What does Ammon mean?
Biblical: one of the sons of David. Also a place name for a country northeast of the Dead Sea. The Ammonites and the Israelites were frequently at war. The town of Ammam in Jordan is situated in what was Ammon.
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How popular is Ammon?
Ammon is an uncommonly occurring given name for men but a very prominent last name for all people (#11200 out of 150436, Top 7%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Displayed below is the birth name popularity of Ammon for boys. Ammon entered the list in 1880-1889 and reached its peak position of #1001 in the U.S. then, and is currently at #1593. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Amon is the only other popular related form of Ammon (#1593 in 2014) appearing in the Top 2000. These relations of Ammon were at the apex of their popularity in the year 2006 and are somewhat less popular today.
Ammon is pronounced similarly to Aimon, Aimone, Aman, Ameen, Amein, Amin, Amyn, Ayman, Aymeen, Aymon, Eaman, Eamon, Eamonn, Eman, Iman, Wyman, Yamin and Yemin. Other suggested similar names are Aaron, Acton, Admon, Adnon, Adon, Adron, Aeron, Aeson, Afton, Ahmod, Ahron, Aimond (see Aimon), Aldon, Allon, Alon, Alton▼, Ammar, Ammer, Amor, Amos▼, Amyot, Andon▼, Anson▲, Anton▼, Ardon, Arion, Arman, Armen, Armin, Armon, Armond, Armoni, Arnon, Aron▲, Arron▼, Arvon, Aryon, Aston, Auron, Avon, Ayron, Damon▼, Edmon, Jamon, Ramon▼, Simon▲, Symon, Timon and Tymon. These names tend to be more frequently used than Ammon.