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Gender: Male Meaning of Aston: "eastern settlement" Origin of Aston: English

The name Aston is a boy's name of English origin meaning "eastern settlement". Aston and is often added to lists like Boy Names Uncommon in the US and discussed in our forums with posts like "Picky Parents BNG".

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Has an upscale aura, perhaps due to the luxury James Bond Aston Martin car.

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Famous People Named Aston

Aston Webb, English architect
Aston Iain Merrygold, singer of British boy band JLS
Aston Kajara, Ugandan finance minister
Aston Llewellyn Moore, Jamaican British track and field athlete
Aston Croall, English rugby union player
Aston James Bartel (b. 2015), son of Jimmy and Nadia Bartel
Reign Aston Disick, son of reality TV's Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick
Francis William Aston, English chemist, winner of the Nobel Prize

Pop Culture References for the name Aston

Aston Martin, car brand
"Aston Martin Music," song by Rick Ross ft. Chrisette Michele and Drake

Astin, Asten

Comments

paulapuddephatt Says:

2017-04-25T18:14:24

Are there Aston Villa fans who have used this name??? I do think it's quite cute.

stella2007 Says:

2016-03-20T03:45:41

Aston is such a fresh version of the beautiful name Ashton. Ashton has always been one of my favorite names for a boy and Aston is a slightly more unusual version of the name. If you live in conservative cities, maybe stick with Ashton as some people might not be able to get their head around the name Aston as it may be too modern for them. I also think of the car Aston Martin, which is a super luxurious car which is also featured in the James Bond movies, so that's a pretty cool name for a boy. And it's not pronounced with a long A like ASS-ton. It is simply As-ton or As-ten, which is lovely.

iipostmvh Says:

2016-01-15T22:11:15

I do like this name quite a bit, it's familiar but not very popular. I don't see it as pretentious, but unfortunately the way I pronounce is to clearly articulate -as(s) and that's what I initially hear.