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What does Charleton mean?

Charleton Pronunciation of Charleton [charleton] as a name for boys is of Old English derivation, and the meaning of Charleton is "free peasant's settlement". Charleton is an alternate spelling of Charlton (Old English): also possibly a variant on Carlton.

Associated with: old english, peasant (farmer).


3 relations via Charlton: Carleton, Carlton and Charleston.

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Middle name pairings:
Charleton Tyrus (C.T.), ..

How popular is Charleton?

Charleton is an uncommonly occurring given name for males but a very prominent last name for both adults and children (#69854 out of 150436, Top 46%). (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related boy names. Popular variation forms of Charleton (not ranked) are Carleton, Carlton (#1660 via latest list), Charleston (#1745) and Charlton. These forms of Charleton were popular 9 decades ago (usage of 0.05%) and are now much less popular (usage 0.01%, 82.4%), with the form Carlton becoming less stylish. (Top Baby Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Carleton, Carlton, Charleston, Charlton in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Charleton and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Recommended names are Barrton, Barton, Breton, Caelen, Cailean, Carden, Carlin, Carlito, Carlo, Carlos, Carlson, Carlssen (see Carlsen), Carlsson, Carmelo, Carmen, Caron, Carsen, Carson, Carston, Caxton, Champeon, Chancelor, Chaplain, Chaplinn (see Chaplin), Chappelin, Charles, Charleson, Charley, Charlie, Charlot, Charls, Charro, Chelton, Cheston, Chilton, Chretien, Christan, Christo, Christos, Claron, Claxton, Clayton, Cletos, Clevon, Clyffeton (see Clifton), Coleton, Colton, Cranston, Crayton, Criston, Crofton, Daleton, Dallton, Dalton, Daulton, Earlston, Earlton, Gaeton, Gallton (see Galton), Garretson, Hallton (see Halton), Hazleton, Karlson, Karlsson, Karlton, Marmeon (see Marmion), Marston, Salton, Shalmon, Tarleton, Tharon, Thornton, Walton, Warton and Wharton. These names tend to be more commonly used than Charleton.

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