What does Aston mean?
Aston [as-ton] as a boys' name (also used less commonly as girls' name Aston) is of Old English origin, and the meaning of Aston is "east town; ash tree settlement". Place name. Also possibly related to a Middle English personal name Astanus. Famous for an English sports car, the Aston Martin. Also form of Ashton.
(male) Aiton, Asdan, ..
(female) Astha, Astoni, .. MIDDLE NAME PAIRINGS
Aston Bernardo (A.B.), ..
How popular is Aston?
Aston is an unusual first name for males but a very prominent surname for both adults and children (#8154 out of 150436, Top 5%). (2000 U.S. CENSUS)
Aston was first listed in 2009 and reached its top rank of #1089 in the U.S. in 2015. (TOP 2000 NAMES, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source form and related boy names. The only other prominent related form of Aston (#1089 VIA LATEST LIST) is Ashton (#141). Adoption of these relations of Aston was at its peak in the year 2004 (AVERAGE #1038) and is somewhat lower today (#615, 38.9% LESS USAGE).
Aston is alike in pronunciation to Austen▼, Austin▼, Austyn, Easton▲, Eston, Osten, Ostin, Ostyn, Ostynn, Westen, Westin▲, Weston▲ and Wystan. Other suggested similar names are Aaron, Acton, Admon, Adon, Aeron, Aeson, Afton, Ahron, Aitan, Aldon, Allon, Allston, Allton, Alsdon (see Alston), Alsten, Alstin, Alston, Alten, Alton▼, Ammon, Amnon, Amon, Andon▼, Anson▲, Antin, Antol, Anton▼, Antoni, Antons, Antony, Antun, Antwon▼, Ardon, Arion, Armon, Aron▲, Arto, Aryon, Ascot, Asen, Ashtin, Ashtun, Aslan, Aswin, Aswyn, Auron, Avon, Ayron, Boston▲, Duston, Eaton, Eton, Eyton, Gaston, Huston, Jeston, Orton, Paton, Riston, Ruston, Seton and Upton. These names tend to be more frequently used than Aston.See names in meaning and etymology.