Jenson is an English and Danish surname that's never been too popular as a given name, which surprises us, but it appears to be on the rise. That could have something to do with a few young athletes who have helped make it more popular in recent years. Jenson is cute and has a bit of a preppy sound to it, though it doesn't offer much in the way of symbolism or meaning. Pair it with a trendy middle name to make it sound even more current.

Meaning of the name Jenson:

Danish, English: Son of Jens

Origin of the name Jenson:

Jenson is an old English surname that dates back centuries. Its meaning is “son of Jens.” Jens is a common name in Danish and German cultures. It's an alternative to the names Johannes or John.

Symbolism of the name Jenson:

Jenson doesn't offer much in the way of symbolism.

Style of the name Jenson:

Surname as a given name

Gender of the name Jenson:

Jenson is a boy's name.

Pronunciation of the name Jenson:


Number of syllables in the name Jenson:


Emotion evoked from the name Jenson:

The baby name Jenson evokes images of someone who is good-natured and has a great sense of humor.

Alternative spellings for the name Jenson:

Nicknames for the name Jenson:

  • Jen
  • Jens
  • Jensy

Popularity of the name Jenson:

According to the Social Security Administration, Jenson has never been a top 1,000 baby name for boys or girls in the United States.

Related names for the name Jenson:

Great middle names for Jenson and their meanings:

Famous people with the name Jenson:

  • Jenson Brooksby (tennis player)
  • Jenson Button (race car driver)
  • Jenson Joseph (cricketer)
  • Jenson Seelt (soccer player)
  • Jenson LaBrecque (hockey player)

Jenson in popular culture:

  • Jenson (character in the story “Symbiosis” by Shaelin Bishop)