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Sidonie

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Latin
"from Sidon "

Sidonie Origin and Meaning

The name Sidonie is a girl's name of French, Latin origin meaning "from Sidon ".
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.

Well-used in France, Sidonie ranks in that country's Top 400.

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Sidonie Popularity

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Lists containing Sidonie

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Famous People Named Sidonie

  • (SidonieGabrielle) Colette, French novelist
  • Brianne Sidonie Desaulniersbirth name of American actress Brie Larson
  • Sidonie of PoděbradyDuchess consort of Saxony and Margravine consort of Meissen; daughter of George of Poděbrady, King of Bohemia
  • Sidonie "Sid" GoossensEnglish harpist
  • Sidonie of SaxonyDuchess of Brunswick,Lüneburg; Princess of Calenberg,Göttingen
  • Sidonie of Bavariadaughter of Duke Albert IV of Bavaria,Munich
  • Sidonie de la Houssaye (born Hélène Perret)American French language writer
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Sidonie in Pop Culture

  • Sidoniegoose in French animated series "Aglaé et Sidonie"
  • Sidoniecharacter in the opera "Armide" by Jean,Baptiste Lully
  • Sidonie "Sido" de Villeduvalcharacter in "The Red Necklace" by Sally Gardner
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