A contracted form of Augustine and originally a surname. Austin is a city in Texas. Austin was a British car manufacturer, that was later called the British Motor Corporation. They were responsible for the first Mini and later the Austin Rover group.
French word for "handsome" (and therefore never used in French spaking countires as a given name) and American slang for "boyfriend". Its use as a first name likely came from a shortening of a surname such as Beauchamp or Beaufort in order to honor someon
Possibly a respelling of Beau meaning "handsome." Also a nickname for Boaz which means "fleetness."
An anglicised form of one of the Gaelic surnames 'Ó Cuidighthigh' (descendant of Cuidighthigh - originally a byname for a helpful person) or 'Mac Óda' (son of Óda).
Perhaps came into first-name use as a nickname for Nicholas. Cole is also a common surname, derived from the Old English "cola," meaning "coal." Perhaps the most well-known Cole in history is "Old King Cole," the subject of an English nursery-rhyme.
"Colt" can be used as a nickname for Colton.
"Colt" is also a well known U.S. firearms manufacturer.
"Colten" or "Colton" is a place name. "Coal town" is one likely translation, but many places called Colton originated as "Cola's town," where Cola was an Old English first name.
A deacon is the name given to someone who works in the Christian church but is not a priest or minister - the role can change from denomination to denomination. As a verb, to deacon has various meanings. It can mean 'to pack fruit or vegetables so that on
Graydon has made one appearance on the Top 1000 list in 1905, when color names, along with jewel and nature names, were at their height of popularity.
Traditionally a surname, Jackson has gained recent popularity as a first name. This rise in popularity is probably due to parents using Jackson as a longer form of the nickname Jack. Jack is traditionally a nickname for the name John.
Originally a surname which was derived from a Scottish place name
Most famous bearer of this surname turned personal name is 36th President of the United States Lyndon B. Johnson. Other famous bearers include political activist and economist Lyndon LaRouche,
Vance Brand is a former American astronaut.
Wayne Rooney and Wayne Bridge are English football or soccer players. Wayne Gretzky is a former Canadian ice-hockey player and Wayne Newton is a singer.
Historically, Wyatt was predominantly used only as a surname, though it occasionally made an appearance as a first name (e.g. the American cowboy Wyatt Earp). It is now very popular as a first name in the U.S.
From the English word which is ultimately derived from the Latin word "destinare," meaning "to determine".
Possibly a converted spelling of Liane but more likely the simple combination of Lee and Anne.
Nevaeh is a modern creation and is simply the word "heaven" spelt backwards. This first appeared in 2000 during an interview with a member of the American Christian rock band P.O.D. when he was explaining about his daughter's unusual name. Since then, N
A savanna (also spelled "savannah") is a large, grassy plateau. Savannah is the name of a large city in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is also the name of a breed of cat.
Anglicised form of the Gaelic surname Ó Caiside ('descendant of Caiside'). This surname is currently also used as a first name for both genders. It was the surname of Wild West bank and train robber Butch Cassidy, and American singer Eva Cassidy.
"Dakota" is a Sioux word used to denote a certain tribe within the Sioux nation. It is not used as a first name by the Sioux, for obvious reasons. Dakota is also the name of two U.S states - North Dakota and South Dakota, both originally located in the
Dallas is a city in Texas that grew due to it's importance in the oil and cotton industries. 'Dallas' was a long-running TV show that focussed on the Ewing family.