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Grayson was once a surname, most famously the last name of the popular comic book character Robin, otherwise known as Batman's sidekick. But in the 1980s, new parents began using it for a given name, and today, it's one of the most widely-used baby names for boys. The name has English roots and is extremely popular in English-speaking countries around the world.

Meaning of the name Grayson:

English: Son of the steward or son of the grey-haired one

Origin of the name Grayson:

Grayson started as an English surname, but over the last few decades, it's shifted to become of the top baby boy names in English-speaking countries.

Symbolism of the name Grayson:

Color names, like Blue and Indigo, have become popular in recent years, and you can add Grayson to the list. The name even translates to “son of the grey-haired one.”

Baby name Grayson

Style of the name Grayson:


Gender of the name Grayson:

Grayson is primarily a boy's name, though it's not unheard of for a girl to have this name.

Pronunciation of the name Grayson:


Number of syllables in the name Grayson:


Emotion evoked from the name Grayson:

The name Grayson evokes the image of a bright and adventurous boy who is strong and maybe a little mischievous too.

Alternative spellings for the name Grayson:

Nicknames for the name Grayson:

Popularity of the name Grayson:

According to the Social Security Administration, the baby name Grayson first broke into the top 1,000 names in the United States during the 1980s. It's become more popular with each passing year. As of 2020, it was the 35th-most popular name for baby boys.

Related names for the name Grayson:

Great middle names for Grayson and their meanings:

Famous people with the name Grayson:

Graysons in popular culture:

  • Grason Ellis (character on the TV show “Cougar Town”)
  • Grayson Kent (character on the TV show “Drop Dead Diva”)
  • Dick Grayson (real name of Robin, Batman's sidekick)
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