Troi - boys name

Troi name popularity, meaning and origin

Name Popularity: 43%

Troi name meaning:

The name Troi is a variant of the French name Troy, which is derived from the ancient city of Troy in Greek mythology. In Greek, Troy is known as "Ilion" or "Ilios", meaning "city" or "citadel". The city of Troy holds significant historical and mythical importance, being the site of the Trojan War, as described in Homer's epic poem, the Iliad.

As a given name, Troi carries the connotations of strength, resilience, and a connection to ancient history. It can symbolize bravery and the ability to overcome challenges, drawing inspiration from the legendary stories associated with the city of Troy. The name Troi may also be associated with qualities such as loyalty, honor, and a sense of adventure.

In modern usage, Troi is often used as a masculine name, evoking a sense of uniqueness and individuality. Its ancient origins and connection to mythology give it a timeless and distinctive appeal.

Origin: English

Troy derives from the ancient Greek city of Troy; also from an Irish surname meaning 'soldier'.

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Overall UK ranking: 2730 out of 4789

7 recorded births last year

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Historical popularity of Troi

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