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Gender: M Meaning of Quinton: "queen's manor or fith" Origin of Quinton: English or Latin Quinton's Popularity in 2016: #594

Quinton is among several attractive Q-beginning, n-ending two-syllable names for boys, that also includes Quentin (the most popular iteration) and Quenton. They only suffer from their similarity and possible spelling confusion, ala girls' names Kristin, Kirsten and sisters. Quinton has slipped a bit in the standings over the past few years but remains an appealing choice. Quinton may be a descendant of the Roman family name Quintus, which means fifth, or may also be an English place-name meaning queen's manor or town.

Famous People Named Quinton

Quinton Aaron, American actor
Quinton Ramone Jackson, American mixed martial artist
Quinton Joseph Flynn, American voice actor
Quinton Arne Patton, American football player
Quinton McCracken, American baseball player
Quinton de Kock, South African cricketer
Quinton Fortune, South African footballer
Quinton Kyle Coples, American NFL football player
Quinton Reynolds, son of American actor Burt Reynolds and Loni Anderson

Pop Culture References for the name Quinton

Quinton "Q" Brooks, character from TV series Moesha

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