Anglicized from the Gaelic surname Ó Teimhneáin, Tynan is a masculine name of Irish origin that means “dark” and exudes a mystic aura. As a surname, it was first documented in Ancient Ireland and has a number of variations, including O’Tynan or O’Teynane. Even though Tynan has been around since the 11th century, it remained a favored choice throughout the 90s. Its popularity has seen a slight decrease in the 2010s, allowing baby to be a trendsetter and boast their Irish charm.
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