What does Eamon mean?
Variant of Edmund. The Gaelic forms are Éamon(n) and Éaman(n). Irish President Éamon de Valera.
Affiliated boy name: Emmons.more]
How popular is Eamon?
Eamon is an unusual given name for males. Eamon is also an unusual last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Below is a graphed analysis of the popularity of Eamon and corresponding names. Edmond and Edmund are the popular variation forms of Eamon (outside Top 1000) appearing in the Top 1000. Other forms, like Eumann, are uncommon. Adoption of these forms of Eamon was more pronounced during the years 1900-1909 (average #216) and has become significantly less since, with versions like Edmund becoming less trendy. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Thinking of names?
Eamon is pronounced similarly to Aimone, Aman, Amin, Ammon, Amyn, Ayman, Eman, Iman, Wyman, Yamin and Yemin. Other recommended similar baby names are Aaron▲, Baron, Beamon, Camron▼, Canon, Daemon, Dagon, Daimon, Dajon, Dalon, Damion▼, Damon▲, Damyon, Danon, Davon▼, Eaden, Ean▼, Eann, Eaton, Eatton, Edson, Efron, Egmont, Eilon, Einon, Ekon, Eldon▼, Elon, Eon, Ermin, Eron, Esmond, Eton, Eynon, Faxon, Garmon, Garon, Hadon, Haimon, Haron, Jalon, Jamon, Jaron▼, Javon▼, Jaxon▲, Kadon, Kaemon, Kamdon, Kanon, Kason▲, Ladon, Lakon, Laron, Macon, Mason▲, Paton, Ramon▼, Salmon, Samson▲, Saxon, Talon▲, Tamson, Taron and Tavon▼. These names tend to be more commonly used than Eamon.