Tandie \t(a)-ndie, tan-die\ as a boy's name (also used as girl's name Tandie). Modern name, possibly derived as a Scottish nickname for Andrew. However, the Latin-derived English word "tandem" could also be a source, as well as the Old Norse term "tandr", meaning "fire". The name could also be derived from the Zulu name Thandiwe or from the name of an Irish patriot, James Napper Tandy, whose exploits are featured in the ballad "The Wearing of the Green".
Tandie has 2 variant forms: Tandey and Tandy.
Baby names that sound like Tandie are Dandie and Thandie.
View a list of the 2 names that reference Tandie.
Tandie is not a popular first name for men and an equally uncommon surname or last name for both men and women. (1990 U.S. Census)