What does Byron mean?
Byron [by-ron] as a boys' name is pronounced BYE-ron. It is of Old English origin, and the meaning of Byron is "at the byres or barn".
Place name and surname often used as a given name. Lord Byron in the 1850s was a poet famous for his wildness and debauchery. Literary: the variant form Biron was the name of a character in Shakespeare's "Love's Labours Lost".
(male) Beirron, Boron, ..
(female) Byronia, Byronna, ..
How popular is Byron?
Byron is a very popular first name for males (#275 out of 1220, Top 22%) and also a very popular surname for both adults and children (#4810 out of 150436, Top 3%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Shown below is the birth name statistics of Byron for boys. Byron reached its top position of #217 in the U.S. during 1960-1969, and is currently at #652. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
The only other prominent variation form of Byron (#652 in recent rankings) is Byran. Adoption of these relations of Byron was common 54 years ago (adoption of 0.06%) and is now significantly less (adoption 0.02%, 67% less), with the form Byron falling out of fashion.
Byron▼ is alike in pronunciation to Baron, Barren, Barron, Berwin and Berwyn. Other recommended names are Adron, Aeron, Ahron, Aron▲, Arron▼, Auron, Aymon, Ayron, Bardon, Barton, Bern, Berton, Bevon, Borbon, Bordon, Born, Bran, Bren, Brion, Broc, Brod, Brok, Bron, Brown, Bryn, Bryon▼, Bryson▲, Burn, Burton▼, Byrd, Byrn, Byrne, Caron, Daron, Deron, Doron, Dylon▼, Dyson, Efron, Eron, Erron, Evron, Eynon, Eyton, Faron, Garon, Geron, Haron, Jaron▼, Jayron, Jeron, Joron, Kyron, Leron, Liron, Loron, Lyon, Lyron, Miron, Myron▼, Oron, Ryon, Symon, Syon, Taron, Teron, Tymon, Tynon, Tyron and Tyson▲. These names tend to be less frequently used than Byron.