Gender Masculine
Scripts Симѡнъ(Church Slavic)

Meaning & History

Old Church Slavic form of Simon 1.

Related Names

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) Semen, Semion, Semyon(Russian) Simeon, Simo(Serbian) Šimon(Slovak) Simon(Slovene) Simón, Jimeno(Spanish) Simon(Swedish) Semen, Symon(Ukrainian) Shimmel(Yiddish)

Entry updated November 20, 2020