Origin:British
Popularity:1227
Meaning:Western town
Westin is a boy’s name of British origin. Literally meaning “western town,” this title began as a surname that became widespread after the 11th century Norman Conquest of England. In those times, dwellers often took on a surname indicative of the area they were from, in this case, a town in the west. Time has since carried on and the name carried down through generations, now becoming quite popular as a first name. No matter what direction your little one has come from or where he’s headed in life, baby Westin will always remember his roots. Who knows, maybe he’ll even trace back his own lineage and uncover something incredible?

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Source: Social Security Administration

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