What does Milton mean?
Also possibly (Old English) "in the middle of three settlements". Used as given name from the early 19th century. Poet John Milton; comedian Milton Berle.
Related boy name: Homer.Kreatif forms:
(male) Migton, Miton, ..
(female) Miltona, Miltonay, ..
How popular is Milton?
Milton is a very popular first name for men (#210 out of 1220, Top 17%) and also a very popular surname for all people (#1652 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Charted below is the birth name statistics of Milton for boys. Milton reached its top rank of #73 in the U.S. in the 1910s, and is currently at #1090. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Homer is the only other prominent related form of Milton (#1090 from recent data). These relations of Milton reached the top of their popularity 104 years ago (usage of 0.4%) and have become significantly less widespread since, with forms like Milton becoming less trendy.
Suggested similar names are Allton, Alton▼, Belton, Bolton, Chilton, Colton▲, Dalton▼, Delton, Dillon▼, Dilon, Eilon, Ellton, Elton▼, Felton, Fulton, Galton, Gillon, Gilon, Gilson, Halton, Hilton▼, Hylton, Kelton, Kolton▲, Linton, Litton, Malden, Maldon, Mallon, Manton, Marton, Meldan, Melden, Meldon, Mellon, Melvon, Merton▼, Milan▲, Milborn, Millen, Milo▲, Miron, Morton▼, Murton, Nilson, Riston, Salton, Tildon, Tilton, Vinton, Walton▼, Welton, Wilson▼, Wilton▼ and Winton. These names tend to be less frequently used than Milton.