T names

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TadeuTaimaTalbot – Tamara – Tanya – TarjaTasha – TatjanaTegan – Terence – TerriTerryThalesTheresaThibault – ThomasTiffany – Tilly – TimoTinaTobyTollers – TravisTristan – TroyTuuliTyler


  • From: Portuguese form of  Thaddeus coming from Θαδδαιος (Thaddaios), the Greek form of the Aramaic name Thaddai. It’s  also possibly derived from  Θεοδωρος (Theodoros)
  • Meaning: Thaddai is derived from a word meaning “heart”. Theodoros means “gift of god”
  • Quenya: Óron (órë+[on] = heart+[masculine names suffix]) OR Erunno (Eru+anna+[o] = God+gift+[masculine names suffix])


  • From: Supposedly an uncertain native American language.
  • Meaning: Unknown
  • Quenya: Taima (orthographic equivalent only)



  • From:  English surname which was perhaps derived from a Germanic given name composed of the elements tal & bod.
  • Meaning:  Tal means “to destroy” and bod “message”.
  • Quenya: Nancarmento (nancarë+menta+[o] = vb. to destroy+n. message+[masculine names suffix])


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  • From: Russian form of Tamar, coming from Hebrew תָּמָר
  • Meaning: Palm Tree
  • Quenya: Falassaldë (falas+alda+[ë] = beach, shore+tree+[feminine names suffix])


  • From: Russian diminutive of Tatjana.
  • Meaning:  See Tatjana entry here.
  • Quenya: Tanya (orthographic equivalent)



  • From: Finnish form of Daria which is the feminine of DARIVS, the Roman form of Δαρειος (Dareios), which was the Greek form of the Persian name Dārayavahush.
  • Meaning:  Dārayavahush is composed of the elements  dâraya “to possess” and vahu“good”. 
  • Quenya: Haryamárë (harya+mára+[ë] = vb. to possess+good+[feminine names suffix])


  • From: Short form of Natasha which is the Russian diminutive of Natalya
  • Meaning: See Natalie entry here.
  • Quenya: Nostië (nosta+[ië] = birth+[feminine names suffix])


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  • From: Russian feminine form of the Roman name TATIANVS, a derivative of the Roman name TATIVS.
  • Meaning: Unknown
  • Quenya: Tatyanna (orthographic equivalent)



  • From: Derived from Welsh teg
  • Meaning: Fair
  • Quenya: Vanima (adj. fair, beautiful)


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  • From: Roman family name TERENTIVS
  • Meaning: Unknown
  • Quenya: Terentyus (orthographic equivalent in Quenya)


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  • From: Strictly feminine form of Terry or a diminutive of Theresa.
  • Meaning: See Terry and Theresa entries here.
  • Quenya: Lieturë (lië+[-tur]+{ë} = n. people+[ruler suffix]+{feminine names suffix}) OR Larincë (lairë+[-incë] = n. summer+[diminutive suffix])

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  • From: English surname which was derived from the medieval name Thierry, a Norman French form of Theodoric, composed by the elements þeud and ric. Variants include: Derrick, Derek, Dietrich, Thierry, Tiede, Tudur, Theodoricus, etc.
  • Meaning: Ruler of the people
  • Quenya: Lietur (lië+[-tur] = n. people+[ruler suffix])



  • From: Derived from Greek θαλλω (thallo)
  • Meaning: To blossom
  • Quenya: Lohtion (lohtë+[on] = n. blossom+[masculine names suffix])


  • From: Spanish and Portuguese name Teresa. Variants include: Therese, Tessa, Tereza, Thérèse, Tracy, Terry, Terezinha, Terezija, etc.
  • Meaning: Uncertain, but it could be derived from Greek θερος (theros) “summer”, from Greek θεριζω (therizo) “to harvest”, or from the name of the Greek island of Therasia.
  • Quenya: Lairë (lairë = summer) or Hostië (hosta+[ië] = to gather, to collect+[feminine names suffix])


  • From: French variant of Theobald which is derived from the Germanic elements þeud & bald. Variants include: Thibaut, Teobaldo, Tibby, Tybalt, Teo, etc.
  • Meaning: Þeud means “people” and bald “bold”
  • Quenya: Verilion (verya+lië+[on] = adj. bold+n. people+[masculine names suffix])


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  • From: Greek form of the Aramaic name תָּאוֹמָא (Ta’oma’). Variants include: Tom, Tommy, Maas, Tamás, Tomé, Tam, Foma, Twm, Tuomas, etc.
  • Meaning: Twin
  • Quenya: Onóno (onóna+[o] = twin, twin-born+[masculine names suffix])


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  • From: Medieval form of Θεοφανια (Theophania) which is the feminine form of Θεοφανης (Theophanes) derived from  θεος (theos) and φανης (phanes).
  • Meaning: θεος (theos) means “god” and φανης (phanes) “appearing”
  • Quenya: Erupantië (Eru+apantië = n. God+n. display, revealing, appearing)



  • From: Diminutive form of Matilda.
  • Meaning: Check Matilda entry here.
  • Quenya: Túrohtincë (túrë+ohta+[incë] = strength+battle+[diminutive names suffix])



  • From: Finnish form of Timothy which comes from  the Greek name Τιμοθεος (Timotheos)
  • Meaning: Honoring God
  • Quenya: Erulcaro (Eru+alcar+[o] = God+glory, honor+[masculine names suffix])



  • From: Short form of Christina, Martina, and other names ending in tina. In addition to these names, it is also used in Dutch as a diminutive of Catharina and in Croatian as a diminutive of Katarina.
  • Meaning: See Christina, Martina & Katherine entries here
  • Quenya:  Tinna (orthographic equivalent) OR any of the name’s options mentioned above.


  • From: Medieval form of Greek Τωβιας (Tobias) which originally came from Hebrew name טוֹבִיָּה (Toviyyah) .
  • Meaning: Yahweh is good
  • Quenya: Erumáron (Eru+mára+[on] = God+good+[masculine names suffix])


  • From: English nickname
  • Meaning: N/A
  • Quenya: Tolles (orthographic equivalent)


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  • From: English surname Travis, a variant of Travers which is derived from Old French traverser ultimately coming from Latin TRANSVERSARE.
  • Meaning: Traverser means “to cross”
  • Quenya: Langaro (langa+[ro] = vb. to cross, to pass over, to go over+[masculine agental suffix]


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  • From: Old French form of the Pictish name Drustan, a diminutive of Drust. It was derived from Celtic drest.
  • Meaning: Drest means “riot, tumult”
  • Quenya: Ohtacarno (ohtacarë+[ië]+{no} = vb. to make war+[gerund suffix]+{masculine names suffix}

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  • From: From a surname that originally denoted a person from the city of Troyes in France. This was also the name of the ancient city that was besieged by the Greeks in Homer’s ‘Iliad’.
  • Meaning: Unknown
  • Quenya: Toroi (orthographical equivalent as there’s no attested etymology)


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  • From: Finnish tuuli
  • Meaning: Wind
  • Quenya: Súrë (súrë = wind)


  • From: English surname
  • Meaning: Tiler of roofs
  • Quenya: Tóparo (tópa+[ro] = vb. to roof+[masculine agent suffix])

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