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Town baby names and what they mean, for town, settlement, city, village, with 335 results. Usage of these boy names was at its highest in 2015 (USAGE OF 4.4%), except for names like Morton which have fallen out of style. The more fashionable birth names in this list are Lincoln (#66), Sebastian (#35), Easton (#78), Weston (#120) and Kingston (#142), while Bonton (TOP 32%) and Broxton (12%) are familiar surnames. Here is the list of City names for girls.

Town names

Acton - Barton | Belton - Burke | Burroughs - Cimarron | Claxton - Darcy | Darrien - Earlston | Easton - Fenton | .. - .. | Wentworth - York

Acton - Barton

Acton
Root fr. Old English word. "Oak tree settlement." Aceton is a slightly prominent boys' name. See also Afton. Place name ..

Adrian

Adrian
Hadria was a town in northern .. Common as surnames, and Adrian (TOP 4%), Aydrian, etc. are similar to popular -ian surnames Avakian (TOP 14%), Ajemian (50%). [Haydrien, Haydrian, Hadriano, Hadrian, Arjen, Adya, Adryan, .. 20 more]

Alban
.. name from a city in the .. Albain, Alban, Albano, Albany and Albie are more rare as variations. [Aubin, Auban, Albys, Alby, Albis, Albain, .. 12 more]

Alston

Alston
.. noble one's settlement. Used somewhat widely as baby names, Alsten, Alston, etc. are comparable to the conventional Alister. [Allstonn, Allston, Alstin, Alsten, .. 1 more]

Alton

Alton
From Old English language. "Old town." Adoption of Alton and variants as baby names in 2015 was down 23% compared to 2005. Mainly American .. [Elton, Alston, .. 3 more]

Amarillo
A city in Texas. The name .. Amarillo is a rare masculine name, registering often (UPPER 85%) as a surname.

Ammon

Ammon
.. The town of Ammam in Jordan .. Ammon, Amnon and Amon are barely found as male names. [Amnon, Amon]

Antioco
Antioch is a city in what .. Antiochus and variants are barely found as given names. [Antiochus, Antioch, .. 1 more]

Ashton

Ashton
Derived fr. Old English element. "Ash tree town." Usage of Ashton and variants as boys' names in 2015 was up 10.9% compared to the year before. Surname used as a given name .. [Aston, Ashtun, Ashtin, Ashford, .. 2 more]

Ashur
.. people and their first major city .. Usage of Ashur and Asher as baby names in 2015 was 18.4% more than the previous year. [Asher]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Town names: Adrian, Alston, Alton, Ammon, Ashton

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Town names: Aspen, Aston, Austin, Bailey, Baron

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Town names: Barry, Barton

Aspen

Aspen
.. ski resort and town in Colorado. Gender-neutral name. Uncommon, with usage of 0.005% for Aspen as a birth name in 2015, lower than 0.005% in 2014.

Aston

Aston
Source fr. Old English element. "East town; ash tree settlement." Gender-neutral name. Aston soared in popularity in 2015. Place name ..

Athens
The capital of Greece. Athens is .. Arens and Atens are creative forms. [Athenios]

Atherton
Origin fr. Old English language. "Town by the spring." Rather uncommon as a children's name, Atherton is used more commonly as a last name. The town of Atherton in Northern ..

Austin

Austin
.. The state capital is named in .. Used widely as baby names, Austin, Ostynn, etc. are similar to the popular Dustin. [Ostynn, Ostin, Austyn, .. 2 more]

Bailey

Bailey
Root fr. Old English language. "City fortification." Bailey (TOP 1%), Baily (8%), Bayley (10%), Baillie (11%) and Bail (14%) appear commonly as last names. Place name and transferred use of .. [Bayly, Bailie, Bail, .. 8 more]

Balfour
.. name of a town in northern .. Not in popularity charts. [Ballfour, .. 3 more]

Baron

Baron
.. where there is an official aristocracy .. Barron (TOP 1%), Barr (1%), Baron (1%) and Barren (18%) are found commonly as last names. [Barron, .. 3 more]

Barry

Barry
.. that became the city of Cork .. Somewhat common as baby names, Berry, Barry, etc. are comparable to the common Perry. [Berry, Barrey, Barree, .. 6 more]

Barton

Barton
From Old English word. "Barley settlement." Less used today. Bart and Barton were variations last listed (1990) in the Top 2000. .. Could possibly mean "Bart's town" too .. [Barrton, Barten, .. 1 more]

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Town names [and variants] for boys.

