Gender Masculine
Usage Czech, Slovak
Pronounced Pron. /ˈʃɪ.mon/(Czech)  [key·simplify]

Meaning & History

Czech and Slovak form of Simon 1.

Related Names

Feminine FormsSimona, Šimona(Czech) Simona(Slovak)
Other Languages & CulturesXimun(Basque) Siamion(Belarusian) Shimei, Simeon, Simon(Biblical) Simon, Symeon(Biblical Greek) Shim'i, Shimon(Biblical Hebrew) Simon, Symeon(Biblical Latin) Simeon(Bulgarian) Šimun, Šime, Šimo(Croatian) Simon(Danish) Siemen, Simon, Siem(Dutch) Simon(English) Siim(Estonian) Simo(Finnish) Simon(French) Siemen(Frisian) Simon(Georgian) Simon(German) Shimon(Hebrew) Simon(Hungarian) Simone(Italian) Simonas, Simas(Lithuanian) Simon, Sime(Macedonian) Ximeno(Medieval Spanish) Simon, Simen(Norwegian) Szymon(Polish) Simão(Portuguese) Simion, Simon(Romanian) Semen, Semion, Semyon(Russian) Simeon(Serbian) Simon(Slovene) Simón, Jimeno(Spanish) Simon(Swedish) Semen, Symon(Ukrainian) Shimmel(Yiddish)
Surname DescendantsŠimon, Šimonová(Czech) Šimon, Šimonová(Slovak)
Same SpellingSimón, Simon 2
User SubmissionSímon

Popularity

People think this name is

classic   mature   formal   upper class   wholesome   refined   simple   serious  

Name Days

Czechia: December 22
Slovakia: October 30
Entry updated November 16, 2019