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Teanna vs. Tianna

My Husband finally gave me some input on a name. One name only and it is Tia. I like Tia as nickname but not so much as a full name. I like Teanna (prn: Tee-Anna) like Deanna w/a T. I really don’t like any other names like Tiana,Tiara, Katiana, Althea, etc. What do you think of Teanna with nn Tia?

The Top Baby Name is...

Name Votes
Teanna 35% (7 votes)
Tianna 65% (13 votes)


not a fan of Tatiana? I love Tianna it has a less nasil sound than Teanna
posted by guest: Sarah :: 2006-10-31 01:19:01 | report
Love Tianna as a name... don’t like the spelling Teanna... definately Tianna
posted by guest :: 2006-10-31 04:25:49 | report
Teanna is okay. It just really reminds me of ’tea.’ I prefer Tianna, and esp. Tiana (it’s a different pron. though). Good luck!
posted by guest: Kelsey :: 2006-10-31 15:36:56 | report
I really like Tia and prefer it on it’s own than as a nickname for Tianna, although this is the spelling I prefer for Tianna. The similar Thea is on my shortlist. Lots of baby girls are named Mia each year which is just as substantial. I do know a Tia whose full name is Victoria. I also really like the suggestion of Tatiana "Tia".
posted by guest :: 2006-10-31 17:23:13 | report
I chose Teanna bc Tianna is common. My daughter’s best friend is Tyanna and they call her Tia but spell it Tya. Teanna looks the way you want it pronounced. Hope that helps! Good Luck!
posted by guest: Jennifer :: 2006-11-01 15:34:55 | report
I honestly don’t like Teanna, only Deanna, I only like the won’es you don’t like, Tatianna, Tiana, and Katia(Kot-ee-uh).. I’m sry, but i am not a fan of this prononcuation..
posted by guest: Sonya :: 2006-11-01 17:58:51 | report

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