What does Garron mean?
From the Gaelic word gearran. A garron or garran is a type of horse. The term occurs in Scotland and in Ireland, and generally refers to a small and much-despised beast. Also possibly of French origin, meaning "guardian". Use of Garron and variants listed here are probably the use of family surnames or as rhyming variants following the pattern of Darin variants.
(male) Garson, Gowron, ..
(female) Garni, Garroni, ..
How popular is Garron?
Garron is an uncommon first name for males but a very popular surname for both adults and children (#33876 out of 150436, Top 23%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Prominent varying forms of Garron (outside Top 2000) ranked in the Top 2000 are Darin (#1882 via latest list), Darryn, Daryn, Darron, Garren, Darrin, Daren, Daron and Daran. Adoption of these forms of Garron was at its apex 54 years ago (usage of 0.2%) and has become significantly less since, with forms such as Darin going out of style. Below is a charted comparison of the popularity of the boy name Garron and related names. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Garron is alike in pronunciation to Garwen, Garwin, Garwyn, Garwynn, Goran, Goren, Gorin, Gorren, Gorrin, Gurion and Guryon. Other suggested similar names are Aaron, Aarron, Arron▼, Bardon, Barton, Cardon, Carrol▼, Carson▲, Darran, Darrion▼, Darro, Darrol, Darton, Darwon (see Darwin), Erron, Fabron, Faron, Farran, Farrin, Farron, Garlen, Garlin, Garlyn, Garman, Garmen, GarrIk, Garrad, Garrie, Garrot (see Garret), Garrott, Garry▼, Garvan, Garven, Garvin, Garvyn, Gascon, Gaston, Gaylon, Gerson, Gjorn, Gordon▼, Harmon▼, Haroon, Jaron▼, Jarrin, Jarron, Jarrot, Karson▲, Labron, Larran, Larren, Larrin, Larson, Mardon, Marton, Parton, Taroon, Tarren, Tarron, Terron, Vardon, Warren▼, Warrin and Warton. These names tend to be more commonly used than Garron.