Tatiana Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Tatiana:
Feminine form of the Latin Tatiānus, a derivative of the old Roman family name Tatius, which is of uncertain origin.
From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.
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Tanya, Tati, Tiana, Tanusha, Tat, Tatia, Tania, Tia
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St. Tatiana, 3rd-century Christian martyr
Tatiana, Mexican singer who goes by only one name.
Grand Duchess Tatiana of Russia, daughter of Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra
Tatiana Maslany, star of the BBC America series Orphan Black
Princess Tatiana von Furstenberg, filmmaker and daughter of designer Diane von Furstenberg, who named one of her perfumes "Tatiana" after her daughter
Tatiana Ortiz of Mexico won the bronze in synchronized diving at the 2008 Olympics, with her partner Paola Espinosa
Tatiana Golovin, French-Russian tennis player
Caroline Kennedy and Ed Schlossberg have a daughter named Tatiana
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Tatiana Romanova, James Bond's lover in the film "From Russia With Love"
Tatiana Larina, heroine of Alexander Pushkin's epic poem "Eugene Onegin". In the poem Pushkin suggests that the name Tatiana was more common for peasants than for well-born women in the early 19th century. Pushkin's character may have inspired the Russian royal family to use the name for Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna and Princess Tatiana Konstantinovna.
Tatiana Lightwood, a minor character in Cassandra Clare's Mortal instrument series.