SIMÓN
GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: Spanish
Meaning & History
Spanish form of SIMON. This name was borne by the South American revolutionary Simón Bolívar (1783-1830).
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VARIANT: Jimeno
FEMININE FORM: Ximena
OTHER LANGUAGES: Ximun (Basque), Simeon, Simon (Biblical), Simon, Symeon (Biblical Greek), Shimon (Biblical Hebrew), Simon, Symeon (Biblical Latin), Simeon (Bulgarian), Šimun, Šime, Šimo (Croatian), Šimon (Czech), 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), Šimon (Slovak), Simon (Slovene), Simon (Swedish), Semen, Symon (Ukrainian), Shimmel (Yiddish)
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