T,a-T,e

Name Meaning: Tate
Cheerful. Loquacious. A measure of land.
Gender: Male
Pronounced: TAYT
Origin: Olde English Celtic

Tate originates of Olde English Gaelic Celtic as a surname evolved to a given name. From English meaning "cheerful". From the Irish, Tate is also the measurement of land. Of modern Native American history, Tate is one who talks to much. As a given name, typically for a son, Tate is only recently popular.

Tate Variations:
Tait
Famous Tates:
Actor
Tate Donovan
Canoeing
Tate Smith
Architecture
Tate Museum
Baketball
Tate George

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