All Elements

usage
type
tiare Tahitian
Tahitian word meaning "flower".
tiên Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of xiān.
tigerna Old Irish
Old Irish word meaning "lord, ruler".
tigernos Ancient Celtic (Hypothetical)
Celtic word meaning "lord, ruler".
tigirn Old Welsh
Old Welsh word meaning "king".
tikhu тихъ Medieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "quiet".
timao τιμάω Ancient Greek
Greek element meaning "to honour".
tíng 1 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "courtyard".
tíng 2 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "pretty, graceful".
tiro Late Roman
Vulgar Latin word meaning "to pull".
tirtha तीर्थ Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "sacred water, place of pilgrimage".
tisis τίσις Ancient Greek
Greek element meaning "vengeance".
tiuf Old High German
Old High German word meaning "deep".
tlao τλάω Ancient Greek
Greek element meaning "to endure, to suffer".
to 1 Japanese
Japanese on reading of dǒu.
to 2 Japanese
Japanese nanori reading of xiáng.
to 3 Japanese
Japanese nanori reading of rén.
1 Japanese
Japanese kan'on reading of téng.
2 Japanese
Japanese kan'on reading of dōng.
toa Polynesian, Tahitian
Polynesian word meaning "warrior".
todde Medieval English
Middle English word meaning "fox".
togan Medieval Turkic
Turkic word meaning "hawk, falcon".
toivodak Medieval Finnic
Finnic word meaning "to hope".
toln Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "toll, fee, tax".
tomi Japanese
Japanese kun reading of .
tomiti томити Medieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "to torture".
tomo 1 Japanese
Japanese nanori reading of zhì.
tomo 2 Japanese
Japanese kun reading of péng.
tömör төмөр Mongolian
Mongolian word meaning "iron".
ton English
Phonetic element /tʌn/ in English names (often in an unstressed final position, as /tən/ or /ʔən/).
tóng Chinese
Chinese character meaning "pupil of the eye".
tonsus Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "shaved".
topt Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "homestead".
tori Japanese
Japanese kun reading of niǎo.
tornare Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "turn".
tornus Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "lathe" (of Greek origin).
tōru 1 Japanese
Japanese kun reading of chè.
tōru 2 Japanese
Japanese kun reading of hēng.
toshi 1 Japanese
Japanese kun reading of mǐn.
toshi 2 Japanese
Japanese kun reading of jùn.
toshi 3 Japanese
Japanese nanori reading of .
toshi 4 Japanese
Japanese nanori reading of shū.
tót Hungarian
Hungarian word meaning "Slovak" or "Slovene".
toutā Ancient Celtic (Hypothetical)
Celtic word meaning "people, tribe".
tov טוֹב Ancient Hebrew
Hebrew word meaning "good".
trajati Medieval Slavic
Slavic word meaning "to last, to endure".
trần Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of chén.
trang Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of zhuāng.
transversare Late Roman
Late Latin word meaning "to cross".
tre English
Phonetic element /tɹeɪ/ in English names (typically African American, sometimes unstressed in the initial position, as /tɹə/). It can be realized in spelling as tre or tray.
tref Old Welsh
Welsh word meaning "village, settlement".
tremble French
French word meaning "aspen".
treo τρέω Ancient Greek
Greek word meaning "to fear, to flee".
treowe Medieval English
Old English word meaning "true".
trí Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of zhì.
trinh Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of zhēn.
tropos τρόπος Ancient Greek
Greek element meaning "direction, manner, fashion".
trúc Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of zhú.
tryphe τρυφή Ancient Greek
Greek element meaning "softness, delicacy".
tsa ცა Georgian
Georgian word meaning "sky, heaven".
tsetseg цэцэг Mongolian
Mongolian word meaning "flower".
tshepo Southern African, Sotho
Sotho-Tswana word meaning "hope".
tsubaki 椿 Japanese
Japanese kun reading of chūn.
tsubame Japanese
Japanese kun reading of yàn.
tsubasa Japanese
Japanese kun reading of .
tsuki Japanese
Japanese kun reading of yuè.
tsuku Japanese
Japanese nanori reading of yuè.
tsukuda Japanese
Means "cultivated rice field", a Japanese kun reading of diàn.
tsumi Japanese
Japanese nanori reading of zhāi.
tsuno Japanese
Japanese kun reading of jiǎo.
