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Gender: M Pronunciation: TAL-eh-sin Meaning of Taliesin: "shining brow" Origin of Taliesin: Welsh

This unusual Welsh mythological name just might appeal to architect parents wishing to honor Frank Lloyd Wright, who called his two famous residences Taliesin and Taliesin West.

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Famous People Named Taliesin

Taliesin Ben Beirdd, 6th century, a renowned Welsh poet of the middle ages

Taliesin Williams, 1787–1847, son of the literary forger Iolo Morganwg

Pop Culture References for the name Taliesin

Taliesin, the first name of the character in the Arthurian legend that was more commonly known as "Merlin."
Taliesen is a minor character in "Dragon Age: Origins."

Tallis, Tallas