Meaning & History
Variant of JENNY
. Before the 20th century this spelling was more common.
VARIANTS: Janelle, Janet, Janey, Janice, Janie, Jen, Jena, Jenn, Jenny, Janae, Janeka, Janel, Janele, Janella, Janessa, Janette, Janis, Jannette, Jayna, Jaynie, Jenae, Jeni, Jenna, Jenni OTHER LANGUAGES: Guenevere, Guinevere, Gwenhwyfar (Arthurian Romance), Jone (Basque), Joanna (Biblical), Ioanna (Biblical Greek), Iohanna (Biblical Latin), Ioana, Ivana, Yana, Yoana (Bulgarian), Joana, Jana (Catalan), Jenifer (Cornish), Ivana (Croatian), Ivana, Jana, Johana (Czech), Johanna, Johanne (Danish), Jana, Janna, Johanna (Dutch), Johanna (Estonian), Janina, Johanna (Finnish), Guenièvre, Jeanne, Jeanette, Jeanine, Jeannette, Jeannine (French), Xoana (Galician), Jana, Janina, Johanna (German), Ioanna (Greek), Johanna, Zsanett (Hungarian), Jóhanna, Jóna (Icelandic), Chevonne, Shavonne, Shevaun, Shevon, Síne, Siobhan, Sinéad (Irish), Ginevra, Giovanna (Italian), Johanna (Late Roman), Janina (Lithuanian), Ivana, Jovana (Macedonian), Jehanne, Johanne (Medieval French), Johanna, Johanne (Norwegian), Janina, Joanna (Polish), Joana (Portuguese), Ioana (Romanian), Yana, Zhanna, Zhannochka (Russian), Jean, Seonag, Sheena, Sìne, Jessie, Sìneag, Teasag (Scottish), Ivana, Jovana (Serbian), Jana (Slovak), Ivana, Jana (Slovene), Juana (Spanish), Janina, Janna, Johanna (Swedish), Gaenor, Siân, Siwan, Siana, Siani, Sioned (Welsh), Gwenhwyfar (Welsh Mythology)
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