Tswana Southern African, Tswana
Tswana word referring to the Tswana people. It might be related to tswa "to go out" or tshwana "to resemble".
1 图, 圖 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "chart, map".
2 Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of xiù.
tuân Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of zūn.
túath Old Irish
Old Irish word meaning "people, country".
tuba Old High German
Old High German word meaning "dove".
tufa Late Roman
Late Latin word meaning "helmet crest".
tuğrul Turkish
Turkish word meaning "turul bird".
tuile Old Irish
Old Irish word meaning "flooding, abundance".
tukati Medieval Slavic
Slavic word meaning "weave".
tukultu Akkadian
Akkadian word meaning "trust, faith, hope".
tule Medieval Finnic
Finnic word meaning "wind".
tulga тулга Mongolian
Mongolian word meaning "cooking stand".
tumelo Southern African, Sotho
Sotho-Tswana word meaning "faith".
tun Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "enclosure, yard, town".
turris Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "tower" (of Greek origin).
türük Medieval Turkic
Old Turkic word meaning "Turk".
tushara तुषार Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "cold, frost, snow".
tut Old Welsh
Old Welsh word meaning "people, country".
tuya туяа Mongolian
Mongolian word meaning "ray, beam".
tuyến Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of xiàn.
tuyết Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of xuě.
twt Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian word meaning "image, picture, likeness".
ty English
Phonetic element /taɪ/ in English names.
tyche τύχη Ancient Greek
Greek word meaning "chance, luck, fortune".
tysk Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
Scandinavian word meaning "German".
tzachaq צָחַק Ancient Hebrew
Hebrew word meaning "to laugh, to play".
tzafan צָפַן Ancient Hebrew
Hebrew word meaning "to hide, to treasure".
tzedeq צֶדֶק Ancient Hebrew
Hebrew word meaning "justice, righteousness".
tzevi צְבִי Ancient Hebrew
Hebrew word meaning "gazelle, roebuck".
tzur צוּר Ancient Hebrew
Hebrew word meaning "rock, cliff".
u 1 祐, 우 Korean
Korean reading of yòu.
u 2 雨, 우 Korean
Korean reading of .
u 3 宇, 우 Korean
Korean reading of .
u 4 佑, 우 Korean
Korean reading of yòu.
u 5 Japanese
Japanese goon reading of .
u 6 Japanese
Japanese goon reading of yòu.
uchi 内, 內 Japanese
Japanese kun reading of nèi.
ud Sumerian
Sumerian word meaning "sun".
udara उदर Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "belly, stomach".
ue Japanese
Japanese kun reading of shàng.
uhta Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "before dawn".
uʻi Hawaiian
Hawaiian word meaning "youth, beauty".
úlfr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "wolf".
ulmus Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "elm tree".
'ulwiy عُلْوِيّ Arabic
Arabic word meaning "exalted, high".
ume Japanese
Japanese kun reading of méi (referring to the tree known as the Chinese plum or Japanese apricot, species Prunus mume).
'umr عمر Arabic
Arabic word meaning "life".
undar Old Saxon
Old Low German word meaning "under".
under Anglo-Saxon, Ancient Germanic (Hypothetical)
Old English word meaning "under".
unna Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "love".
unnr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "to wave, to billow".
untar Old High German
Old High German word meaning "under".
unus Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "one".
upp Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "up".
'ur אוּר Ancient Hebrew
Hebrew word meaning "light, flame".
ur Basque
Basque word meaning "water".
ura Japanese
Japanese character meaning "bay, inlet", a kun reading of .
ursus Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "bear (animal)".
urta Sumerian
Sumerian word meaning "ear of barley".
urvi उर्वी Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "wide, earth".
uttama उत्तम Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "highest".
vacca Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "cow".
vaditi вадити Medieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "to accuse".
vai Tahitian
Tahitian word meaning "water".
valdr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "power, leader, ruler".
valens Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "strong, vigorous, healthy".
valkyrja Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "Valkyrie", derived from Old Norse valr "the slain" and kyrja "chooser".
