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Boy Names Ending with -ton

Ton ending baby names and what they mean, with 192 results. -ton names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names were at the top of their popularity in 2015 (usage of 2.3%), except for names like Burton which have become less trendy. The trendier boy names here are Braxton (#122), Colton (#59), Easton (#78), Kingston (#142) and Weston (#120), while Minton (top 2%) and Moulton (2%) are common -ton last names. Here is the list of -ton names for girls.

-ton names

Acton - Berton | Blanton - Carrington | Caxton - Daxton | Dayton - Fenton | Fulton - Jeston | Johnston - Marton | .. - .. | Washington - Wynton

Acton - Berton

Stems fr. Old English word. "Oak tree settlement." Aceton is a slightly prominent baby name. See also Anton.

Afton and variantsAfton, var. Affton
Origin fr. Old English element. Place name and surname used as .. Popular as last names. Compare Afton (upper 51%), Affton and popular -ton surnames Axton (upper 19%), Ayton (53%).

Var. of Augustine. Stems fr. Latin word. "Great, magnificient." Agoston is uncommon as a birth name.

Alston and variantsAlston1, var. Allston
Source fr. Old English language. "Elf stone." Less used today. Alston was the variant last recorded (1998) in the Top 2000.

Alton and variantsAlton, var. Allton, Alston2, Elton
Based on Old English. "Old town." Used widely as baby names, Elton, Alton, etc. are pronounced like the conventional Elden.

Form of Antonio. From Spanish, Italian, Latin languages. Variant of Anthony .. Used widely as a baby name, Anton is comparable to the common Anson. See also Antons.

Anton2, var. Ton
From German, Slavic, Latin elements. Variant of Anthony. Anton (top 3%) and Ton (5%) occur frequently as last names.

Var. of Anthony. Stems fr. Latin word. English form of the old Roman .. Usage of Anton as a birth name has declined circa 1880-1889. See also Antwoin.

Ashton and variantsAshton1, var. Assheton, Aston1
Based on Old English language. "Ash tree town." Adoption of Aston and variants was common in 2004 and is less today.

Form of Ashby. Root fr. Old English. "Ash tree home." Cross-gender use. Ashton is commonplace as a boys' name among the forms of Ashby.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ton names: Afton, Alston, Alton, Anton, Ashton

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ton names: Aston, Barrington, Barton, Belton, Benton

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ton names: Berton, Burton, Elton

Derivative of Old English. "East town; ash tree settlement." Aston peaked in popularity in 2015. Unisex name.

Derived fr. Old English. "Town by the spring." Athenston and Athermon are creative forms.

Based on English word. Place name now rather commonly used .. Somewhat novel as a birth name, Barrington is found more frequently as a surname. See also Harrington.

Var. of Barry. From Irish, Gaelic element. "Fair-haired." Barrington is commonly used as a children's name among the versions of Barry. See also Carrington.

Barton and variantsBarton, var. Barrton
From Old English element. "Barley settlement." Barton is generally used as a birth name compared to Barrton.

Belton and variantsBelton, var. Bellton
Based on Middle English language. "Beautiful town." Used somewhat widely as boys' names, Belton and Bellton are similar to the conventional Kelton.

Derivative of Old English. "Town in the bent grass." Usage of Benton as a birth name in 2015 was up a lot compared to the previous decade. See also Berton.

Form of Berthold. Origin fr. Old German. "Bright strength; renowned leader." Less popular today. Berton was last found in 1950-1959 in the Top 2000. See also Merton.

Var. of Bertram. Derivative of Old French, Old German elements. "Bright, famous raven." Somewhat popular as a children's name, Berton is comparable to the conventional Benton. See also Barrton.

Berton and variantsBerton3, var. Burton
From Old English word. "Bright settlement." Less widespread today. Burton was the form last found (1991) in the Top 2000.

Quick Reference

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

1. Acton - Berton
Acton, Afton [Affton], Augustine [Agoston], Alston [Allston], Alton [Elton, ..], Antonio [Anton], Anton [Ton], Anthony [Anton], Ashton [Aston, ..], Ashby [Ashton], Aston, Atherton, Barrington, Barry [Barrington], Barton [Barrton], Belton [Bellton], Benton, Berthold [Berton], Bertram [Berton], Berton [Burton]

Blanton, Bolton [Bollton], Boston, Boynton, Branson [Branston], Brandon [Branton], Branton [Brannton], Braxton [Brexton], Brenton [Brentton], Brent [Brenton], Brett [Britton, ..], Brighton, Britton [Briton, ..], Brockton [Brocton], Broughton, Burton, Button, Buxton, Carlton [Charlton, ..], Carrington [Caryngton, ..]

Caxton, Charlton [Charleton, ..], Charles [Charlton], Chester [Cheston], Chilton [Chelton], Claxton, Clayton [Klayton], Clifton [Clyffton, ..], Clinton, Colton [Colston, ..], Cotton, Covington, Cranston, Creighton [Crichton, ..], Christian [Criston], Crofton [Croffton], Dalton [Daulton, ..], Danton [D'anton], Darton, Dax [Daxton]

Davis [Dayton], Dayton, Delton [Dalton], Destin [Deston], Dexter [Dexton], Dunstan [Dunston], Dunton, Dustin [Duston], Earlston [Earlton], Easton, Eaton [Eyton, ..], Egerton [Edgerton], Ellington, Elston [Ellston], Elton [Ellton, ..], Elden [Elton], Eston, Everton, Felton, Fenton

Fulton, Gaetano [Gaeton], Galton [Gallton], Garton [Gorton], Gaston, Glendon [Glenton], Gorton, Graydon [Grayton], Halton [Halton, ..], Hamilton [Hamelton], Hampton, Harrington, Hazleton, Hilton [Hylton], Horton [Orton], Houghton, Houston [Huston], Huntington, Hutton, Jestin [Jeston]

Johnson [Johnston], Karl [Karlton], Keaton [Keeton], Kelton [Kellton], Kempton, Kenton, Kingston, Kolton, Kynaston, Langston [Langton], Lauriston, Lawton [Loughton, ..], Leighton [Leyton, ..], Linton [Lynton], Litton [Lytton], Livingston, Lytton, Manton [Mannton], Marston, Martin [Marton]

Merton [Murton], Middleton, Milton [Mylton, ..], Monckton [Monkton], Morton, Newton, Norton, Orton, Palmer [Palmerston], Parton, Patton [Paton], Patrick [Patton], Paxton [Packston], Pendleton, Peyton [Payton], Plato [Platon], Preston, Prince [Princeton], Quentin [Quinton, ..], Quinton [Quinnton]

Ralston, Remington, Renton, Rexton, Riston [Wriston], Ross [Rosston], Royston, Ruston [Russton], Salton, Sanditon, Saxon [Saxton], Seaton [Seton, ..], Sefton, Seton, Sexton, Shelton, Shipton, Silverton, Somerton, Stanton [Staunton]

Stockton, Sutton, Swanton, Swinton, Tanton, Tarleton, Tayton [Teyton], Templeton, Thornton, Thurston [Torston], Tilton, Trenton, Trent [Trenton], Tristan [Triston], Triton, Upton, Vinton, Walton, Warburton, Warton [Wharton]

Washington, Wellington, Welton, Weston, Wharton [Warton], Wheaton, Willis [Williston], Wilton, Winston [Wynston], Winton [Wynton], Worth [Worthington], Wynn [Wynton]

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