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Names That Mean Tate

190 names found for "Tate"   (page 1 of 4) 

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Looking for names that mean Tate? We couldn't find the exact name Tate, but listed below are some first names meaning Tate or names similar to the word Tate.

Similar Names

Tad | Tadd | Tadeo | Tadi | Taha | Tahu | Tai | Tait | Tau | Taye |

Related Names

Adlai  (Hebrew)
Justice of God; My Ornament. an Old Testament Name, Now Generally Associated With American Statesman Adlai Stevenson
Ainsworth  (English)
From Ann's Estate
Alrigo  (Teutonic)
Rules an Estate
Alrigo  (Italian)
Rules the Estate
Annraoi  (Teutonic)
Rules an Estate
Aroghetto  (Italian)
Rules the Estate
Arrighetto  (Teutonic)
Rules an Estate
Arrigo  (Teutonic)
Rules an Estate
Arrigo  (Italian)
Rules the Estate
Aspasia  (Greek)
Welcome. Famous Bearer: Aspasia Was a Mistress of the Athenian Statesman Pericles.Welcomed
Beadutun  (English)
From the Warrior's Estate
Beaton  (English)
From the Warrior's Estate
Ben  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Benjamin: Son of My Right Hand. Many Jewish Families Named Their Youngest Child Benjamin. Famous Bearers: Th Century British Statesman Benjamin Disraeli. Dustin Hoffman's Character in th
Benjamin  (Hebrew)
Son of My Right Hand. Many Jewish Families Named Their Youngest Child Benjamin. Famous Bearers: Th Century British Statesman Benjamin Disraeli. Dustin Hoffman's Character in the Movie 'The Graduate.'
Benjy  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Benjamin: Son of My Right Hand. Many Jewish Families Named Their Youngest Child Benjamin. Famous Bearers: Th Century British Statesman Benjamin Disraeli. Dustin Hoffman's Character in th
Bionbyr  (Norse)
Warrior's Estate
Buck  ()
Unpremeditated in Direct Action
Bud  (English)
Derived from Bud, a Colloquial Term of Address Used in the United States; Short for Buddy, Meaning Friend. Common As a Nickname, But Less Common As a First Name. American Comedian Bud Abbott's Real Na
Burnaby  (Norse)
Warrior's Estate
Buster  (English)
Derived from a Nickname Used in the United States, Occasionally Used As a First Name in Honour of American Silent Film Comic Actor Buster Keaton
Caesar  (Shakespearean)
'Antony and Cleopatra'. Octavius Caesar, Roman Triumvir. 'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' Julius Caesar, Roman Statesman and General
Carolina  (Latin)
Strong. A Latinized Form of Caroline. Famous Bearer: the American States of North and South Carolina Were Named After British King Charles I
Carvell  (French)
Swamp Dweller; Spearman's Estate or Marshy Estate
Cecil  (English)
Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De Mille
Cecilio  (English)
Variant of Cecil: Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De M
Cecillo  (English)
Variant of Cecil: Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De M
Cecillus  (English)
Variant of Cecil: Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De M
Celio  (English)
Variant of Cecil: Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De M
Clint  (English)
Diminutive of Clinton: Settlement on a Hill, or from the Headland Estate. Famous Bearer: Clint Eastwood
Clinton  (English)
Settlement on a Hill, or from the Headland Estate. from an Old English Surname and Place Name
Clinttun  (English)
From the Headland Estate
Clive  (English)
Cliff. Lives at the Cliffs. from an English Surname and Place Name. Famous Bearer Th Century British Soldier and Statesman Robert Clive Was Known As 'Clive of India'.Lives at the Cliffs
Cranston  (English)
From the Crane Estate
Cranstun  (English)
From the Crane Estate
Cwentun  (English)
From the Queen's Estate
Dallas  (Scottish)
Of the Dales, a City in the State of Texas in the United States of America
Dalton  (English)
Valley Estate. Origin: Anglo-saxon
Darby  (Norse)
From the Deer Estate
Dean  (English)
From a Surname Derived from the Old English 'Denu', Meaning Valley. Famous Bearers: American Actor and Singer Dean Martin, American Statesman Dean Acheson
Denver  (French)
Variant of the Surname Danvers Meaning 'From Anvers.' Capital City of the State of Colorado in the Usa
Dixie  (English)
Abbreviation of Richard. in the Usa Dixie Refers to the French Word for Ten; Also to the Southern States Below the Mason- Dixon Line
Eadsele  (English)
From Edward's Estate
Eamon  (Irish)
Guardian. The Irish Form of Edmund. Famous Bearer: Irish Statesman Eamon Dc Valera; Eamonn Andrews, Presenter of the Television Programme 'This is Your Life'
Eburscon  (Celtic)
Lives Near the Yew Tree Estate
Elsworth  (English)
From the Noble's Estate
Enrico  (Teutonic)
Rules an Estate
Enrique  (Teutonic)
Rules an Estate
Enzo  (Teutonic)
Rules an Estate
Eoforwic  (English)
From the Bear Estate
Feldon  (English)
From the Field Estate
190 names found for "Tate"   (page 1 of 4) 

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