The name Jaxon is of American origin and means "Son Of Jack." The origin is the culture in which the name originated, or in the case of a word--the language in which it most appears.
Jaxon is an alternate spelling of the surname Jackson, which means "Son of Jack." Nicknames include Jax, Jack, and Jay. The use of surnames as given names is more common in the southern regions of the United States. Many babies were named after Andrew Jackson, an American general and president. Lately, it may be having more popularity given Jackson Duggar (19 Kids and Counting). There is a writer known as Jaxon, whose birth name was Jack Edward Jackson. Jackson Browne is a singer whose first name is actually Clyde. Jackson Pollock is an American artist known for his abstract artwork. Jackson Rathbone is an actor best known for the movie series, Twilight.