Given Name JON (2)

GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: English
PRONOUNCED: JAHN  [details]

Meaning & History

Short form of JONATHAN, or sometimes a variant of JOHN.
VARIANTS: Jonty, John, Jonny
DIMINUTIVES: Johnie, Johnnie, Johnny
OTHER LANGUAGES/CULTURES: Deshaun, Deshawn, Keshaun, Keshawn, Rashawn, Rashaun (African American), Gjon (Albanian), Yohannes (Amharic), Yahya, Yuhanna (Arabic), Hovhannes, Hovik, Hovo, Ohannes (Armenian), Xuan (Asturian), Ganix, Ion, Jon, Iban (Basque), Ivan, Yan (Belarusian), Jehohanan, Jehonathan, Johanan, John, Jonathan (Biblical), Ioannes, Ionathan (Biblical Greek), Yehochanan, Yehonatan, Yochanan, Yonatan (Biblical Hebrew), Iohannes, Ionathan (Biblical Latin), Yann, Yanick, Yannic, Yannick (Breton), Ioan, Ivan, Yoan, Ivo, Vancho, Yanko (Bulgarian), Joan, Jan (Catalan), Jowan (Cornish), Ghjuvan, Ghjuvanni (Corsican), Ivan, Ivica, Ivo, Janko (Croatian), Ivan, Jan, Honza, Janek (Czech), Ivan, Jan, Jens, Johan, Johannes, Jon, Jonatan, Jonathan, Hans, Jannick, Jannik, John (Danish), Jan, Johan, Johannes, Jonathan, Hanke, Hanne, Hannes, Hans, Jo, Joop (Dutch), Johano, Joĉjo (Esperanto), Jaan, Johannes, Juhan (Estonian), Jóannes, Jóhannes, Jón (Faroese), Jani, Janne, Johannes, Joni, Jouni, Juhana, Juhani, Hannes, Hannu, Juha, Juho, Jukka, Jussi (Finnish), Jean, Jonathan, Yann, Yoan, Yoann, Jeannot, Yanick, Yannic, Yannick (French), Xoán (Galician), Ioane, Ivane, Vano (Georgian), Jan, Johann, Johannes, Jonatan, Jonathan, Hannes, Hans, Jo (German), Giannis, Ioannis, Yannis, Yiannis, Gianni, Yanni, Yianni (Greek), Keoni (Hawaiian), Yehonatan, Yochanan, Yonatan, Yoni (Hebrew), Iván, János, Jancsi, Jani (Hungarian), Jóhann, Jóhannes, Jón, Jónatan (Icelandic), Yohanes (Indonesian), Eoin, Ionatán, Seán, Sean, Shane (Irish), Gionata, Giovanni, Ivan, Ivano, Gian, Gianni, Giannino, Nino, Vanni (Italian), Johannes, Joannes (Late Roman), Jānis (Latvian), Sjang, Sjeng (Limburgish), Jonas (Lithuanian), Ivan, Jovan, Ivo, Vancho, Vančo (Macedonian), Ean, Juan (Manx), Hann, Jan, Jon, Hankin, Jackin, Jankin (Medieval English), Jehan (Medieval French), Zuan (Medieval Italian), Ivan, Jan, Jens, Johan, Johannes, Jon, Jonatan, Jonathan, Hans, John, Jone (Norwegian), Joan (Occitan), Yahya (Persian), Iwan, Jan, Janusz, Janek (Polish), João, Jônatas, Joãozinho (Portuguese), Ioan, Ion, Iancu, Ionel, Ionuț, Nelu (Romanian), Ioann, Ivan, Vanya (Russian), Juhán (Sami), Giuanne, Juanne (Sardinian), Eoin, Iain, Ian (Scottish), Ivan, Jovan, Ivica, Ivo, Janko (Serbian), Ivan, Ján, Janko (Slovak), Ivan, Jan, Janez, Žan, Anže, Janko (Slovene), Jan (Sorbian), Iván, Jonatan, Juan, Ibán, Juanito (Spanish), Ivan, Jan, Jens, Johan, Johannes, Jon, Jonatan, Jonathan, Hampus, Hannes, Hans, Hasse, Janne, John (Swedish), Yahya (Turkish), Ivan (Ukrainian), Evan, Iefan, Ieuan, Ifan, Ioan, Iwan, Siôn, Ianto (Welsh)
SAME SPELLING: Jón, Jon (1)

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A Song of Ice and Fire characters, Baccano characters, Game of Thrones characters, musicians, short forms, television
Entry updated October 30, 2011