Eamon Farren (b. 1985) is an Australian actor, most known for playing the psychotic Richard Horne on the third season / revival of the TV series "Twin Peaks."
erb816  3/16/2020
The name Eamon was given to 140 boys born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/21/2016
LMS  5/15/2016
The name Eamon was given to 131 baby boys born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/19/2013
As someone has already stated before me, Irish president De Valera spelled his name as Éamon, not Eamon. Therefore, he should not be mentioned in the entry for Eamon - but rather, in a to-be-created entry for Éamon. [noted -ed]
Lucille  4/24/2013
I'm not overly keen on this name, mostly because of Éamon de Valera (his name should have a fada - forward accent - over the first "e"). He blatantly refused to let women fight with weapons during the Easter Rising.
― Anonymous User  3/20/2009
Eamon Sullivan is an Australian Sprint Swimmer. He is the current (as of August, 2008) world record holder for the 50 metre Freestyle and the 100 metre Freestyle.
Scion  8/17/2008
It's not a bad name, but I still associate it with that one hit wonder idiot with his stupid track F**k It. Good thing no one will remember that guy by 2014. I personally think the name is okay with either pronunciation, and it sounds very Irish, not like a Rasta greeting or any silly stuff like that. Actually, the name is rather out of place elsewhere.
slight night shiver  5/22/2008
Ay-muhn? or ee-muhn? Ay-muhn sounds like a Rasta greeting, and ee-muhn rhymes with semen and demon. I prefer Armand. Or even the original, Edward.
leananshae  12/23/2007
The most famous person with this name is the American singer, who is from Irish and Italian descent.
― Anonymous User  8/9/2007
Eamonn Holmes is a roly-poly Irish television presenter. He's like the fat, cuddly uncle everyone wants.
hana  1/27/2006
The single -N variation of the name Eamonn was popularized by Eamon de Valera, the president of Ireland from 1959 to 1973. Born in the US, de Valera "gaelicised" his birth name "Edward" when he returned to Ireland and decided to forgo the second letter -N. [noted -ed]
― Anonymous User  1/14/2006

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