SIOBHAN
GENDER: Feminine
USAGE: Irish
PRONOUNCED: shi-VAWN   [key]
Meaning & History
Irish form of Jehanne, a Norman French variant of JEANNE.
Related Names
MASCULINE FORM: Seán
OTHER LANGUAGES: Jone (Basque), Ioanna (Biblical Greek), Iohanna (Biblical Latin), Jana (Catalan), Jana, Johana, Janička (Czech), Jana, Janna, Janneke, Jantine, Jantje (Dutch), Jane, Jean, Jeanne, Johnna, Shan, Shauna, Shavonne, Shawna, Sheena, Genette, Jan, Janae, Janeka, Janel, Janele, Janella, Janelle, Janene, Janessa, Janet, Janetta, Janette, Janey, Janice, Janie, Janine, Janis, Janna, Jannah, Jannette, Jannine, Jayna, Jayne, Jaynie, Jeane, Jeanette, Jeanie, Jeanine, Jeannette, Jeannie, Jeannine, Jeni, Jenna, Jenni, Jennie, Jenny, Jessalyn, Jessi, Jessie, Jessye, Johna, Nettie, Seanna, Sheenagh, Shena, Shevaun, Shevon (English), Janina (Finnish), Jeanne, Jeanette, Jeanine, Jeannette, Jeannine (French), Xoana (Galician), Jana, Janina (German), Ioanna (Greek), Zsanett (Hungarian), Jóhanna, Jóna (Icelandic), Johanna (Late Roman), Janina (Lithuanian), Jehanne (Medieval French), Janina (Polish), Zhanna, Zhannochka (Russian), Jean, Sheena, Sìne, Jessie, Sìneag, Teasag (Scottish), Jana (Slovak), Jana (Slovene), Janina, Janna, Jannicke, Jannike (Swedish), Siân, Siana, Siani, Sioned (Welsh)
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