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Meanings: Lion Brave as a Lion Symbolizing Kingliness and Grandeur and Courage Lion-bold Lion of Naples Form of Leonard Like a Lion Leo Short form of Leonhard (meaning composition of "Lion" and "strong") In addition to the form of Leo (meaning: Leo). In Germany in the 21st century is very fashionable.
Comes from the Latin "leo" Means: "lion" If party on 10 November.. Orderly, logical, ratherLéonare conformists. Diplomats, patients,Léonlike to explain and convince. Léon are good teachers. Calm, methodical, precise,Léonare provided with a strong personality. Talkative, nonchalant, sociable,Léonare connoisseurs who know how to enjoy life. Love of order,Léondo not like the unexpected. These are extraordinary storytellers who love to charm their audience.
Full form of Léon : Literary Opinionated Nonconforming
Expression number of Leon is 1.
Leon loves adventure and independence and possess determination and originality. Leon generally leads and direct others and likes to establishes their individual identity.
Names that rhyme with Leon Famous people named Leon
Léonie Berthonnaud in X.A.N.A. 2.0 as Actress
Leonora Hornblow in Goldwyn: The Man and His Movies as
Leona Helmsley in 1989 as
Jenny Leonhardt in Eloise at Large as Actress
Lili Leon in A la cama con Porcel as Actress
Pinky de Leon in Santa santita as Actress
Leonie Norton in One Life to Live as Actress
Leona Gage in Tales of Terror as Actress
Suzanne Leonard in Under the Rainbow as Actress
Annie Leonard in The Story of Stuff as Names like Leon Leon Namesakes Related Names: Leo Leoba Leobardo Leocadia Leocadio Leoda Leodan Leodbriht Leodegance Leodegario Leodegran Leodegrance Leodhere Leodis Leodore Leodwald Leof Leofa Leofard Leofeca Posts having Leon: Comments :Lucrecia Culton Leon is a male first name. The first name comes from the Greek Λέων ( transliteration : Léon ) and means "lion". The name is particularly common in Greece, Spain and France. In Germany, it was until the early 1990s forgiven little years, but increased in a short time to become one of the most popular first names. From 1999 to 2010 Leon was consistently in the top ten most awarded name for male infants. 2001, 2006 and 2007 respectively, it was ranked number 1 of these statistics. In Poland the name was recorded for the first time about 1265 year lat. inserted Leo and about 1443 year in the form of Leon. Attested also form Len (= Leon), which could also be a diminutive of Lenart.
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