Royston Meaning and Origin
The name Royston is a boy’s name meaning “settlement of Royce, glory stone” and is of English origin. The name “Royston” is derived from a place name in Hertfordshire, England. The town of Royston is known for its historical significance, including a medieval cave and a crossroads where four counties meet. As a given name, Royston gained popularity in the 19th century and has been used ever since. Royston can also be traced back to Old Norse origins. It is believed to be derived from the Old Norse name “Hróðsteinn,” which combines the elements “hróðr” meaning “fame” or “glory,” and “steinn” meaning “stone.” Over time, “Hróðsteinn” evolved into “Royston” in English. The name Royston is relatively uncommon, but it has a classic and distinguished feel. Some notable individuals with the name include Royston Drenthe, a Dutch professional footballer, and Royston Tan, a Singaporean filmmaker.
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