This just looks so unprofessional and silly all at once. Everyone will think of the grocery store.
I don't like Dillon or Dylan.
Dylan is a better spelling.
I'd say it's a pretty solid name. My dad named me after Dillon Precision.
Dillon means De Leon... of leon.. of the lion... French Norman. Dillon coat of arms has a lion as an image.
Personally, I prefer the spelling "Dylan". It pays homage to one of my favourite singers, Bob Dylan, and it has a more intuitive spelling (though I've heard people pronounce Dylan as "die-lan", so perhaps I'm in the wrong here).
In 2018, 18 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Dillon who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 758th most common male first name for living U.S. citizens. In 2018, 2 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Dillon who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 15, 992nd most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
Dillon Francis is an EDM DJ.
This is one of the worst names out there.
Reminds me of pickles.
I think this spelling is more masculine than "dylan". I love the name Dillon James and plan to use it one day.
A very cute name for a young boy, but I think I would have trouble taking it seriously as a name for a grown man.
Dillon is the older spelling (being taken from the surname) so Dylan is the poser. My boyfriend's name is Dillon and he hates it. His sister nicknamed him Dill pickle among other things (if you think about it, you will get it). People are constantly misspelling and mispronouncing his name. The most common issue is that people try to spell it Dylan or Dillion.
GibsonGirl, Dillon and Dylan have no common root, and Dillon is not "older" than Dylan. Dillon is an Irish surname and Dylan is Welsh male given name. I guess Dylan is more legitimate as a given name if you're going by history, but many names have evolved from surnames to become given names and I don't know why people get so angry about it. Language evolves and nothing will stop it except humanity ending.
Haha ... it has dill in it. As you, "You big dill".
It seems like yet another attempt to be "different". Just stick with Dylan.
Dillon means "faithful" (it's my brother's name).
Dylan means "of the sea" (it's my cousin's name).
I prefer Dylan over Dillon, but both are nice names.
I like this name, and prefer the spelling "Dillon" to "Dylan." As said before me, the two names are unrelated.
The name Dillon can be literally translated to "man from the sea."
As was said before Dillon means "faithful". Dylan has to do with the sea. Dillon is usually a surname, Dylan is a first name. Dillon is Irish and Dylan is Welsh. In other words they mean two completely different things with two completely different origins.
Actor Matt Dillon is a famous bearer.
Dillon is an Irish surname (although not Gaelic in origin) which means "loyal and true". It was introduced into Ireland from France during the Anglo-Norman invasion in the 1200s. Dylan is unrelated to Dillon, it is a first name of Welsh origin.
Means "faithful".

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