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Boy Names Ending with -win

Win ending baby names and what they mean, with 54 results. -win names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names reached the top of their popularity 106 years ago (ADOPTION OF 0.47%) and have become significantly less popular since (ADOPTION 0.07%, 85% LESS), with names such as Erwin becoming less fashionable. Bodwin (TOP 65%) and Gowin (11%) are common -win surnames.

-win names

Aldwin - Elwin | Elwin - Medwin | Melwin - Win

Aldwin - Elwin

Eldwin1, Aldwin1
Var. of Alden. Source fr. Old English language. "Old friend." Alduin is a somewhat common boys' name.

Aldwin2, var. Eldwin2
Derived fr. Old English element. "Old friend." Unusual. Compare Aldwin, Eldwin with common -win last names Angwin (TOP 49%), Aylwin (97%).

Alvin and variants

Elwin1, Aylwin, Alwin
Var. of Alvin. Derivative of Old English language. "Elf or magical being, friend." Somewhat popular as boys' names, Elwin, Alwin, etc. are similar to the popular Elon.

Form of Arvin. Stems fr. English, Old German. "People's friend." Compare last names Artin, Arkin. See also Arlin.


Root fr. Hindi element. A calendar month. Ashwin became less trendy in 2016, dropping -13 rankings as a boys' name to drop out of the Top 2000. See also Ashlin.

Stems fr. Old English. "Spear-friend." Anwin and Atwin are creative forms. See also Oswin.

Baldwin and variants

Baldwin, var. Balldwin, Baldewin
Derived fr. Old French, Old German. "Bold, brave friend." Baldewin and Balldwin are more unconventional as birth names among the versions of Baldwin.

Form of Berwyn. From Old English. "Bear friend; bright friend." Outside Top 2000. See also Merwin.

Form of Bowen. Based on Welsh word. "Son of Owen." Bowin, like the similar Bain, exists more usually as a surname.

Derived fr. Old English language. "Little house on the twisted path." Uncommon. Chetwin is not found in the US Demographics.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -win names: Alwin, Ashwin, Baldwin, Corwin, Darwin

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -win names: Delwin, Derwin, Durwin, Edwin, Elwin

Var. of Colwyn. Derived fr. Welsh element. Place name for a river in .. Rare, with the -in suffix for Colwin, like Cailin, Coffin. See also Colin.


Based on Gaelic, Old English elements. "From beyond the hill." Corwin is a unique male name, appearing commonly (TOP 3%) as a last name. See also Carwyn.

Delvin and variants

Delwin, Dellwin, Dalvwin
Var. of Delvin. Stems fr. Old English, Irish words. "Godly friend; proud friend; bright friend." Less used today. Delwin was the form last listed (the 1960s) in the Top 2000.

Darwin and variants

Darwin1, var. Derwin1
Source fr. Old English word. "Dear friend." Darwin and Derwin became more trendy in 2016, gaining on average +9 positions as baby names with Darwin leading the rise.

Derwin and variants

Derwin2, var. Durwin1, Darwin2
Root fr. Old English word. "Gifted friend; dear friend." Somewhat popular as boys' names, Derwin, Darwin, etc. are similar to the conventional Darian.

Durwin and variants

Durwin2, var. Derwin3
Derived fr. Old English language. "Dear friend." Less used today. Derwin was the version last listed (2010) in the Top 2000.


Based on Old English element. "Wealthy friend." Edwin became less trendy last year, dropping -7 positions as a baby name to reach #318. See also Eldwin.

Form of Elden. Derivative of Old English element. "Old friend." Unusual. Eldwin, similar to Eljin, uses the androgynous -in ending. See also Eldwynn.


Form of Elvin. Source fr. Old English. "Elf or magical being, friend." Elwin was favored as a baby name 106 years ago, but now, Elwin has become somewhat outmoded. See also Erwin.

Elwin3, var. Win
Source fr. Old English. "Elf or magical being, friend." Elwin is widely used as a birth name among these versions.

Quick Reference

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

1. Aldwin - Elwin
Alden [Eldwin, Aldwin], Aldwin [Eldwin], Alvin [Elwin, Alwin, Aylwin], Arvin [Arwin], Ashwin, Aswin, Baldwin [Balldwin, Baldewin], Berwyn [Berwin], Bowen [Bowin], Chetwin, Colwyn [Colwin], Corwin, Delvin [Delwin, Dellwin, Dalvwin], Darwin [Derwin], Derwin [Durwin, Darwin], Durwin [Derwin], Edwin, Elden [Eldwin], Elvin [Elwin], Elwin [Win]

Elwyn [Elwin], Erskine [Erwin], Erwin [Irwin], Ethelwin, Ewing [Ewin], Frewin, Garvin [Garwin], Gladwin, Godwin [Goodwin], Goldwin [Goldewin], Goodwin, Gwyn [Gwin], Hadwin [Hedwin], Hardwin, Heddwyn [Hedwin], Irwin [Erwin], Kelvin [Kelwin], Kerwin, Marvin [Merwin, Marwin], Medwin

Melvin [Melwin], Mervin [Merwin], Norvin [Norwin], Orvin [Orwin], Oswald [Oswin], Oswin, Owen [Owin], Selwyn [Selwin], Sherwin, Slavin [Slawin], Unwin, Walwyn [Walwin], Winston [Win], Wynn [Win]

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