Full Names

  1. Cole
    • Origin:

      English
    • Meaning:

      "swarthy, coal black"
    • Description:

      Cole -- a short name that embodies a lot of richness and depth -- has long been associated with the great songwriter Cole Porter. It's quite popular in Scotland.
  2. Dalton
    • Origin:

      English
    • Meaning:

      "the settlement in the valley"
    • Description:

      Dalton is a name with multi-faceted appeal. Many are attracted to the name's resemblance to other two-syllable n-ending favorites: Colton, Holden, and cousins. Others see it as a trendy Western name, recalling the legendary Dalton Brothers gang. It also has something of an upscale, preppy feel connected to the exclusive New York private school.
  3. Fenton
    • Gresham
      • John-Pipken
        • Maeryn
          • Porter
            • Origin:

              English from French occupational name
            • Meaning:

              "doorkeeper or carrier"
            • Description:

              Porter is one clubby surname or occupational that was given to around 80 baby girls in the US last year -- and nearly 600 baby boys.
          • Tobias
            • Origin:

              Greek from Hebrew
            • Meaning:

              "God is good"
            • Description:

              Tobias is one of a number of s-ending boys' names that are riding a wave of popularity. With its Old Testament-Dickensian feel, it's a name with a distinguished pedigree.
          • Tatem
            • Zephyr
              • Origin:

                Greek
              • Meaning:

                "west wind"
              • Description:

                Zephyrus was the Greek god of the west wind, and all names associated with him have a pleasantly gentle, breezy feel.