What does Gaston mean?
French name from the Germanic word gast. This was the name of a sixth-century bishop who was a missionary to the Franks, which led its use as an aristocratic name in the early Middle Ages. The name may also mean "man from Gascony", whereby Gascony is a region in the south of France whose inhabitants are reputed to be hot-tempered. Also the name of the unlucky and boorish suitor in Disney's film of "Beauty and the Beast".
Gaston has 2 variants: Gascon and Gastone.Kreatif forms:
(male) Gaiton, Gasson, ..
(female) Gastonna, Gastonne, ..
How popular is Gaston?
Gaston is a somewhat popular first name for men (#1142 out of 1220, Top 94%) and an even more popular surname for all people (#1797 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the birth name history of Gaston for boys. Gaston reached its peak rank of #702 in the U.S. during 1900-1909, but is not listed at the moment. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Suggested similar names are Alston, Aston, Barton, Boston▲, Carston, Cason▲, Castor, Caxton, Dalton▼, Danton, Darton, Daxton▲, Dayton, Deston, Duston, Easton▲, Eaton, Eatton, Elston, Eston, Gaetan, Gaeton, Gallton (see Galton), Galten, Galton, Galvon, Gannon▲, Garion, Garmon, Garon, Garron, Garson, Garton, Gaylon, Gorton, Grayton, Halton, Huston, Jason▼, Jeston, Kason▲, Kastor, Lawton, Layton▲, Manton, Marston, Marton, Maslon, Mason▲, Masson, Parton, Paton, Patton, Paxton▲, Payton▼, Ralston, Riston, Ruston, Salton, Saxton, Tanton, Tayton, Walton▼, Warton and Weston▲. These names tend to be less commonly used than Gaston.