The name Brantin holds its origin in Old English, and the meaning of Brantin is ‘broom settlement’, ‘gorse settlement’, ‘sword town’, or ‘fire town’. The name originated in the British and is considered the variant of the Old English name ‘Branton’. It is the name mostly used by people who follow the Christian religion. The name ‘Brantin’ is found to be used as a surname with about 84% and the first name with about 16%. As a surname, this name is used in two countries, namely Germany and Sweden. Between 1880 - 1920, the Brantin families were founded in the United States. Virginia State had the highest population of Brantin families in the United States in 1880. As a first name, it is often used in the United States. This name is rarely used in other countries. Brantin is not popular and was not among the Top 2000 popular names.