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:
(male) Keont, Keoon, ..
(female) Keina, Kene, ..
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 1970-1979 and reached its highest position of #625 in the U.S. in 2002, and is at #1125 presently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
John (#26 the previous year), Evan (#58), Ian (#77), Juan (#98), Ivan (#132), Sean (#193), Kian (#494), Jon (#675), Ean (#997), Deon (#1029), Jean (#1063), Dion (#1153), Ewan (#1174), Deion (#1327), Gian (#1383), Eian (#1680), Jan (#1787), Euan, Iain, Keoni and Jens are the popular alternative forms of Keon (#1125 the previous year) rated in the Top 2000. Usage of these relations of Keon was at its apex during 1880-1889 (median #1571) and is now significantly diminished (#1021, ▼78%), with forms like Jean becoming somewhat dated. The more fashionable names for newborns in this compilation are Ivan, Kian, Ean, Ian and Evan.
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 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.