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Trenton is a nice name for a boy, it sounds strong, rugged and handsome.
-- Anonymous User  4/28/2006
This name is wonderful. I would so name a male that!
-- willyedge  8/11/2007
I really like the name Trenton. I think that Trent would be a cute nickname for Trenton. Trenton seems to me a mix of emotions. It seems soft and gentle little Trenton but then is seems strong and refined. So I believe this is a name that would age well on someone.
-- Anonymous User  9/6/2007
Trenton, Ontario was named after the Trent River.
-- Anonymous User  9/6/2007
William Trent I was the founder of Trenton, New Jersey. There was the Battle of Trenton during the Revolutionary War.
-- Anonymous User  9/6/2007
Trent came from a Celtic word meaning strong torrent.
-- Anonymous User  9/6/2007
Gaius Terentilius Harsa. He went by Terentilius. Terentilius was a plebeian tribune in Ancient Rome around 462 BC.

I believe the name Terentilius is distant relative name to Trenton. If you base it on how names form over the centuries. That is just my opinion though.
-- Anonymous User  9/12/2007
Trenton Malloy is a character on the television show Walker Texas Ranger - he is played by James Wleck. He is also on the spinoff show Sons of Thunder.
-- Nicola17  10/20/2007
I live just across the river from Trenton, NJ. And trust me- that place is horrible. Disgusting and dreary with a very high crime rate. Not a good namesake for a baby at all.
-- ZoeAliza  3/16/2008
I agree with ZoeAliza. Trenton is a horrible place after which to be named. Who in their right mind would used this name?
-- gio2475  6/15/2008
This name is a really cute strong name for a boy. No one is going to think about the Trenton River or area around England. Some people don't even know where that is! This is just a good name and the nickname Trent is cute too!
-- Anonymous User  10/2/2009
I understand wanting to name a child after a beautiful place or a place with personal meaning, like Paris, India, Vienna, or Virginia, but who wants to name a kid after the capital of New Jersey? From what I've heard, it's crime-ridden and depressing. I wonder if some of these parents even know Trenton is an actual place and are only using it because it's trendy and they think it sounds cute.
-- Anyechka  5/16/2013
I'm sorry, but for some reason I find this name quite tacky. It doesn't have a pleasant sound, and it really doesn't even sound like a name. It's a little too 'new agey' for me. Trent is nice though.
-- Anonymous User  7/25/2013

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