|Pronunciation:||TY-sun, TIE-sun, TY-sin|
|Meaning:||firebrand, Dye’s son|
|Related Names:||Dyson, Tennyson, Thyssen, Tiesen, Ty, Tyce, Tycen, Tyeson, Tyssen|
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ORIGIN AND HISTORY
The name Tyson derives from the English surname, which originates from the Old French “tison” meaning “firebrand.” In German, the name Tyson means “son of the German.”
Additionally, women of the Latin “Dionysia” - a feminine form of “Dennis” – used “Dye” as a nickname. Eventually, “Dye’s son” (Dyson) became an English surname and it may have influenced the roots of the name “Tyson.”
According to the 1990 United States Census , Tyson ranked as the 569th most popular male first name and the 934th most popular last name. In the United States, the name ranked in the Top 1,000 most popular boys' names four decades since 1880, including each of the last four.
According to the Social Security Administration , in the 21st century, the name ranked in the Top 400 most popular boys' names every year from 2000 (335th) through 2006 (276th) and appears to be slowly increasing in popularity.
United States Popularity of the boy's name Tyson in the 21st Century:
- Year: 2006 Rank:276th
- Year: 2005 Rank:267th
- Year: 2004 Rank:284th
- Year: 2003 Rank:296th
- Year: 2002 Rank:307th
- Year: 2001 Rank:333rd
- Year: 2000 Rank:335th
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- Michael Gerard Tyson – Former professional boxer who was a two-time world heavyweight boxing champion. The boxer who was nicknamed "Iron Mike", "Kid Dynamite" and "The Baddest Man on the Planet" served three years of prison after being convicted of rape in 1992. In 1997, Mike Tyson added to his notoriety when he bit off part of Evander Holyfield’s ear during a boxing match.
- Tyson Gay – American sprinter who won three gold medals at the 2007 World Championships in Osaka, Japan, for the 100 meter, the 200 meter and the 4 by 100 meter relay.
- Ronald Tyson Presson – Singer and songwriter who was best known as a member of the R&B and soul group “The Temptations.”
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Author: Rich Kachold
|Meaning||firebrand, Dye’s son +|
|Meaningnc||firebrand, dye’s son +|
|Origin||French +, and English +|
|Pronunciation||TY-sun, TIE-sun, TY-sin +|
|Rank in 2000s||298 +|
|Related||Dyson +, Tennyson +, Thyssen +, Tiesen +, Ty +, Tyce +, Tycen +, Tyeson +, and Tyssen +|