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Just to add to what you have said, it also means 'sword-bearer'. Obviously referring back to the 'knife'.
-- rhenish5  10/23/2005
This name sounds plain weird. I guess I could understand if a sax player wanted to use it, but I wouldn't recommend it.
-- slight night shiver  5/5/2008
I think the name Saxon is amazing and strong! It can be both a boy and a girl's name.
-- Anonymous User  8/24/2008
The name Saxon also means 'Stands with sword'.
-- swordbarrer  8/24/2008
Sounds like a good name for a golden retriever or yellow lab for some reason.
-- number1212  12/18/2008
To me this name sounds almost noble and makes me think of a warrior in the medieval times. I've never met anybody with this name so it makes it more special and unique. I'm not keen on Saxon as a first name so I'm planning on using it as a middle name.
-- Anonymous User  8/1/2009
I hate this name. It makes me think of WASPs. You might as well name your other children White, Anglo, and Protestant. Then I could enjoy some laughter.
-- bananarama  9/18/2009
In the movie Hot Fuzz, the Alsatian police dog is called Saxon.
-- Anonymous User  2/25/2010
Saxon can be a girl name too.
-- Anonymous User  9/19/2010
Saxon Pepper (b. 1986) was a contestant on the 2008 series of Australian "Big Brother". He was a truckdriver and doorman from Adelaide in South Australia. He has a strong passion for conspiracy theories, the paranormal and bigotry.

He is most famous for becoming the toyboy lover of the show's cougar-age host Gretel Killeen after being evicted from the house.
-- keepitreal  1/16/2011
Saxon Sharbino, a young American actress.
-- Anonymous User  1/29/2011
Actor Alex O'Loughlin has a son named Saxon.
-- Anonymous User  1/29/2011
I named my son Saxon, he is now 2. It's a good strong name.
-- Tik  12/1/2014
This is kind of like naming your son Briton, or Irish. Though I guess Frank is an acceptable name (if a little old-fashioned). Definitely not my style, though.
-- erb816  3/9/2015
This is seriously the most WASP-y name I've ever heard. I don't care for it at all.
-- Anonymous User  5/19/2015

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