I like Joanna. It's not bad this spelling, but it's okay. I think it's a misspelled version of Joanna to me.
Also Gascon, Provençal and Languedocian: --- Source: Institut d'Estudis Occitans
Also Croatian:
Also a Bulgarian variant transliteration of Йоанa :
You'll find numerous bearers on social media.
Very nice and pretty.
Sounds beautiful to me...
I like it. I think it’s really pretty and goes well with any age.
Joana Ceddia, a Canadian YouTuber.
Also Basque: --- offer sources
Also Occitan: (Source: Institut d'études occitanes) (Source: Joan de Cantalausa, Diccionari General Occitan a partir dels parlars lengadocians, 2002)
Also rare Croatian usage.
Joana Machado is a Brazilian personal trainer, photographic model and reality television personality, best known for being the winner of the fourth season of the Brazilian version of The Farm. She is also the girlfriend of former Brazilian professional footballer Adriano.
Joana Prado is a Brazilian model and entrepreneur, known for the character Feiticeira ("Sorceress") she portrayed on a television show called H. She appeared in several adult magazine pictorials, including on the cover of the Brazilian issue of Playboy three times. She became famous on H, a TV-show on Rede Bandeirantes targeted at teens that became a huge hit thanks to her and Tiazinha. She had her own segment, which was a game show. Only men could participate on the game show, where incorrectly answered questions resulted in being humiliated by Feiticeira. Examples include waxing his legs or shaving his head. For correct answers, contestants were granted a wish from Feiticeira, such as staying with her alone or playing love games with her (but no sex).
The name Joana was given to 106 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
Joana (1439-1475) was the youngest daughter of King Duarte of Portugal and his wife Leonor. She was Queen of Castile by marriage.
Joana (1452-1490) was the only daughter of KIng Afonso V of Portugal and his wife Isabella. She is a Portuguese saint.
Joana of Portugal (1635-1653), second daughter of King Joao IV of Portugal and his wife Luisa de Guzman.
Pronounced [zhoo-a-na] in Portuguese.
It is pronounced "Joo-ah-nah" and the "J" is pronounced like in French.
Also used in Spanish. It's the feminine version of the less common Joan, which is a variant of Juan. Pronounced Yoh-ah-nah and at times Hoh-ah-nah.
This is also the feminine form of Joan (John in Catalan). Pronounced "zhoo-AH-nuh" or "jaw-AH-nah". [noted -ed]

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