This is such a beautiful alternative to JEANNE and JOANNA and a pretty feminization of JOHANNES that I REALLY enjoy! I'm curious that there's only ONE comment of their personal impression. This name looks so fragile yet SO organic that I might be DITCHING Jean for THIS!

BTW, GIOVANNA is just like this name but ITALIAN.
Teddy01  9/11/2020
Johanne Green, Joy Green. Eva Green's sororal twin.
cziehl  4/18/2016
I don't know why it only says "medieval French", as it is still a common French name, at least in Canada. [noted -ed]
mclairel  4/17/2014
Maybe not so famous, but Johanne Brochmann was one of the singers playing Christine Daaé in "The Phantom of the Opera" in Stockholm.
Caprice  2/24/2010
Johanne Hildebrandt is a Swedish author and journalist. It is not often you see that name in Sweden, but Johanna is very common.
― Anonymous User  12/24/2005
Johanne. I very much like that name. Its sound is like music to my ears. The silk-like melody produced by my mouth when I say it, first caresses my lips, then my ears.
Johanne, Could it be silk that I feel? Or velvet? Or the texture of a rose petal? So smooth and soft to the touch that it permeates my senses?
Johanne, why does that name affect me as it does? Could it evoke all of that on its own? The answers lie in the woman who owns that name. She was destined to give it the significance, beauty and depth it had never had before. And that she does.
The Johanne that I know, is a woman whose eyes I could get lost in...her extremely tempting lips are to me as flower nectar is to a bee, inviting; And they must be as honey is to a humming bird, delicious. Her voice reflects youth, yet paradoxically, her mind is mature.
― Anonymous User  8/26/2005

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