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I think of Aston as a middle name more then a first. But I love the name. It's on my list to use when I have kids.
-- Anonymous User  5/5/2006
A good middle name for Aston would be Martin. Just like the car. Which, admittedly, is a FINE ride!
-- Starla Roxanne  9/17/2006
This name sounds a bit elitist and snobby, while Ashton doesn't. Must be the car. I would never use this name for females. The name sounds even more masculine than the definitely masculine Ashton. It would sound weird on any girls and women, even the tomboys and androgynous women. I hate it when people think this name is too close to 'ass'. It's not ''AAAS-ton'', it's ''AS-ton''!
-- slight night shiver  5/15/2008
Aston for a girl?! No way! this name is way too masculine!
-- starz26  1/24/2010
Definitely reminds me of Aston Villa, the football team.
-- quintus  9/25/2011
Aston Martin car manufacturer.
-- GibsonGirl  1/20/2012
Certainly not a feminine name! It's not overused so I like it. It sounds kind of modern too. So many male names are so old and dated. It's a nice departure from Ashton too, much thanks to Ashton Kutcher for ruining that name.
-- GibsonGirl  1/20/2012
Asten sounds very pretty. When I first heard it I thought it would belong to boy and not a girl. But now I think it would actually fit a girl better. :) It would be very unique.
-- Gio123  8/7/2013
Sir Aston Cockayne, 17th century English writer and Royalist.

Aston Merrygold, from British boy band JLS.
-- AustraLiana  4/11/2015
Since the Middle Ages, the name Aston has also been used as a contraction of Athelstan and similar names - another source of the surname.
-- AustraLiana  4/11/2015

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