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Boy Names Ending with -stin
Stin ending baby names and what they mean, with 16 results. -stin names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names were at the height of their popularity in 1995 (usage of 2.85%) and have become much less conventional since (usage 0.58%, ▼80%), with names such as Tristin going out of style. Westin (#757) is the most fashionable boy name in this compilation, while Costin (top 10%) and Bastin (10%) are conventional -stin last names.
Aguistin - WestinAguistin, Agustin1, Augustin1, Austin1▼, Avgustin
Forms of Augustine. Stems fr. Latin language. "Great, magnificient." Agustin (upper 5%), Augustin (4%), Austin (1%), like Antin (upper 44%), Aubertin (52%), are common -tin suffix last names.Agustin2, Augustin2, Austin2▼
Var. of August. Derived fr. Latin word. "Great, magnificient." Agustin (upper 5%), Augustin (4%) and Austin (1%) appear regularly as surnames.Alstin
Var. of Alston. Origin fr. Old English word. "Elf stone." Astin is a moderately popular baby name. See also Austin.Augustin3, Austin3▼
Forms of Augustus. Origin fr. Latin element. "Great, magnificient." Augustin and Austin became more trendy in 2015, gaining on average +40 rankings as birth names with Augustin leading the upswing.Austin4▼, var. Ostin1
Derived fr. French, Latin words. "Great, magnificient." Austin (top 1%) and Ostin (67%) exist commonly as last names.Austin5▼, Ostin2
Forms of Osten. Stems fr. French, Latin. "Magnificient." Usage of Austin as a boys' name has decreased circa 1997.Destin
Derived fr. French language. "Destiny." Used frequently as a children's name, Destin is comparable to the familiar Dustin. See also Westin.Dunstin
Form of Dunstan. Source fr. Old English language. "Brown stone; brown hill with stones." Not Top 2000 name.Dustin▼
Based on Old German, Old English elements. "Brave warrior; dusty area." Unisex name. Dustin became less popular last year, falling -71 positions as a birth name to reach #505.Faustin
Var. of Faust. Origin fr. Latin element. "Lucky, fortunate." Faustin is a rarely occurring given name, appearing regularly (upper 21%) as a surname.
Stems fr. Welsh. Variant of Justin. Jesstin is unique as a children's name among the forms of Jestin.Justin▼
Origin fr. Latin word. "Just, upright, righteous." A highly familiar birth name (#110 in current list) which is also used somewhat frequently as a surname. See also Jesstin.Livingstin
Var. of Livingston. Derivative of Old English. "Leofwine's settlement." Outside Top 2000.Rustin
Var. of Ruston. Origin fr. Old English element. "Rust's estate." Rustin is rarely used as a male name, occurring frequently (upper 9%) as a last name. See also Justin.Tristin▼
Form of Tristan. From Celtic element. From a Celtic name .. Also a girls' name. Adoption of Tristin as a baby name in 2015 was 4% less than 2014.Westin▲
Var. of Weston. Origin fr. Old English. "Western town." Westin is commonly used as a baby name among the versions of Weston. See also Destin.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for -stin names for boys.1. Aguistin - Westin
Augustine [Austin▼, Agustin, Aguistin, Augustin, Avgustin], August [Austin▼, Agustin, Augustin], Alston [Alstin], Augustus [Austin▼, Augustin], Austin▼ [Ostin], Osten [Ostin, Austin▼], Destin, Dunstan [Dunstin], Dustin▼, Faust [Faustin], Jestin [Jesstin], Justin▼, Livingston [Livingstin], Ruston [Rustin], Tristan [Tristin▼], Weston [Westin▲]