For the source of joy about to brighten the world, Tayte is a gender-neutral name of Old Norse and Middle English origin. This dapper title derives from Teitr, a surname from Old Norse that has also been found in British historical documents. The name Teitr appears in Old Icelandic literature, in Landnamabok (the Book of Settlements), boosting the title’s well-traveled air. Meaning “cheerful” and “merry,” Tayte suits the baby whose smile never fails to illuminate the room. You could opt for Tate or Tait, but Tayte’s trendy “y” spelling makes it a shoo-in for the stylish baby whose energy matches the sun.
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