US Popularity:7319
Other Origin(s):Gaelic, Scottish
Meaning:Young horse; Frisky; Back country
Say 'neigh' to confusion as Coulter will be your little foal's 'mane' attraction! Coulter, originating from the English term colt, is traditionally used to describe a "young horse," adding an equestrian charm to this boy's moniker. Speaking of horses, the term coltish encapsulates your little bundle's spirited and energetic nature, which may take some time to find their footing. Coulter has Scottish and Gaelic origins and is a topographic surname in Coulter near South Lanarkshire. It means "back country," coming from the Gaelic term cúl tír. Though their first steps may be as "frisky" as a foal, your little Coulter will be galloping through life in no time!

Coulter Name Popularity Data

U.S. Births

Overall:Coulter is currently #7319 in U.S. births
Boy:Coulter is currently #3419 in U.S. births

Yearly Ranking Change:

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