[Austen▼, .. 4 more] Var. of Austin 6 Stems fr. French, Latin. "Great, magnificient." Popular as last name. Compare Austen (top 19%) with common -sten surnames Rosten (top 26%), Walsten (77%). See also Aston. ..
[Barten, .. 2 more] Var. of Barton 7 Source fr. Old English language. "Barley settlement." Not that common as a children's name, Barten is used more commonly as a surname. See also Borden. ..
[Bolten, .. 2 more] Form of Bolton 8 .. Singer Michael Bolton. Bolten, like the similar-sounding Belton, exists more usually as a last name.
[Branten, .. 2 more] Form of Branton 9 Derivative of Old English. "Broom, gorse settlement." Branten is unique as a boys' name. See also Branden. ..
[Brenten, .. 9 more] Var. of Brent 10 Stems fr. Old English, Celtic. "Hill, mount." Brenten is not in the Top 1000. See also Brenden. ..
[Brenten, .. 4 more] Form of Brenton 11 From Old English word. "Bryni's settlement." Unconventional. Compare Brenten and popular -ten last names Getten (top 68%), Tveten (85%). See also Brendan. ..
[Brockten, .. 2 more] Var. of Brockton 12 Based on Old English. "Badger settlement." Unique. Brockten, like Kienen, Quindlen, ends with the common masculine -en.
[Cristen, .. 24 more] Var. of Christian 13 Based on Latin word. "Follower of Christ." Uncommon. Compare Cristen and common surnames Karsten (top 9%), Kosten (35%), which also end with -sten. Gender-neutral name. ..
[Colten, .. 3 more] Form of Colton 14 Origin fr. Old English. "Swarthy person; coal town or settlement." Colten (top 50%), like Colver (top 31%), Colfer (25%), is a common Col- prefix surname. See also Collen. ..
[Cotten] Form of Cotton 15 .. May originally have been an occupational .. Cotten was not among 2014's Top names.
[Dalten, .. 4 more] Var. of Dalton 16 Root fr. Old English language. "From the valley town." Rare. Dalten, like Graden, Thursten, ends with the familiar masculine -en. 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." Unique. Dunsten (cf. Thorsten, Thursten) ends with the popular masculine-sounding -sten.
[Dusten, .. 4 more] Var. of Dustin 19 Stems fr. Old German, Old English words. "Brave warrior; dusty area." Not widespread. Dusten is not found in the US Demographics. See also Dunsten. ..
[Felten, .. 1 more] Form of Felton 20 Based on Old English word. "Field settlement." Common as surname, and Felten (upper 13%) is comparable to popular last names Velten (upper 26%), Ilten (95%), with the -lten suffix. See also Fulton. ..
[Galten, .. 2 more] Var. of Galton 21 Origin fr. Old English. "Owner of a rented land." Not that prominent as a boys' name. See also Golden.
[Gorten] Var. of Gorton 22 From Old English element. "Settlement near the wedge-shaped piece of land." Unusual. Gorten (cf. Joben, Branden) ends with the familiar masculine -en. See also Morten. ..
[Halten, .. 2 more] Var. of Halton 23 From Old English language. "Estate on the hill." Halten is uncommon as a boys' name. See also Dalten.
[Hampten] Form of Hampton 24 Source fr. Old English language. "Home settlement." Rare, but Hampten is comparable to popular surnames Karten (top 51%), Baten (29%), with the -ten suffix. See also Hampden.
[Horten, .. 1 more] Form of Horton 25 Stems fr. Old English element. "Gray settlement." Not in Top 1000. See also Gorten.