Tigran was the 7th most popular male name in Armenia in 2013
Tyson ranked No. 237 as a popular American male name in two consecutive years: 2009 and 2010
Tyrone was in the Top 200 American baby names continuously from 1956 through 1979
A highly popular American baby boy name in the 1990s, Tyler has not been in the Top 10 since 2000
Tucker made it into the Top 200 American boy names in 2011 at No. 196, then rose to No. 185 in 2012.
Truman reappeared in the Top 100 American boys in 2012 at No. 929, after last appearing in 2010 at No. 994
More American boys were named Troy from 1960 to 1980 than in any other 20-year period
As a Top 500 American male name, Tristan jumped from No. 452 in 1994 to No. 121 in 1995, and in and out of the Top 100 since then
Tripp first appeared in the Top 1000 American male names in 2008 at No. 935. In 2009, it jumped up to No. 672, influenced by Bristol Palin’s choice of that first name for her son.
In 2012, 29 American baby boys were named Trinidad, almost 6 times more than the girls that year
Ollie was a consistent Top 500 given name from 1880 through 1949; in fact, it was in the Top 200 until 1916
The years 1899 produced 29 American-born Helgas, giving the name its highest rank in the Top 1000 popular names at No. 572
Abner was a fairly popular first name until it became associated with a cartoon character
Several Serbian kings and tsars were named Stefan Uroš