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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

Brie Larson, American actress born Brianne Sidonie Desaulniers
Sidonie-Gabrielle Cosette, French novelist

Pop Culture References for the Name Sidonie

Aglae et Sidonie, French TV series in the 1960s
Sidonie, character in the opera "Armide" by Jean-Baptiste Lully
Has nickname Stony

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

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