Hutton Meaning and Origin

Hutton is a unisex name of English origin, meaning: “ridge settlement.” Hutton is a common surname of English and Scottish origin. It is derived from various place names in England and Scotland. The name originally referred to someone who lived near a settlement or village called Hutton. The word “Hutton” itself is derived from the Old English word “hoh” meaning “ridge” and “tun” meaning “enclosure” or “settlement.” Over time, the name spread and became a surname for individuals associated with those locations. Like Sutton, Hutton is a last name that works well as a first name. It’s not common at all for a first name, and that’s part of the charm.

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