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Dejohn

What does Dejohn mean?

Dejohn Pronunciation of Dejohn [de-john] as a boys' name has its root in American. Dejohn is an alternate spelling of De- (American).

Variations

Dejohn has 10 different relations via De-: Dejon, Dejuan, Deleon, Delon, Deloran, Demond, Deron, Desean, Devaun and Devonn.

Creative forms:
(male) Dejohnney, Deusjohn, ..

(female) Dejohnia, Dejohnna, ..

Middle name pairings:
Dejohn Jakari (D.J.), ..

How popular is Dejohn?

Dejohn is a rare first name for males but a very popular surname for both adults and children (#16119 out of 150436, Top 11%). (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related boy names. Shown below is a study of the ranking of the boy name Dejohn and affiliated names. Prominent alternative forms of Dejohn (not ranked) ranked in the Top 2000 are Desean (#1846 from current records), Deron, Demond, Dejuan and Dejon. Other forms, like Delon, are uncommon. These forms of Dejohn reached the height of their popularity in 1997 (average #1141) and are now much less common, with the version Demond becoming somewhat outmoded. (2015 Birth Statistics)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Dejon, Dejuan, Demond, Deron, Desean in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Dejohn and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Dejohn is alike in pronunciation to Dajohn, Dajon and Dejuwan. Other recommended names are Daemon, Dagon, Dajuan, Dalon, Damon, Danon, Davonn, Deacon, Deakin, Dean, Deccan, Deecon, Deegan, Deekon, Deen, Deion, Dekohta (see Dakota), Dekota, Dekwan, Dekwohn (see Daquan), Delfin, Delmon, Delos, Delphin, Delron, Delton, Delvon, Delwin, Delwyn, Demyan, Den, Denman, Deon, Deonn, Dequan, Derren, Derrin, Derron, Dervon, Derwyn, Deshan, Deshon, Destan, Destin, Deven, Deveon, Devin, Devinn, Devion, Devlen, Devlin, Devlon, Devon, Devron, Dewain, Dewonn (see Dejuan), Dewuan (see Dejuan), Deylin, Deyn, Deyon, Dion, Dixon, Doan, Don, Donn, Doron, Dylon, Dylonn, Dyson, John, Keirohn (see Kyrone) and Tirohn. These names tend to be more commonly used than Dejohn.


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