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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.
Ashten - TristenAshten
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.Britten
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.Kristen1▼, Kirsten1▼, Cristen1, Christen1▼
Forms of Christina. From Latin. "Follower of Christ." Kirsten and Kristen are Top 2000 baby names.Kristen2▼, Christen2▼
Forms of Christine. Derivative of French, Latin languages. "Follower of Christ." Christen (top 6%) and Kristen (54%) occur often as surnames.Christen3▼, var. Kristen3▼, Cristen2, Chrysten
Derivative of Latin language. "Follower of Christ." Kristen was a Top birth name in 2015.Karsten
Var. of Christian. Derivative of Latin element. "Follower of Christ." Karsten is rarely adopted as a birth name. See also Kirstin.Khristen
Form of Khristina. Origin fr. Russian. .. See also Kirsten. Uncommon. Khristen, like Kersten, Kristien, has the -en ending. See also Kristan.Kirsten2▼, 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.Kristen4▼, var. Krysten
From Latin. "Follower of Christ." Adoption of Kristen and Krysten as baby names in 2015 was 73.3% less than 2005.Paxten
Var. of Paxton. Derivative of Latin, Old English. "Peace town." Paiten is a moderately popular birth name.
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.Tristen2▼
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.
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▼]