Ainsworth - Bosworth
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Ainsworth [Answorth] 1 Stems fr. Old English word. "Ann's estate." The variant forms Ainsworth and Answorth are uncommonly used male names, and Ainsworth occurs frequently (Top 3%) as a last name according to the US Census.
Atworth 2 Derived fr. Old English element. "At the farmstead." A seldom-used name for boys.
[Barth, .. 28 more] Var. of Bartholomew 3 Stems fr. Aramaic word. "Son of Talmai (the farmer)." The form Barth is a rarely used masculine name, appearing frequently (Top 2%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Berty. ..
Booth [Both, .. 3 more] 4 Derived fr. Middle English, Scandinavian elements. "Dwelling place." The versions Booth and Both are uncommonly used as men's names. Booth (Top 1%) and Both (28%) occur regularly as surnames in the US Census.
Bosworth 5 Root fr. Middle English element. "Fenced farm near the woods." Scarce as a name for children, Bosworth is found more often as a surname.
Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for -th names for boys.
[Ainsworth - Bosworth]
Ainsworth [Answorth], Atworth, Bartholomew [Barth], Booth [Both], Bosworth
[Cleanth - Yorath]
Cleanth [Cleneth, Clianth, Kleanth], Ellsworth [Elsworth, Ellswerth], Galahad [Galath], Galbraith [Galbreath, Gallbraith, Gallbreath], Gareth [Garth, Garyth, Garith, Garreth], Garret [Garyth, Gareth, Garrith, Garreth], Garth, Goldsmith, Goliath [Golyath, Golliath], Griffith, Heath, Helmut [Hellmuth], Japheth, Jareth [Jereth, Jarreth], Jarlath [Jarleath, Jarlaith], Jethro [Jeth], Keith, Kenneth [Kennith], Langworth, Leith, Mar- [Markeith], Meredith [Meredyth, Merideth, Meridith], Roth, Seth, Smith [Smyth], Wadsworth [Waddsworth], Walworth, Wentworth, Woolworth, Worth, Wyatt [Wyeth], Yaphet [Japheth, Yapheth], Yorath