Meaning:Camp of soldiers
Cheston is a boy’s name of Latin origin. It derives from the English place name of Chester, an old Roman town whose name comes from the Latin word castrum, meaning “camp of soldiers.” One of the most historic towns in England, picturesque Chester makes a worthy namesake for baby! Cheston has a sophisticated vintage feel to it, and offers a less common alternative to the better-known Chester.
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