What does Daron mean?
Daron [daron] as a name for boys (also used as girls' name Daron) has its root in Old English. Daron is an alternate form, with the suffix -on, of Darin (Old English): possibly a variation of Darren (Irish). Daron is also a variation of Deron.
Associated with: old english.
Daron has 1 more related form via Darin, Darren, Deron: Darring.Creative forms:
(male) Damron, Dooron, ..
(female) Daroni, Daronna, .. Middle name pairings:
Daron Lemuel (D.L.), ..
How popular is Daron?
Daron is a somewhat popular first name for men (#1057 out of 1220, Top 87%) and an even more popular last name for both adults and children (#49057 out of 150436, Top 33%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the baby name popularity of Daron for boys. Daron was first listed in 1950-1959 and reached its highest position of #642 in the U.S. during the years 1960-1969, but is not in the list currently. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related boy names. Below is a graphed analysis of the popularity of the boy name Daron and related names. Darren (#541 via latest list), Darryn, Daryn, Deron, Derron, Darron, Darrin, Darin, Darran, Daran and Daren are the popular varying forms of Daron. Other variants, like Derrian, are seldom used. Adoption of these relations of Daron reached its apex 6 decades ago (average #855) and has become significantly diminished since (#1878, 93% less usage), with forms like Darrin becoming somewhat dated.
Daron is alike in pronunciation to Darian, Darien▼, Darion▼, Darrian, Darrien, Darrion▼, Darryan, Darryen, Darwin, Darwon, Darwyn, Derwin, Derwyn, Doran, Dorian▲, Dorien, Dorion, Doron, Dorran, Dorren, Dorrin, Duran, Durwin and Durwyn. Other recommended names are Aaron, Arron▼, Baron, Barron, Barton, Biron, Bron, Cardon, Caron, Dagon, Dajon, Dalan, Dalen, Dalon, Dalton▼, Damen, Dameon, Damon▼, Dan▼, Danon, Danton, Darby, Dargan, Daric, Dario▲, Darko, Darton, Darvin, Davion, Davon▼, Deon, Doroni, Evron, Faron, Farron, Garon, Haron, Haroon, Jaron▼, Jaxon▲, Laron, Larson, Lavon, Lyron, Marlon, Myron▼, Navon, Parson, Saxon, Talon▲ and Taron. These names tend to be less commonly used than Daron.