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Meaning of the Name Leon

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The first name Leon is of Greek, French, Russian, Spanish, German, Latin origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Greek: A Variant of Leo: Lion
French: Lion - Like
Russian: Lion (Leonid,Lev)
Spanish: Lion
French: Lion. The Lion is a Figure in Art and Religious Symbolism of Many Cultures; Symbolizing Kingliness and Grandeur and Courage
German: Lion. The Lion is a Figure in Art and Religious Symbolism of Many Cultures; Symbolizing Kingliness and Grandeur and Courage
Latin: Lion

Similar Names

Lean | Leane | Leman | Len | Lena | Lenn | Lenno | Lennon | Lenny | Leone |

Related Names

Beatrice  (Shakespearean)
'Much Ado About Nothing' Niece to Leonato
Caer Llion  (Welsh)
From Caerleon
Caerleon  (Arthurian Legend)
Name of a Battle Site
Cleon  (Greek)
Famed; Famous; Illustrious
Cleon  (English)
From the Cliff
Cleon  (Shakespearean)
'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' Governor of Tharsus
Cleone  (Greek)
The Mythological Daughter of a River God
Cleonie  (Irish)
From the Greek Cleone: Daughter of a River God
Desiree  (French)
Desired. The One Desired. Famous Bearer: Napoleon Bonaparte's Mistress
Dionyza  (Shakespearean)
'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' Wife to Cleon
Eleonora  (Italian)
Shining Light. Variant of Helen
Eleonora  (Swedish)
Light
Eleonore  (French)
Shining Light. Variant of Helen
Eugenie  (French)
A Feminine Form of the Greek Eugene. Famous Bearer: Napoleon Iii's Wife, the French Empress Eugenie
Gilleonan  (Scottish)
Servant of St. Adomnan; Derived from the Gaelic Gille Adhamhnain (Servant of St. Adomnan). (G1l-0-nan)
Gliona  (Irish)
From the Greek Cleone, Daughter of a River God
Hermione  (Shakespearean)
'The Winter's Tale' Queen to Leontes
Hero  (Shakespearean)
'Much Ado About Nothing' Daughter to Leonato
Josephine  (French)
May Jehovah Add. Addition (To the Family). A Feminine Form of Joseph. Famous Bearer: French Empress Josephine, Wife of Napoleon Bonaparte
Kayleon  (Hebrew)
Loveable
Len  (English)
Abbreviation of Leonard
Len  (German)
Diminutive of Leonard: Hardy Lion or Lion-bold. St Leonard is the Patron Saint of Prisoners. Famous Bearers: American Composer/Conductor Leonard Bernstein; Italian Renaissance Artist/Scientist Leonard
Len  (Native American)
Flute (In Hopi Indian), Short for Leonard
Lenn  (English)
Abbreviation of Leonard
Lennart  (Swedish)
Swedish Form of Leonard 'Lion'
Lennell  (English)
Abbreviation of Leonard
Lennie  (English)
Abbreviation of Leonard
Lenny  (German)
Diminutive of Leonard: Hardy Lion or Lion-bold. St Leonard is the Patron Saint of Prisoners. Famous Bearers: American Composer/Conductor Leonard Bernstein; Italian Renaissance Artist/Scientist Leonard
Lenny  (English)
Abbreviation of Leonard
Lenora  (Spanish)
From the Name Leona
Leona  (Latin)
Lion (Leola, Leone)
Leona  (Latin)
Lioness
Leona  (French)
Lion; Lioness. Feminine of Leon
Leona  (French)
Like a Lion
Leona  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Leon: a Variant of Leo: Lion
Leonaldo  (Teutonic)
Lion
Leonard  (Teutonic)
Lion-strong, Strong-willed, Ruthless, Intolerant
Leonard  (German)
Bold Lion (Lee, Leon, Leonid, Lionel, Lyon, Lyonel)
Leonard  (Teutonic)
Lion
Leonard  (German)
Hardy Lion or Lion-bold. St Leonard is the Patron Saint of Prisoners. Famous Bearers: American Composer/Conductor Leonard Bernstein; Italian Renaissance Artist/Scientist Leonardo Da Vinci (In Italian
Leonard  (German)
Like a Lion
Leonard  (French)
Lion-bold
Leonarda  (Greek)
Light
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