vallis Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "valley".
valr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "the dead, the slain (of battle)".
vân Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of yún.
văn Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of wén.
van Dutch
Dutch word meaning "from".
vangr Old High German
Old Norse word meaning "meadow".
vanr Old Norse
Old Norse word referring to a member of the Vanir group of gods.
vara वर Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "blessing, boon".
vard վարդ Ancient Armenian
Old Armenian word meaning "rose".
varga Hungarian
Hungarian word meaning "cobbler".
vargas Spanish
Dialectal Spanish word meaning variously "hut, slope, pastureland".
vargr Old High German
Old Norse word meaning "outlaw, wolf".
varna वर्ण Sanskrit
Sanskrit element meaning "colour".
varr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "vigilant, cautious".
varsha वर्ष Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "rain".
varðr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "guard, guardian".
vastag Hungarian
Hungarian word meaning "thick, stout".
vasundhara वसुंधरा Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "possessor of wealth".
vati वती Sanskrit
Sanskrit suffix meaning "resemblance, having".
vatra Croatian
Croatian word meaning "fire".
vatsa वत्स Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "beloved, dear".
veche Medieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "more", a comparative form of veli.
veda वेद Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "knowledge".
vedru ведръ Medieval Slavic
Slavic word meaning "clear, cheerful".
vee English
Phonetic element /vi/ in English names.
vegr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "way, path, road".
veig Old Norse
Old Norse element possibly meaning "strength".
veli вель Medieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "great".
veliku великъ Medieval Slavic
Slavic word meaning "great".
velji Medieval Baltic
Baltic word meaning "brother".
veneti Ancient Roman
Latin word referring to a people who lived in northeastern Italy.
vér 1 Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "warrior, fighter".
vér 2 Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "holy man".
vera вѣра Medieval Slavic
Slavic word meaning "faith".
veselu веселъ Medieval Slavic
Slavic word meaning "cheerful".
vesper Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "evening, west".
vest вест Medieval Slavic
South Slavic word meaning "message, news".
vestr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "west".
Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "holy, priest".
vibhava विभव Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "power, majesty".
vicarius Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "substitute, deputy".
victor Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "victor, conqueror".
vicus Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "village".
vidu видъ Medieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "sight, view".
viện Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of yuàn.
việt Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of yuè.
víg Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "war, battle".
vil Medieval Baltic
Baltic element meaning "hope".
vili Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "will, desire".
vilja Medieval Finnic
Finnic word meaning "grain, cereal".
vilku вьлкъ Medieval Slavic
Slavic word meaning "wolf".
villa Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "country house, estate".
ville Medieval French
Old French word meaning "town, city".
vimala विमल Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "clean, pure, spotless".
vinaya विनय Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "leading, guidance, modesty".
vincere Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "to win, to defeat".
vinda विन्द Sanskrit
Sanskrit element meaning "finding".
vindr Old Norse
Old Norse element possibly meaning "victor".
vinh Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of róng.
vinr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "friend".
vintr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "winter".
vinum Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "wine".
viola Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "violet flower".
viorea Romanian
Romanian word for the alpine squill flower (species Scilla bifolia) or the sweet violet flower (species Viola odorata).
vipina विपिन Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "forest, thicket".
vipula विपुल Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "large, extensive, plenty".
vira वीर Sanskrit
Sanskrit element meaning "hero, man, brave".
viridis Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "green, young".
vishala विशाल Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "wide, broad, spacious".
vishina Medieval Slavic
Slavic word meaning "sour cherry".
visi вьсь Medieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "all".
vit Medieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "master, lord".
víðir Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "willow".
víðr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "wide, large".
viðr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "tree, wood".
viveka विवेक Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning "wisdom, distinction, discrimination".
vivere Ancient Roman
Latin word meaning "to live".
vizkr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "wise".
vladeti владѣти Medieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "to rule, to control", from the root волдѣти (voldeti).
vlaming Medieval Dutch
Middle Dutch word meaning "Fleming, person from Flanders".
vlasti власть Medieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "power, rule, sovereignty", from the root волсть (volsti).
vojevoda Medieval Slavic
Slavic title meaning "warlord".
