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Boy Names Ending with -tin

Tin ending baby names and what they mean, with 43 results. -tin names are used more often as masculine names. Adoption of these boy names reached its most widespread in the year 1995 (adoption of 3.05%) and is now significantly less (adoption 0.7%, 77%), with names like Dustin becoming less fashionable. Westin (#757) is the most fashionable birth name in this compilation, while Bustin (top 25%) and Burtin (38%) are familiar -tin surnames.

-tin names

Aguistin - Faustin | Feltin - Trentin | Tristin - Westin

Aguistin - Faustin

Augustine and variantsAguistin, Agustin1, Augustin1, Austin1, Avgustin
Var. of Augustine. Derived fr. Latin. "Great, magnificient." Common as surnames. Compare Austin (upper 1%), var. and popular last names Avin (upper 43%), Alin (75%), which also end with -in.

Agustin2, Augustin2, Austin2
Var. of August. Source fr. Latin language. "Great, magnificient." Widely used, with usage of 0.319% for Agustin and variants as boys' names in 2015, but lower than 0.342% a year ago.

Form of Alston. From Old English. "Elf stone." Rather uncommon as a children's name. See also Austin.

Var. of Anthony. Derived fr. Latin word. English form of the old Roman .. Astin is a slightly prominent kid's name. See also Antwoin.

Form of Ashton. Based on Old English. "Ash tree town." Ashtin is scarce as a men's name.

Augustus and variantsAugustin3, Austin3
Forms of Augustus. Origin fr. Latin language. "Great, magnificient." Popular as birth names, Augustin and Austin are similar to the common Justin.

Osten and variantsAustin4, Ostin1
Forms of Osten. Derivative of French, Latin elements. "Magnificient." Ostin and forms were popular 2 decades ago and have become less conventional, with Austin becoming less in vogue.

Austin5, var. Ostin2
Stems fr. French, Latin words. "Great, magnificient." Adoption of Austin and Ostin as baby names in 2015 was 7.8% less than the previous year.

Var. of Bartholomew. Derivative of Aramaic language. "Son of Talmai (the farmer)." Bartin is rare as a first name, appearing frequently (upper 86%) as a last name. See also Barrton.

Var. of Bert. Based on Old English. "Illustrious." Bertin is not a Top 2000 name. See also Berton.

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

Var. of Bolton. .. Singer Michael Bolton. Not that common as a birth name, Boltin occurs more often as a last name. See also Koltin.

Var. of Branton. Source fr. Old English element. "Broom, gorse settlement." Compare surnames Brannin (top 41%), Branting (60%). See also Brantlie.

Var. of Brenton. Derivative of Old English word. "Bryni's settlement." Brentin is a scantly used men's name. See also Brentt.

Var. of Brent. Derived fr. Old English, Celtic words. "Hill, mount." Berntin and Brintin are creative forms. See also Brentton.

Form of Brockton. Origin fr. Old English language. "Badger settlement." Brocktin is not frequently adopted as a baby name.

Constantin, Konstantin
Var. of Constantine. Root fr. Latin word. "Constant, steadfast." Constantin and Konstantin are not in the Top 2000.

Source fr. French element. "Destiny." Adoption of Destin as a boys' name in 2015 was 20.2% less than 10 years ago. See also Dexton.

Var. of Dunstan. Origin fr. Old English language. "Brown stone; brown hill with stones." Outside Top 2000.

Stems fr. Old German, Old English languages. "Brave warrior; dusty area." Cross-gender use. Dustin became less trendy in 2015, falling -71 positions as a birth name to reach #505.

Form of Faust. Root fr. Latin word. "Lucky, fortunate." Faustin is not frequently adopted as a baby name.

Quick Reference

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

1. Aguistin - Faustin
Augustine [Austin, Agustin, Aguistin, Augustin, Avgustin], August [Austin, Agustin, Augustin], Alston [Alstin], Anthony [Antin], Ashton [Ashtin], Augustus [Austin, Augustin], Osten [Ostin, Austin], Austin [Ostin], Bartholomew [Bartin], Bert [Bertin], Bolton [Boltin], Branton [Brantin], Brenton [Brentin], Brent [Brentin], Brockton [Brocktin], Constantine [Constantin, Konstantin], Destin, Dunstan [Dunstin], Dustin, Faust [Faustin]

Felton [Feltin], Florent [Florentin], Gallatin, Gillemartin, Jestin [Jesstin], Justin, Kelton [Keltin, Kelltin], Kenton [Kentin], Kolton [Koltin], Konstantin, Livingston [Livingstin], Martin, Milton [Miltin], Patton [Patin, Pattin], Quentin [Quintin], Quinton [Quinntin], Ruston [Rustin], Tayton [Taytin, Teytin], Trenton [Trentin], Trent [Trentin]

Tristan [Tristin], Valentine [Valentin], Weston [Westin]

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