Waylon

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Gender: M Meaning of Waylon: "land beside the road" Origin of Waylon: English Waylon's Popularity in 2015: #222

Country singer Waylon Jennings bestowed a kind of outlaw image on his name. In recent years, Waylon has leapt up the popularity charts to its highest point ever, Number 222. However, for many children of the 1980s and '90s, Waylon will be forever associated with The Simpson's character, Waylon Smithers.

Waylon Jennings' son, also named Waylon, is called Shooter, and Shooter's young son Waylon Albert with actress wife Drea DeMatteo will be addressed as Blackjack. Grandpa Jennings was originally called Wayland, but the name was changed early on by his mother.

Famous People Named Waylon

Waylon Arnold Jennings, American country music singer
Waylon, stage name of Willem Bijkerk, Dutch singer
(Michael) Waylon Lowe, American mixed martial artist
Waylon Glenn Prather, American NFL player
Waylon Muller, Marshall Islands Olympic wrestler
Waylon Dwayne Francis, Costa Rican footballer
Waylon Reavis, former vocalist for American nu metal band Mushroomhead
Waylon Tripp Parker, son of William True; grandson of American actors Kirstie Alley and Parker Stevenson
Waylon "Blackjack" Albert Jennings (b. 2011), son of singer-songwriter Shooter Jennings and actress Drea de Matteo
Waylynn Lucas, female American chef and owner of bakery Fonuts

Pop Culture References for the name Waylon

Waylon J. Smithers, Mr. Burns's assistant on TV's "The Simpsons"
Waylon Jones aka Killer Croc, character in Batman comics
Waylon Flood, character on TV's "American Gothic"
Waylon Forge, minor character in the first "Twilight" movie
Waylon Moore, character in 2004 film "Raising Waylon"

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