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What does Harmon mean?

Harmon Pronunciation of Harmon as a name for boys is an Old German name, and the meaning of Harmon is "soldier". Harmon is an alternate form of Harman (French, Old German): form of Herman.

ASSOCIATED WITH Har-, -on, soldier (warrior)


VARIANTS Hermon, Hermann, Harmonn, Harmen, Harmann




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How popular is Harmon?

Harmon is an uncommon first name for men but a very popular surname for all people (#399 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Harmon entered the list in 1880-1889 and reached its top rank of #395 in the U.S. then, but is not ranked currently. (2015 BIRTH STATISTICS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Harmon name in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Harmon outside U.S.

Which version is better?

Armin, Harm, Harman, Herman (#1710 LAST YEAR), Hermann and Hermon are the prominent alternative forms of Harmon ranked in the Top 2000. Usage of these relations of Harmon was at its peak a century ago (ADOPTION OF 0.4%) and is now significantly less, with versions like Herman becoming less stylish.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Harmon, Armin, Harm, Harman, Herman in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Hermann, Hermon in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Herman outside U.S.

Similar Names

Suggested similar-sounding names are Aaron, Armon, Bardon, Baron, Barron, Barton, Cardon, Carman, Caron, Carson, Daemon, Daron, Darron, Darton, Darwon (see Darwin), Daymon, Eamon, Farron, Garmin, Garmon, Garson, Garton, Haakon, Haddon, Hadon, Hakon, Halton, Hanson, Harben, Harden, Hardin, Hardon, Harkan, Harken, Harkin, Harlan, Harlen, Harlo, Harlow, Harlyn, Harmonio, Harmony, Haroon, Harun, Haydon, Horton, Jamon, Jarman, Jaron, Jarron, Karman, Karmen, Karson, Larmor (see Larrimore), Laron, Larron, Larson, Maimon, Mardon, Marion, Marlon, Marmeon (see Marmion), Marmion, Marmyon (see Marmion), Marton, Parson, Parton, Ramon, Raymon, Salmon, Talmon, Taron, Taroon, Tarron and Vardon. These names tend to be more commonly used than Harmon.

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