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Ashton

Origin: Uzbekistan
gender-male
Region Origin: Central Asia

Ashton is a given name of English origin, derived from Old English and means "from the ash tree" or "ash tree town". It was originally a surname given to people who lived in or near a town or village where ash trees grew, and is a locational surname referring to the town of Ashton in Lancashire, England. Ashton has its roots in Old English, specifically from the words "æsc" meaning "ash tree" and "tun" meaning "town or settlement". The name is traditionally masculine, but has become more common as a gender-neutral first name.

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