What does Sion mean?
Sion /sion/ as a boys' name is of Hebrew origin. Refers to the fortified hill of pre-Israelite Jerusalem. After the Israelites captured this hill, it became the official residence of king David and other kings. To Christians, Sion is a symbol of heaven.
Sion has 1 variant: Zion▲.Kreatif forms:
(male) Sheaon, Silon, ..
(female) Sionne, Sionney, ..
How popular is Sion?
Sion is an unusual given name for males but a very prominent last name for both adults and children (#39617 out of 150436, Top 26%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Below is a graphed analysis of the popularity of the boy name Sion and related names. The only popular related form of Sion (not in Top 2000) appearing in the Top 2000 is Zion (#255 the previous year). Adoption of this form of Sion was common among parents less than a decade ago (usage of 0.1%) and has remained as widespread to this day (usage 0.1%, ▼4.3%). (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Sion is alike in pronunciation to Chan, Sean▼, Shaan, Shan, Shane▼, Shann, Shaun▼, Shawn▼, Shayn and Shonn. Other recommended names are Adon, Aimon, Alon, Arion, Aron▲, Avon, Biron, Brion, Deion▼, Deon, Dilon, Dion, Dixon, Don▼, Egon, Einon, Eion, Ekon, Eon, Evion, Gidon, Gilon, Huon, Ilon, Ion, Jon▼, Keon, Leon▼, Lidon, Lion, Lon▼, Lyon, Miron, Nixon▲, Odon, Orion▲, Oron, Rion, Ryon, Saxon, Seton, Shimon, Sid, Signe, Sill, Sim▼, Sima, Simen, Simon▲, Simone, Simyon, Sior, Siors, Stian, Sven, Swen, Symon, Syon, Timon, Ton, Toon, Von, Yvon, Zinon and Zivon. These names tend to be more commonly used than Sion.