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Gender Masculine
Usage Czech, Slovak
Pronounced Pron. SHI-mon(Czech)
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Meaning & History

Czech and Slovak form of SIMON (1).
Feminine FormsSimona, Šimona(Czech) Simona(Slovak)
Other Languages & CulturesXimun(Basque) Siamion(Belarusian) Simeon, Simon(Biblical) Simon, Symeon(Biblical Greek) Shimon(Biblical Hebrew) Simon, Symeon(Biblical Latin) Simeon(Bulgarian) Šimun, Šime, Šimo(Croatian) 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, Simas(Lithuanian) Simon, Sime(Macedonian) Ximeno(Medieval Spanish) Simon, Simen(Norwegian) Szymon(Polish) Simão(Portuguese) Simion, Simon(Romanian) Semen, Semyon(Russian) Simeon(Serbian) Simon(Slovene) Simón, Jimeno(Spanish) Simon(Swedish) Semen, Symon(Ukrainian) Shimmel(Yiddish)
Surname DescendantsŠimon(Czech) Šimon(Slovak)
Same SpellingSimón, Simon (2)
User SubmissionSímon
Czech Republic: December 22
France: October 23 (as Simon)
Germany: October 28 (as Simon)
Hungary: January 5 (as Simon)
Hungary: October 28 (as Simon)
Slovakia: October 30
Sweden: October 28 (as Simon)
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