Tabea Tabea is a feminine given name. The name goes back to the Aramaic Tabitha 'Gazelle'.
Tabita Tabitha, Tabitha (טביתא respectively, ܛܒܝܬܐ "Gazelle") is a female personal name from the Aramaic. The resulting from the Luther Bible germanised variant of the name is t. Its also used Greek name was Ismail, which is translated in the Luther translation with "Deer". Tabitha was a disciple of Jesus from the city of Joppa to the Mediterranean Sea (now a suburb of Tel Aviv-Yafo). Tabitha was known for their warmth and helpfulness (APG 9,36-41 & #160; EU: "she did a lot of good and gave abundant alms"). During the period, in which Peter worked in the area of Joppa, Tabitha became sick and died. Peter was summoned from the nearby Lydda. He asked those present to leave the room, prayed and told "Tabitha, get up!". She opened her eyes and Peter helped her up.
Tabitha Tabitha, Tabitha (טביתא respectively, ܛܒܝܬܐ "Gazelle") is a female personal name from the Aramaic. The resulting from the Luther Bible germanised variant of the name is t. Its also used Greek name was Ismail, which is translated in the Luther translation with "Deer".
Taeko Taeko is a Japanese female given name. It can have various meanings depending on the Kanji used. Possible writing include:
Takako Takako written: タカコ, たかこ is a feminine Japanese given name.
Takeko Takeko (written: 武子 or 竹子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Takuya Takuya is a very common male Japanese given name.
Tala Tala is a Male and Female name, mostly female in today's culture. It's of Sioux Native American origins meaning "Stalking Wolf" However, it is only linked directly to one tribe so far. Most likely from Arapaho.
Tamara Tamara is a female given name most commonly derived from the Biblical name "Tamar", meaning date palm tree. In eastern European countries like Georgia, Macedonia, Russia, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Poland, and the Czech Republic it has been a common name for centuries. In Australia it was very popular from the 1960s to 1990s.
Tamiko Tamiko is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Tanisha Tanisha, meaning ambition in Sanskrit, is a feminine given name. Tanisha \t(a)-ni-sha\ is pronounced Tanīṣā. Tanisha is the feminine equivalent of the name Tanish and is primarily a first name. Persons with the name Tanisha are commonly Hindu by religion or of the Indo Aryan peoples.
Tanju Tanju is a masculine Turkish given name. Variants include Tankut, Tanrıkut; meaning blessed by God in old Turkish. It was used by Chinese as a reference to Turkic khans.
Tanushree Tanushree (hindi : तनुश्री) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian feminine given name, which means "beautiful".
Tanya Tanya is the Slavic hypocoristic of Tatiana. It is now quite commonly used as an independent given name in the English-speaking world.
Taryn Taryn is a female given name in the English-speaking world.
Tatiana Tatiana (Russian: Татьяна; also romanized as Tatyana, Tatjana, Tatianna, Tatijana, etc.) is a female name of Latin origin. The short form of the name is Tanya (Russian: Таня). Also Taunia, Tawnya, etc.
Tatjana Tatiana (Russian: Татьяна) is a Russian female name. He derives perhaps from the Sabine King of Titus Tatius or Tatianus.
Tatsuko Tatsuko (written: 立子 or たつ子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Taylan Taylan is a unisex Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Taylan" means "Elegant", "Kind", "Gracious", and/or "Long and Thin Person".
Teal Teal'c is in the English-speaking world a rarely occurring, mainly female first name, the English name of a blue green color (aquamarine, sea green, emerald green, petrol) which in turn by the color of the green-winged teal (Engl.: "Common Teal") is derived.
Teiko Teiko is the common Roman alphabet spelling of two different Japanese given names, one feminine and one masculine; they are spelled differently in Japanese.
Tejal Tejal (Devanagari : तेजल) is a Sanskrit Indian feminine given name, which means "brightness" and "lustrous".
Telse Else is a feminine given name. He else became popular due to several literary figures, such as for example the rough from the medieval epic of Wolfdietrich, the clever else, a fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm and fräulein else von Arthur Schnitzler, in the German-speaking world and was therefore considered modern until well into the 20th century. At the present time, he is considered only rarely in naming. Art figures such as Else Kling from the TV series Lindenstraße or Else Tetzlaff from a heart and a soul were not designed so that they would have to gain new popularity first name. Else is a short form of Elisabeth.
Teodora Theodora and Teodora is the feminine form of the given name Theodore, composed of the Greek words doron for 'Gift' and 'Gift' theos 'God' together and means therefore gift of God or God's gift. The common German female first name Dorothea results in reversing the order of the two parts of the name. The corresponding to this male first name of Dorotheos is common only in the ancient Greek and Byzantine Church.
Thekla Thekla is a Greek-born female given name. He comes from the Greek name "Theokleia" ("Glory of God", "the God called" or "Glory to God" by theos = God + kleos glory / glory =) queries.
Thelma Thelma is a female given name, especially in the English-speaking world.
