Tamson name meaning

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Scandinavian
Pronunciation: t(a)-mson
Meaning: Son of Thomas
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What does Tamson mean?

Atypical Tamson's origin is Scandinavian, meaning of Tamson is "Son of Thomas" is bestowed upon both boys and girls.

How do I pronounce Tamson?

The two syllabled name Tamson is commonly pronounced as t(a)-mson. tam-son is the different way(s) to pronounce the name.

Variants of Tamson

Tamsan, Tamsin, Tamasin, Tasmin

Names that rhyme with Tamson

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Numerological analysis of Tamson

Sometimes, you act selfishly. You are always open to experience something new. You have a positive influence on people but gather their negativity instead of positivity on a daily basis. It drains you. If letter N is your capstone in your name, it represents your creative and intuitive personality. If you have things to be handled, you handle them right away, without much waiting. You encourage people to walk the harder path and fight for what they believe is right.

Other names similar to Tamson, for name hunters

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  •  Danelea - Meaning of Danelea is A Man from Denmark came from Scandinavian is used for boys. Danelea is derivation of Danely.
  •  Saffey is originated from Scandinavian bestowed upon baby girls, Saffey means "Saffron the Spice or Yellow or Precious or Glowing, Clean and Best Friend". Saffey is derived from Saffi.
  •  Anderssun - Boy name Anderssun means "Son of Andrew and Son of Anders" has its origin in Scandinavian language. Anderssun is resulted from Anderson.
  •  Tamson - The infrequent unisex name Tamson means "Son of Thomas" has origin in Scandinavian
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