English - Etymology
English - Pronunciation
- IPA(key): /ˈmɪltən/
English - Proper Noun
- A habitational surname.
A male given name derived from the surname.
1989 David Leavitt: Equal Affections.
ISBN 0-670-821977 page 215:
- Herbert, Sydney, Milton, Seymour. You know, all the time I was growing up I thought those were the most ordinary Jewish first names, until someone pointed out that they were British last names. I guess to my great-grandparents those names must have sounded so modern, so sophisticated, so - non-Eastern European. And now they're just Uncle Miltie, Uncle Sy, Uncle Herb. Do other people have Uncle Donne and Uncle Wordsworth?
- 1989 David Leavitt: Equal Affections. ISBN 0-670-821977 page 215:
- Name of many cities, towns and villages in Canada and the US.
- Brand name of sterilising compound for baby bottles
- Milton Keynes - large new town in England, 90km north of London