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Meaning of the Name Eton

The first name Eton is of English origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

English: Variant of Eaton: River Town

Similar Names

Eaton | Eatton | Eatun | Edan | Eden | Edin | Edmon | Eitan | Etam | Etan |

Related Names

Aletona  (Hawaiian)
Variant of Alekona: from the Old Town
Anya  (English)
Variant of Anna. British Novelist Anya Seton
Betonim  (Biblical)
Bellies
Betonim  (Biblical)
Bellies
Bret  (Celtic)
A Breton
Bret  (English)
A Native of Brittany: (France) or Britain: (England). Derived from the Surname Breton or Briton, Brett and Bret Became Popular First Names After Us Writer Bret Harte. Brett Became Very Popular in Aust
Brett  (English)
A Native of Brittany: (France) or Britain: (England). Derived from the Surname Breton or Briton, Brett and Bret Became Popular First Names After Us Writer Bret Harte. Brett Became Very Popular in Aust
Brett  (Celtic)
A Breton
Brian  (English)
Brought to England by the Breton Companions of William the Conqueror, This Name is Originally Derived from the Irish Word for Hill
Britani  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Britney  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Brittaney  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Brittani  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Brittanie  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Brittany  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Brittnee  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Brittney  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Brittni  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Bryan  (English)
Brought to England by the Breton Companions of William the Conqueror, This Name is Originally Derived from the Irish Word for Hill. Popular Variant of Brian
Bryceton  (Scottish)
Variant of Bryce
Carleton  (English)
Peasants' Settlement. Derived from a Surname and Place Name; Based on Old English.Free Men's Town
Charleton  (English)
From Charles' Farm. Also a Variant of Carleton: from the Farmer's Land
Joel  (Hebrew)
Jehovah is God. .Strong - Willed. The Name of a Breton Saint. The Biblical Prophet Joel Wrote the Book of Joel
Joyce  (English)
Cheerful. Merry. from the Name of Hermit St Judoc (St Judocus or St Josse), Who Was the Son of a Breton King. in Medieval England, This Name Was Given to Children of Either Gender, Although it is Now
Keaton  (English)
Where the Hawks Go (Keeton, Keytcn)
Princeton  (Latin)
Principal One; First. The Rock Musician Prince
Princeton  (English)
Principal One; First. The Rock Musician Prince
Seaton  (English)
Village by the Sea (Seeton, Seton)
Seeton  (English)
From the Farm by the Sea
Seton  (English)
From the Farm by the Sea
Tarleton  (English)
Thor's Settlement
Tarleton  (English)
From the Thunder Estate
Teetonka  (Native American)
Talks Too Much (Sioux)
Teetonka  (American)
Big Lodge
Templeton  (English)
Village Near the Temple
Templeton  (English)
Town of Sanctuary
Templeton  (English)
Temple-town. This Surname Refers to Medieval Priories and Settlements of the Military Religious Order Knights-templars

Additional Names

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