I have the same problem like others that share the same name, which in my life, I've only came across one, so me and her make 2. It's not hard to write nor pronounce but; here we are talking about folks saying it wrong and adding an extra A. Whats up with that. Lol.
LadiJOhnna  3/30/2021
A little bit better than Johna.
Amy.B  3/25/2021
What's the point of the extra n? Really?
My name is Johnna... Pronounced John-na, not John-a. There really is a difference.
JohnnaKay  6/16/2020
My name is Johnna.
I don't see how it's a hard name to pronounce but nobody seems to be able to the first time they come across it. Except for people in the UK, I lived over there for 8 years and not once did anyone ever mispronounce it.
I don't share it with many people, so it's very unique. I love my name!
JohnnaKay  6/16/2020
Hmmm the extra 'n' somehow makes it better than Johna.
― Anonymous User  5/18/2020
Terribly put together, and what even is the point of that other N? It's not like it makes the name any better.
kayisforkeen  10/13/2018
John ha? This name sounds like the name of a loser who dresses like a Granny. It's okay to have feminine forms of names but John? Nope... too ugly! Plus John is already a boring name.
Curious me  10/4/2018
This name sounds nice, but it looks a bit artificial.
― Anonymous User  1/12/2018
The name Johnna was given to 39 girls born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/16/2016
It's okay, but I prefer Gianna. It's pronounced the same, but unfortunately some people don't understand Italian pronunciation and say it gee-AH-na.
― Anonymous User  6/9/2013
The problem with Gianna is that it's pronounced "JAHN-nah", not "JOHN-ah" as Johnna should be.
angolmois  11/22/2015
What other feminine forms of John are there?! Joan and Johanna? You don't need to be so mean, I think this name is actually pretty.
― Anonymous User  2/9/2013
This has got to be the ugliest feminization of John. It sounds so forced.
bananarama  9/20/2008
My name is Johnna, and let me tell you, it is VERY true that people mess it up to no end. Going to Starbucks can drive me insane sometimes. And first days of school. Teachers are supposed to be smart, right? You'd think they could just pronounce a name right. Haha.
johnuhh  7/1/2008
Pretty name, but I prefer Gianna.
jasmineenimsaj  2/28/2008
My mother's name is Johnna, and it suits her. She used to think her name meant "beloved", but now, thanks to this site, she knows otherwise! However, many people pronounce her name as "Jo-Hanna", and it annoys her to no end.
Writer_13  3/16/2007
One of my friends has this name and she loves it. She is a very strong and determined person and this unique name fits her well. As is the case for all names, it becomes annoying when it is misspelled or pronounced incorrectly.
― Anonymous User  1/5/2007

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