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Baby Names Ending with -ten for Boys

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"TEN" baby names ending with -ten are used more often as masculine names.

These boy names reached the top of their popularity in the year 1996 (usage of 0.0407%) and are almost as popular today (usage 0.023%, down 43.4%), but with names like Austen, Justen and Quinten becoming less stylish. Colten (#474), Kolten (#776) and Tristen (#507) are three of the more contemporarily stylish names for newborns in this compilation. Katen (top 28%) and Costen (26%) are familiar -ten surnames.

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Top 1000 baby names ranking of -ten names: Austen, Colten

[Alsten, .. 4 more] Form of Alston 1 Root fr. Old English element. "Elf stone." Not Top 1000 name. See also Alten.

[Alten, .. 4 more] Var. of Alton 2 Based on Old English. "Old town." Not in popularity charts. See also Alsten.

[Austen, .. 17 more] Form of August 3 Derivative of Latin word. "Great, magnificient." Amsten and Ansten are kreatif variations. ..

[Austen, .. 10 more] Form of Augustine 4 Origin fr. Latin word. "Great, magnificient." Uncommon, with the androgynous-sounding -en suffix for Austen like Alten. See also Aston. ..

[Austen, .. 13 more] Form of Augustus 5 Origin fr. Latin. "Great, magnificient." Unusual. Austen (cf. Asen) ends with the androgynous-sounding -en. See also Alsten.

[Austen, .. 4 more] Var. of Austin 6 Stems fr. French, Latin. "Great, magnificient." Not Top 1000 name. See also Aston. ..

[Barten, .. 2 more] Var. of Barton 7 Source fr. Old English language. "Barley settlement." Outside Top 1000. See also Borden. ..

[Bolten, .. 2 more] Form of Bolton 8 .. Singer Michael Bolton. Not Top 1000 name. See also Belton.

[Branten, .. 2 more] Form of Branton 9 Derivative of Old English. "Broom, gorse settlement." Unusual, with the androgynous-sounding -en ending for Branten like Brannen. See also Branden. ..

[Brenten, .. 9 more] Var. of Brent 10 Stems fr. Old English, Celtic. "Hill, mount." Not in Top 1000. See also Brenden. ..

[Brenten, .. 4 more] Form of Brenton 11 From Old English word. "Bryni's settlement." Not in popularity charts. See also Brendan. ..

[Brockten, .. 2 more] Var. of Brockton 12 Based on Old English. "Badger settlement." Unique, with the common -en ending for Brockten like Byren.

[Cristen, .. 24 more] Var. of Christian 13 Based on Latin word. "Follower of Christ." Rare. Cristen, like Chetwen, uses the -en ending. Gender-neutral name. ..

[Colten, .. 3 more] Form of Colton 14 Origin fr. Old English. "Swarthy person; coal town or settlement." Ranked in Top 1000. See also Collen. ..

[Cotten] Form of Cotton 15 .. May originally have been an occupational .. Not in popularity charts. See also Colten.

[Dalten, .. 4 more] Var. of Dalton 16 Root fr. Old English language. "From the valley town." Rare, with the androgynous -en ending for Dalten like Devlen. See also Dalen.

[Dayten, .. 1 more] Var. of Dayton 17 Derived fr. Old English language. Place name, possibly meaning "Day's settlement" .. Outside Top 1000. See also Dalten.

[Dunsten, .. 2 more] Var. of Dunstan 18 Based on Old English element. "Brown stone; brown hill with stones." Outside Top 1000.

[Dusten, .. 4 more] Var. of Dustin 19 Stems fr. Old German, Old English words. "Brave warrior; dusty area." Outside Top 1000. See also Dunsten. ..

[Felten, .. 1 more] Form of Felton 20 Based on Old English word. "Field settlement." Uncommon, with the favored androgynous-sounding -en suffix for Felten like Franzen. See also Fulton. ..

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Summary of names (grouped by variations) for -ten names for boys.

Alston - Felton
Alston [Alsten], Alton [Alten], August [Austen], Augustine [Austen], Augustus [Austen], Austin [Austen], Barton [Barten], Bolton [Bolten], Branton [Branten], Brent [Brenten], Brenton [Brenten], Brockton [Brockten], Christian [Cristen], Colton [Colten], Cotton [Cotten], Dalton [Dalten], Dayton [Dayten], Dunstan [Dunsten], Dustin [Dusten], Felton [Felten]

Galton - Paxton
Galton [Galten], Gorton [Gorten], Halton [Halten], Hampton [Hampten], Horton [Horten], Hutton [Hutten], Justin [Justen], Kelton [Kelten], Kolton [Kolten], Litton [Litten, Lytten], Livingston [Livingsten], Manton [Manten], Marston [Marsten], Martin [Marten, Morten], Milton [Milten], Morton [Morten], Osten [Austen], Patrick [Patten], Patton [Paten, Patten], Paxton [Paxten]

Quentin - Winston
Quentin [Quenten, Quinten], Quinton [Quinnten], Ruston [Rusten], Stanton [Stanten], Stein [Sten], Tayton [Tayten, Teyten], Templeton [Templeten], Thurston [Torsten, Thorsten, Thursten], Trent [Trenten], Trenton [Trenten], Tristan [Tristen], Varten, Weston [Westen], Winston [Winsten]