US Popularity:10287
Meaning:Manor; Fortified place
Asbury is one of the more polished English names out there. Something you’d read off a period romance or come across in the Bridgerton series, maybe? Used largely for boys, it’s believed to be a habitational name to refer to someone from a “manor, fortified place.” The Methodist Episcopal Church goers in America will recognize it as the name of their first bishop. Put the two together and you get the opportunity to foster an unshakeable and unwavering faith in baby. And wouldn’t you rather feel more like a house built on rock than sand?

Asbury Name Popularity Data

Yearly Ranking Change:

in 1979
- 2143
from 1966
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