The baby name Tarrant is a unisex name, 2 syllables long and is pronounced "TAIR-ent".
Tarrant is English in Origin.
Tarrant is a name of English origin that means "from the thundering stream". It is derived from the Old English words "terran" meaning thunder and "ford" meaning stream. The name is primarily used as a surname, but it can also be used as a first name. Tarrant is not a very common name, but it has been used in literature and popular culture.
The name Tarrant has a long history, dating back to the Middle Ages. It was originally used as a surname to identify people who lived near a thundering stream. Over time, it became a first name as well. The name has been used in literature, including Lewis Carroll's "Through the Looking Glass" where the character Tarrant Hightopp, also known as the Mad Hatter, appears. The name has also been used in popular culture, such as in the television show "Bones" where the character Tarrant County is introduced.
Tarrant is a unisex name, meaning it can be used for both boys and girls. The pronunciation of Tarrant is TARE-ent. The name is composed of two parts, "terran" meaning thunder and "ford" meaning stream. The name has a strong and powerful meaning, making it a great choice for parents who want a unique and meaningful name for their child.