aston etymology

English word aston comes from Old English stunian, Old French estoner (To stun, daze.)

Detailed word origin of aston

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
stunian Old English (ang) (intransitive) To make a loud sound; crash. (transitive) To confound; astonish; stupefy. (transitive) To strike with a loud sound; dash.
estoner Old French (fro) To stun, daze.
stonien Middle English (enm)
astounen Middle English (enm)
astony English (eng) (archaic) To stun, paralyse, astound.

Words with the same origin as aston

Descendants of stunian
astonished astonishing stun
Descendants of estoner
astounding