Thomasyne meaning and origin
Thomasyne is version of illustrous and biblical Thomasina. Used mainly in English, Thomasina is originated from Aramaic, Thomasina means "Little Twin and Twin".
Variants of ThomasyneNames that rhyme with Thomasyne
Popularity of Thomasyne
Thomasyne is an uncommon name probably limited to United States. At least, 30 people globally have carried Thomasyne as their given name according to our findings.
Here's what numbers has to say about Thomasyne
You are a jealous and passionate lover. If you notice someone being superficial, you walk away. Your kindness is your only flaw. You often make other feel like they are better than you in order to make them feel good about themselves. If letter E is your capstone, it reveals your dominant character. You are always being straight. Letting others ruin your day out of kindness is a stupid thing to do.
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Namesakes of Thomasyne
We could not find any notable namesake.