Levon is the Armenian form of Leon, a Greek male name meaning “lion”. It’s also a surname derived from the given name.
Origin: Ancient Greek
- Leon (English, German, Polish, Slovene, Croatian, Dutch, Ancient Greek)
- Leontios (Ancient Greek)
- Leontius (Latinized Ancient Greek)
- Leo (Latin, English, German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Croatian)
Meaning: a male name meaning “God is my judge”.
As well as being a given name, Daniel is also a surname from the same source.
Nicknames include Danny/Dannie/Danni and Dan.
- Danilo (Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Slovene, Serbian, Croatian)
- Daniele (Italian)
- Danijel (Slovene, Croatian, Serbian)
- Danyal (Arabic, Persian, Urdu, Turkish)
- Taniel (Armenian)
- Danel (Basque)
- Deniel (Breton)
- Danail (Bulgarian)
- Daniël (Dutch)
- Dániel (Hungarian, Faroese)
- Dánjal (Faroese)
- Taneli (Finnish)
- Daníel (Icelandic)
- Daniels (Latvian)
- Danielius (Lithuanian)
- Daniil (Russian)
- Deiniol (Welsh)
- Danielle (French, English)
- Danièle (French)
- Daniela (Bulgarian, Italian, German, Czech, Slovak, Romanian, Portuguese, Spanish, Macedonian, English)
- Daniella (English)
- Dana (Romanian, Czech, Slovak, German, Hebrew)
- Danijela (Slovene, Croatian, Serbian)
- Daniëlle (Dutch)