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Girl Names Ending with -ton
Ton ending baby names and what they mean, with 10 results. -ton names are used more often as masculine names. These girl names were at the peak of their popularity in the year 2009 (usage of 0.7%) and are somewhat less common today (usage 0.4%, 38.4% less), with names such as Ashton becoming less trendy. Anniston (#1035) is the most trendy baby name here, while Katon (top 30%) and Keniston (17%) are popular -ton last names. Here is the list of -ton names for boys.
Afton - TarletonAfton, var. Affton
Derivative of Old English. .. a town in southern Scotland. Aftyn is also a somewhat common kid's name.Anniston▲, var. Aniston
From English language. Surname and place name of a .. Popular. Compare Anniston, Aniston with common -on surnames Arison (top 56%), Adkisson (7%).Ashton▼
Root fr. Old English. "Ash tree town." Ashton is common (upper 39%) as a women's name, and is found regularly (upper 2%) as a surname. Also used for boys.Aston
Based on Old English. "East settlement; ash tree settlement." Astor (upper 19%), Astone (66%) are popular surnames.Briton, Britton, Bryton
Forms of Brittany. Source fr. Latin element. "From Brittany or Britain." Briton, Britton and Bryton are seldom found as female names.Carrington, var. Carington
Derivative of Old English. "Charles's town." Less widespread today. Carrington was the variant last appearing (2013) in the Top 2000.Christon
Form of Christen. Root fr. Latin language. "Follower of Christ." Christon is rarely used as a girls' name. See also Christl.Paxton
Source fr. Latin, Old English words. "Peace town." Gender-neutral name. Less widespread today. Paxton was last listed in 1997 in the Top 2000.Payton, var. Peyton
Source fr. Irish, Latin elements. "Noble; patrician." Usage of Payton and Peyton as girls' names in 2015 was 17.2% less than the previous year.Tarleton, var. Tarlton
Stems fr. Old English language. "Thor's settlement." Outside Top 2000.