US Popularity:11363
Other Origin(s):Norse
Meaning:Forest glade, piece of dry land in fenny country
You’ll have a belter on your hands if you give baby the name Belton. This British surname is now a masculine moniker that will suit a little one with a good pair of lungs. It derives from the Old Norse name Beli or terms bil or bael, meaning “interspace,” combined with the Old English word tun, signifying “farm, settlement.” Hence, Belton means “forest glade or piece of dry land in fenny country.” Get ready for baby Belton to belt out songs in the back of the car, at the karaoke machine, or maybe in theaters and arenas. Hopefully, you’re up for some duets with beautiful baby Belton.

Belton Name Popularity Data

Yearly Ranking Change:

in 2002
- 1294
from 1992
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