What does Sydonia mean?
(female) Sydoan, Sydora, ..
(male) Sydonus, Sydorik, .. Middle name pairings:
Sydonia Sylvie (S.S.), ..
How popular is Sydonia?
Sydonia is an unusual given name for females. Sydonia is an equally uncommon surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. The only prominent related form of Sydonia (not ranked) is Sidonia. Other forms, like Sydonah, are uncommon. Adoption of this form of Sydonia was widespread among parents a century ago (#1390). (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Sydonia is alike in pronunciation to Sadina, Sadona, Sedona, Sedonah and Sedonia. Other recommended names are Adonia, Allonia, Alonia, Ansonia, Antonia▼, Ardenia, Bronia, Donia, Edenia, Eionia, Eudocia, Eudosia, Eudoxia, Fronia, Idania, Idonia, Ionia, Latonia▼, Leonia, Lydia▲, Nydia, Nykolia, Romonia, Sardinia, Savonna, Scotia, Segovia, Selenia, Selodonia, Shadonna, Shania▼, Shiona, Shona, Shonda▼, Shonna, Sidni, Sidnie, Simona, Simonia, Simonina, Simonna (see Simone), Sirenia, Sofia▲, Sofronia, Sohnia, Sonia▼, Sonja▼, Sonya▼, Sydnee▼, Sydney▼, Sydni▼, Sydnie▼, Sylena, Sylina, Sylvia▼, Sylvonna, Sylwia, Symona, Symone, Synda, Synthia, Syrena, Syria, Syvonne, Tonia▼, Valonia, Veedonia (see Vidonia), Vidonia, Wyomia and Zonia. These names tend to be more commonly used than Sydonia.