Hebrew for stag gazelle. Common male name. TSvia is female version. In Psalms it is often used as a metaphor for the Jewish people.
Zvi, Tzvi are perhaps more common spellings in English.
TS, Z, Tz Pronounced as "C" in city. "vi" pronounced as "vee". One syllable.
Numerical value of letters in Hebrew is 102
From Song of Songs, Chap 2, Verse 7:
"I adjure you O daughters of Jerusalem, by the gazelles ("TSvi", plural, fem. form) and by the hinds of the field, that you awaken not, not stir up love until it please.