Ayton

Ayton Meaning and Origin

The name Ayton is a boy’s name meaning “river stream + farmstead” and is of English and Scottish origin.  Ayton is a surname of English origin. It is derived from several place names in England and Scotland, such as Ayton in Berwickshire, Ayton in Durham, and Ayton in Yorkshire. These place names are believed to have Old English roots, with “ea” meaning “river” and “tun” meaning “enclosure” or “settlement.” As a surname, Ayton refers to someone who either came from one of these places or was associated with them in some way. Ayton is also a Scottish surname and place name. The Scottish name Ayton is derived from the Old English term “ea” meaning “river” and “tun” meaning “town” or “settlement.” It is primarily associated with the village of Ayton in the Scottish Borders region. The name may have been given to individuals who hailed from or had connections to this village. yton could also be a variant spelling of the Hebrew name “Eitan” or “Etan.” In Hebrew, “Eitan” means “strong” or “enduring.” This name has biblical origins and is associated with several notable figures in Hebrew scriptures.

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