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Gender: Female Meaning of Idony: "renewal" Origin of Idony: Norse

The name Idony is a girl's name of Slavic, Norse origin meaning "renewal". Idony and is often added to lists like Goddess Names for Babies and discussed in our forums with posts like "Quick Question Thread?!".

From the experts:

Idony was the Norse goddess of spring and eternal youth, and variants of her obscure name could come under consideration with the rest of the fashionable I pack.

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Famous People Named Idony

Pop Culture References for the name Idony

Idony St. Clair, a blind umbrella-wielding lass in "The Silver Eye", a webcomic by Laura Hollingsworth
In use in medieval England, as a vernacular form of Idonea. Both Idony and Idonea stem from the Old Norse Idunn, literally probably 'perform love' (or possibly 'to love again'), the Norse goddess of spring and immortality.

Iduna, Idun, Idone, Idona, Idonna, Idonie, Idunna, Idonah

Idony's International Variations

Idony (Slavic) Idonia (Spanish) Idonea (Scottish)


Hero_Phoebus Says:


pronounced eye-don-nee?

fromtheocean12 Says:


It looks too close to "irony" for me

Hydra Says:


I honestly can´t decide if I like Idony or Idonia better,and I don´t like Idony as a nickname....

Floris Says:


I really like it. It reminds me of Sidonie, just with a nicer meaning :)

Yara Says:


I like the nickname Donny.

sydicus Says:


This name is actually kind of cute. Idk if I'd use it on a child though...