Hamon Meaning - Origin and Names

Hamon Meaning - Origin and Names

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Origin of first name:


Meaning of the name:

Hamon is a male given name of Anglo-Saxon origin.

This is a name derived from Hamlet that comes from Old English hami, meaning "little village".


Hamon is a fairly common French surname. Among the celebrities bearing this surname are French politician Benoît Hamon, the French journalist specializing in police and judicial affairs Alain Hamon, as well as the French author and university professor Philippe Hamon.

His character :

Ambitious and hardworking, Hamon has a strong character! This being of strong temperament has a keen sense of responsibility since his earliest childhood. He is a brilliant boy, but stubborn. Often the first of his class without great effort, he gets tired of the routine and juggles between model behavior and nonsense. With a vivid memory and a great logical sense, he understands things easily and likes to reinterpret them in his own way.


Amon, Amman, Hemon and Common are variants of the name Hamon.

His party :

Hamon is celebrated on December 16, in tribute to the Abbé Hamon de Saint Sulpice.

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