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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.

-stin names

Aguistin - Westin

Augustine and variantsAguistin, 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.

Augustus and variantsAugustin3, 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.

Austin and variantsAustin4, 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.

DestinDestin
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.

DustinDustin
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.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -stin names: Agustin, Augustin, Austin, Destin, Dustin

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -stin names: Jestin, Justin, Rustin, Tristin, Westin

Jestin and variantsJestin, var. Jesstin
Stems fr. Welsh. Variant of Justin. Jesstin is unique as a children's name among the forms of Jestin.

JustinJustin
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.

RustinRustin
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.

TristinTristin
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.

WestinWestin
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.

Quick Reference

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]

Usage comparison for -stin names

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