What does the baby name Tate mean? Learn about what Tate means, its history & origin, popularity in our random name database, pronunciation, similar names, nicknames & spelling variations.

Tate - Name Meaning, Origin & Popularity

Spelling of Tate
T-A-T-E, is a 4-letter female given name.
Pronunciation of Tate
Meaning of Tate
Light hearted, pleasant and bright, measure of land, cheerful, a measure of land.
Origin of Tate
The name 'Tate' has multiple origins and can be found in different cultures around the world. It is derived from several languages, including English, Old Norse, and Old English.
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Popularity of Tate
The popularity of the name 'Tate' has been steadily increasing over the years. It has gained significant popularity in the United States, where it is often chosen as a first name for baby girls. 'Tate' has also gained recognition in other English-speaking countries, such as the United Kingdom and Canada.
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Etymology of Tate

The etymology of the name 'Tate' varies depending on its origin. In English, it is derived from the Old English word 'tāt' or 'tætte', which means 'cheerful' or 'glad'. In Old Norse, 'Tate' is derived from the word 'teitr', which also means 'cheerful' or 'glad. '

Cultural Significance of Tate

The name 'Tate' does not hold significant cultural or historical significance in any particular culture. However, it is often associated with positive attributes such as happiness, cheerfulness, and optimism.