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GenderFeminine
UsageBasque

Meaning & History

Basque feminine form of JON (1).
Masculine FormsGanix, Ion, Jon
Other Languages & CulturesLashawn African American Joanna Biblical Ioanna Biblical Greek Iohanna Biblical Latin Ioana, Ivana, Yana, Yanka, Yoana Bulgarian Joana, Jana Catalan Ghjuvanna Corsican Ivana Croatian Ivana, Jana, Johana, Janička Czech Johanna, Johanne Danish Jana, Janna, Johanna, Janneke, Jantine, Jantje Dutch Jane, Janessa, Janice, Jean, Jeanne, Joan, Joanna, Johanna, Johnna, Shauna, Shavonne, Shawna, Sheena, Janae, Janeka, Janelle, Janet, Janey, Janie, Jayna, Jayne, Jeana, Jeane, Jeanie, Jeanna, Jennie, Jenny, Johna, Seanna, Shevaun, Shevon English Johanna Estonian Janika, Janina, Johanna Finnish Jeanne, Johanne, Jeannette, Jeannine French Xoana Galician Jana, Janina, Johanna German Gianna, Ioanna, Yanna, Nana Greek Johanna Hungarian Jóhanna, Jóna Icelandic Chevonne, Shavonne, Shevaun, Shevon, Síne, Siobhán Irish 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 Russian Giuanna Sardinian Jean, Seona, Seonag, Sheena, Sheona, Shona, Sìne, Jessie, Teasag Scottish Ivana, Jovana Serbian Ivana, Jana, Janka Slovak Ivana, Jana Slovene Juana Spanish Janina, Janna, Johanna, Jannicke, Jannike Swedish Ivanna, Yana Ukrainian Shan, Siân, Siwan Welsh
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Entry updated October 20, 2016