|Gender||👩🧑 Boy And Girl|
|Number in U.S||👶 607,000|
|Rate in 2021||222|
|Name origin||🌍 English|
Tyler is an English name given to both girls and names. So, it is a bi-sexual name. Tyler is a name that means “the one who takes care of the inn”. In some countries, Tyler is used as a patronymic or surname, although in other cases it changes its meaning to "the tailor", "the caretaker" or "the cloth cutter".
In America, Tyler is used to be very famous during the presidency of John Tyler about the year 1860. Nowadays it is used more widely and in many countries including Scotland, England, Canada, and Australia. We will discuss it in more well-detailed in the following sections.
the name is normally coming from an occupation which was Tile maker and roof worker. The name is derived from the French name Tieulier which had this meaning. In Medieval England, a tile maker was a respectable and efficient trader which was good at trading and instructing the roofs.
The name Tyler is of Anglo-Saxon origin. Specifically, it comes from the English word "Taylor", which is one of its variants. However, other researchers claim that it is of French origin and that it comes from the root "tailor", although this theory lacks sufficient documentary support.
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