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Correct spelling: Peyton




Meaning: fighting-man's estate

Origin: English

Peyton as a boy's name (also used as girl's name Peyton), is pronounced PAY-ten. It is of Old English origin, and the meaning of Peyton is "fighting-man's estate". Place name. Possibly related to Patrick or Patton. Paden is a Scottish variant. Football players Walter Payton, Peyton Manning; basketball player Gary Payton.

Related names: Tayton.

Sounds Like: Paten, Paton, Button, Patten, Pattin, Patin.

Variants: Payton, Paden.




Origin: Irish

Peyton as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Peyton), is a variant of Payton (Irish).

Sounds Like: Petunia, Bethan, Bettina, Bettine, Betina, Bidon.

Examples of usage for Peyton:

1) A door opened, and she drew herself into a ground- floor room in case the sound meant that Mr. Peyton were taking his leave. "Night and Day", , Virginia Woolf.

2) Then, Peyton, you will have to admit to the assembled company that you have been mistaken." "Night and Day", , Virginia Woolf.

3) Mr. Peyton leant a little back in his chair, and, putting his head rather on one side, observed that that was a question that he had never been able to answer entirely to his satisfaction. "Night and Day", , Virginia Woolf.

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