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Origin Persian, is used as well in the Turkic regions of former Soviet Union. It can very well be given to a girl as well. Pronounced: djan.
-- Yagot  12/7/2005
It is pronounced jaahn. Same as name John.
-- Anonymous User  2/6/2007
This name would be TOTALLY EMBARASSING to have!
-- Taydbug112  4/19/2007
Pronounced: "Djan", "Jan"
-- Can  12/17/2007
I wouldn't use this name; it's spelled the same as the English word "can".
-- Pippin  4/27/2008
Why would you name your kid Can? I just can't get past the English meanings.
-- Akito  5/24/2008
I know it's Turkish, but this is a really ugly name! Just think of all the cruel jokes that Can come out of other kids' mouths, say, "kick the Can". I pity whoever has this name.
-- bananarama  7/12/2008
Can, can, can you do the can-can, can you do the can-can, can you do the can-can?
-- thecookiemonster  2/21/2009
Imagine twins: Can and Will.
-- Likeyeahwhatev  5/2/2009
Not a very good name to have in an English-speaking country, is it? I do like the meaning, though.
-- The_Over_Analyst  8/9/2009
I believe they don't speak English in Turkey, but Turkish. So whatever Can may mean in English shouldn't be a big problem, don't you think?
-- Yippal  9/28/2009
It is pronounced 'JAN/JUN' as in Turkey they pronounce their C's as J's. I've met people with this name so I know this is how is pronounced. The solution if you had this name and were in an English school you could change the 'c' to a 'j' so there'll be no confusion.
-- starz26  3/14/2010
Can Bonomo, a Turkish singer who will represent Turkey in the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest.
-- GG_Rose  5/6/2012
Can Atilla is a Turkish composer and musician.
-- Anonymous User  4/28/2013

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