1. Acton - Barton
Acton, Adrian [27], Alban [17], Alston [5], Alton [5], Amarillo, Ammon [2], Antioco [3], Ashton [6], Ashur [1], Aspen, Aston, Athens [1], Atherton, Austin [5], Bailey [11], Balfour [4], Baron [4], Barry [9], Barton [3]


Belton [1], Benton, Bergen [2], Berton [4], Bevis [4], Bolton [3], Boston, Botolf [4], Boynton, Branton [3], Braxton [1], Brenton [5], Brigham [3], Brighton, Brinley [8], Bristol [1], Brockton [3], Brunswick, Burgess [3], Burke [5]


Burroughs [1], Burton [3], Busby [4], Cadby [3], Cadmus [6], Caeo [2], Cairo, Canby [2], Canice, Carlow [1], Carlton [4], Carlyle [4], Carson [5], Caxton, Charlton [4], Chesley [5], Chesney [4], Chester [3], Cheyenne [4], Cimarron [3]


Claxton, Clayton [5], Cleveland [6], Clifton [6], Clinton [3], Cobham [1], Colby [5], Colton [4], Concord, Cork, Cosmo [3], Covington, Cranston, Creighton [2], Crofton [3], Cunningham [2], Dallas [4], Dalton [5], Damaskenos [2], Darcy [4]


Darrien [6], Dart, Darton, Darvell, Dax [2], Dayton [2], Decatur, Delphin [8], Delton [1], Denby [5], Denham, Denver, Derry [1], Devon [9], Digby, Dundee, Dunton, Durbin, Earlham, Earlston [1]


Easton, Eaton [3], Egerton [1], Elgin [4], Ellington, Elston [2], Elton [4], Ely, Emlyn [1], Ennis [1], Essex, Estes, Eston, Everton, Evian [1], Fairbanks, Fargo, Farren [5], Felton [2], Fenton [1]


Fenwick, Finbar [11], Fulton, Gaetano [11], Galway, Garry, Garton [1], Gary [6], Gilad [2], Glanville, Glendon [3], Gorham, Gorton [1], Granville [4], Graydon [1], Gresham, Hadrian [4], Hamilton [4], Hamlet [5], Hampton [1]


Hardwick [1], Harrington, Hazleton, Henley [2], Hilton [1], Hobart [5], Horton [2], Houghton [1], Houston [4], Hugh [14], Huntington [2], Hutton [1], Iago [2], Jericho [4], Kain, Kelton [6], Kempton, Kenton [2], Kimberly [4], Kingston


Kirby [6], Kolton [3], Kynaston, La- [23], Lacrosse, Lancaster [4], Lander [6], Langston [3], Lansing, Laramie, Laredo, Lauriston, Lawrence [46], Lawton [2], Leighton [2], Lincoln [2], Lindhurst [3], Linton [3], Litton [4], Livingston [3]


London, Lot, Lyle [4], Lyon [1], Lytton, Mackinac, Macon, Manasseh [5], Manchester, Mandan, Mankato, Manton [2], Manville [4], Markham, Marston [1], Melbourne [8], Melchior [4], Melville, Merlin [7], Mersey


Merton [2], Middleton, Milan, Milton [6], Monckton [1], Morton [1], Mostyn, Nairobi, Nashua, Nazaire [6], Neville [5], Newbury [2], Newport, Newton, Nicandro [6], Nickleby, Norton, Norville [6], Olimpio [4], Orton


Orville [5], Paisley, Paris [1], Parton, Patton [5], Paxton [4], Pendleton, Phoenix [2], Preston, Quincy [3], Quinton [8], Raleigh [4], Ralston, Remington, Remy [7], Reno, Renton, Renwick, Rexton, Rhinebeck [1]


Richmond, Riston [1], Riyad [1], Rochester [3], Romulus [1], Roxbury [1], Royston, Rudy [3], Rupert [1], Sabino [4], Sackville, Sainsbury [1], Salem, Salisbury [6], Salton, Sandberg [3], Sanditon, Sandhurst [1], Schultz, Seabury


Seaton [2], Sebastian [8], Sefton, Selby [4], Seton, Shawnee [2], Sheffield, Shelton, Shenandoah, Shipton, Silverton [1], Somerby [3], Somerset [2], Somerton [3], Stanton [2], Stanwick [2], Stockton, Sudbury [3], Sutton, Swanton


Swinton, Tahoma [3], Tanton, Taos, Tarleton, Tavaris [5], Teilo, Templeton [3], Thornton, Thorpe [1], Thurston [8], Tiburon, Townsend [5], Tremain [5], Trenton [2], Trevin [6], Trevor [3], Troy [2], Tupper, Tyrus


Ukiah, Upton, Urban [5], Vail [5], Villiers, Vinton, Wadham, Wadsworth [1], Wagner [2], Waldorf [1], Waldwick [1], Walker, Waltham, Walton, Warburton, Warton [1], Warwick [2], Washington, Wells, Welton


Wentworth, Weston [2], Wharton [1], Wheaton, Wickham, Wickley, Wiley [2], Wilton, Windsor [2], Winthrop, Winton [1], Wortham, Wyandanch, Wyck [2], York [3]

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