What does Eoin mean?
Eoin [eoin] as a boys' name is pronounced OW-in. It is of Irish, Gaelic and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Eoin is "God is gracious". Irish form of John, by way of Ian, and referring to Saint John. Also Irish form of Sean. It is pronounced similarly to Eoghan and shares with it the anglicized form Owen.
Eoin has 28 more relations via Eoghan, Ian, John, Owen, Sean: Eann, Eian, Eion, Eon, Euan, Evan, Ewan, Ewen, Gian, Iain, Ian▲, Ivan▲, Iwan, Jan▼, Jean▼, Jian, Joao, Jock, Johan▲, Johnn, Johon, Jon▼, Jona, Jovan, Juan, Owain, Owin and Sean▼.Creative forms:
(male) Enin, Eoine, ..
(female) Eoinna, Eona, .. Middle name pairings:
Eoin Dimitri (E.D.), ..
How popular is Eoin?
Eoin is an uncommon given name for men. Eoin is an equivalently unique surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Eoin was first listed in 2001 and reached its apex position of #1873 in the U.S. in the year 2003, but is not found in the list currently. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related boy names. John (#26 in 2015), Owen (#36), Evan (#67), Ian (#76), Juan (#114), Ivan (#138), Sean (#211), Johan (#553), Jon (#737), Ean (#977), Jovan (#1154), Jean (#1190), Gian (#1221), Ewan (#1284), Jan (#1677), Eian, Eoghan, Joao, Iain, Euan and Jock are the prominent related forms of Eoin. Other variants, like Ewen, are seldom used. These forms of Eoin were favored as baby names during the years 1880-1889 (median #1526) and have become much less widespread since (#1066, 74.2% less usage), with forms like John going out of style. The more fashionable names for newborns among these are Owen, Ivan, Ian, Ean and Johan.
Eoin is pronounced similarly to Enne, Euen, Ewin, Ewynn, Wain, Wayn, Win, Winn, Wyn, Wynn and Yann. Other recommended names are Adin, Alin, Bain, Cain▲, Corin, Dain, Eadin, Eban, Eben, Edik, Edin, Edlin, Edvin, Edwin▼, Edyn, Egon, Elan, Eli▲, Elia, Elie, Elis, Eliu, Eljin, Elon, Elvin▼, Elwin▼, Emil▼, Emir, Emlin, Enis, Eran, Eric▼, Erik▼, Erin▼, Eriq, Erix, Ern, Ernin, Ervin▼, Etan, Evin, Evion, Evyn, Ewing, Ezio, Fain, Glin, Godin, Gorin, Gwin, Jovin, Kain, Lin, Lorin, Nolin, Odin▲, Olin▼, Orin, Pain, Rain, Robin▼, Tobin, Torin and Zain▲. These names tend to be more commonly used than Eoin.See names in meaning and etymology.