Theodora Theodora (Greek: Θεοδώρα, Theodōra) is a feminine given name, the feminine version of Theodore, which derives from the Greek words θεός, theos, "god" and δῶρον, doron, "gift". Theodora is first attested in Mycenaean Greek, written in the Linear B syllabic script, as ????????????????, te-o-do-ra. The name Dorothy (Greek: Δωροθέα, Dōrothea) contains the same word elements in reverse order. It was the name of several saints and queens, including Theodora, a 6th-century Byzantine empress honored as a saint in the early Christian Church. Teodora, a variant, is among the top 10 most popular names for girls born in Serbia between 2003-2005.
Tomiko Tomiko (written: 都美子, 富子, トミ子 or トミコ in katakana) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Tomoka Tomoka (written: 友香, 智香, 智花 or ともか in hiragana) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Tomoko Tomoko (ともこ, トモコ) is a female Japanese given name. Like many Japanese names, Tomoko can be written using different kanji characters and can mean:
Tomoyo Tomoyo [pronounced: "to-mo-yo", "tom-oyo"] is a feminine Japanese given name. Tomoyo is a variant transcription of the name Tomoko (Japanese). The name means wise era or worldy wisdom.
Tomris Tomris is a Turkic female name used in Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan. The name is a modern Turkish derivation of Tomyris (Eastern Iranian: تهمرییش Tahm-Rayiš), an ancient Iranian Massagetae queen from Central Asia.
Toni Toni is a given name. In English, it is often female, the male version being Tony. In Finnish, it is a male name, a form of Anttoni. In Bulgarian, Toni [Тони] may refer to either a male or a female. Tony and Toni have no separate equivalents in Bulgarian and Macedonian since the Cyrillic alphabet has one letter for both "y" and "i" ("и" as in Тони). In Hungarian, Tóni is also a male name. Toni may refer to:
Tonje Tonje is a Norwegian feminine given name (6 803 people as first name) originating from Old Norse.
Toprak Tamanna (Turkish for "Earth") is a Turkish male and female first name and family name.
Torhild Torhild, also written Thorhild, Thorild Torild, is a Norwegian feminine given name.
Torill Torill, also written Toril and Thorill, is a Norwegian feminine given name.
Torun Torun (Turkish for "Grandson") is a Turkish male given name, also appears as a family name, as well as a variant of Torunn Norwegian female given name.
Toshiko Toshiko (敏子，俊子、淑子、寿子、稔子、etc.) is a very common female Japanese given name.
Trientje Trientje, also Trintje, Trijntje and Tryntje, is a low female given name. He is derived from the first name Katharina and means in the diminutive Trine with the suffix depending on the translated "little Trine".
Tsukiko Tsukiko is a Japanese feminine given name, and may refer to:
Tsuneko Tsuneko (written: 恒子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Tuba Tuba or Tuğba (also transliterated as Toba, Tooba, or Touba; Arabic: طُوبَىٰ, Ṭūbā, lit. "blessedness" ) is a female given name of Arabic origin common in Turkey. It derives from the ṭūbā tree that Muslims believe grows in heaven. The name is a modern Arabic borrowing into Turkish and has become a common female name in Turkey since the 1970s. It is often spelt Tuğba there, and that spelling has the same pronunciation as Tuba.
Tuğçe Tuğçe (pronounced [ˈtuːt͡ʃe]) is a common feminine Turkish given name. The name is a diminutive of tuğ "horse-tail", a type of rank insignia or field ensign used in the Ottoman army.
Tülay Tülay is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Tülay" may be used to express "Delicate as a tulle" and "Bright like the moon". However as Given Name it means "tulle moon" a combination of both the previous meanings.
Tülin Tülin is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Tülin" means "Halo around the moon". "Tülin", "Aylin", and "Ayla" are synonymous given names. Beside that meaning, "Tülin" also means "Mirror", according to TDK (Türk Dil Kurumu).
Tuna Tuna (IPA: [tuˈna]) is a unisex Turkish given name and surname. It means Danube in Turkish.
Tuncay Tuncay (pronounced [ˈtundʒaj]; toonj-eye) is a Turkish given name for males and a surname. People named Tuncay include:
Tünde Tünde is a Hungarian feminine given name. Derived from Hungarian tündér meaning "fairy". This name was created by the Hungarian poet Mihály Vörösmarty in the 19th century in his work Csongor és Tünde (Csongor and Tünde).
Türkân A Turkish female given name of Turkish and Persian origin is written Turkan, Türkan also. Means "Queen" or "beautiful girl".
Türker Türker is a Turkish male name which means "brave Turk". It may refer to:
Türkmen Tadesse is a Turkish female and male first name and family name.
Tuuli Tuuli is a Finnish and Estonian feminine given name and may refer to:
Tuulikki Tuulikki is a female given name common in Finland. The nameday is the 22nd of February. As of May 2015 there were close to 74,300 people with this name in Finland. In Finnish mythology, Tuulikki was the name of a Finnish forest goddess, the daughter of Tapio and Mielikki.
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