Of Greek origin.
Means “foreign voice”.
From the Greek words “ξένος”, xenos, meaning “foreign, guest, strange”, and “φωνή”, phone, meaning “voice”.
Xenophon, known as Xenophon of Athens, was a Greek historian and soldier.
He was a student of Socrates.
He participated in the expedition led by Cyrus against his brother King Artaxerxes II of Persia and wrote one of the foundational works of military history and political philosophy “The Anabasis of Cyrus”.
Alternative forms of the name are: Xeno, Zennie.