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Quinton is a place name, a surname or a masculine given name.
The place name originates from Old English cwen "queen" or cwene "woman" and tun "farmstead, estate".
The English surname and given name may originate from the English place name Quinton. The French surname Quinton kɛ̃tɔ̃ is a common surname and a former given name. It is a variant form of Quenton kɑ̃tɔ̃, itself from Quentin, Quintin with an usual replacement of the suffix -in (such as in the surnames Quintard, Quintier) by -on, suffix commonly used in the French given names (e. g. Marion, Yvon) and surnames (e.g. Creton, Crinon, Bricon, etc.)
Quinton may refer to:
Quinton Andrews, American football player,
Quinton Boatswain, Montserratian cricketer,
Anthony Quinton, a philosopher,
A. R. Quinton, an English watercolour artist,
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, an American Mixed Martial Artist,
René Quinton, a French naturalist,
Sophie Quinton, a French actress,
In the United Kingdom:
Quinton, Warwickshire (formerly in Gloucestershire),
In the United States:
Quinton Township, New Jersey,