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 surname and given name may originate from the English place name Quinton or from the Old French given name Quentin or Quintin, from the Latin Quintinus, diminutive of Quintus meaning "the fifth".
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
In the United Kingdom:
- Quinton, Birmingham
- Quinton, Northamptonshire
- Quinton, Warwickshire (formerly in Gloucestershire)
In the United States:
- Quinton, Alabama
- Quinton Township, New Jersey
- Quinton, Oklahoma
- Quinton, Virginia
- Quinton, Saskatchewan
Other articles related to "quinton":
... Wayne Quinton (born 1921) was a developer of over thirty biomedical devices ... Quinton received a degree in biomedical technology from the University of Washington in 1959 ... Among Quinton's inventions was a shunt with Belding Scribner and David Dillard that allowed for repeated kidney dialysis procedures on an individual ...
... Quinton is a small unincorporated community in New Kent County, Virginia, United States ... Osborn Landing Ozenic Plum Point Poplar Grove Potaucao Providence Forge Putneys Mill Quinton Slaterville Tallysville Tunstall Walkers Waterloo White House White Oak Landing Wrights Corner Coordinates 37°32 ...
... Quinton Somerville, an English professor and scientist who worked with Professor Berger in the past, arrives in Vienna for an award ceremony and learns that Professor Berger ... that Ruth is set to attend is forced to transfer her, the Quakers enrol her into Quinton's University ... and clever Verena Plackett, who has ambitiously set her sights on Quinton ...
... Quinton co-founded the Aero-club de France ... Quinton worked with Paul Doumer, André Michelin and Paul Painlevé ... Quinton was a member of a Parisian group of literary personalities called the "Forty-five," who honoured achievements in literature, sciences and arts ...
... Year Race Track Distance (m) Jockey 1982 STC Tea Rose Stakes Rosehill 1400 R.Quinton 1982 VRC Carbine Club Stakes Flemington 1600 R.Quinton 1983 AJC ...