PRONOUNCED: HWAH-nah [key]
Meaning & History
Feminine form of JUAN
. This name was borne by Juana the Mad, a 16th-century queen of Castile.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Tajuana (African American), Jone (Basque), Joanna (Biblical), Ioanna (Biblical Greek), Iohanna (Biblical Latin), Ioana, Ivana, Yana, Yoana (Bulgarian), Joana (Catalan), Ivana, Žana (Croatian), Ivana, Jana, Johana, Janička (Czech), Johanna, Johanne, Hanne (Danish), Jana, Janna, Johanna, Janneke, Jantine, Jantje (Dutch), Jane, Jean, Jeanne, Joanna, Johanna, Johnna, Shauna, Shavonne, Shawna, Janae, Janeka, Janelle, Janessa, Janet, Janey, Janice, Janie, Jayna, Jayne, Jeane, Jeanie, Jennie, Jenny, Johna, Seanna, Shevaun, Shevon (English), Johanna (Estonian), Janina, Johanna (Finnish), Jeanne, Jeannette, Jeannine (French), Xoana (Galician), Jana, Janina, Johanna (German), Ioanna, Nana (Greek), Johanna (Hungarian), Jóhanna, Jóna (Icelandic), Chevonne, Shavonne, Shevaun, Shevon, Síne, Siobhan (Irish), Giovanna, Gia, Gianna, Giannina, Giovannetta, Vanna (Italian), Johanna (Late Roman), Janina (Lithuanian), Ivana, Jovana (Macedonian), Jehanne, Johanne (Medieval French), Johanna, Johanne, Hanne (Norwegian), Janina, Joanna (Polish), Joana, Joaninha (Portuguese), Ioana (Romanian), Zhanna, Ivanna (Russian), Jean, Sìne, Jessie, Teasag (Scottish), Ivana, Jovana (Serbian), Jana (Slovak), Ivana, Jana, Žana (Slovene), Janina, Janna, Johanna, Jannicke, Jannike (Swedish), Siân (Welsh)
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