Aemon meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Hebrew, Greek and Egyptian
Usage: English
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: Faithful Worker, Son of My People, Great, Obscure and The Hidden One
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Neoteric and Unheard-of Aemon specifically is used in English is a boy name came from Egyptian, Hebrew and Greek. Aemon is variant form of eternal and illustrous Amon. Amon is form of Egyptian Amun = Exalted in Hebrew language. Meaning of Amon is The Hidden One, Obscure and Son of My People came from Egyptian, Greek and Hebrew.

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Popularity of Aemon

Aemon is an uncommon baby name in United States where it is still in use. Also, Aemon is a familiar name in Saudi Arabia. At least, 100 people around the globe have been given the name as per our estimate, concentrated mainly in Islamic countries.

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What numerology tells about Aemon?

You are all about adventure and travel. If you have the letter A as your cornerstone, you are a born leader who likes to have control over everything. Instead of running over people on your way to success, you teach them how to find their own path and how to succeed. In order to keep your motivation high, you must interact with people every now and then. There isn't a person you can't charm. You want to shout it out to the world that not everyone has to think or behave the same.

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