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Girl Names Ending with -son
Son ending baby names and what they mean, with 11 results. -son names are used more often as masculine names. Adoption of these girl names was at its most widespread a decade ago (adoption of 2.7%) and is somewhat lower today (adoption 2%, ▼27%), with names like Adison becoming less stylish. Allison (#39) and Maddison (#310) are two of the more chic birth names here, while Rolison (top 18%) and Willison (6%) are conventional -son last names. Here is the list of -son names for boys.
Addison - StetsonAddison, var. Addeson, Addyson, Adison▼, Adisson, Adyson▼
Root fr. Old English element. "Son of Adam." Addisen is also a moderately popular baby name.Alison1, var. Alisson1, Allison1▲, Allisson1▼, Allyson1, Alyson1
Origin fr. Old German element. "Noble, exalted." Alison (upper 20%), Allison (1%), Allyson (100%), like Adolfson (upper 52%), Aleckson (51%), are popular -son suffix surnames.Alison2, Alisson2, Allison2▲, Allisson2▼, Allyson2, Allysson, Alyson2
Forms of Alice. Stems fr. Old German. "Noble, exalted." Usage of Alison and variants as baby names in 2015 was down 8.2% compared to the previous decade.Carson, var. Cason, Karson, Kason
Source fr. Scottish, Gaelic. Surname .. Cason and Kason are more uncommon as children's names among the variations of Carson.Jamison
Origin fr. Scottish word. "Son of James." Also used for boys. Moderately novel as a girls' name, Jamison is used more frequently as a surname.Larson, Larsson
Forms of Larsen. Based on Scandinavian element. "Son of Lars." Larison (top 14%), Lasson (54%) are familiar last names.Lison
Form of Elise. Source fr. French, Hebrew words. "God is my oath." Lauson and Lisonnia are creative variations.Madison, var. Maddison▲, Madisson, Madyson
Based on Old English word. "Son of the mighty warrior." Madison, Maddison, etc. became less popular last year, falling -84 rankings as birth names with Madyson falling the most.Mason, var. Maison
Root fr. Old English element. "Stoneworker." Maison and Mason are uncommon given names.Season
Source fr. Latin element. "Time of sowing." Season is familiar (upper 81%) as a feminine name.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for -son names for girls.1. Addison - Stetson
Addison [Adyson▼, Adison▼, Addeson, Addyson, Adisson], Alison [Alyson, Allison▲, Allyson, Alisson, Allisson▼], Alice [Alyson, Alison, Allison▲, Allyson, Alisson, Allisson▼, Allysson], Carson [Kason, Cason, Karson], Jamison, Larsen [Larson, Larsson], Elise [Lison], Madison [Madyson, Maddison▲, Madisson], Mason [Maison], Season, Stetson [Stettson]