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Girl Names Starting With T

Girls' names beginning with T are stylish, but not trendy, with not a single T name for girls currently featuring in the US Top 100.

But that cool T initial gets more love internationally. Thea ranks in the England and Wales Top 100, its French form Théa joins Thaïs in France's Top 100, and in Canada Taylor still ranks in the Top 100 baby names for girls.

Along with Thea and Taylor, girl names starting with T in the US Top 500 include Trinity, Teagan, Tessa, Talia and Tatum.

More unusual girl names with the initial T include extravagant options like Tallulah, Theodora and Tatiana, virtue names like Temperance and True, and intriguing international gems like Tove, Tesni and Tamar.

Featured here, our all-inclusive lineup of girl names beginning with T. The top names below rank among the current US Top 1000 Baby Names and are ordered by popularity. Unique names rank below the Top 1000 and are listed alphabetically.

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Top Girl Names Starting with T

  • Taylor

    Taylor is one of the prime unisex surnames used for girls and has also been a soap opera favorite. Taylor was in the Top 10 for the last several years of the twentieth century, so that now it... Read More 

  • Trinity

    Trinity bounded up the charts after the release of The Matrix, whose heroine was named Trinity. Country singer Trace Adkins used it for his daughter.Read More 

  • Teagan

    As Meghan/Megan and Reagan/Regan show signs of wilting, along comes Teagan to take up the slack: definitely one to consider. The vast majority of American babies named Teagan are now girls. A... Read More 

  • Tessa

    Among baby girl names, Tessa's much more popular than either mother name Theresa or shorter form Tess. Today, many people may not even remember that... Read More 

  • Thea

    Thea is a diminutive of names ending in -thea, including Dorothea, Althea, and Anthea. It is also the Anglicized spelling of Theia, the Titan of sight, goddess of light, and mother of the moon.... Read More 

  • Talia

    Talia is derived from the Hebrew elements tal, meaning “dew,” and yah, in reference to God. In the mythology of one ancient sect, Talia was one of ten angels who attended the sun... Read More 

  • Tatum

    Tatum is strong, distinctive, energetic, and recommended, especially if your last name is as congenial as O'Neal. The name is now used for both genders, with the balance running about two to one... Read More 

  • Tiana

    Tiana gained a lot of popularity after Disney bestowed this pretty name upon its first African-American princess. Although it has declined in usage over recent years, Tiana’s connections to dainty... Read More 

  • Tiffany

    One of the first luxury brand names, and the quintessential Booming Eighties status-conscious moniker; used by Donald Trump for his daughter, Tiffany has plummeted far from its high in the Top 25. Read More 

  • Treasure

    Doting parents have begun to use names like Precious and Treasure, which are sweet for a baby, but might not hold up over the years. Treasure was used for nearly 300 baby girls in one recent year.Read More