Meaning of Buster
and the Origins of this baby name
The name Buster has the following meaning:
Another nickname, probably from Bud or Biff. Not recommended as a child's name.
It is a male name, suitable for baby boys.
As a baby boy name, Buster is currently not a popular baby name in the USA.
The following chart shows the popularity of the name Buster in the USA, over the past 100 years.
The name Buster is pronounced as bus-tur
The following names are baby names related to Buster and are suitable names for brothers and sisters of Buster: Boys - Antwan
, Girls - Brooklyn
, Both genders - Easter
Popular Variants for the name Buster:
Based on our research, most people would imagine a person with the name Buster to be: A big and tough guy
In one word, you might describe Buster as a(n) "tough
See other "tough" names for boys
The names of some famous persons by the name Buster
(or its variants) are:Pierre Jean Buster Martin
, born on 1 September, a famous cleaner. Pierre Jean Buster Martin's background: Believed to be the United Kingdom's oldest employee at the age of 101, Martin works for Pimlico Plumbers in London as a van cleaner, and notably refused to take a day off on his 100th birthday. Martin also received coverage in the media for fending off an attack from a group of youths in late February 2007; his heroics were cited by the Liberal Democrat leader Sir Menzies Campbell as 'living proof of why people should not be written off once they pass retirement age'. Joseph Francis Buster Keaton
, born on 4 October, a famous actor. Joseph Francis Buster Keaton's background: An Academy Award-winning American silent film comic actor and filmmaker. His trademark was physical comedy with a stoic, deadpan expression on his face, earning him the nickname 'The Great Stone Face' (referencing the Nathaniel Hawthorne story about the 'Old Man of the Mountain'). He has also been called 'The Michelangelo of Silent Comedy'. Buster Bloodvessel
, born on 6 September, a famous singer. Buster Bloodvessel's background: Born Douglas Trendle. An English singer and frontman of the ska revival band, Bad Manners. His stage name (Buster Bloodvessel) was taken from the bus conductor played by Ivor Cutler in The Beatles' 1967 film Magical Mystery Tour.