What does Sidonia mean?
Sidonia /si-do-nia/ as a girls' name is pronounced sih-DOHN-yah. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Sidonia is "from Sidon". Sidon was a city in Phoenicia in the Middle East. Saint Sidonius (fifth century) lived and wrote about characters and events during the breakup of the Roman Empire in the West.
(female) Sidona, Sidovia, ..
(male) Sidona, Sidone, ..
How popular is Sidonia?
Sidonia is an uncommonly occurring given name for females. Sidonia is an equivalently unusual surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the birth name popularity of Sidonia for girls. Sidonia reached its apex position of #1357 in the U.S. in the 1880s, but is not found in the list currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Sidonia is pronounced similarly to Sadina, Sadona, Sedona, Sedonah, Sedonia and Sideny. Other recommended names are Adoncia, Adonia, Adoria, Ansonia, Antonia▼, Ardenia, Bronia, Edenia, Eionia, Eldoria (see Eldora), Eudocia, Eudoxia, Filania, Fronia, Idonia, Laudonia, Leonia, Livinia, Nicosia, Nicotia (see Nicosia), Nidia, Nikolia, Odolia, Romonia, Sadia, Segovia, Selenia, Shadonna, Shimona, Shona, Shonda▼, Shonta, Siana, Sidnee, Sidney▼, Sidni, Sidnie, Sidra, Sienna, Signa, Sillia, Silvania, Silvia, Simona, Simone, Simonia, Simonina, Simonna (see Simone), Simonne, Sina, Sindia, Sinnie, Sinthia, Sirenia, Siria, Sivnie (see Sivney), Sofia▲, Sohnia, Sonia▼, Sonja▼, Sydni▼, Sydnie▼, Titania, Tonia▼, Veedonia (see Vidonia), Vidonia, Vidonya (see Vidonia), Viennia and Vitoria. These names tend to be more frequently used than Sidonia.