SIMONE (2)
GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: Italian
PRONOUNCED: see-MAW-ne   [key]
Meaning & History
Italian form of SIMON
Related Names
FEMININE FORMS: Simona, Simonetta
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), 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), Simón, Jimeno (Spanish), Simon (Swedish), Semen, Symon (Ukrainian), Shimmel (Yiddish)
Popularity
United States  ranked #674 for girls 
England/Wales  - 
Italy  ranked #17 for boys 
Netherlands  -