Taimanglo is an indigenous Chamorro name.
Tai = without, lacking
Månglo' = wind
This is one of those Chamorro names that makes one wonder what our ancestors were thinking when they came up with names.
You may remember that, before they became Christians, Chamorros had just one name. Some scholars state that even this one name could be changed, depending on some important event in someone's life.
Many Chamorro names have a negative (as we see it today) connotation. Tai (without), Chat (defective), Tat (Never). The Spaniards spelled it Char as in Chargualaf and Charfauros; and Ted or Ter as in Tedtaotao and Terlaje.
There are Taimanglos found in Humåtak, Inalåhan and Hagåtña in the 1897 Census, but it seems that Sinajaña is where many of them lived, especially of the Fegurgur Taimanglo clan.
BABY JOE TAIMANGLO
AKA The Juggernaut