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Meaning and Name Origin

Charmion \ch(ar)-mion\ as a girls' name. Charmion's name origins are Old German and English, and the name Charmion means "free man; charm". Charmion is a variant of Carol (Old German): originally a male name, an anglicized form of Carolus (see Charles). Charmion is also a form of Charlotte (Old German); French feminine diminutive of Charles: it was very common in the Middle Ages in France to make a pet form of a name by adding -ot on the end. Charmion is also used as a form of Charmaine (English).


Charmion has 17 variants: Charmain, Charmane, Charmayne, Charmeen, Charmene, Charmian, Charmine, Charmyan, Charmyn, Sharmain, Sharmaine, Sharman, Sharmane, Sharmayne, Sharmian, Sharmion and Sharmyn.

Charmion has 14 more related forms via Carol, Charlotte, Charmaine: Carlin, Chari, Charill, Charleen, Charlie, Charline, Charlita, Charlot, Charma, Charmar, Charmara, Charmese, Charmisa and Charo.


Charmion is an uncommon given name for females. Charmion is also a unique last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)

Below is a charted analysis of the popularity of the girl name Charmion and affiliated names. Popular alternative forms of Charmion (#unlisted) rated in the Top 1000 are Carol, Charleen, Charlie (#229 in 2014), Charline, Charlotte (#10) and Charmaine. Usage of these girl names reached its most widespread during 1930-1939 and has become much less since, with the forms Carol, Charleen, Charline and Charmaine becoming less in vogue. Charlie (#229) and Charlotte (#10) are two of the more fashionable girl names among these, with both names enjoying a rebound in usage. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Carol, Charleen, Charlie, Charline, Charlotte, Charmaine in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Charlie, Charlotte outside U.S.

Similar Names

Charmion is pronounced similarly to Charmiane and Charmin. Other suggested similar baby names are Carmin and Carmon. These names tend to be more commonly used than Charmion.