Colton

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Gender: M Meaning of Colton: "from the coal or dark town" Origin of Colton: English Colton's Popularity in 2015: #59

Colton is a trendy two-syllable choice, with the popular 'on/en' ending.

Colton jumped onto the popularity list in 1982 at Number 806. Then, in 1988, the hunky character Colton Shore was introduced on the soap opera General Hospital, and the name began to zoom up the list, till it has now reached Number 59. Coincidence or contributing factor?

Another attractive namesake is Teen Wolf heartthrob Colton Haynes. Short form Colt has been used by a couple of celebs.

Famous People Named Colton

Colton Lee Haynes, American actor and model
(Michael) Colton Dixon, American singer
Colton Cumbie, American reality TV personality ("Survivor")
Colton Douglas "Bobby" Orr, Canadian ice hockey player
Colton Sceviour, Canadian ice hockey player
Colton Parayko, Canadian ice hockey player
Colton Herta, American racing driver; son of driver Bryan Herta
Colton Schmidt, American NFL football player
Colton Iverson, American basketball player
Colton James, American actor
Colton Ford (born Glenn Soukesian), American adult film actor and singer
Colton Jacobson, American pop singer
Colton Murray, American baseball player
Colton Greene, U.S. Civil War general
Colton Burpo, American boy who inspired "Heaven Is For Real" by Todd Burpo
Colton Kyle, son of "American Sniper" Chris Kyle and Taya Kyle
Thomas Colton Padalecki, son of actors Genevieve & Jared Padalecki
Michael Colton O'Grady (b. 2004), son of actress Gail O'Grady and Chris Byers

Pop Culture References for the name Colton

Colton White, character in Western video game "Gun"
Colton Tayler, character in "Magnetic Shift" by Lucy D. Briand

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