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Origin: Uzbekistan
Region Origin: Central Asia

Jaxon is a boy's name with British origins, meaning "son of Jack". It is a modern variation of the classic title Jackson, which has its roots in English and Old Greek. The name has gained popularity in recent decades, entering the top 1,000 baby names in 1997 and consistently remaining in the top 50 since 2013. The origin of Jaxon can be traced back to the Biblical name John, whose nickname is Jack. This gives the variation of Jaxon to its more common name, Jackson. The name has evolved over time, with several different spellings, such as Jaxson, Jaxxon, and Jacksen, each sharing the same meaning. The modernized spelling of Jaxon has a young, trendy, and cool feel, making it a popular choice for young boys.

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