What does Keon mean?
Keon /keon/ as a boys' name is pronounced KEE-an. It is of Irish and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Keon is "God is gracious".
Keon▼ has 1 variant: Kian▲.
Related boy name: Keoni.
Keon▼ has 32 more relations via Deon, Ewan, John, Kian: Deion▼, Den, Deonn, Deyon, Dion▼, Ean▼, Eian, Eion, Euan, Euen, Evan▲, Ewan, Ewen, Gian, Iain, Ian▲, Ivan, Iwan, Jan▼, Jean▼, Jehan, Jens, Jian, Johon, Jon▼, Jona, Juan, Kean, Keane, Kiean, Sean▲ and Seann.Kreatif forms: Keonne, Keonni, Keonnu. [more]
How popular is Keon?
Keon is an unusual given name for men but a very prominent last name for both adults and children (#53659 out of 150436, Top 36%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the baby name popularity of Keon for boys. Keon entered the list in 1980-1989 and reached its highest position of #625 in the U.S. in 2002, but is not found in the list currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
John (#26 the previous year), Evan (#58), Ian (#77), Juan (#98), Ivan (#132), Sean (#193), Kian (#494), Jon (#675), Ean (#997), Dion, Deon, Jean, Iain, Ewan, Deion, Jan, Euan and Jens are the popular alternative forms of Keon rated in the Top 1000. Adoption of these relations of Keon was at its apex in 1995 (median #550) and is somewhat less today (#671, ▼27%), with forms like Ean, Deon, Keon, Jon and Jean becoming somewhat dated. Kian, Ian, Evan and Sean are four of the more contemporarily stylish names for newborns in this compilation, and there is a revival in birth name usage for Evan.
Thinking of names?
Keon▼ is alike in pronunciation to Cain▲, Con, Conn, Kahn, Kain, Kaine, Kane▲, Kayne, Keen, Keene, Ken▼, Kenn, Keyne, Khan, Khanh and Quin. Other suggested similar baby names are Alon, Aron▼, Avon, Cleon, Deron▼, Edon, Eon, Eton, Huon, Ion, Ivon, Jevon▼, Kason▲, Keanu▼, Keaton▲, Keer, Kees, Keeton, Kegan▼, Kelan, Keld, Keldon, Kelton▼, Kendon, Kenny▼, Kent▼, Kenyon▼, Keoki, Ker, Kerk, Kern, Kerr, Kevan, Kevion, Kevon▼, Kevron, Kevyn, Keye, Kleon, Knoa, Knoz, Koa, Ledon, Leon▼, Lion, Lyon, Nevon, Odon, Rion, Ron▼, Ryon, Seton, Syon, Teron, Theon, Ton, Toon, Von and Yvon. These names tend to be more commonly used than Keon.