Popularity:3641
Origin:British
Meaning:The royal settlement
Kenton may be a winner if you’re looking for a sophisticated British name for your dapper baby. This historic masculine name gives major regal vibes, probably because it means “the royal settlement.” Kenton derived from the Old English place name, “cyne-tun,” which means “the King’s farm,” and is related to the name Kingston. Kenton was originally an occupational surname for those who worked on the king’s land. While some may describe Kenton as stiff, baby could totally be the one to revive this name. Kenton is brimming with potential—it has charm, cool-kid energy, and an intelligent and refined aura. Kenton isn’t old-fashioned, it’s vintage, and vintage names are here to claim back their throne.
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