User comments for Britton

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Agree this is unisex. My family is largely English and Irish in origin. Britton was the given middle name of my great grandfather (d. 1980).
Brentphl  12/16/2017
It can be a unisex name.
leoBeyene2002  11/10/2017
My son's name. We live in a city of 380,000 and there are two other males in our city with this name (notified by strangers who also named their sons Britton). It's great on boys -- we always get complimented. His last name has "rit" in it also and his grandfather is from England so it's justified. It's one of those boy/girl names. Since it is a last name for both male and females it can not be dismissed as a girls-only name. LOVE IT!
Cdlbxp  9/10/2017
I've only heard it for girls, spelled Britton or Britten.
― Anonymous User  7/11/2016
The name Britton was given to 78 girls and 106 boys born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/18/2016
Definitely a girl name! Only ever heard it on girls. It's cute!
― Anonymous User  5/25/2016
The name Britton was actually given to 85 baby GIRLS born in the US in 2012...
Oohvintage  7/18/2013
This name screams GIRL GIRL GIRL to me.
― Anonymous User  2/10/2011
Sounds far too much like 'Britain'. In fact, it sounds exactly alike, and the spelling being different doesn't help much. Not a name to move to Europe with, especially to Britain, of course. Besides, if you use the nickname Britt, it sounds quite feminine indeed. At least name the kid Bretton if you like the sound. Bretton doesn't sound like 'Britain', not too blatantly anyway, and the guy can go by Brett.
slight night shiver  5/17/2008
I don't know if this counts as a famous bearer, but it's a very, very small town in Michigan. Although, in that case, I don't think it was taken from the people name, but rather shortened from 'British-town,' most likely.
― Anonymous User  5/16/2008
I love this name! So unique, such a strong name. Very sexy name.
peerless  2/15/2007
Very lady-like if you ask me!
peerlesser  2/15/2007
Lady-like? Dude, what are you on?

Like the previous person, Britain and its Britons, enough said.
― Anonymous User  3/4/2009
I love this name! I think it's a boy name and it can be spelled Britain.
― Anonymous User  10/21/2006

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