Thoma meaning and origin

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Aramaic
Usage: English, German, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish
Meaning: Twin
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Odd unisex name Thoma is used predominantly in English, Danish, Finnish, Swedish, German and Norwegian that originated from Aramaic, meaning of Thoma is "Twin". Thoma is form of widely accepted and biblical Thom. Thom is diminutive of Thomas. Thom means Twin is originated from Aramaic. Thoma is feminine of Thomas. Also Thomas is form of Aramaic תָּאוֹמָא = Twin in Greek and Latin languages. Thomas's meaning is Twin and Gemini is originated from Aramaic and Hebrew.

Variants of Thoma

Thom, Masaccio, Toma, Tòmag, Tomas

Names that rhyme with Thoma

Popularity of Thoma

Thoma is an uncommon baby name in United States where it had been in use since 1944 and achieved its top ranking of 3220 in 1956. During its 26 years of usage in France, it had made up to just the top 2000 boy names. Over 145 people have been named Thoma in France. Thoma is a rare baby name in Belgium however it is still in use. But Thoma is a popular baby name in Albania where every 1 in 400 have the name. As per our research, over 20000 people has been named Thoma globally.

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Here's what numbers has to say about Thoma

You find a way to disappoint yourself even if there's no reason for disappointment. Learn what makes you happy. You have big plans for yourself and your future. You keep your promises and people trust you for that. You are very smart and calculative. You are the most passionate partner your lovers have ever had. Most people enjoy having you around. If you want to play with the big players, act like one.

Other names similar to Thoma, for would be parents

  •  Sára means Princess or Noblewoman has origin in Hebrew, a baby girl name is substantially used in Faroese, Finnish and Swedish
  •  Valle - Queer unisex name Valle means "From the Glen, Usually with a Stream or Valley" and came from French is substantially used in Danish and Swedish
  •  Edvin - Uncustomary Edvin substantially is used in Old Norse, Albanian and Norwegian is a boy name, meaning of Edvin is "Rich Friend or Possession" is rooted from Albanian and Scandinavian
  •  Reiner means Army or Warrior is originated from Old High German and Germanic and a boy name is especially used in English and Norwegian
  •  Karlotta - Uncommon girl name Karlotta is rooted from Old High German, English and Germanic, majorly used in German and Greek languages, Karlotta means "Husband or Man"
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Namesakes of Thoma

    Thoma Darmo, first Catholicos-Patriarch of the Ancient Church of the East
  • Thomasina A. Atkins in Emergency Contact as Actress

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