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Girl Names Ending with -ten

Ten ending baby names and what they mean, with 12 results. -ten names are used more often as masculine names. These girl names were at the top of their popularity 25 years ago (ADOPTION OF 0.69%) and have become much less common since (ADOPTION 0.02%, 97%), with names like Christen becoming less fashionable. Broten (TOP 24%) and Aten (10%) are popular -ten last names.

-ten names

Ashten - Tristen

Form of Ashton. Source fr. Old English element. "Ash tree town." Common. Compare Ashten with popular last names Alten (UPPER 37%), Auten (7%), which also end with -ten. See also Ashlen.

Form of Brittany. Source fr. Latin word. "From Brittany or Britain." Rather uncommon as a girls' name, Britten is found more frequently as a surname.

Christina and variantsKristen1, Kirsten1, Cristen1, Christen1
Forms of Christina. From Latin. "Follower of Christ." Kirsten and Kristen are Top 2000 baby names.

Christine and variantsKristen2, Christen2
Forms of Christine. Derivative of French, Latin languages. "Follower of Christ." Christen (top 6%) and Kristen (54%) occur often as surnames.

Christen and variantsChristen3, var. Kristen3, Cristen2, Chrysten
Derivative of Latin language. "Follower of Christ." Kristen was a Top birth name in 2015.

Var. of Christian. Derivative of Latin element. "Follower of Christ." Karsten is rarely adopted as a birth name. See also Kirstin.

Form of Khristina. Origin fr. Russian. .. See also Kirsten. Uncommon. Khristen, like Kersten, Kristien, has the -en ending. See also Kristan.

Kirsten and variantsKirsten2, var. Kiersten1, Kiersten2, Kersten
Origin fr. Scandinavian, Latin languages. "Follower of Christ." Used frequently as girls' names, Kirsten, Kiersten, etc. are pronounced like the common Krysten.

Kristen and variantsKristen4, var. Krysten
From Latin. "Follower of Christ." Adoption of Kristen and Krysten as baby names in 2015 was 73.3% less than 2005.

Var. of Paxton. Derivative of Latin, Old English. "Peace town." Paiten is a moderately popular birth name.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ten names: Ashten, Christen, Cristen, Kiersten, Kirsten

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ten names: Kristen, Krysten, Tristen

Form of Tristana. .. In medieval legend, Tristan is a .. Cross-gender use. Less widespread today. Tristen was last found in 2008 in the Top 2000.

Form of Trista. Root fr. English word. Feminine of Tristan and/or a .. Less popular today. Tristen was last recorded in 2008 in the Top 2000. Cross-gender use.

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Summary Index of names [and variants] for -ten names for girls.

1. Ashten - Tristen
Ashton [Ashten], Brittany [Britten], Christina [Cristen, Kirsten, Kristen, Christen], Christine [Kristen, Christen], Christen [Kristen, Cristen, Chrysten], Christian [Karsten], Khristina [Khristen], Kirsten [Kersten, Kiersten], Kristen [Krysten], Paxton [Paxten], Tristana [Tristen], Trista [Tristen]

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