Talor Name Meaning & Origin

Talor

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Origin of the name Taylor:

Transferred use of the surname derived from the Anglo-French taillour (tailor), which is from the Old French taillier (to cut). The name arose as an occupational name.

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Talor- Is actually a hebrew name that many people use because of the meaning. taylor the original name it came from means : wisdom of clothing. which many people dont want to name their child after clothes. As for "Talor" it means: morning golden dew from aboveheaven. Although the 2 names sound exactly alike (t-ay-l-er),the spelling is what causes the difference.

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The name originated from the Hebrew language. Although it was spelled the same way it had the same meaning and same sound. as it passd into the english world , the documenters of the name recorded it without a "Y" or "I" in it. Therefore, It became Talor.

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