Gender Masculine
Scripts Ἰωνάθαν(Ancient Greek)

Meaning & History

Form of Jonathan and Jehonathan used in the Greek and Latin Old Testament.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesJehonathan, Jonathan(Biblical) Yehonatan, Yonatan(Biblical Hebrew) Jonatán(Biblical Spanish) Jonatan, Jonathan(Danish) Jonathan(Dutch) Jonathan, Johnathan, Johnathon, Jon, Jonathon, Jonny(English) Jonty(English (British)) Joonatan(Estonian) Jónatan(Faroese) Joonatan(Finnish) Jonathan(French) Jonathan, Jonatan(German) Yehonatan, Yonatan, Yoni(Hebrew) Jonatán(Hungarian) Jónatan(Icelandic) Ionatán(Irish) Gionata(Italian) Jonatan, Jonathan(Norwegian) Jonatan(Polish) Jônatas(Portuguese (Brazilian)) Jónatas(Portuguese (European)) Jonatan(Spanish) Jonatan, Jonathan(Swedish)
Entry updated May 29, 2020