Tyler Name Meaning & Origin

Tyler

Pronunciation: TIY-ler (key)

Origin of the name Tyler:

Transferred use of the surname derived from the Old French tieuleor, tieulier (tiler, tile maker) and the Middle English tyler, tylere (a brick, a tile). The name originated as an occupational name for a tile or brick maker or layer.

From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.

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Meanings and history of the name Tyler

Tyler means you'll make the MLB if your last name is McNeil and your middle name is Adam.

Famous real-life people named Tyler

-Tyler Chatwood (born 1989), American baseball player
-Tyler Clippard (born 1985), American baseball player
-Tyler Colvin (born 1985), American baseball player
-Tyler Flowers (born 1986), American baseball player
-Tyler Hansbrough (born 1985), American basketball player
-Tyler Matzek (born 1990), American baseball player
-Tyler Skaggs (born 1991), American baseball player
-Tyler Steinkamp (born 1995) American streamer and internet personality known as loltyler1
-Tyler Fought (born 1997), Kroger Company
-Tyler Jacob Wine/I_AM_WILDCAT (Born 1992), Youtuber

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