Alston - Winston
Page 1/1 of 18 -sten grouped names.
[Alsten, .. 4 more] Form of Alston 1 Origin fr. Old English word. "Elf stone." The version Alsten is an infrequently used first name. See also Alester.
[Austen▼, .. 17 more] Var. of August 2 Based on Latin element. "Great, magnificient." Slightly uncommon as a given name for boys, Austen exists more conventionally as a last name. See also Austyn. ..
[Austen▼, .. 10 more] Var. of Augustine 3 From Latin element. "Great, magnificient." A somewhat rare birth name for boys, Austen is used more frequently as a surname. See also Justen. ..
[Austen▼, .. 13 more] Var. of Augustus 4 Based on Latin element. "Great, magnificient." The form Austen is more generally used as a birth name for males among the different variations of the name. See also Dusten.
[Austen▼, .. 4 more] Form of Austin 5 Origin fr. French, Latin. "Great, magnificient." The variation Austen is an atypical men's name, occurring often (Top 39%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Aston. ..
[Cristen, .. 24 more] Form of Christian 6 Source fr. Latin word. "Follower of Christ." A rare birth name for males. Name used for both boys and girls. ..
[Dunsten, .. 2 more] Var. of Dunstan 7 From Old English element. "Brown stone; brown hill with stones." A unique given name.
[Dusten, .. 4 more] Var. of Dustin 8 Based on Old German, Old English elements. "Brave warrior; dusty area." The version Dusten is an unusual men's name. See also Destin. ..
[Justen▼, .. 17 more] Form of Justin 9 Origin fr. Latin word. "Just, upright, righteous." The variation Justen is more commonplace as a boys' name among the different forms of the name. See also Rusten. ..
[Livingsten, .. 2 more] Var. of Livingston 10 Based on Old English element. "Leofwine's settlement." The variant form Livingsten is irregularly used as a masculine name. ..
[Marsten] Var. of Marston 11 From Old English element. "Town near the marsh." The variation Marsten is irregularly used as a men's name. See also Marsdin.
[Rusten, .. 3 more] Form of Ruston 13 Origin fr. Old English word. "Rust's estate." The form Rusten is irregularly used as a men's name, and it appears regularly (Top 68%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Justen.
[Sten, .. 4 more] Form of Stein 14 Source fr. German word. "Stone." Seldom used as a name for boys, occurring more often as a surname. See also Sven.
[Thorsten, Thursten, Torsten, .. 5 more] Forms of Thurston 15 Origin fr. Old English word. "Thor's stone." The variations Thorsten, Thursten and Torsten are scantly used male names, and Thorsten appears frequently (Top 76%) as a last name according to the US Census.
[Tristen▲, .. 9 more] Form of Tristan 16 Source fr. Celtic word. From a Celtic name .. A name used for both men and women. The variation Tristen is more widely used as a given name for boys among the various versions of the name.
[Westen, .. 1 more] Form of Weston 17 Origin fr. Old English word. "Western town." Seldom used as a birth name, occurring more often as a last name.
[Winsten, .. 5 more] Form of Winston 18 Source fr. Old English word. "Joyful stone." The version Winsten is a rare male name. See also Winstead. ..
Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for -sten names for boys.
[Alston - Winston]
Alston [Alsten], August [Austen], Augustine [Austen], Augustus [Austen], Austin [Austen], Christian [Cristen], Dunstan [Dunsten], Dustin [Dusten], Justin [Justen], Livingston [Livingsten], Marston [Marsten], Osten [Austen], Ruston [Rusten], Stein [Sten], Thurston [Torsten, ..], Tristan [Tristen], Weston [Westen], Winston [Winsten]