What does Cameron mean?
Cameron [cameron] as a girls' name (also used more generally as boys' name Cameron) is pronounced KAM-ren. It is of Scottish and Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Cameron is "crooked nose". Scottish Highlands clan surname derived from the facial feature and based on the nickname given a valorous ancestor. May also possibly mean "crooked stream" or "crooked hill". Camerons in the Lowlands were derived from Cambernon in Normandy. Actresses Cameron Diaz, Camryn Manheim.
Cameron▼ has 23 variants: Camaran, Cameran, Cameren, Cameri, Cameryn, Cameryn, Camesha, Cameshia, Cami, Camren, Camrin, Camron, Camryn, Kameren, Kamerin, Kameron, Kammeron, Kamren, Kamron, Kamryn▲, Kamrynn, Kamrynne and Kamyron.
1 masculine form: Kameron.Creative forms:
(female) Camerna, Camerne, ..
(male) Camerle, Camerve, .. Middle name pairings:
Cameron Tori (C.T.), ..
How popular is Cameron?
Cameron is a very popular first name for women (#1862 out of 4276, Top 44%) and also a very popular surname for all people (#578 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Cameron was first listed in 1960-1969 and reached its highest position of #176 in the U.S. in 1999, and is at #530 currently. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Prominent variation forms of Cameron (#530 in 2015) are Cameran, Cameryn, Cami, Camryn (#395 in 2015), Kameron and Kamryn (#363). These relations of Cameron reached the top of their popularity in the year 1999 (median #896) and are now much less common (#1326, down 59.4%), with the version Cameron becoming less fashionable. Kamryn is the most chic girl name here.
Similar NamesSuggested similar names are Aeron, Caelan, Caelin, Caelyn, Caera, Caitrin, Caleen, Calen, Cambree, Cambria▲, Camela, Camelia, Camella, Cameo, Cammeo, Cardon, Careen, Caren, Carin, Carmen, Carmon, Caro, Carol▼, Caron, Caronn (see Karen), Carren, Carrin, Carrol, Carron, Carryn, Carson, Carylon, Caryn▼, Casen, Cason, Catelan, Catelyn, Caterina, Caterine, Catheren, Catherin, Cathern, Catheryn, Cathryn▼, Catrin, Cayelin, Cheron, Chevon, Cimarron, Cimeron (see Cimarron), Daron, Deron, Farron, Jamison, Karon, Madelon, Saffron, Saphron, Sheron, Simeron and Veron. These names tend to be less commonly used than Cameron.See names in meaning and etymology.