Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. kho-na-TAN(Spanish)  [key·IPA]

Meaning & History

Hungarian and Spanish form of Jonathan. This is the form found in the Spanish bible, while the unaccented form Jonatan is used as a given name.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesJehonathan, Jonathan(Biblical) Ionathan(Biblical Greek) Yehonatan, Yonatan(Biblical Hebrew) Ionathan(Biblical Latin) 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) Jónatan(Icelandic) Ionatán(Irish) Gionata(Italian) Jonatan, Jonathan(Norwegian) Jonatan(Polish) Jônatas(Portuguese (Brazilian)) Jónatas(Portuguese (European)) Jonatan(Spanish) Jonatan, Jonathan(Swedish)
Same SpellingJónatan


Entry updated December 7, 2022