US Popularity:14629
Other Origin(s):Irish, Latin
Meaning:From County Devon; Little black one; Little poet; Follower of Dionysus
Devion is a gender-neutral name with English, Irish, and Latin connections, acting as a harmonious blend of the names Devon and Dion. From Devon, the name can connect baby to the county of Devon, England, which is rich with historical sights, rolling hills, and other landmarks. Devion may also come from the name Duibhín, meaning “little black one” celebrating baby’s dark features or love for the spooky things. This moniker can also have links to Daimhín, meaning “little poet”—with the spooky tone Duibhín, this can definitely inspire baby to be the next Edgar Allen Poe! Devion also has links to the Latin title Dion, meaning “follower of Dionysus” and connecting your little one to the Greek god of wine and revelry. No matter where baby’s journey in life takes them, Devion can give them plenty of inspiration.

Devion Name Popularity Data

U.S. Births

Overall:Devion is currently #14629 in U.S. births
Boy:Devion is currently #15558 in U.S. births
Girl:Devion is currently #25430 in U.S. births

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in 2001
- 6514
from 1999
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