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Gender: F Meaning of Sidonie: "from Sidon " Origin of Sidonie: Latin

Sidonie is an appealing and chic French favorite that is starting to attract some American fans as a fresher alternative to Sydney. Also spelled Sidony, Sidonie was the birth name of the French novelist Colette.

In the old form Sindony, it was a common name in Tudor period England, the 'n' being dropped in the seventeenth century, leading to Sidony, Sidonie and Sidney.

Popular in France, Sidonie now ranks at Number360.

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Famous People Named Sidonie

(Sidonie-Gabrielle) Colette, French novelist
Brianne Sidonie Desaulniers, birth name of American actress Brie Larson
Sidonie of Poděbrady, Duchess consort of Saxony and Margravine consort of Meissen; daughter of George of Poděbrady, King of Bohemia
Sidonie "Sid" Goossens, English harpist
Sidonie of Saxony, Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg; Princess of Calenberg-Göttingen
Sidonie of Bavaria, daughter of Duke Albert IV of Bavaria-Munich
Sidonie de la Houssaye (born Hélène Perret), American French language writer

Pop Culture References for the Name Sidonie

Sidonie, goose in French animated series "Aglaé et Sidonie"
Sidonie, character in the opera "Armide" by Jean-Baptiste Lully
Sidonie "Sido" de Villeduval, character in "The Red Necklace" by Sally Gardner
Nickname: Stony

Sedona, Sidaine, Sidanni, Sidelle, Sidoine, Sidona, Sidonae, Sidonia, Sidony, Sydona, Sydonah, Sydonia, Syndonia

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