Gender Masculine
Scripts Семен(Ukrainian) Семён(Russian)
Pronounced Pron. seh-MEHN(Ukrainian)
syi-MYUYN(Russian)
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Meaning & History

Ukrainian form of Simon 1, as well as an alternate transcription of Russian Семён (see Semyon).

Related Names

VariantsSymon(Ukrainian) Semion, Semyon(Russian)
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) Šimon(Czech) 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) Simeon(Serbian) Šimon(Slovak) Simon(Slovene) Simón, Jimeno(Spanish) Simon(Swedish) Shimmel(Yiddish)
User SubmissionsSémen, Semën, Semen

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Entry updated April 25, 2021