Greek Names - Tau

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He who leads a life of hard work.

He who vacillates.

He who causes change and upheaval.

Horrible, of the nether world.

 Bull. The word also meant penis in classical Greek. 

Possibly, he who interprets the stars and heavenly bodies, from teireo, to interpret such bodies. Otherwise, he who afflicts, from teiro, to cause friction, to rub hard. 

Avenger of blood.

A horseman who protects the city’s walls.

An accomplished speaker.

He who is in charge of attaining goals.

He who brings glory.

He who accomplishes by strength.

Accomplished horseman.

Mystic. From telester, initiator, priest, and agora, assembly, public speech.

Awe-inspiring mystic.

Religious initiator.

He who bring fulfillment.

He who accomplishes.

He who accomplishes.

He who accomplishes.

He who accomplishes.

She who pleases with her beauty.

She who pleases with her dance.

Of a distant origin or descent.

Glorious from afar.

Glorious from afar.

He who fights from far away.

 Glorious from afar.

Strong from afar. Glorious from afar.

Well-dressed.

The name is a metaphor of a decrepit old man. Ththonus was the husband of Eos, who begged Zeus to grant him immortality but forgot to ask for eternal youth.

Respected by his peers.

Highly respected.

Highly respected man.

A precious flower.

Honored and virtuous, or honored and skilful.

Honored and virtuous, or honored and skilful.

Highly honored.

Honored From timisis, honoring.

Honored From timisis, honoring.

Honoring one’s heritage.

Honoring one’s people.

Highly honored.

Honoring one’s people.

He who honors god(s).

Honored and glorious.

Honored and glorious.

Of honorable judgement.

A leader whose principle is the love of honor.

A leader whose principle is the love of honor.

Honorable and brave.

She who honors the army.

He who honors the army.

Honorable and graceful.

Highly honored.

Titos, Titus – Honored.

 He who withstands war.

Reverent to the gods.

An experienced warrior.

Very noble.

Either provider of food and nourishment, or foster child.

Either provider of food and nourishment, or foster child.

From Troy.

Flaming, a name associated with the Madonna in Rhodes; tsampa being flame in teh local dialect.

Flaming, a name associated with the Madonna in Rhodes; tsampa being flame in teh local dialect.

A form of Antonia;  possibly, valuable. Paraetymologically associated with Anthos, flower.

A form of Antonia;  possibly, valuable. Paraetymologically associated with Anthos, flower.