Other Origin(s):Indian, Norse, Polish
Celebrate baby’s arrival by cheering their brand new name Tata! This short and sweet boy’s name has a variety of origins, such as African, Indian, and Polish, most of which state that the name means “father.” A prime example of this would be in South Africa, where freedom fighter and former president Nelson Mandela was affectionately called Tata Madiba by the country, as an ode to him being the father of the nation. Tata might also have Old Norse origins, deriving from the word teitr, meaning “cheerful.” Regardless of which definition most appeals to you, Tata is sure to suit your little darling to a T (or even two).
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