Tatum

Tatum Meaning and Origin

The name Tatum is a unisex name meaning “Tate’s homestead” and is of English origin. Tatum is a surname that has been adopted as a given name. It is derived from the Old English word “tātum,” which means “Tate’s homestead.” It was traditionally a surname used to denote someone who lived near a homestead or farm belonging to a person named Tate. Tatum is also believed to have Native American origins, particularly among the Choctaw tribe. In Choctaw, the name “Tatum” means “light,” “bright,” or “bringer of joy.” It gained prominence as a given name for girls in the United States during the latter half of the 20th century. In recent years, it has also been increasingly used as a given name for boys. Some notable individuals with the name Tatum include Tatum O’Neal, an American actress and author, and Channing Tatum, an American actor and producer.

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