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Boy Names Ending with -don

Don ending baby names and what they mean, with 83 results. -don names are used more often as masculine names. Adoption of these boy names reached its most widespread 21 years ago (USAGE OF 1.73%) and has become significantly lower since (USAGE 0.81%, 53%), with names like Jadon becoming less stylish. Landon (#46) and London (#605) are two of the more fashionable boy names among these, while Hendon (TOP 6%) and Badon (16%) are common -don surnames.

-don names

Adon - Camdon | Camedon - Graydon | Haddon - Lyndon | Maldon - Tildon | Vardon - Weldon

Adon - Camdon

Form of Aden. Source fr. Gaelic language. "Fire." Aydon is a moderately popular boys' name. See also Ado.

Form of Adonis. Derivative of Greek. "Extremely good looking, handsome." Adon (compare Andon, Abdon) is a popular -don suffix last name. See also Odon.

Var. of Adonia. Derivative of Hebrew element. "My lord is Jehovah." Compare surnames Adom (UPPER 99%), Adan (8%). See also Aron.

Aldous and variants

Eldon, Aldon1
Forms of Aldous. Derivative of Old German word. "Old." Usage of Eldon as a boys' name has waned since 1920-1929.


Var. of Aldo. Source fr. Italian, Old German languages. "Old one, elder." Uncommon. Aldon is not listed in the US Demographics. See also Allon.

Form of Alton. Origin fr. Old English language. "Old town." Less widespread today. Aldon was last found in 1940-1949 in the Top 2000. See also Eldon.

Form of Alston. Root fr. Old English. "Elf stone." Aludon and Asdon are creative forms. See also Aldon.


Form of Anton. Derivative of German, Slavic, Latin. Variant of Anthony. Somewhat common as a birth name, Andon is similar to the familiar Antony. See also Andonia.

Derivative of Hebrew word. "Bronze." Uncommon. Ardon (cf. Anton) ends with the favored androgynous -on. See also Arion.

Var. of Arden. From Latin word. "Great forest." Ardon, like the similar Adon, exists more usually as a surname. See also Armon.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -don names: Aldon, Andon, Bradon, Braedon, Brandon

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -don names: Braydon, Brendon, Camdon, Eldon, Kaydon

Bordon, Bardon1
Var. of Barden. Source fr. Old English word. "Barley valley." Unusual. Bardon, Bordon, similar to Belton, Button, end with -on.

Form of Bard. Source fr. English, Irish words. "Minstrel, singer-poet." Bardon was not among 2015's Top names. See also Bordin.

Belldon, Beldon
Forms of Belden. Based on Old English, Old French elements. "Pretty valley." Unique. Beldon, Belldon, like Briton, end with the androgynous -on.

Form of Blanton. Based on Latin, French words. "Mild, bland." Blandon is not frequently adopted as a baby name.

Braden and variants

Braydon, Braedon, Bradon, Braddon
Var. of Braden. Source fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Descendant of Bradán." Adoption of Braddon and variants as baby names in 2015 was 54.2% less than the previous decade.


Root fr. Old English element. "Broom, gorse hill." Adoption of Brandon was common among parents in 1994 and has become reduced, with Brandon becoming somewhat outmoded. See also Bradon.


Form of Brendan. Root fr. Irish, Gaelic, Celtic languages. "Prince." Usage of Brendon as a children's name in 2015 was down 66.2% compared to a decade ago. See also Brentan.

Form of Caden. Source fr. Scottish word. "Son of Cadán." Uncommon as a birth name, but Cadon is similar to the more familiar Cason. See also Caidan.

Kaden and variants

Kaydon, Kaidon, Kadon, Caydon, Caidon
Var. of Kaden. From Arabic language. "Companion." Adoption of Caidon, Kaydon, etc. as boys' names in 2015 was down 100% compared to the previous year.


Form of Camden. Derived fr. Scottish, Gaelic elements. "Winding valley." Somewhat popular as a boys' name, Camdon is comparable to the conventional Camron.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -don names for boys.

1. Adon - Camdon
Aden [Adon], Adonis [Adon], Adonia [Adon], Aldous [Aldon, Eldon], Aldo [Aldon], Alton [Aldon], Alston [Alsdon], Anton [Andon], Ardon, Arden [Ardon], Barden [Bardon, Bordon], Bard [Bardon], Belden [Beldon, Belldon], Blanton [Blandon], Braden [Braedon, Braydon, ..], Brandon, Brendan [Brendon], Caden [Cadon], Kaden [Kaidon, Kaydon, ..], Camden [Camdon]

Cameron [Camedon], Carden [Cardon], Claude [Claudon], Corridon, Corydon [Coridon], Creed [Creedon], Croydon, Don, Eden [Edon], Elton [Eldon], Elden [Eldon], Eldon, Elsdon, Ford [Fordon], Gideon [Gidon], Glendon, Glen [Glendon], Gordon, Grayson [Graydon, Greydon], Graydon

Hadden [Hadon, Haddon], Harden [Hardon], Hayden [Haydon], Herndon, Huntington [Huntingdon], Jadon [Jaedon, Jaydon], Jaden [Jaedon, Jaydon, ..], Jordan [Jordon], Kade [Kadon], Kamden [Kamdon], Kelton [Keldon], Kennard [Kendon], Ladon, Landon, Langdon [Landon], Langston [Langsdon], Lidon [Ledon, Leedon], Linden [Lindon, Lyndon], London, Lyndon [Lindon]

Malden [Maldon], Marden [Mardon], Marsden [Marsdon], Meldon, Edmund [Odon], Ogden [Ogdon], Poseidon, Randall [Randon], Ray [Raydon], Riordan [Reardon], Rowdon, Royden [Roydon], Seldon, Shan [Shandon], Sheldon, Sheridan [Sheridon], Snowden [Snowdon], Spiridon [Spyridon], Theodore [Theodon], Tilden [Tildon]

Vardon [Verdon], Walden [Waldon], Weldon [Welldon]

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