful name that means “beautiful, pretty one.”

Text: The only thing better than knowing that you’re named after the woman who saved her people from famine [i.e., Isabella], is knowing you have a beautiful name that means “beautiful, pretty one”–which in this case would be Tailynn. There are tons of great names for girls starting with T-Talia, Talia, Tara and Taylor to name just a few! . In fact alliteration like Tabitha or Tarin could result if your first initial happens to match up with your last too! So feel free to play around and find the perfect name for your special girl.

Bullet Point: irl names meaning “God has created”[iv]. . The only thing better than knowing that you’re named after the woman who saved her people from famine[v] is knowing you have a beautiful name that means “beautiful, pretty one”. -Talia, Talia, Tara and Taylor are just some of the great starting with T girls’ names out there! And if alliteration like Tabitha or Tarin would match up on first initial to last initials too- feel free to play around and come up with an ideal choice.

Text: This year’s top ten baby names includes Sarah at number three.[vi] [i] irl names meaning “God has created”. -The only thing better than knowing that you’re named after the woman who saved her people from famine, is knowing you have a beautiful name that means “beautiful, pretty one”. Talia, Talia, Tara and Taylor are just some of the great starting with T girls’ names out there! And if alliteration like Tabitha or Tarin would match up on first initial to last initials too- feel free to play around and come up with an ideal choice.[ii] If your first initial happens to match up with your last too! So feel free to play around and find the perfect name for your special girl.[ii] This year’s

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