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Origin: Namibia
Region Origin: Southern Africa

Tyson is a masculine name of French origin, meaning "high-spirited". It is derived from the French word "tison," which translates to "ember" or "firebrand". The name is associated with a fiery, energetic temperament, making it a fitting choice for a vibrant and dynamic individual. The name Tyson has multiple interpretations and origins. In Old English, it can mean "firebrand" or "son of Tye". Tye was a surname used as a given name in medieval England. Another interpretation suggests that Tyson is a variant of the German surname Theisen. The name has been in use as a first name since the 20th century in the United States and has gained popularity due to its phonetic similarities with names like Tyler and Tyrone.

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