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Dixon

Origin: Old English

Meaning: “son of Dick”

Variations, Nicknames and Sound Alikes:
Dick, Dickson, Dix

Dixon TV and Movie Quotes:
“Dixon, we’ve been working together for months.”
Alias: Full Disclosure (2004)
“And an extra thanks to Dixon for finding my thesaurus.”
The Weekenders: Dixon (2000)
“And that old Dixon boy. Oh, hell, I always wanted to
kill him myself.” Sling Blade (1996)

Famous people named Dixon or its variations

1. Dixon Voldean Edwards, III (b. 1968), American football pro
2. Dixon Denham (1786-1828), English explorer
3. Dixon Stansbury Miles (1804-1862) US Army officer killed
at the Battle of Harpers Ferry

Personalized Dixon Tees and Gifts

Dixon Middle Names
Dixon Aloysius
Dixon Everett
Dixon Maurice
Dixon Rutherford
Dixon Samuel

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