Colin

Colin meaning and origin

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Old Greek, Irish and Scottish
Usage: English, Tamil, Scottish, French, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: Victory of the People, Young Boy and Puppy
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Outstanding and All time favorite Colin came from Irish, Scottish and Old Greek languages bestowed upon both boys and girls and is used in French, Tamil, Swedish, Finnish, Danish, Scottish, Norwegian and English, meaning of Colin is "Victory of the People, Young Boy or Puppy". Colin is variation of Cailean. Cailean is variant form of everlasting and preeminent Colin. Cailean is Scottish equivalent of Columba. Of Scottish, Old Greek and Celtic origin, Famed and Perpetual Cailean, Cailean means "Coileán". Colin is abridged form of Nicolas. Nicolas is Spanish and French cognate of Nichol. Of Old Greek origin, Admired and Ceaseless Nicolas, Nicolas means "Victory and People, Victory of the People and Conquerer of the People". Colin is Scottish and English form of Nichol. Also Colin is English form of Col. It is celebrated on 6 December.

Variants of Colin

Cailean, Columba, Coileain, Nichol, Col, Colar, Niklas, Cole, Nichlaes, Coal, Colby, Colter, Colton

Names that rhyme with Colin

Popularity of Colin

Colin was a very popular name in United States. Over 126088 babies have been given the name in 170 years. At its zenith in 2004, the moniker grabbed the 85th spot and 5122 baby boys were given the name. However after 170 years, the name is on free fall on the charts but still going strong on charts. Additionally, the moniker has been in the top 100 baby names 3 times Also, Colin was among the popular names in New South Wales. Since emerging in 1952 around 7440 babies have been given the moniker. At its zenith in 1952, 508 boys were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 22nd position. After 31 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts. Moreover, the moniker has been to the top 50 baby names 17 times

Colin is a common name in Ireland given to over 6646 babies in 56 years. At present the moniker is on a rise, in 1985, the moniker grabbed the 38th spot and 269 baby boys were given the name. Also, Colin used to be a common name in France, first appeared in 1909 and over 5834 babies have been given the name in 73 years. At its zenith in 1999,. However after 73 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts. Also, Colin was a common name in Switzerland. Over 2284 babies have been named Colin since 1998. When at its peak in 2008,. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 21 years. Also, Colin is a common name in Sweden given to over 1651 babies in 7 years. At present the moniker is on a rise, in 2015, the moniker grabbed the 51st spot and 305 baby boys were given the name. Also, Colin used to be a common name in Queensland, first appeared in 1960 and over 2289 babies have been given the name in 28 years. At the peak of its usage in 1967,. After 28 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts.

Colin is a familiar baby name in England and Wales, it has been in use since 1996 and was able to reach the top 400 names. In 1997, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 311 on boy names chart when 79 babies were given the name Colin. Over 1151 babies in England and Wales have been named Colin. Also, in Netherlands, in just 5 years, it has made it to the top 200 names. In 2015, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 181 on boy names chart when 93 babies were given the name Colin. There are over 339 babies that have been given the name Colin in Netherlands. Also, in Belgium, it has been in use since 1995 and was able to reach the top 200 names. In 2000, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 168 on boy names chart when 74 babies were given the name Colin. Over 1071 babies in Belgium have been named Colin. Also, during its short run of just 1 years in Western Australia, it had made it to the top 100 names. In 1932, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 10 on boy names chart when 83 babies were given the name Colin.

Colin is a rare baby name in Western Australia where it may not be used now. However things change on global perspective, Colin is extremely popular in England where every 1 in 300 have the name. Also the baby name is popular in Australia, Scotland, Canada, South Africa, New Zealand, Wales and Northern Ireland. At least, 470000 people globally have carried Colin as their given name according to our research.

YearBoysGirls
RankBirthsRankBirths
20182491472
20172281662
20161962045
20151722421163685
20141402880164685
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Colin in Nordic countries

CountriesMenWomen
First NameSecondary NameFirst NameSecondary Name
Netherlands330860155
Finland3253550

Numerological analysis of Colin

Even if you hate it, you know that opening up to new experiences is good for your soul and personal progress. Your only mistake is that you are trying to prove others you can do it, instead of proving yourself. You are the most sensitive person is what number 11 reveals about your personality. You are all about justice and can't stand people who interfere in other people's lives. Learn how to apologize for your mistakes.

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Namesakes of Colin

    Colin Kapp,
  • Colin Ward, British anarchist writer
  • Colin Tudge, British science writer and broadcaster
  • Colin Davis, English conductor,
  • Colin Morton, Canadian poet
  • Colin McPhee, Canadian composer and musicologist
  • Colin Campbell, Vice Chancellor of the University of Nottingham
  • Colin Macfarquhar, Scottish bookseller and printer
  • Colin Campbell, 6th Earl of Argyll, Scottish nobleman and politician
  • Colin Mackenzie, CB was Scottish army officer
  • Colin Bibby, British ornithologist and conservationist
  • Colin Fletcher, pioneering backpacker and writer
  • Colin Marshall, Baron Marshall of Knightsbridge, British businessman and member of the House of Lords
  • Colin O'Meara, voice actor
  • Colin Gunton, British Reformed systematic theologian
  • Colin Thubron, British travel writer and novelist
  • Colin Carr, British cello soloist, chamber musician
  • Colin Middleton, Irish artist and surrealist
  • Colin Matthews, English composer of classical music
  • Colin Graham, stage director of opera, theatre, and television
  • Colin Murray Parkes, British psychiatrist and the author of numerous books and publications on grief
  • Colin Pal, Hindi film actor, technician, journalist
  • Colin King-Ansell, prominent figure in far-right politics
  • Colin Kirkus, British rock cllimber
  • Colin Mills, British educationalist and writer on children's literature
  • Colin Richardson, British record producer
  • Colin Mackay, poet and novelist
  • Colin Brinded, English snooker referee from 1976 until his death
  • Colin McDougall, Canadian author best
  • Colin Adams, mathematician primarily working
  • Colin Yukes, Canadian rugby player
  • Colin Brown, British film journalist, based in New York City
  • Colin Sharman, Baron Sharman, British chairman of Aviva Group and former chairman of KPMG International
  • Colin Brake, English television writer and script editor best
  • Colin Hickey, Australian speed skater
  • Colin King, New Zealand politician
  • Colin Wood, British musician engaged
  • Colin D. Gibson, Canadian lawyer and politician
  • Colin York, Australian rugby league footballer of the 1920s and 1930s
  • Colin Stanley Gum, Australian astronomer
  • Colin Banks, British designer
  • Colin Maclaurin, Scottish mathematician
  • Colin Turnbull, British-American anthropologist
  • Colin Pillinger, English planetary scientist
  • Colin McGinn, British philosopher
  • Colin Munro MacLeod, Canadian-American geneticist
  • Colin Clark, British and Australian economist and statistician
  • Colin Groves, was Professor of Biological Anthropology at the Australian National University
  • Colin Blakemore, British neurobiologist, specialising
  • Colin Cherry, British cognitive scientist whose main contributions were
  • Colin Dexter, English crime writer
  • Colin Powell, American statesman and a retired four-star general
  • Colin Renfrew, British archaeologist, paleolinguist and Conservative peer noted for his work on radiocarbon dating
  • Colin Baker, English actor
  • Colin Cowdrey, English first-class cricketer
  • Colin Wilson, English writer, philosopher and novelist
  • Colin Firth, English actor,
  • Colin Farrell, Irish actor
  • Colin Chapman, influential English design engineer, inventor

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