Meaning:Coal town; Dark-complexioned
Kolt is a dapper boy’s name of Old English origin, meaning “coal town” and “dark complexioned,” and is a variation of the surname Colton. Now is an excellent time to re-mined you that many British names stem from place names that describe the landscape/function of the settlement. Ancient peoples also used appellations to describe a person or family’s most notable features or occupation. Parents searching for a swift and smooth cool-kid name will love the snappy vibes Kolt has. Its “coal town” aesthetic gives Kolt a steampunk/industrial revolution panache, and a top hat and pair of aviator goggles will only complete the look. A centuries-old name with a contemporary flair, Kolt is a sophisticated choice for your little nugget of gold—regardless of when and where baby is born.
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