Colors Related to this Name: Yellow, Orange and Gold
Qualities Related to this Name: Born Leader, Determined
Popularity: This is an semi-popular name in the US. Ranking #2788 in 2013 and #2725 in 2014.
Origin: From Middle English *Saxon, Saxoun, from Old French *Saxoun, Saxon (“Saxon”), from Late Latin Saxonem, accusative of Saxo (“a Saxon”), from Proto-Germanic *Sahsô, probably originally a derivative of Proto-Germanic *sahsą (“rock, knife”), from Proto-Indo-European *sek- (“to cut”). Cognate with Middle Low German Sasse (“someone speaking Saxon, i.e. (Middle) Low German”), Old English Seaxa (“a Saxon”), Old High German Sahso (“a Saxon”), Icelandic Saxi (“a Saxon”), Old English seax (“a knife, hip-knife, an instrument for cutting, a short sword, dirk, dagger”). More at sax.
-A member of an ancient northern Germanic tribe that invaded England, together with Angles and Frisians, about the year 600.
-A native or inhabitant of Saxony.
-Of or relating to Saxony.
-Of or relating to the Saxon language.
-Of or relating to the Saxons.
-The language of the ancient Saxons.
-(Ireland poetic) English/British.
-( male name -comes from the last names language-) of modern usage, from the last name, or directly from the noun Saxon.