Gender: Masculine

Usages: Turkish

Meaning: Turkish form of JASON.

(Information from name #185997 originally submitted by user Lucille)
Gender: Masculine
Usages: Romanian, Georgian
Pronunciation: Yah-Son
Meaning: Romanian and Georgian form of Jason

(Information from name #312427 originally submitted by user CaptainAmericaRocks)
Iason is also the modern Georgian form of Jason. [noted -ed]

In Georgian, Iason is written as: იასონ.
Here are some sources that back this up:

- (in Georgian)
-|by=%E1%83%98 (in Georgian)
- (in Georgian; scroll down to the entry for Iason)
- (general): (lists only bearers living in Georgia)
- You can also find a good amount of bearers on Facebook. Here are some examples of bearers that I found on there (for privacy reasons, I will refrain from directly linking to their profiles):

• Iason Astama.dze
• Iason Berua.shvili
• Iason Khunda.dze
• Iason Lobjani.dze
• Iason Nadira.dze
• Iason Nemsa.dze
• Iason Nod.ia
• Iason Pavleni.shvili
• Iason Purijamia.shvili
• Iason Talaxa.dze
• Iason Tura.shvili

NOTE: all of these people have a public profile, i.e. apparently they do not mind being searchable and googleable.

A notable bearer of this name is the Georgian alpine skier Iason Abramashvili (b. 1988), who participated in the 2010 Winter Olympics: (in English)
Where the hell are people getting the idea this name is pronounced YAH-son? Where in Iason is there a Ya sound?

The correct pronunciation of Iason (Ιασων) is ee-ah-son.
Pronounced "yah-sawn".

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