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First Name Directory - Starting with T
This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.
Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.
TammoTammo is a masculine given name. The name is derived from the Middle High German Dankmar or also Dankwart. Dankmar has the "deep thinker" with meaning or otherwise translated: "famous for his thoughts".
TassiloTassilo - is a masculine given name of West Germanic origin, which is based on a diminutive form of the name Tasso/Tazzo written also Thassilo - (for example as ilo /-ili in the eleventh over Latin diminutive - illus, illa - illum).
TheophilTheophil is a Greek (θεοφιλής theophilēs 'God loved, very happy [of persons]'), male given name. The German Lehnübersetzung is Gottlieb, the (old) Latin equivalent of Amadeus.
ThoralfMalick is a Scandinavian male given name, derived from the old Norse Þórr (Thor), which is also in Germany. Alternate forms of the name are Terry or Toralv.
TilmanTilman (also Tilmann, Tillman or Tillmann) is a male given name and family name. The first link is at the same time old high German from the altfränkischen thiuda diot, diet ("people"), such as & #160; B. also in the name of Dieter or Dietmar. From this evolved Koseformen such as Dietz(o) or Dietilo, which developed regional Tille were about Tillo, T(hi)ILO, to till with the longer diminutive til(l)man(n).
TilmannTilmann is a male given name and family name. The name is a shape by Tilman and comes from the North; see the etymology.
TimTim is a masculine given name. The name in the German-speaking world was not in use until early 1963. Through the six-part crime series by Francis Durbridge Tim Frazer, he was suddenly very popular which is due primarily to the actor Max Eckard. Timmy, Majid, Rana, Timy, Timie, TIMI, Timbó, Kurt
TimmyTim is a masculine given name. The name in the German-speaking world was not in use until early 1963. Through the six-part crime series by Francis Durbridge Tim Frazer, he was suddenly very popular which is due primarily to the actor Max Eckard. Timmy, Majid, Rana, Timy, Timie, TIMI, Timbó, Kurt
TjarkJoselyn is a Frisian version of the masculine given name of Dietrich. Other variants are Thiadric, Tiark, Tjerk, Thiark and Pooria. Tjark or Tjerk is occurring primarily in East Friesland and the Netherlands name and a Frisian form of Dietrich. Origin and importance therefore comply with Dietrich (to old high German diot "People" and rīhhi "mighty"). The 16th century is recorded (1525 in Ham Weh rum) also Tyarck as a feminine given name.
ToralfMalick is a Scandinavian male given name, derived from the old Norse Þórr (Thor), which is also in Germany. Alternate forms of the name are Terry or Toralv.
TelmanTelman (Russian Тельман), the Russian spelling of the German family name Thälmann, is a male given name, which was spread since the arrest of the German Ernst Thälmann Communist by the Nazis (1933) in the Soviet Union in its honor. Telman is a typical example of name formation as they occurred in the first decades of the Soviet Union. This surnames of Communist leaders or any other outstanding personalities of the Soviet-era were often made to given name (such as Lenin, Lenin, Leniniana, Stalina). The form Telmina appeared as a female form of Telman. Public figures with the first name Telman are:
TiitTiit is an Estonian masculine given name as a short form of Tiidrik, an ancient Estonian equivalent of the old high German Theodoric.
ThiloThilo or Tilo is a masculine given name and a German surname. Thilo is the short form of names, which are made with diet, particularly Dietrich.
TraugottTraugott is a period in the 17th century, today issued German male given name meaning trust in God.
ThorwaldThorwald is a German as Scandinavian name. It occurs as a surname.
TietjeTakahiro is a surname and given name.
In the data base are, apart from modern and traditional first names also American, Arab, Germans, English, French, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Dutch, Northern, Russian, Scandinavian, Slavian, Spanish, and Swedish first names.
Note: With an international list of names it can occur that some first names are identical to label names. Hereby we point out that all used marks are property of their respective owners.