Meaning name Aston

Meaning name Aston

English unisex name derived from a place name meaning "east settlement."

Asta - Pet form of Scandinavian Astrid, meaning "divine beauty."
Astarot - In demonology, this is the name of a Prince of Hell, meaning "leading one" or "the chief." He is depicted in the Dictionnaire Infernal as a nude man with dragon-like wings, hands and feet, a second pair of feathered wings, and a crown. He is holding a serpent in one hand while riding a wolf-like beast. Compare with feminine Astaroth.
Astaroth - Variant spelling of English Ashtaroth, meaning "star." In the bible, this is the name applied to false goddesses in the Canaanite religion, usually related to a fertility cult. It is also the name of a city in Bashan east of the Jordan given to Manasseh.
Astarte - Greek name meaning "star." In mythology, this is the name name of a goddess of fertility and war.
Astigar - Basque name meaning "maple."
Aston - English habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements east "east" and tun "settlement," hence "east settlement."
Astor -  French and German name derived from Occitan astor, meaning "goshawk," itself from Latin acceptor, a variant of accipiter, meaning "hawk." It was originally a derogatory term for men with hawk-like, predatory characteristics.
Astra - English name derived from Greek aster, meaning "star."
Astraea - Latin form of Greek Astraia, meaning "starry one." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of justice.
Astraia - Greek name meaning "starry one." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of justice.
Astrid - Scandinavian form of Old Norse Ástriðr, meaning "divine beauty."
ÁstriÐr - Old Norse name composed of the elements áss "god" and friðr "beautiful," hence "divine beauty."
Astrophel - English literary name from Astrophel and Stella, a famous sonnet composed by Philip Sidney in the 1580s, composed of the Greek elements aster "star" and phil "friend, lover," hence "star lover."