What does Jaxon mean?
Jaxon /jax-on/ as a name for boys is of Old English derivation, and the meaning of Jaxon is "son of Jack". Jaxon is a variant form, with the suffix -xon, of Jackson (Old English): American President Andrew Jackson.
(male) Jaxonah, Jaxoni, ..
(female) Jaxonna, Jaxonny, ..
How popular is Jaxon?
Jaxon is a rare given name for men. Jaxon is a unique surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Shown below is the birth name history of Jaxon for boys. Jaxon entered the list in 1993 and reached its highest position of #46 in the U.S. in the year 2014. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Shown below is an analysis of the history of the boy name Jaxon and affiliated names. Jack (#41 last year), Jackson (#17), Jacky, Jax (#209), Jaxen (#550) and Jaxson (#85) are the prominent related forms of Jaxon (#46 last year) appearing in the Top 2000. Other variants, like Jacson, are seldom used. These relations of Jaxon were favored by parents in 2013 (usage of 1.9%) and have remained as popular to this day (usage 1.9%). The most trendy boy names among these are Jackson, Jax, Jaxen, Jaxon and Jaxson.
Recommended names are Aaron, Baron, Cadon, Cason▲, Caxton, Dagon, Dalon, Damon▼, Danon, Daron, Davon▼, Dixon, Eamon, Eaton, Faxon, Garon, Hacon, Hadon, Jabin, Jacan, Jacen, Jaco, Jacot, Jadon, Jago, Jailon, Jaison, Jalan, Jalon, Jamon, Jamond, Jan▼, Janan, Janos, Janson, Jaran, Jaren▼, Jarin, Jarod▼, Jaron▼, Jaronn, Jarron, Jaryn, Jasen, Jasin, Jason▼, Jasun, Javan, Javon, Jaylon▼, Jayron, Jayson▲, Jayvon, Jevon▼, Johon, Joron, Jovon, Kadon, Ladon, Lajon, Lakon, Laron, Mabon, Mason▲, Maxson, Nixon▲, Paton, Paxon, Paxton▲, Ramon▼, Saxon, Saxton, Talon▲, Taron and Tavon. These names tend to be more commonly used than Jaxon.