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Gender: M Meaning of Milton: "settlement with a mill" Origin of Milton: English

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Once an upper-class British surname conjuring up the epic poetry of John Milton, it then descended to the antics of "Uncle Miltie" Berle, and now has left the stage completely.

Famous People Named Milton

Milton A. Romjue, U.S. Congressman from Missouri
Milton Acorn, Canadian poet, writer, and playwright
Milton Ager, American composer
Milton Avery, American modern painter
Milton Babbitt, American composer
Milton Bearden, retired Central Intelligence Agency officer, author, and film consultant
Milton Berle, American comedian
Milton Blanco, American soccer player
Milton Bradley, American toymaker
Milton Bradley, American baseball player
Milton Brown, American band leader and vocalist
Milton Brown, U.S. Representative from Tennessee
Milton Campbell, former track and field athlete from the United States
Milton Caniff, American cartoonist
Milton H. Erickson, American psychiatrist
Milton Friedman, economist
Milton Frome, American television and film actor
Milton Goode, American high jumper
Milton Hershey, founder of Hershey, PA and Hershey Chocolate Company
Milton Jones, British comedian
Milton Nascimento, Brazilian singer-songwriter
Milton Obote, Ugandan politician
Milton Prell, American hotel and casino developer
Milton Addas "Mitt" Romney, American NFL football player
Milton Vieira, Brazilian mixed martial artist
Milton Wynants, Uruguayan cyclist

Pop Culture References for the Name Milton

Milton Mamet, minor character on TV's "The Walking Dead"
Milton Hackett, character from movie "Cry-Baby"
Milton Waddams, socially awkward character in movie "Office Space"
Milton Calypeer, character in the movie Cars
Milton, an epic poem by William Blake
"Milton," opera by Gaspare Spontini
"Milton," series of cartoons for Saturday Night Live and the film Office Space
Milton Krest, villain in 007 movie "Licence to Kill"
Milton, a show jumping horse ridden by John Whitaker

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