Austin is typically thought of as a name for baby boys, but by changing the “i” to a “y” has made it more of a unisex name in recent years. As a matter of fact, it is currently more popular for girls than boys, a slight shift from trends of recent years. We love the way it sounds with one-syllable middle names like Rose, Kate, George, and Paul. For many people in the United States, Austyn is a place name, but it actually has a different origin.
Meaning of the name Austyn:
Latin: Great, magnificent
English: Great, magnificent
Origin of the name Austyn:
Austyn is actually derived from the Ancient Roman name Augustus. In Latin, it means “great” and “magnificent,” so it was a natural choice for leaders in those days.
Symbolism of the name Austyn:
Of course, new parents think their babies are great and magnificent, so they may choose the name Austyn for this reason. They could also choose it to symbolize their passion for or history with the capital city of Texas, Austin.
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Gender of the name Austyn:
Austyn is a name for both boys and girls.
Pronunciation of the name Austyn:
Number of syllables in the name Austyn:
Emotion evoked from the name Austyn:
The baby name Austyn evokes images of someone who is active and wild.
Alternative spellings for the name Austyn:
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Popularity of the name Austyn:
According to the Social Security Administration, Austyn was a top 1,000 name for girls in the United States in 2018 and 2019. It last ranked at number 991 in 2019. For boys, it was a top 1,000 baby name between 1993 and 2006, as well as in 2012. It last ranked at number 899 in 2012.
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