Amon meaning and origin
Prevailing and Ceaseless Amon has its origin in Greek, Hebrew and Egyptian, Amon means "Faithful Worker, Son of My People, Great, Obscure or The Hidden One" and is bestowed upon baby boys is specifically used in Icelandic, Danish, Hebrew, Norwegian, Finnish and Swedish. Amon is Hebrew cognate of Egyptian Amun = Exalted.
Variants of Amon
View middle names that goes with Amon like Pant, Tygh, Titouan, Inee, Reme,Names that rhyme with Amon
Popularity of Amon
Amon is a familiar baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1882 and was able to reach the top 900 names. In 1887, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 819 on boy names chart when 68 babies were named Amon. Over 2464 babies in United States have been named Amon. The name is an uncommon baby name in still in use in England and Wales. Also, it is uncommon in France, where it has been in use since 2004 and peaked in 2014 when it ranked 3153rd. It also recently appeared in Switzerland baby boy names chart.
Amon is a rare baby name in Belgium and may not be used now since it isn't seen since 2005. But Amon is a popular baby name in Thailand where every 1 in 2000 have the name as well as in, Uganda, Ivory Coast, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi and Kenya. As per our findings, over 190000 babies have been bestowed Amon around the globe.
Amon in Nordic countries
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What numerology tells about Amon?
You are dominant in your circle of friends. Believe it or not, people's stupidity and superficial attitude towards life can inspire you like nothing else can. You are scared of failure and getting hurt by the people you love. Allow yourself to think more freely. You are all about adventure and travel. You encourage people to walk the harder path and fight for what they believe is right. You have no enemies.
Other names similar to Amon
- Dennis - Illustrous and All time favorite Denniss origin is Old Greek bestowed upon both sexes used mostly in Icelandic, Dutch and Swedish, meaning of Dennis is "God of the Vine, Follower of Dionysius or God of Wine"
- Aleksi - The infrequent unisex name Aleksi is used in English, Finnish and Norwegian, Aleksi means "Helper of Man, Defender of Mankind or The Defender" came from Old Greek
- Euphroseena came from Old Greek is used as a girl name, meaning of Euphroseena is "Mirth and Joy". Euphroseena is resultant of Euphrosyne.
- Chiron - Used in German and English atypical, Chiron is used as a gender insensitive name which is rooted from Old Greek, Chiron means "Hand"
- Flip - Used notably in English far-out, Flip is rooted from Old Greek, Flip means "Friend and Horse, Lover of Horses Friend of Horses and Loves Horses" is used as a baby boy name. Flip is short version of Philip.
Namesakes of Amon
- Amon of Judah, 7th-century BC King of Judah who
- Amon Liner, American poet and playwright
- Amon Bazira, Pan-Africanist leader and organiser
- Amon Tobin, Brazilian musician
- Amon Amarth, Swedish melodic death metal band from Tumba
- Amon G. Carter, Amon G. Carter Sr
- Amon Düül, German political art commune formed out of the student movement of the 1960s that became well
- Amon Düül II, German rock band
- Amon Buchanan, former Australian rules football
- Amon Gordon, former American football defensive end of the National Football League
- Amon Simutowe, Zambian chess Grandmaster
Lists having Amon
- Biblical Boy Names
- Boy names beginning with A
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- Danish Boy Names
- Finnish Boy Names
- Norwegian Boy Names
- Swedish Boy Names
- Boy names that ends with -mon
- Baby Names that mean Faithful
- Baby Names that mean Worker
- Baby Names that mean Son
- Baby Names that mean People
- Baby Names that mean Great
- Baby Names that mean Hidden
- Baby Names that mean One