Tatiana name meaning

Gender: Girl
Origin: Latin
Usage: Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, English, French, German, Russian, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: t(a)-tia-na
Meaning: King of the Sabines and From the House of Tatius
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What does Tatiana mean?

The prevailing unisex name Tatiana is dominantly used in French, Spanish, Danish, German, Portuguese, Swedish, Finnish, Italian, English, Russian and Norwegian, meaning of Tatiana is "King of the Sabines or From the House of Tatius" came from Latin.

Tatiana is feminine version of Tatianus. Tatianus is equivalent of Tatius in Roman language. It is celebrated on the 12th of January.

How do I pronounce Tatiana?

The most common way to pronounce three syllabled Tatiana is t(a)-tia-na.

Variants of Tatiana

Tatianus, Tatius, Taitiann, Tatienne

Names that rhyme with Tatiana

How popular is the name Tatiana?

Tatiana is a popular in United States where over 33621 new-borns have been given the name since 1915. At present the name is rising, in 1999, the moniker grabbed the 213rd spot and 1465 baby girls were given the name.

In addition to that, the name has been in the top 500 baby names 28 times Also, Tatiana was a popular name in France. Over 15852 babies have been named Tatiana since 1900.

When at the peak of its usage in 1988, 536 girls were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 125th position. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 112 years.

In addition to that, the first name has been in the top 500 baby names 47 times

Tatiana is a familiar baby name in England and Wales, it has been in use since 1996 and was able to reach the top 700 names.

In 2006, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 622 on girl names chart when 53 babies were named Tatiana. Over 795 babies in England and Wales have been named Tatiana.

Also, in Belgium, it has been in use since 1995 and was able to reach the top 200 names. In 1995, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 170 on girl names chart when 71 babies were given the name Tatiana.

Over 799 people have been named Tatiana in Belgium.

Tatiana is a unique baby name in Switzerland, it has been in use since 1998 and was able to reach the top 200 names.

In 2001, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 178 on girl names chart when 41 babies were named Tatiana. Over 434 people have been named Tatiana in Switzerland. Tatiana is an uncommon baby name in Ireland, its highest ever rank is 593 (2010) in its 11 years run on Ireland naming chart.

However things change on global perspective, Tatiana is extremely popular in Brazil where every 1 in 1000 have the name. Also the baby name is popular in Moldova, Central African Republic, Mozambique, Angola, Madagascar, Ecuador, Poland, Israel, Colombia, Spain, Russia, Romania, Chile, Italy, Slovakia, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Portugal, Chad, Mexico, Peru, Egypt, Canada and Venezuela.

As per our findings, over 740000 babies have been bestowed Tatiana around the globe.

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Tatiana in Nordic countries

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Numerological analysis of Tatiana

The letter A as your capstone represents your passion for greater achievements. The letter A as your capstone reveals how you look at life and people in general. You have a quick mind. Be proud of everything you've been through. You respond to occurrences in an unusual, impulsive but also creative way. If letter A is your capstone in your name, it reveals your challenging nature and ambitious perspective.

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Middle names for Tatiana

Possible options for a child named Tatiana include these teeny-weeny and familiar middle names:

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Famous people named Tatiana

  • Tatiana Grigorieva, retired Australian pole vaulter
  • Tatiana Nikolayeva, Russian Soviet pianist, composer and teacher
  • Tatiana Gritsi-Milliex, Greek novelist and journalist
  • Tatiana Silva, Belgian model who was crowned Miss Belgium in 2005
  • Tatiana Semenova, Russian-born ballet dancer and dance teacher
  • Tatiana Mamonova, founder of the modern Russian women's movement, an internationally renowned democratic women's leader, author, poet, journalist
  • Tatiana Petrova, Russian water polo player
  • Tatiana Clouthier, educator
  • Tatiana of Rome, Christian martyr
  • Tatiana Fabergé, author
  • Tatiana Rodríguez, Mexican 5¨11" woman
  • Tatiana Papamoschou, Greek actress
  • Tatiana Doronina, popular Soviet/Russian actress
  • Tatiana Lobo, Costa Rican author
  • Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez, artist living and working in Berlin
  • Tatiana Kutlíková, Slovak former cross-country skier and biathlete
  • Tatiana Pauhofová, Slovak actress born in Bratislava
  • Tatiana Proskouriakoff, Russian-American Mayanist scholar and archaeologist
  • Tatiana Gutsu, former artistic gymnast
  • Tatiana, Mexican American singer and actress based
  • Tatiana Tarasova, Russian figure skating coach and national figure skating team adviser
  • Tatiana Totmianina, Russian former competitive pair skater
  • Tatiana Golovin, Russian-born French retired professional tennis player
  • Tatiana Navka, Russian ice dancer
  • Tatiana Maslany, Canadian actress
  • Tatiana Perebiynis, former professional tennis player from Ukraine
  • Tatiana Troyanos, American mezzo-soprano of Greek and German descent
  • Tatiana Vilhelmová, Czech film and stage actress
  • Tatiana Malinina, Russian-Uzbek figure skater
  • Tatiana Riabouchinska, Russian American prima ballerina and teacher
  • Tatiana Lysenko, Soviet and Ukrainian former gymnast
  • Tatiana Kosintseva, Russian chess grandmaster
  • Tatiana Samoilova, Soviet and Russian film actress best
  • Tatiana Rouba, female freestyle swimmer from Spain,
  • Tatiana Guderzo, Italian professional cyclist, riding
  • Tatiana Bulanova, famous Russian singer recognized for her strong
  • Tatiana Zatulovskaya, Israeli chess player
  • Tatiana Matveeva, Russian weightlifter
  • Tatiana Lemos, freestyle swimmer from Brazil
  • Tatiana Andreeva, former competitive figure skater for the Soviet Union
  • Tatiana Durasova, former Soviet ice dancer
  • Tatiana Stefanidou, Greek television host and former journalist on Greek television
  • Tatiana Kokoreva, Russian former pair skater
  • Tatiana Volosozhar, Ukrainian-born Russian pair skater
  • Tatiana Botkina, daughter of court physician Eugene Botkin,
  • Tatiana Chuvaeva, Ukrainian pairs skater
  • Tatiana Kotova, Russian singer, actress
  • Tatiana Basova, Russian former competitive figure skater
  • Tatiana Panova, former Russian tennis player
  • Tatiana Mamaki, notable Greek dancer and choreographer
  • Tatiana Poutchek, retired tennis player from Belarus

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