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A nickname is Sido, what French writer Colette's mother was called.
prisca  7/9/2006
Not to be racist, but this kind of reminds me of a tourist pronouncing Sydney.
bellaboo  12/29/2006
My great-great grandmother's name was Sidonie Pauline Marie. As she was born in Belgium apparently they used it there as well.
JesseTheGirl  3/12/2007
It looks like a tryndee spelling of Sydney to me.
Skittsie13  12/23/2007
Other variants:
Slovak: Sidónia
Polish: Sydonia
Serbian, Croatian: Sidonija
Russian, Bulgarian: Sidoniya
German, Romanian: Sidonia
Czech, German, Dutch, Swedish: Sidonie
Hungarian: Szidónia
Emilie007  5/28/2008
Colette (1873-1954), the French novelist, was born Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette.
― Anonymous User  9/25/2009
Sidonie (1488-1505) was the daughter of Albert IV, Duke of Bavaria and his wife Kunigunde.
CarolinW  7/18/2012
Pronounced kind of like 'sid-OH-nee' in French.
― Anonymous User  6/18/2013
Rare and dated
Also associated with a goose (the animal) because of some old kid's stories.
luxsword  4/28/2014
Sidonie "Sido" de Villeduval, a character in The Red Necklace, a book by Sally Gardner that takes place right before/during the French Revolution.
circelana  12/18/2015
Sidonie Biemont is a French model and television personality. She was working as a hostess at a tennis match when she served Adil Rami a coffee, and he was instantly smitten. They have been together for five years now and are expecting their first child shortly.
lilolaf  2/22/2017

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