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Aeson

What does Aeson mean?

Aeson Pronunciation of Aeson [ae-son] as a boys' name is of Greek origin. Unknown meaning. Greek mythology: the father of Jason. Since the name Jason has been so fashionable this name may appeal to some.

Associated with: greek, mythology.

Variations

Aeson has 5 relations via Jason: Jaison, Jasen, Jasin, Jasun and Jayson.

Creative forms:
(male) Abeson, Atson, ..

(female) Aesonna, Aesonne, ..

Middle name pairings:
Aeson Lazarus (A.L.), ..

How popular is Aeson?

Aeson is an uncommonly occurring first name for males and an uncommon last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with similar and related boy names. Popular alternative forms of Aeson (outside Top 2000) are Jaison, Jasen, Jason (#86 from current records) and Jayson (#407). Other forms, like Jasun, are uncommon. These relations of Aeson were popular 5 decades ago (usage of 2.8%) and are now significantly less widespread (usage 0.3%, 89.4%). Jason has historically been the top pick of parents, though Jayson has grown popular as well over time, while versions such as Jason are no longer trendy. Shown below is a study of the ranking of the boy name Aeson and affiliated names. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Jaison, Jasen, Jason, Jayson in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Jason outside U.S.

Similar Names

Aeson is alike in pronunciation to Ahsan, Asen, Aswin, Aswyn, Ehsan, Ihsan, Oisin and Ossin. Other recommended names are Aaron, Abelson, Acton, Addeson, Adison, Admon, Adnon, Adon, Adron, Aeron, Aeryn, Afton, Aimon, Aldon, Aleron, Alison, Allson, Alsdon (see Alston), Alston, Alton, Ammon, Amnon, Amon, Annson, Anso, Anson, Ardon, Arion, Armon, Aron, Arron, Arsen, Aryon, Avon, Aymon, Benson, Bevon, Deion, Dejon, Delon, Deron, Deshon, Devon, Deyon, Dyson, Edson, Elson, Geron, Hewson, Jenson, Jeron, Jevon, Kason, Keon, Kevon, Ledon, Levon, Mason, Nelson, Nevon, Person, Seton, Teron, Tevon, Tyson, Urson and Zenon. These names tend to be more frequently used than Aeson.


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