Origin:British
Popularity:1808
Meaning:Son of brown
Surnames-turned-first names are an ever-popular choice in the United States, and the Olde English appellation Bronson fits that mold perfectly. The Anglo-Saxon surname didn’t just rise in the charts in the 1960s, it soared. Maybe this is an omen for the heights baby Bronson will reach as he glides through life? While the meaning “son of brown” may seem vague, the earthy color is thought to represent resilience, security, safety, and dependability, making Bronson a trusty choice for any little boy.

Famous People Named Bronson

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  • Charles Bronson
    Actor

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Source: Social Security Administration

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