voji Medieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "warrior, soldier".
volhu волхъ Medieval Slavic
Slavic word meaning "foreigner, Celt, Roman", ultimately of Germanic origin.
vǫllr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "meadow, field".
von English
Phonetic element /vɑn/ in English names.
vǫr Old Norse
Feminine form of varr.
vorna Medieval Slavic
Slavic word meaning "crow".
vörös Hungarian
Hungarian word meaning "red".
vrá Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "corner, nook".
vratiti вратити Medieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "to return, to turn", from the root вортити (vortiti).
vrda Ancient Persian (Hypothetical)
Old Persian word meaning "flower, rose".
vrom Medieval German
Middle High German word meaning "noble, honourable".
vrome Medieval Dutch
Middle Dutch word meaning "pious, devout".
Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of .
vyd Medieval Baltic
Baltic element meaning "to see".
vyeku Medieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "age".
vyti Medieval Baltic
Baltic element meaning "to drive away".
wa Japanese
Japanese goon reading of .
wacar Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "vigilant".
wacu Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wake, vigil".
wad Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "to go".
waddi Ancient Germanic
Frankish word meaning "wager, pledge".
wægn Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wagon".
wæter Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "water".
wagan Old High German
Old High German word meaning "wagon".
wai Polynesian
Polynesian word meaning "water".
wald 1 Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "power, leader, ruler".
wald 2 Old High German
Old High German word meaning "forest".
waleis Medieval French
Norman French word meaning "foreigner, Celt", ultimately of Germanic origin.
walha Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "foreigner, Celt" (probably derived from the name of the Celtic tribe of the Volcae).
wali ولِي Arabic
Arabic word meaning "guardian, friend".
walos Ancient Celtic (Hypothetical)
Celtic word meaning "chief".
wandal Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "Vandal", referring to the Germanic tribe.
wáng Chinese
Chinese character meaning "king, monarch".
wàng Chinese
Chinese character meaning "gaze, hope".
wang Old High German
Old High German word meaning "meadow".
wangi Malay
Malay word meaning "fragrant".
wango Ancient Germanic
Germanic word meaning "cheek".
war Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "vigilant, cautious".
wara Japanese
Means "meadow, field, plain", from a Japanese nanori reading of yuán.
warda Late Roman
Late Latin word meaning "guard, guardian", of Germanic origin.
warderobe Medieval French
Old French word meaning "wardrobe".
warin Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "guard, protect".
wark ወርቅ Eastern African, Amharic
Amharic word meaning "gold".
wart Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "guard, guardian".
wata Japanese
Japanese kun reading of .
watar Old Dutch
Old Dutch word meaning "water".
wazzar Old High German
Old High German word meaning "water".
wealcan Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to move".
weald 1 Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "power, leader, ruler".
weald 2 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "forest".
wealh Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "foreigner, Celt".
weall Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wall".
weard Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "guard, guardian".
weban Old High German
Old High German word meaning "to weave".
wefa Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "wife, woman".
wefan Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to weave".
weg Anglo-Saxon, Old High German, Old Dutch
Germanic word meaning "way, path, road".
wehi Hawaiian
Hawaiian word meaning "adornment".
wehsal Old High German
Old High German word meaning "to change".
wèi 卫, 衛 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "guard, protect".
wěi 伟, 偉 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "great, robust, extraordinary".
wēi 1 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "power, pomp".
wēi 2 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "high, lofty, towering".
wēi 3 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "small".
wēi 4 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "fern".
wela Ancient Germanic
Germanic word possibly meaning "skilled, artful".
wén 1 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "literature, culture, writing".
wén 2 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "cloud patterns".
wēn 温, 溫 Chinese
Chinese character meaning "warm".
weoh Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "idol, image".
weosule Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "weasel".
wer 1 Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "true".
wer 2 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "dam, weir".
werra Late Roman
Late Latin word meaning "war", of Germanic origin.
wert Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "worthy".
west Anglo-Saxon, Old High German, Old Dutch
Germanic word meaning "west".
wīc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "village, town", ultimately from Latin vicus.
wid Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "wide".
wig Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "war, battle".
wijk Dutch
Dutch word meaning "neighbourhood, district", ultimately from Latin vicus.