Tea Name Meaning & Origin
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I Have the Name Tea With the accent over the 'e' And no matter what people just can't Pronounce it correct Which I have noticed Teachers and Doctors sometimes put (Tay-uhh)Or (Tay-Ahh) By my name just to make sure they are saying it correct but no matter how many people say it incorrect I have never struggled with being in a class with another person of my same name actually a matter of fact there has never been another Tea in my entire school which makes me fell unique and strong and I love it and so do all my friends if anyone is think of a baby name I truly recommend the name Tea it makes you feel very unique and special and no one can be just like you.
- Personal experiences with the name Tea
My name is Tea and people always call me tea as in the drink and tia, i always have to tell people that it is pronounced as Tay-ah. It can get very frustrating. I am also always commented on how nice my name is which makes me smile.
My mum saw the spelling that we were thinking of using for our daughter, which is the traditional Tea (with the accent on the 'e') and she looked at and didn't know how to say it. So we told her how, and she frowned and said 'no one will know how to say it spell it phonetically'. So, I spelled it Tayah, and guess what... I get asked all the time, 'how do you say that?' and when I say it is like 'Tea' with the accent they ask 'why didn't you just spell it that way?' yeah... Thanks mum! oh well, it was an interesting excersize for me to come up with a different spelling.
I named my daughter Tea'. It's said like Tia. But spelled with a accent on the 'a' instead of the 'e'. She gets call Tea all the time. But she just corrects them. She and her friends LOVE her name!
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- Meanings and history of the name Tea
It is of Italian or Greek origin. Short form of Teresa and Teadora and a variant of Thea and Dorotea.
its meaning is "goddess" or "gift of God".
- Famous real-life people named Tea
Téa Leoni actress
Tea' Adamson, dancer featured on season four of the TV show 'Dance Moms'
- Tea in song, story & screen
Téa Delgado Character on "One Life to Live"
Téa Gardner the dub change name of a character from the anime series "Yu-gi-oh!"