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Means "faithful".
― Anonymous User  5/7/2005
Dillon is an Irish surname (although not Gaelic in origin) which means "loyal and true". It was introduced into Ireland from France during the Anglo-Norman invasion in the 1200s. Dylan is unrelated to Dillon, it is a first name of Welsh origin.
― Anonymous User  8/26/2005
The name Dillon can be literally translated to "man from the sea."
― Anonymous User  7/20/2006
As was said before Dillon means "faithful". Dylan has to do with the sea. Dillon is usually a surname, Dylan is a first name. Dillon is Irish and Dylan is Welsh. In other words they mean two completely different things with two completely different origins.
― Anonymous User  10/25/2006
Dillon means "faithful" (it's my brother's name).
Dylan means "of the sea" (it's my cousin's name).
UnicornMacMac  5/25/2009

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