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Gender: M Pronunciation: tib-ALT Meaning of Tybalt: "from bold people" Origin of Tybalt: Medieval form of Theobald "from bold people"

Similar in sound to the French "Thibault", which is far more popular, Tybalt is best known as the bloodlustful and brawling cousin of Juliet in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Perhaps this connotation has kept parents from using Tybalt. However, given the recent fad for all things Theo, Tybalt might offer a familiar yet unusual option for parents who like the meaning but want to swim against the current. Cute nicknames Ty and Tibby might also appeal.

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Pop Culture References for the Name Tybalt

Tybalt, from Romeo and Juliet
Anglicized spelling of Thibault

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