ŠIMON
GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: Czech, Slovak
Meaning & History
Czech and Slovak form of SIMON
Related Names
FEMININE FORMS: Simona, Šimona (Czech), Simona (Slovak)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Ximun (Basque), Simeon, Simon (Biblical), Simon, Symeon (Biblical Greek), Shimon (Biblical Hebrew), Simon, Symeon (Biblical Latin), Simeon (Bulgarian), Šimun, Šime, Šimo (Croatian), Simon (Danish), Siemen, Simon, Siem (Dutch), Simon (English), Simo (Finnish), Simon (French), Siemen (Frisian), Simon, Simoni (Georgian), Simon (German), Shimon (Hebrew), Simon (Hungarian), Simone (Italian), Simonas (Lithuanian), Simon, Sime (Macedonian), Ximeno (Medieval Spanish), Simon, Simen (Norwegian), Szymon (Polish), Simão (Portuguese), Simion, Simon (Romanian), Semen, Semyon (Russian), Simeon (Serbian), Simon (Slovene), Simón, Jimeno (Spanish), Simon (Swedish), Semen, Symon (Ukrainian), Shimmel (Yiddish)
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